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2018 Spring Starburst Mix

Flower Name

Seeding Rate

Per Acre

Season

Time Of 

Bloom

Annual
-
Perennial

Color

% By

Weight

Soil Temp

For Germ (°F)

Bachelor Button

4

WarmMarch/MayAnnualBlue8%65°F
Clasping Leaf Coneflower

3

WarmMay/JuneAnnualYellow/Dark Red8%70°F
Mexican Hat2WarmMarch/NovemberPerennialYellow/Dark Red7%65°F

Lemon Mint

3

WarmApril/OctoberAnnualPink/Lavender6%68°F
Blackeyed Susan2WarmMay/NovemberPerennialYellow5%70°F
Blanketflower5WarmJuly/SeptemberPerennialYellow5%70°F
Blue Flax8WarmMay/JunePerennialLight Blue5%65°F

California Poppy

8

CoolFebruary/SeptemberAnnualOrange5%55°F
Corn Poppy (Red)2CoolMarch/JulyAnnualRed5%55°F
Cosmos

15

WarmMay/NovemberAnnualRed/Pink5%65°F
Lanceleaf Coreopsis5WarmMay/AugustPerennialYellow5%65°F
Plains Coreopsis

2

WarmFebruary/DecemberAnnualYellow/Dark Red5%65°F
Scarlet Flax8WarmMay/JulyAnnualRed5%65°F
White Yarrow1CoolApril/JunePerennialWhite5%60°F

Indian Blanket

8

WarmFebruary/DecemberAnnualRed/Yellow4%65°F
Purple Coneflower12WarmMay/JunePerennialPurple4%70°F
Drummond Phlox8CoolFebruary/JuneAnnualRed3%65°F
Purple Prairie Clover3WarmJune/JulyPerennialPurple3%68°F
Scarlet Sage5WarmMarch/DecemberPerennialRed3%68°F
Gayfeather5WarmAugust/DecemberPerennialPurple2%78°F
Tahoka Daisy

5

CoolMay/OctoberAnnualPurple2%55°F
Seeding Rate Per Acre = 8 - 10 LBS ••• Seeding Rate Per One Thousand Square Feet = 1/5 - 1/2 LBS
Always Sow On Freshly Disturbed Soil ••• Seven Times The Diameter Of Any Seed Is The Maximum Depth To Plant The Seed
Plant Fall Mixes September 1 - February 1 ••• Plant Spring Mixes February 1 - June 1


2018 Spring Texas Native Mix

Flower Name

Seeding Rate

Per Acre

Season

Time Of 

Bloom

Annual
-
Perennial

Color

% By

Weight

Soil Temp

For Germ (°F)

Clasping Leaf Coneflower

3

WarmMay/JuneAnnualYellow/Dark Red15%70°F
Lemon Mint3WarmApril/OctoberAnnualPink/Lavender15%68°F

Mexican Hat

2

WarmMarch/November

Perennial

Yellow/Dark Red15%65°F

Blackeyed Susan

2

WarmMay/NovemberPerennialYellow10%70°F
Indian Blanket

8

WarmFebruary/December

Annual

Red/Yellow10%65°F
Plains Coreopsis2WarmFebruary/DecemberAnnualYellow/Dark Red10%65°F
Missouri Primrose

10

WarmApril/AugustPerennialYellow5%70°F
Purple Coneflower12WarmMay/JunePerennialPurple5%70°F
Purple Prairie Clover

3

WarmJune/JulyPerennialPurple3%65°F
Drummond Phlox8CoolFebruary/JuneAnnualRed2%60°F
Gayfeather5WarmAugust/DecemberPerennialPurple2%78°F
Showy Evening Primrose1CoolMarch/JulyPerennialPink2%60°F
Standing Cypress6WarmJune/AugustBiennial Red2%65°F
Tahoka Daisy5CoolMay/OctoberAnnualPurple2%55°F
Butterfly Milkweed10WarmApril/SeptemberPerennialOrange1%70°F
Greenthread

6

CoolFebruary/DecemberPerennialYellow/Dark Red1%60°F
Seeding Rate Per Acre = 8 - 10 LBS ••• Seeding Rate Per One Thousand Square Feet = 1/5 - 1/2 LBS
Always Sow On Freshly Disturbed Soil ••• Seven Times The Diameter Of Any Seed Is The Maximum Depth To Plant The Seed
Plant Fall Mixes September 1 - February 1 ••• Plant Spring Mixes February 1 - June 1


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Our Starburst Mix includes flowers that grow great in Texas, some native and some introduced. If color is the objective, this is the mix.

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Our Texas Native Mix includes only native wildflowers. While still very colorful, these are all native to Texas.

Here (above) is a picture of the old redwood smokehouse with Turner Seed wildflowers around it. The year we used your seed, it was the prettiest patch of wildflowers we ever had. Tour buses from the Hyatt Hotel would stop and let people take pictures. We have also seen pictures of this scene in local galleries and on local magazine covers. It's quite a local tourist attraction and we get to meet lots of nice people who stop by to take pictures. This smokehouse was built by my grandfather in the 1920's.

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​​I was moving it to build a new tractor shed when I got it near the road and stopped for the day. It was spring and there were a few bluebonnets around it and we watched as people stopped to take pictures. So we just decided to leave it where it was and the next year my wife planted wildflowers around it and we got a larger crowd. Each year we have tried different blends, but nothing has given us the spectacular results like your starburst mix. The flowers come in waves and change by the month. Thanks for such great seed. Dennis & Beverly