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Septic Field Mix Seed Packet

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Item #: SF12S03P

Price: $15.95


Septic Field Mix Seed Packet

The native seed in this mix will become plants that help, in some cases, increase transpiration in your septic field. This blend of native grasses and native wildflowers prefers drier soils, with their root systems drawing moisture to help better utilize nutrients. 

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Contains the following species:


Schizachyrium scoparium - Little Bluestem

Elymus canadensis - Nodding Wild Rye

Bouteloua gracilis - Blue Grama


Echinacea purpurea - Purple Coneflower

Gaillardia pulchella - Indian Blanket

Coreopsis lanceolata - Lanceleaf Coreopsis

Heliopsis helianthoides - Ox Eye Sunflower

Ratibida pinnata - Yellow/Grey-Headed Coneflower

Monarda citriodora - Lemon Mint

Liatris spicata - Dense Blazingstar

Solidago rigida - Stiff Goldenrod

Penstemon digitalis - Foxglove Beardtongue

Aster laevis - Smooth Aster

Asclepias tuberosa - Butterfly Milkweed

Rudbeckia hirta - Black-eyed Susan

The native perennials in your mix do require some patience to establish, but for instant gratification consider adding an ounce of any of these quick establishing annuals. They're perfect pollinator plants, too!

Lemon Mint

Indian Blanket

Partridge Pea

Seed packet contains 1 PLS (Pure Live Seed) oz. of seed which is enough to cover 250 square feet.

Detailed instructions on planting your seed packet are provided with purchase.

This mix of native grasses and wildflowers typically grows to a height of 3 to 5 feet. Please note that each site is unique and that several factors can affect overall height. These factors include sunlight, hydrology, and overall soil health.



Flower Color: Green, Purple, Yellow, White, Orange

Height: 3 to 5 Feet

Light Requirements: Full Sun

Soil Hydrology: Dry to Mesic

Bloom Time: Spring through Fall

Plant Type: Annuals/Perennials

Attracts: Birds, Bees, Butterflies, Pollinators