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Use non-invasive wildflower species that are native to your region. Create splendid meadows that will feed a host of important pollinator species and lay a carpet of color over the landscape. Our five top selling regional blends include:

Pacific Northwest Blend

For south coastal BC and the US coastal northwest, the twenty species include both annuals and perennials.

The Upland Blend

For areas away from the coast and nearer the mountains, this is a great blend for hilly terrain.

The Southern Prairies Blend

This blend of cold-hardy native species is best suited for east of the Rockies to the Canadian Shield.

The Great Lakes Blend

A mix that includes species native to the states and provinces of central North America.

The East Coast Blend

This blend includes species found wild in the Canadian Maritimes, the St. Laurence, and the US northeast.
From the blog

Planting to Attract Predatory Insects

Planting to attract predatory insects is one of the key tactics for pest control in an organic garden system. Insects, like plants, come in all shapes and sizes, and play many different roles in the environment, and in your garden.

Crop Rotation

Crop rotation is the practice of not growing plants where similar plants grew the previous year. This practice prevents the build up of pests and diseases and optimizes the use of soil nutrients.

Compost and Composting

Composting is the process of breaking down organic material. It is one of the basic principles of organic and biodynamic gardening, and has been in practice for a surprisingly long time.

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