Pollinator Herb Seed Mixture

Pollinator Herb Seed Mixture

The bees love this mix

Item # 04058-PK-P1
In stock - allow 3-5 business days for order processing prior to shipment.
Item Form (P) Pkt of 100 seeds
Seeds Per Pack 100
Additional Characteristics Bloom First Year, Butterfly Lovers, Edible, Fragrance, Herbs
Light Requirements Full Sun
Uses Beds, Containers, Cuisine

Review Summary
(Based on 4 Reviews)

4.5 star rating
Overall Rating: 4.5 / 5.0


4 star rating
Look nice!
sj.gagli from PA wrote on July 29, 2018

Planted these in hanging baskets. Quick to germinate, some of the plants varieties in the pack are quite pretty, though to the best I can tell, only 1 of them flowers. Pack appears to contain basil, sage, and something else with no discernible culinary value with purple flowers. Haven't seen it attract anything though.

3 star rating
Pollinator Herbs are a Great Idea!
DeAnn from SD wrote on April 03, 2018

I really want to grow a mixture of pollinator friendly herbs.In this mix you get borage, chives, sage, basil, lemon mint, catnip, sweet marjoram, oregano, and creeping thyme. The disappointing part is the 100 seeds are all mixed together making it impossible to know what is what both at sowing time and when they come up. I would so much appreciate if the seeds were in the small wax paper inner envelopes and marked so it would be possible to identify what to grow and know what is what.Thank you for your consideration.

5 star rating
Ordered more!
Karen from NY wrote on July 27, 2017

This is a lovely mix of herbs, germinated quickly, grew well, provided a wide range of choices for the bees and butterflies. I planted them in several places in with my vegetables, and had no unwanted insects. I enjoyed the different textures and fragrances so much that I ordered two more packages.

5 star rating
Basil variety is a true bee magnet! I highly recommend it!
Britton Wilson from FL wrote on August 27, 2016

Here in Jensen Beach Florida, the Basil attracted not only more bees than the usual store bought variety but it attracted my favorite friendly metallic green halictid bees! always a joy to share my garden with these guys, they are fun to watch and photograph and they show up in more numbers than I have ever seen before when this basil is in bloom. Definitely worth collecting the seed from this basil variety and I always make sure I have a specimen in bloom.

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