Cost: $160/kg for 1-5 kg and $145 for 5-50 kg.  For 50+ kg please call for pricing.
Low Grow Meadow Seed Mix
To order, call 1 866 640 8733 or email

The Low Grow Meadow Seed Mix consists of a mix of wildflowers and grasses that will not exceed 4 feet (1.2 metres) in height.  This seed mix performs best in full to part sun, and will thrive in poor, average, and well-drained soils.  This mix will also tolerate drought once established and is suitable for urban naturalization, green roofs, waste spaces, dry field restorations or as a lawn alternative.

(green roofs and urban naturalization)
Apply at 10-15 kg/ha

Common NameSpecies%
Virginia Wild RyeElymus virginicus45
Slender Wheat GrassElymus trachycaulis25
Sand DropseedSporobolus cryptandrus10
Wild ColumbineAquilegia canadensis4
Dwarf Blazing StarLiatris cylindracea4
Virginia Mountain MintPycnanthemum virginianum3
Rough DropseedSporobolus aspera2
Hop SedgeCarex lupulina2
Soft AgrimonyAgrimona pubescens2
Early GoldenrodSolidago juncea1
Poverty Oat GrassDanthonia spicata1
Slender Mountain MintPycnanthemum tenuifolia1


Contact us for pricing and availabilityAdditional Bulk Seed SpeciesWe take great pride in offering a wide selection of native seed for your biodiversity enhancement projects.  Every Wildtype Seed Mix is made with 100% locally sourced native seed.  All bulk seed is derived from true Ontario genotype specimens, scaled up on our farm and processed in-house.

Butterfly MilkweedAsclepias tuberosa
Pale ConeflowerEchinacea pallida
Woodland StrawberryFragaria vesca
BergamotMonarda fistulosa
Grey GoldenrodSolidago nemoralis
Sky Blue AsterSymphiotrichum  oolentangiense
Heart Leaved AsterSymphiotrichum cordifolium
Heath AsterSymphiotrichum ericoides
Smooth AsterSymphiotrichum laeve
Arrow Leaved AsterSymphiotrichum urophyllum
Hoary VervainVerbena stricta

Recommended Non-native Cover Crop Options

Apply at 10kg/ha with Native Low Grow Dry Meadow Mix

Annual Rye GrassLolium multiflorum
White MilletPanicum millaceum
  1. Store seed in a cool dry place until needed.
  2. Prepare seeding area-remove weeds, cultivate and amend as required, pack but avoid smoothing out the soil completely.
  3. Cover with 1/4″ top soil or mulch, or harrow.
  4. Sow in late fall or early spring, avoid summer planting.

To order, call 1 866 640 8733 or email