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Yes! You can grow flowers in the sand and gravel used to fill your septic bed without adding topsoil! We have selected the toughest native plants in nature to match these tough growing conditions! Many studies have shown that the roots of these wildflowers do not interfere with septic systems pipes. In fact, wildflowers and native grasses actually absorb the nutrients discharged into septic beds better than turf! This is ecological landscaping at its best!
For step-by-step instructions see our How to Grow a Meadow information pages.
About our Seed Mixes
All of our wildflower seed mixes are designed on a "seeds sown per square foot" ratio of approximately 65% flowers and 35% grasses, this way you'll get exactly the amount of seed you need for the area you wish to grow your meadow. Our seed mixes include written instructions and are ready to plant!
Our Septic Bed Mix contains these wildflowers and native grasses:
Click on the plant's name to see a pop-up photo of it.
|Native Grass Seeds
|Canada Wild Rye
Annual Rye Grass
Please note: All wildflower seed mixes over 1,000 sq. ft. are custom seed mixes. Custom seed mix orders, as they are made specifically for you, cannot be returned.