Create Your Own Pollinator Friendly Bee-U-Tify Garden!

Pollinators are important. Your commitment to protecting our environment, economic resources, and recreational lands from noxious weeds does not need to come at the expense of bees, butterflies, and other pollinators.

If you have recently cleared noxious weeds from your property and are wondering what to plant in their place or if you'd like to establish a healthy plant community in a managed area on your property to help prevent noxious weeds from invading at all, request a FREE packet of our Bee-U-Tify seed mix!

This year, we're offering a primarily native blend for the first time. These species, which are primarily biennial and perennial, take more tender loving care to grow but will reward you with longer lives and lovely flowers. As a few of these species are toxic to livestock, so please plant these seeds in managed garden beds where livestock will not have access. Although most the species are native to Washington, the combination of grassland, rangeland, and ornamental species used in the blends do not occur in the wild, so these seeds are intended for yards and gardens only. Please do not scatter them in natural areas. Learn more about our seed mix and how to care for your new Bee-U-Tify garden on our website:

Please note: we are currently running low on seed packets and are in the process of ordering more. We expect our new packets to arrive by the end of March, 2019. If we run out of our current supplies before our new shipment arrives, we will save all requests and fulfill them as soon as we receive the new packets. Thank you!

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* 1. Are you in Eastern Washington or Western Washington?

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* 2. Where should we send your seed packet?

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* 3. How did you hear about our Bee-U-Tify seed program?

Once you submit this form, we will send out your seed packet! It may take 4-6 weeks to arrive in the mail. As with the beautiful flowers you'll get from these seeds, your patience will be rewarded!

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