Bee Lawn Mix
Bee Lawn Mix
Bee Lawn Mix
Bee Lawn Mix
Bee Lawn Mix
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Bee Lawn Mix
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Bee Lawn Mix
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Bee Lawn Mix
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Bee Lawn Mix
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Bee Lawn Mix

Bee Lawn Mix

Regular price
Sale price
Regular price
Sold out
Unit price

Our Bee Lawn Mix is for homeowners that want to plant an eco-friendly lawn alternative, but have height restrictions that would prevent them from planting some of our taller seed mixes. Whether it be urban or suburban, this mix of fescues, clovers and low growing, bee friendly flowers provide foraging, habitat and color to your landscape. Plant it in areas that receive at least 4 hours of sunlight a day.

This isn't a fescue mix with a little flower in it for show. This is a mix designed by the Prairie Guys with diverse flowering plants in your lawn at a dense rate with a direct correlation to support bees and other insects. Perfect for the hobby beekeeper or bee enthusiast! The fescues and clovers typically establish first, with the flowering species like Selfheal, Yaak Yarrow, Creeping Thyme and Blue-eyed Grass filling in over time. 

The average growth of the species in this mix is 6 to 12 inches. It can be mowed if desired, but let it go to get the full flowering effect! The clovers in the mix are legumes, meaning they are nitrogen-fixing and reduce the need for conventional fertilizers.

Our Bee Lawn Mix can handle moderate to heavy foot traffic and can stand up to some pet urine.

Planting Times and Recommendations:

In the spring when daytime temperatures are getting warmer and nights are still cool. This is typically between April and early June. In the late summer cooler days and nights will help the seeds to establish. This is typically late August through September.

Sow the seed into a prepared seed bed, lightly rake it in, and cover the areas lightly with a clean straw. This mix can be over seeded into an existing lawn as well to enhance it and add these species in. If possible, lightly roll the seeded area with a lawn roller or tractor tires to help get good seed to soil contact. Water the seed in at installation and after that if there is no rain in the forecast. Watering in the early mornings and evenings is best. If needed, watering should continue until the plants reach heights of at least 6 inches.

Contains the following species:

Festuca rubra - Creeping Red Fescue (Introduced)

Festuca trachyphylla - Hard Fescue (Introduced)

Trifolium repens - Dutch White Clover (Introduced)

Trifolium hybridum - Alsike Clover (Introduced)

Fescue ovina - Fescue (Introduced)

Prunella vulgaris - Healall - Common Selfheal (Introduced)

Trifolium repens "Pirouette" - White Micro Clover (Introduced)

Achillea millefolium - Yaak - Yaak Yarrow (Introduced)

Thymus serpyllum - Creeping Thyme (Introduced)

Sisyrinchium angustifolium - Blue-eyed Grass

Seed Info

Bulk Lbs. Per Acre Broadcast = 100

Broadcast seeding is the process of sowing seeds by hand. The seeds are sprinkled into the soil and can be lightly raked to ensure germination.

Product Details

Flower Color: Green, White, Pink, Purple

Height: 6 to 12 inches once established

Light Requirements: 4 to 6 hours a day during the establishment phase

Product Code: BLWN03

How To Plant Eco-Friendly Lawn Alternatives

Range Map

Solid Green - Suitable Planting Area

Striped Green -  Can Be Planted. May Require Additional Resources.

Additional resources may include watering or irrigation. 

Bee Lawn Planting Range Map