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Above, pictured are three different links you can click to see our selection of wildflower seed mixtures. Below, are over 1000 individual garden flower seeds and wildflower seeds in all categories. Wildflowers are typically sold in bulk packages ranging from 1/8 lb to 5 lb packages. The garden flower seeds featured below are sold in standard seed packets ranging from ten seeds to several thousand seeds.


Allium Cernuum Seeds

Nodding Pink Onion (Allium Cernuum) - Lovely in any garden or meadow, Nodding Pink Onion, can easily be grown from flower seeds. Allium Cernuum can typically be found on ledges, in dry meadows, gravel, rocky or wooded slopes. Nodding Pink Onion will produce delicate pink flowers in late spring and will bloom throughout the summer. Allium Cernuum is a wonderful addition to any naturalized setting.

Ammobium Alatum Seeds

Ammobium (Ammobium Alatum Grandiflorum) - This is an excellent flower for the cutting garden that can be grown from Ammobium Alatum seeds. It is also called, Winged Everlasting, and is very popular to cut, dry and use as an everlasting.

Asparagus Pea Seeds

Asparagus Pea (Tetragonolobus Purpureus) - Asparagus Pea seeds can grow one of the prettiest vegetables on the face of the earth! It is an herbaceous annual that is native to the Mediterranean region of southern Europe. It is a common spring-blooming wildflower in field and scrub.

Bird of Paradise Flower Seeds

Bird of Paradise (Strelitzia Reginae) - These Strelitzia Reginae seeds produce a very unusual yet prized flower. This seed grows into a long-lasting 4 foot plant, and the Bird of Paradise flower is similar in appearance to a bird's head. The center bloom stalk is 3 feet long and the multicolored bloom is 6 - 8 inches in length.

Bishop's Flower Seeds

Bishop's Flower (Ammi Majus) - Bishop's Flower seeds can be started directly outside and soon will be gracing the flower garden! Bishop's Flower, commonly referred to as Queen Anne's Lace, is a delightful late-spring bloomer with its big flower heads of snowy white that simply cover the plants for weeks!

Blackberry Lily Seeds

Blackberry Lily (Belamcanda Chinensis Freckle Face) - Blackberry Lily flower seed produces an unique eye-catching flower for the garden. The flower has red to black freckled orange blossoms 2 inches in diameter. This perennial is hardy, only requiring a moderate amount of water so it does well in drier, hotter climates.

Blue Daisy Seeds

The Blues Blue Daisy (Felicia Heterophylla Blue) - If blue is one of your favorite colors, you will need to start some of this Blue Daisy seed! The Blues Blue Daisy has a profusion of gorgeous sky-blue flowers that rise above tidy, compact foliage. Blue Daisy Felicia seeds are easy and fast to grow.

Browallia Seeds

Browallia (Browallia Americana) - Easy-to-grow Browallia seeds make a great addition to the summer flower bed! Start the flower seed and add this profuse bloomer to the garden! Browallia Americana thrives in rich, well-drained soil with some added compost.

Bugloss Seeds

Bugloss (Anchusa Capensis Blue Angel) - For some intense blue color, start these Bugloss seeds! Bugloss Anchusa Blue Angel has great vivid ultra-marine blue flowers on plants with a bushy habit making this variety ideal for garden borders and mass plantings.

Bupleurum Seeds

Hare's Ear (Bupleurum Rotundifolium Griffithii) - Bupleurum seeds grow quickly and easily to produce this annual for the cutting garden. Bupleurum adapts well to growing in many environments. For cut flowers, it is an excellent choice for filler in bouquets.

Bur Marigold Seeds

Bur Marigold (Bidens Aurea) - Bidens Aurea seeds grow quickly and easily into a sweet annual that makes a nice addition to the garden. This tall, long-stemmed Bur Marigold shimmers from mid-summer until fall, producing beautiful golden yellow flowers.

Burning Bush Seeds

Burning Bush (Dictamnus Fraxinella) - Burning Bush is an aromatic plant with glossy dark green leaves grown from flower seeds. Spider-like fragrant flowers of carmine-rose appear during the summer months.

Burning Bush Seeds

Burning Bush (Kochia Trichophylla) - Grown from Burning Bush seeds, this feathery bush is pale green in the summer, but then transforms to an intense red in the fall. Kochia Trichophylla Burning Bush is symmetrical and oval in form and makes an outstanding foliage plant.

Butterfly Flower Seeds

Butterfly Flower (Schizanthus x Wisetonensis Angel Wings) - Butterfly Flower seed is rewarding to grow and so attractive to butterflies! Schizanthus Angel Wings is a colorful orchid-like flower mix which stands above attractive fern-like foliage.

Cactus Seeds

Cacti (Cactus Seed Mix) - Growing Cactus seeds is fun and rewarding! Cacti are known to be the ultimate succulent plants, and they add their own unique beauty, dimension and texture to the landscape without requiring much maintenance. Cacti plants are very undemanding perennials.

California Bluebell Seeds

California Blue Bell (Phacelia Campanolaria) - Grown from Phacelia Campanularia seeds, the California Bluebell is native to the deserts of California, and it is known for its vibrant cobalt blue blooms. California Bluebell is one of the few wildflower seeds that can grow into a good cut flower.

Calluna Vulgaris Seed

Heather (Calluna Vulgaris) - Scotch heather, an evergreen ground cover or low shrub for sun, blooms during late summer in various shades of red or pink. Heather thrives in USDA zones 3 to 9. This low-growing shrub definitely demonstrates year-round beauty, whether from its abundant summer blooms or its ever-changing foliage.

Cardinal Climber Seeds

Cardinal Climber (Ipomoea Quamoclit Cardinalis) - Suitable for arbors, trellis, fences, and posts, Cardinal Climber will grow easily from flower seeds, anywhere you choose. Ipomoea Quamoclit Cardinalis seeds will produce this easy-to-care-for vine with red trumpet shaped flowers.

Cardiospermum Seeds

Balloon Vine (Cardiospermum Halicacabum) - Start Balloon Vine seeds for this fun-to-grow tender perennial vine. Cardiospermum Halicacabum Balloon Vine is a woody climbing plant with tendrils that grab structures like a trellis or fence, and the vine produces small white flowers which after time forms the large ornamental seed pods that resemble balloons.

Chenopodium Seeds

Strawberry Spinach (Chenopodium Foliosum Strawberry Sticks) -If you want an easy to easy to grow plant which is quite unique, ideal for the border or patio containers, and produces edible fruits, then Chenopodium Strawberry Sticks is your answer.

Chicory Seeds

Chicory (Cichorium Intybus) - Chicory seeds produce a perennial wild flower that is not only lovely but beneficial as well. Chicory plants grow easily from flower seed in sunny locations and in well-drained or moderately drained soils. Cichorium Intybus plants have clusters of 1 - 3 daisy-like flowers, in brilliant pastel blue, and they prefer medium to higher fertility levels and a pH of 5.5 or greater.

Chinese Houses Seeds

Chinese Houses (Collinsia Heterophylla) - Enjoy planting Chinese Houses seeds and watching this annual wild flower take off and give a lovely display in your cottage garden or wild life garden. Collinisia Heterophylla Chinese Houses are a wild flower that is indigenous to California, but can grow in almost all areas of North America.

Chocolate Flower Seeds

Chocolate Flower (Berlandiera Lyrata) - Start Berlandiera Lyrata seeds to grow this delightful perennial that is especially effective when grown in mass groups. Berlandiera Lyrata Chocolate Flower is unique and will win the admiration of most any gardener!

Christmas Rose Seeds

Christmas Rose (Helleborus Niger) - Christmas Rose seeds can be started to grow this unique ornamental that blooms in the winter. Helleborus Niger Christmas Rose has a rugged, coarse-textured, leathery, shiny green foliage that remains attractive year-round. The plant is stemless, herbaceous and can be used as a ground cover that reaches 12 - 18 inches tall and spreads about the same across.

Cimicifuga Seeds - Ramosa

Cimicifuga (Cimicifuga Ramosa Atropurpurea) - If you enjoy tall, stately, dark perennials with fragrant flower spikes, consider starting Cimicifuga seeds and growing this remarkably beautiful plant.

Cinquefoil Seeds

Cinquefoil (Potentilla Nepalensis) - Start Cinquefoil seeds to grow this charming perennial that is perfect for the cottage garden setting, flower borders or containers. Nepal Cinquefoil is a bright bloomer for long periods of time with its rosy-pink blooms and strawberry-like leaves.

Cladanthus Arabicus Seeds

Palm Springs Daisy (Cladanthus Arabicus) - Start this heavy-blooming annual from Cladanthus seeds in the early spring. Cladanthus Arabicus Palm Springs Daisy can be started from flower seeds directly outdoors in early spring in a prepared seedbed. Palm Springs Daisy plants need full sun and rich soil that drains well.

Clarkia Wildflower Seeds

Clarkia (Clarkia Unguiculata) - Start Clarkia seeds in the spring, directly outdoors in a prepared seedbed, and soon you will have beautiful pastel flowers. Clarkia Unguiculata easily is grown from wild flower seeds in all regions of the United States.

Clematis Seeds

Clematis (Clematis Tangutica) - Clematis seeds produce a wonderful, vining flower that is a long-lived perennial, normally living at least 25 years. The top of the Clematis vine should be exposed to full sunlight with the roots shaded by either a ground cover or a mulch such as bark dust.

Coffea Arabica Seeds

Coffee (Coffea Arabica Nana) - Wouldn't it be nice to grow your own coffee house plant from coffee seeds? Coffea arabica nana is a dwarf bush that makes a very attractive indoor plant with white flowers followed by the fruit.

Corydalis Seeds - Manchu

Corydalis (Corydalis Cheilantifolia Manchu) - This is a wonderful perennial that can be grown from Corydalis flower seed. Commonly called Ferny Corydalis, this 'Manchu' fern-leaved Corydalis is a hardy perennial that produces blooms of bright yellow. It grows about 10 inches tall and the same in width.

Cosmidium Seeds - Brunette

Cosmidium (Cosmidium Burridgeanum Brunette) - Grow these lovely annuals from Cosmidium seeds. These showy flowers are simple and fast to grow. The Cosmidium plant reaches 20 inches tall and produces masses of blooms with distinctive reddish chocolate centers with tips of gold and finely cut foliage.

Cotton Seeds - Levant

Levant Cotton (Gossypium Herbaceum) - A very interesting perennial to grow from Levant Cotton seeds with its multi-colored flowers and cotton pods sprinkled all over. Gossypium Herbaceum cotton, or commonly called Levant Cotton, is a species of cotton native to the semi-arid regions of sub-Saharan Africa and Arabia where it still grows in the wild as a perennial shrub.

Craspedia Globosa Seeds

Billy Buttons (Craspedia Globosa Billy Button) - For gardeners who are looking for rare and new flower varieties to add to their summer display, look no further than Craspedia seeds. Craspedia globosa flower seeds produce a very unique blooming plant that is a perennial wildflower native to New Zealand, Australia and Tasmania.

Crocosmia Seeds

Crocosmia (Crocosmia Paniculata Hybrida) - Crocosmia are a popular and attractive flowering plant. Native to South Africa, Crocosmia are members of the Iris family and are easy to grow from flower seeds. Crocosmia plants grow two to four feet tall in a season.

Dame's Rocket Seeds

Dame's Rocket (Hesperis Matronalis) - Sow Dame's Rocket seeds in the spring for a perennial that will flower profusely. Hesperis Matronalis is commonly called Dame's Rocket or Sweet Rocket, and it will grow anywhere in the U.S. in full sun or light shade.

Diascia Seeds - Pink Queen

Diascia (Diascia Barberae Pink Queen) - Also known as Twinspur, this little gem is an abundantly flowering plant which has a mounding, spreading habit and rose-colored flowers. This popular plant can easily be grown from Diascia seeds and used as a bedding, basket, or container plant. It is commonly grown as an annual but survives as an evergreen perennial where hard frosts do not occur.

Dicentra Eximia Seeds

Fringed Bleeding Heart (Dicentra Eximia) - There are not too many plants grown from flower seeds that have beautiful flowers for the shade garden; however, Dicentra Eximia is a tremendous performer. The leaves are deeply cut, grey green and fern like. The pink flowers are heart shaped with an inner petal that drips from the outer petals creating the appearance that the heart is bleeding.

Eccremocarpus Scaber Seeds

Chilean Glory Vine (Eccremocarpus Scaber Mix) - If you want hummingbirds in your garden, start Eccremocarpus Scaber seeds! Eccremocarpus Scaber Chilean Glory Flower or Glory Vine is a fast-growing, evergreen climbing vine.

False Indigo Seeds

Blue False Indigo (Baptisia Australis) - Native to the United States, False Indigo grows well from flower seeds, and historically the plants used to be in demand for the dye that was made from the blue flowers. This shrub-like hardy perennial is in the pea family and prefers cool climates.

Gaura Seeds

Gaura (Gaura Lindheimeri) - Grow Gaura from flower seeds, and it will add great texture and a graceful loose form to the garden. It's perfect for the border. Gaura is a many-branched flowering perennial that arises from a woody base. It produces 12 - 20 inch flower stalks that have four-petaled flowers, all in a row. They start out white and turn pink with age.

Gayfeather Seeds

Gayfeather (Liatris Spicata) - Grows easily and reliably from Gayfeather seeds, Liatris or commonly called Gayfeather, has dense violet-lavender to rosy purple flower heads, which provide striking vertical form in the perennial wild flower garden.

Gloxinia Seeds

Gloxinia (Sinningia Speciosa Brocade Series) - Sow Gloxinia seeds to produce a beautiful mixture of red, blue, and white blooms. These compact Gloxinia plants blossom four to six months after sowing. They will flower for about 2 months, go dormant for about 2 months, and then begin growing again and start flowering.

Heliopsis Seeds - Summer Sun

Heliopsis (Heliopsis Scabra Summer Sun) - Heliopsis are reliable for their very long season of bloom. Heliopsis seeds are a snap to grow, and soon, the plant will be producing a seemingly never ending supply of cheerful yellow flowers. The 3 inch Heliopsis flowers are on long stems which make them good for cutting.

Heliotropium Seeds - Marine

Heliotrope (Heliotropium Arborescens Extra Dwarf Marine) - Heliotrope seeds produce a richly colored plant with both foliage and blooms that nicely contrast each other. The blooms are not only lovely, but they also have a spectacular vanilla scent!

Hops Seeds

Hops (Humulus Lupulus) - Humulus lupulus, aka hops, is a perennial climber growing to almost 20 feet high at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone 5 and is not frost tender. It is in flower from Jul to August, and the seeds ripen from September to October. Hops are noted for attracting wildlife, pharmaceuticals, and beverage flavoring such as beer.

Horehound Seeds

Horehound (Marrubium Vulgare) - Marrubium Vulgare Horehound can be established from herb seeds and harvested the first year. This woody perennial has hairy stems covered with 2-inch, toothed, downy, gray-green leaves. The leaves have a wooly crinkled appearance. Small, off-white hairy flowers are born in summer on the 8 - 24 inch tall and wide plant.

Illinois Bundleflower Seeds

Illinois Bundleflower (Desmanthus Illinoensis) - Here is an interesting flower that you can grow from Illinois Bundleflower seed. It is actually considered to be a legume so it fixates nitrogen and improves the soil. It is a deep-rooted perennial that is a native throughout the plains and prairies of the United States.

Incarvillea Delavayi Seeds

Hardy Gloxinia (Incarvillea Delavayi Rose) - Hardy Gloxinia is a lovely, showy flower that is excellent for beds and containers. It grows readily from Incarvillea Delavayi seeds and can be wintered over indoors in cold climates. Incarvillea Hardy Gloxinia has dark green, fern-like leaves that accentuate the trumpet-shaped, rosy-purple flowers.

Iris Missouriensis Seeds

Iris (Iris Missouriensis Wild Blue Iris) - Hummingbirds love the blue, showy flowers of the Wild Blue Iris. Grow this perfectly shaped miniature Iris from flower seed for your garden, and enjoy the 3 inch blooms that most often are in shades of blue to violet.

Iris Setosa Seeds

Iris (Iris Setosa Nana) - Grow this beautiful Iris from seeds with purple-violet pedals and dark veins. This variety of Iris is the true dwarf perennial. Its flowers bloom in spring and last a long time.

Ironweed Seeds

Ironweed (Vernonia Fasciculata) - Prairie Ironweed has vivid purple flowers on top of 48 - 72 inch stems. It is easily grown from Ironweed seeds, provides a great bloom for the back of the flower border, and has attractive foliage until frost.

Lace Flower Seeds

Blue Lace Flower (Didiscus Caeruleus) - Grow these gorgeous flowers, perfect for cutting and arrangements, from Lace Flower seeds. The common name of this plant is very much deserved, and it well-describes the general appearance of the large umbels of delicate, pale lavender-blue, lightly sweet-scented flowers.

Lacy Phacelia Seeds

Lacy Phacelia (Phacelia Tanacetifolia) - If you want to bring bees and other beneficial insects to your garden, start Lacy Phacelia seeds. This annual wildflower grows well in hot, harsh desert conditions, but it adapts easily to other environments. The Lacy Phacelia flower spike is light blue-violet and has bees busy all day long, and the foliage is fern-like and lacy in appearance.

Lady's Mantle Seeds

Lady's Mantle (Achemilla Mollis) - Grown from Lady's Mantle seeds, this popular flower is perfect for the garden. With its olive colored, crimped velvety leaves which cup to capture the dew and rain and its frothy sprays of yellow clusters, it is certainly appealing to the eye.

Leadplant Seeds

Leadplant (Amorpha Canescens) - Grow this shrub for the butterfly garden from Leadplant seeds! This shrub-like perennial will reach 24 - 40 inches in height and is usually semi-erect. Lead Plant uses include erosion control, prairie restoration, wildlife and livestock.

Leopard's Bane Seeds

Leopard's Bane (Doronicum Orientale) - Start this bright, sunny spring bloomer from Leopard's Bane seeds. It is an ornamental plant from the Asteraceae family (sunflower family). It is a perennial flower clear down to USDA Zone 3 so it is very hardy and cold tolerant.

Leptosiphon Mix Seeds

Leptosiphon Mix (Leptosiphon Hybrida French Hybrids Mix) - Start Leptosiphon seeds to start these dainty little flowers. Leptosiphon French Hybrids has the synonymous botanical name Linanthus androsaceus. This low-growing annual has fern-like foliage and hundreds of sweet little half inch star-shaped flowers that shine out from the foliage.

Lespedeza Capitata Seeds

Lespedeza (Lespedeza Capitata) - Start Lespedeza seeds for a naturalized landscape setting. Also known as Round-headed Bush Clover, this beneficial flowering plant grows best in full sun and dry conditions. Lespedeza is adaptable to different kinds of soil that contain significant amounts of loam, clay, sand, or rocky material.

Lily of the Nile Seeds

Lily of the Nile (Agapanthus Headbourne Blue) - Starting Lily of the Nile seeds is a great way to grow this lovely perennial! For colder climates, grow Agapanthus Lily of the Nile plants in containers so that they can be brought indoors to winter in a bright, sunny location. Lily of the Nile, also known as African Blue Lily, is a rare and very precious source of blue color for the summer garden.

Luffa Seeds

Luffa (Luffa Cylindrica) - Luffas (also spelled loofah or loofa) are part of the same family as cucumbers, squash, pumpkins and other gourds. Luffa cylindrica is native to India and grown in many other parts of the world.

Malope Mix Seeds

Annual Mallow (Malope Trifida Mix) - Start Malope Trifida seeds and enjoy this colorful annual in your flower beds and borders. The Malope flower is showy with 5 petals and comes in a rich mix of shades. The flowers form on long sturdy stems making them great for cutting.

Mask Flower Seeds

Mask Flower (Alonsoa Warscewiczii Scarlet) - For a stunning display of scarlet red blooms providing a blaze of color from summer through fall, sow Mask Flower seeds! Many people like annual flower seeds for their fast blooming and long bloom time. If this is the case, and you like the color scarlet, then Alonsoa Mask Flower is a good choice for you.

Mentzelia Lindleyi Seeds

Lindley's Blazing Star (Mentzelia Lindleyi) - Start Mentzelia Lindleyi seeds for this fragrant flower. Known as Lindley's Blazing Star, this annual is found in California and Arizona. Mentzelia Lindleyi Blazing Star needs to develop a tap root, so it does best in loose, fast-draining, sandy soils.

Mimosa Pudica Seeds

Sensitive Plant (Mimosa Pudica) - Start Mimosa Pudica seeds to grow this unique plant that will capture your attention and entertain you! This tropical plant responds to physical touch with seismonastic movements, and at night, the leaves will also fold and bend in movements known as nyctonastic movements that are a reaction to the darkness.

Mina Lobata Seeds

Firecracker Vine (Mina Lobata) - Start Mina Lobata seeds for this impressive vine that will attract lots of attention. Mina Lobata vine is a tender perennial that is typically grown as an annual. Mina Lobata has many common names: Firecracker Vine, Fire Vine, Spanish Flag Vine, and Exotic Love Vine.

Moonflower Flower Seeds

Moonflower (Ipomoea Alba) - Grown from Moonflower seeds, this unusual relative of the morning glory opens its flowers at dusk and blooms throughout the night. Plant this fast-growing vine on a porch, near an entrance, or under a window where you can enjoy the evening performance and heady fragrance. The flowers unfold in 2 - 3 minutes - an event worth waiting for!

Ohio Spiderwort Seeds

Ohio Spiderwort (Tradescantia Ohiensis) - A versatile perennial grown from Ohio Spiderwort seeds is one of the few flowers that you can plant in full sun to partial shade depending on what features you like the best. The Ohio Spiderwort plant grows best in light to moderate shade for dark green foliage or in full sun for more flowers.

Ornamental Cabbage Seeds

Ornamental Cabbage (Brassica Oleracea) - Start Ornamental Cabbage seeds to create a colorful bed that is cold tolerant and easy-to-maintain. Ornamental Cabbage uses include edging the flower border or planting in containers for fall and winter interest.

Ornamental Kale Seeds

Ornamental Kale (Brassica Oleracea) - Ornamental Kale provides beautiful ornamental color from early fall well into winter with frilly green outer leaves and pink, white or purple centers. These cold hardy annuals easily establish from Ornamental Kale seeds, and as the rest of the flowers in the garden are dying down, Brassica Kale is just getting started!

Partridge Pea Seeds

Partridge Pea (Cassia Fasciculata) - A versatile annual that is perfect for a naturalized setting or meadow! Grow Partridge Pea seeds for a variety of settings which include, wildlife habitat improvement, erosion control, and to beautify a natural setting with an attractive wild flower.

Passion Flower Seeds

Passion Flower (Passiflora Caerulea) - What an exotic, lovely plant for your garden! Grown from Passion Flower seeds, this vining perennial can grow to 180 inches or more, and it produces large, 4 inch pale blue blossoms. Passion Flower fruit are egg-shaped, orange and edible but not very noteworthy. Passion Flower Vine is native to Southern Brazil and Argentina, and is popular all the way to the southern United States.

Peanut Seeds

Peanut (Arachis Hypogaea) - Start Peanut seeds and enjoy your own harvest of delicious Peanuts! Peanut Plant seeds can be planted directly outdoors for areas with long growing seasons as they need 5 months of warm weather. In areas with short growing seasons, grow Arachis Hypogaea seeds in pots or containers for indoor plants.

Pennyroyal Flower Seeds

Pennyroyal (Mentha Pulegium) - Perfect for the cottage garden, this perennial from the mint family has several benefits. Grown from Pennyroyal flower seeds this creeping plant will root from leaf nodes as it spreads. Attractive whorls of lavender flowers appear in mid to late summer, and they appear above the foliage on sturdy stems.

Pheasant's Eye Seeds

Summer Pheasant's Eye (Adonis Aestivalis) - Start Pheasant's Eye seeds and grow this annual to naturalize a landscape and add some bold color for interest and appeal. The Pheasant's Eye plant, also called Summer Pheasant's Eye, has finely cut leaves from 1 - 2 inches long. It is a mid-summer bloomer with small cup-shaped, dark centered red flowers that are 1/2 - 1 inch wide.

Phoenix Canariensis Seeds

Canary Island Date Palm (Phoenix Canariensis) - This date palm tree originated from the Canary Islands; hence the name. It is hardy down to 20 degrees Farhenheit and will remain a perennial plant in temperatures warmer than that. If temperatures get 20 degrees or below, the Canary Island Date Palm may die or sustain frost damage that is unattractive.

Prairie Clover Seeds - Purple

Prairie Clover (Dalea Purpurea Purple) - Prairie Clover seeds are perfect for a meadow, naturalized setting, slopes, or along road sides. The Dalea Purpurea plant prefers a full sun setting and well-drained soil. Purple Prairie Clover is a unique perennial that features lavender-purple flowers on slender spikes, and bees absolutely love the clover blooms.

Prairie Clover Seeds - White

Prairie Clover (Dalea Candida White) - Start Prairie Clover seeds for an attractive, versatile, native perennial. Prairie Clover plants have pale green foliage with leaves that can vary from 2 - 7 inches in length. Sprouting from this foliage are short spikes of white flowers which are 1 - 3 inches in height and approximately 3/4 inch in diameter.

Ptilotus Exaltatus Seeds

Ptilotus (Ptilotus Exaltatus Joey) - This sun loving pluming flower is a totally new genus from Australia. We have to thank our Australian friends for Ptilotus which thrives in hot, dry conditions. Ptilotus is truly a breeding breakthrough!

Purple Loosestrife Seeds

Purple Loosestrife (Lythrum Salicaria Rosy Gem) - This perennial was introduced to the United States and Canada as an ornamental for wetlands in the 1800s. The Purple Loosestrife flower inhabits reed swamps, margins of lakes and slow-flowing rivers, ditches and marshes. Purple Loosestrife seeds can easily be started outdoors in a prepared seedbed in the early spring.

Rehmannia Angulata Seeds

Chinese Foxglove (Rehmannia Angulata Rosy Purple) - Rehmannia Angulata seeds can be grown as annuals in all climates and as perennials in USDA zones 7 - 11. Commonly referred to as Chinese Foxglove, this beauty does well in full sun or partial shade, and the Chinese Foxglove plants continuously produce large, foxglove-like flowers from late spring through fall.

Rhodochiton Atrosanguineus Seeds

Purple Bell Vine (Rhodociton Atrosanguineus) - Grow Rhodociton Atrosanguineus seeds for an exotic vine that will have everyone's attention! Rhodociton Purple Bell Vine has heart-shaped leaves and dark purple bell-shaped flowers that dangle from thread-like stems.

Rosa Chinensis Seeds

China Rose (Rosa Chinensis Angel Wings) - Start Rosa Chinensis seed and enjoy these lovely China Rose plants. China Rose Angel Wings flower seeds produce a mixture of blooms. The blooms are a mix of singles and doubles and the colors range from shades of rose and pink to white.

Salpiglossis Seeds

Painted Tongue (Salpiglossis Sinuata Velvet Dolly) - Grown from Salpiglossis seeds, this annual is commonly known as Painted Tongue, and it is a native of South America and related to petunias. The Salpiglossis flower is trumpet-shaped and about 2 inches in width, and each flower is rich with velvety color and veins that are painted with a contrasting color.

Scarlet Runner Beans Seeds

Scarlet Runner Bean Mix (Phaseolus Coccineus Mix) - Every gardener should try growing Scarlet Runner Beans seeds. Scarlet Runner Beans have brilliant red flowers that last throughout the summer. This wonderful mix has brown, purple, and red flamed beans as well as white. Flowers are scarlet, white, and bi-color red and white.

Sidalcea Malviflora Seeds

False Mallow (Sidalcea Malviflora Hem's Hybrids) - Sidalcea Malviflora seeds produce lovely flowers that are native to North America. Common names for this plant include False Mallow, Prairie Mallow, Checker Mallow, and Checkerbloom. Prairie Mallow Sidalcea is a beautiful spring blooming perennial found in moist meadows along the coast and inland from Southern Oregon to the Mexican border.

Society Garlic Seeds

Society Garlic (Tulbaghia Violacea) - Start Society Garlic seeds for both an ornamental and a kitchen herb. The Society Garlic plant has a pleasant garlic smell, and the leaves can be chopped like chives and added to salads, soups, and many dishes. Tulbaghia Society Garlic is also a lovely perennial ornamental that blooms for much of the summer.

Solidago Seeds - Goldenrod

Goldenrod (Solidago) - Goldenrod, this perennial is easily propagated from Solidago seeds. This Goldenrod wildflower is very versatile, native to the United States and has many uses such as roadside plantings, providing wildlife with food and habitat, naturalized settings and wild flower gardens.

St. John's Wort Seeds

St. John's Wort (Hypericum Perforatum) - Start St. John's Wort seeds to grow this short-lived perennial. St John's Wort plant is a short, woody shrub that grows about 24 inches tall and has fragrant yellow flowers from mid to late summer. Hypericum St John's Wort was apparently named after John the Baptist, and historically has been used to ward off evil spirits and witches.

Teasel Seeds

Teasel (Dipsacus Sativus) - Growing Teasel from flower seeds is easy to do, and it is a very dramatic plant to have in the back border as it can reach a height of 72 inches. Sometimes called Indian Teasel or Fuller's Teasel, it has comb-like flower heads that were used in the wool industry to bring up the nap in woolen cloth.

Texas Bluebonnet Seeds

Texas Bluebonnet (Lupinus Texenis) - No wildflower is so well known as Texas Bluebonnet. It's easily grown from Texas Bluebonnet seeds, and it can transform a field of little interest into a colorful display of lovely blue wild flowers!

Tidy Tips Seeds

Tidy Tips (Layia Platyglossa) - Grown from Tidy Tips seeds, these daisy-like little annuals are charming and so cheerful! Layia Platyglossa Tidy Tips are a native of California. Tidy Tips wildflowers have 1 - 1 1/2 inch flowers that are bright golden yellow with a distinct, sharp margin of white on the tips - hence their name.

Toadflax Seeds

Toadflax (Linaria Maroccana) - What a spectacular display of colors from Toadflax seeds. This wildflower seed is extremely tiny, but it is easy to grow and very rewarding. Native to Morocco, Toadflax, also called Baby Snapdragon, is an upright, branching annual that typically grows to 9 - 18 inches tall.

Tolpis Barbata Seeds

Umbrella Milkwort (Tolpis Barbata) - Grow Tolpis Barbata seeds for a unique annual that is native to southern Europe, the Mediterranean region, and northern Africa. Known as European Umbrella Milkwort, Umbrella Milkwort, European Milkwort or Yellow Hawkweed, this daisy-like yellow flower was introduced to the United States, and it now grows in the wild in California and other southern states.

Torenia Fournieri Seeds

Wishbone Flower (Torenia Fournieri F2 Hybrids Mix) - Start Torenia Fournieri seeds for annuals that grow equally well in sun or partial shade. The common name for Torenia is Wishbone Flower, and the plants make a compact, upright bush of six to eight inches in height.

Umbrella Plant Seeds

Umbrella Plant (Cyperus Alternifolius) - Grow this unique, tropical plant from Umbrella Plant seeds! Also called the Umbrella Palm or Umbrella Grass Plant, this unusual perennial prefers to be kept wet at all times. In fact, it can grow very well submerged in water.

Ursinia Anthemoides Seeds

Ursinia Anthemoides (Ursinia Anthemoides) - Wherever Ursinia Anthemoides seeds are planted, a lovely eye-catching display of color is guaranteed. The Ursinia flower is native to South Africa. The flowers are brilliant yellow-orange and daisy-like with 2 1/2 inch blooms.

Venus Flytrap Seeds

Venus Flytrap (Dionaea Muscipula Venus Flytrap) - This truly unique plant grown from flower seeds is a carnivorous plant. Yes, that is right, a carivorous plant! It catches its prey, mainly insects and arachnids, with a trapping structure formed by the terminal portion of each of the plant's leaves and is triggered by tiny hairs on their inner surfaces.

Verbascum Seeds - Mix

Verbascum (Verbascum Phoenicium Hybrids Mix) - This free flowering mix grown from Verbascum seeds will give your garden weeks of lovely colors. Commonly called Purple Mullein, this plant has dark green, crinkly leaves and beautiful spikes of papery-thin, round 5 - petaled blooms in shades of white, rose, and violet.

Wallflower Seeds

Siberian Wallflower (Cheiranthus Allionii) - If you are looking for something new to add to your garden that will brighten it up, consider planting Wallflower seeds. The Siberian Wallflower wildflower has vibrant orange flowers on plants that grow to 18 inches high.

Xeranthemum Annuum Seeds

Immortelle Mix (Xeranthemum Annuum Double Mix) - If you enjoy cutting and preserving flowers, Xeranthemum Annuum seeds are a must for your garden. Often called Xeranthemum Everlasting Immortelle, these papery-textured, double daisy flowers are excellent for drying.

Zizia Aurea Seeds

Zizia (Zizia Aurea Golden Alexander) - This short-lived perennial flower has branching, erect, reddish stems and is easily grown from Zizia Aurea seeds. Golden Alexander is noted for its tiny yellow flowers which are less than 1/8 inch long. These tiny flowers form clusters which gather into a large, flat-topped flower head and have the appearance of a lacy doily.

Flower Seed Information:

Annual Flower Seeds: These flowers are those which complete their cpomplete lifecycle in just one growing season. Annual plants flower, produce seeds and die; they do not return to the garden of their own accord. In other words, when you plant a flower seed it grows foliage, then flowers, goes to seed, and then the flower dies. This all happens within one year. Annual flowers typically will bloom from spring until frost season begins in fall. Annual flowers must be replanted each year (unless they are prolific enough seeders that they reseed themselves from dropping their own flower seeds); however, annual flowers are hard to beat in terms of showy, season-long color. Since annuals are available in a wide variety of sizes and colors and only last one year, each year you can pick new and different plants to have a constant change of color and texture. You can also use annual flower seeds as fill-in plants while you wait for perennials to multiply.

Biennial Flower Seeds: These flowers are those which grows from flower seeds its first year and forms foliage, lives over the winter, then finally blooms in the second season. Once it has bloomed and set seed, it dies.

Perennial Flower Seeds: These flowers are those that grow for three or more years from the same flower seed. Perennial plants will bloom, die back, go dormant and return to your garden the next growing season. Bloom season for perennials can be short to long depending on the species. Combining several different types of flowers in your flower graden can yield season-long color. You may even want to add a combination of annual and perennial flower seeds. Perennials require little maintenance and will reward you with blooms year after year. Another benefit of perennial flowers is they multiply, providing you with additional plants over the years for free.

Half Hardy Annual: This term can vary in usage depending on your climate. It generally describes plants that are perennial in warmer climates, but can be grown as annuals in colder climates. These flowers are generally categorized with annuals since they will bloom their first year from flower seed. They are termed "half hardy" because although they can handle frost, they can not survive extremely cold winter weather. If you reside in a cold winter climate, you would not expect these flowers to come back the next year; however, if you live in an area with mild winters, they may even grow as a perennial for you. You may also find these flowers, grown from seeds, survive and overwinter successfully for you one year that is mild, but die off the next year that is harsh.

Tender Perennial: You may see this term used to indicate a perennial flower grown as an annual because it is killed by frost. If you live in a frost free zone, this flower, grown from flower seed, would be perennial for you. If you live where it gets cold enough to frost, it will not survive.