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  • Arrowleaf Balsamroot
    Balsamorhiza sagittata

    The sunflower-like blooms of this native wildflower are a welcome sign of spring. Native Americans used the plant for food and medicine. All parts of the plant are edible. It is drought tolerant and a prize in any natural or xeriscape garden.

  • Baby Blue Eyes
    Nemophila menziesii

    Native American wildflower that creates a charming blanket of sky blue flowers in spring. Baby Blue Eyes is a self seeding annual that will grow 4 - 6 inches high, and attract beneficial pollinators and butterflies.

  • Baby's Breath
    Gypsophila elegans

    Show your flowers off spectacularly by planting Baby's Breath among them! These beautiful plants with sprays of tiny white flowers on slender stems compliment many other flowers in the garden. They make great cut flowers, and are easy to grow.

  • Black Eyed Susan
    Rudbeckia hirta

    Delightful native wildflower of the prairie. Easy to grow from seed. Forms a basal rosette the first year and flowers the following year. Attracts pollinators. Native Americans used the root in medicine, though the seeds are poisonous.

  • Bladder Campion
    Silene vulgaris

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  • Blue Flax
    Linum perenne

    Dazzling blue blossoms on graceful stems adorn this beautiful wildflower. It is easy to grow from seed, requires little care, and is drought tolerant. The intense blue flowers create a sensation when they appear in spring and will last until the small rounded seed-heads form in late summer.

  • Blue Sage
    Salvia farinacea

    A riot of beautiful blue hue's from an easy to grow wildflower, and a good choice for beds, edgings, mass plantings, and containers. Blue Sage is easy to maintain, and a magnet for butterflies. Blooms from Late spring till first frost.

  • Butterfly Garden Flower Seeds

    A delightful blend of mixed flowers to attract butterflies, hummingbirds, and songbirds into the garden. Contains fifteen or more specially selected flower varieties. Please see product Page for more details of flower varieties.

  • California Bluebell
    Phacelia campanolaria CALBLU

    Small spring flowers in shades of stunning blue that are a good source of spring nectar for butterflies and bees. They are ideal for dry gardens because they require little water. Great in borders or for natural xeriscape gardens.

  • California Poppy
    Eschscholzia californica

    The bright orange flowers of California poppy make a cheery addition to any garden. Easy to grow, require little care, bloom all spring and summer. Attracts butterflies and beneficial pollinators. Great for xeriscape gardens.

  • Chamomile Roman
    Chamaemelum nobile

    An ancient and delightful medicinal herb grown for Chamomile tea, a gentle skin tonic, and an aromatic lawn. Easy to grow and a beneficial groundcover. Cold Hardy Perennial which returns every year. Do not sow on a windy day!

  • Chinese Forget Me Not
    Cynoglossum amabile

    Abundant sprays of clear blue flowers on 12”–24” stems compliment all the other colors in the garden! Easy to grow and requires no special maintenance. A charming biennial that will happily self-seed without becoming invasive.

  • Cornflower Tall Blue
    Centaurea Cyanus TBlue

    Beautiful flowers in stunning shades of blue. Grows in all zones as an annual. This variety is perfect for cut flowers that last long! Can also be dried and keep their color well. Butterflies find them irresistible, and the flowers are edible!

  • Cornflower Tall Pink
    Centaurea Cyanus TPink

    Beautiful flowers in stunning shades of pink. Grows in all zones as an annual. This variety is perfect for cut flowers that last long! Can also be dried and keep their color well. Butterflies find them irresistible, and the flowers are edible!

  • Cosmos Sensation Mix
    Cosmos bipinnatus SENSMX

    Stunning flowers in shades of pink, purple, crimson, and whites. Flowers seem to float airily above elegant, wispy green stalks. They grow to a height of 2–4 feet, and are good as cut flowers. They also attract butterflies and beneficial pollinators.

  • Creeping Thyme
    Thymus serpyllum

    Edible, fragrant, low growing groundcover that looks stunning creeping over rocks or paving. Attracts beneficial pollinators into the garden. It is drought tolerant, prefers full sun, and great for covering unsightly areas.

  • Dryland Xeriscape Wildflower Mix
    Xeriscape Mx

    Cover dry spaces with drought tolerant wildflowers! Mix includes annuals and perennials for areas with 10 to 30 inches of annual rain. Please see product page for seeds included. Image by Saintrain

  • Forget Me Not
    Myosotis scorpioides

    Create a stunning display with masses of brilliant blue flowers each spring. These low growing wildflowers grow naturally near stream banks and in meadows, though they are quite adaptable if not allowed to dry out.

  • Giant Poppy
    Papaver somniferum Giganteum

    Beautiful blooms up to 6 inches wide in colors ranging from white, purple, and pink. The pods are the largest of all the poppy varieties and are great for flower arranging. Cold hardy, easy to grow, and self seeding.

  • Great Mullein
    Verbascum thapsus

    A spectacularly tall and graceful plant with pretty yellow flowers and giant fuzzy leaves. Used in herbal medicine for centuries. Beneficial pollinators are attracted to this easy to grow biennial that is drought tolerant, and loves full sun.

  • Hollyhock Indian Summer Mix
    Alcea rosea Indian Summer Mix

    Easy to grow old fashioned favorites brought to America by early colonists. Grow at the back of the flower border or along fences. Tough, sturdy, masses of color and loved by pollinators – will tolerate poor soil.

  • Hyacinth Bean
    Lablab purpureus

    A fast growing vine prized for its beautiful flowers and brilliant purple seed pods. The plant is edible though the mature beans require boiling with frequent water changes. The beans can be used as forage for animals.

  • Hyacinth Bean (Red Leaf)
    Lablab purpureus RL

    A fast growing vine prized for its deep red leaves, beautiful fragrant flowers and brilliant purple seed pods. The plant is edible though the mature beans require boiling with frequent water changes.

  • Lavender
    Lavandula angustifolia

    A long lived, low growing perennial shrub that produces silvery green leaves and spires of intensely fragrant blue flowers. The flowers attract many beneficial pollinators and are used in the most expensive perfumes. It grows in a nice round bushy form reaching 18” – 24” high and will bloom from spring until first frosts.

  • Low Growing Wildflower Mix
    Low Grow Wild Mix

    Description Coming Soon! We have the seeds in stock and are working our way through listing them. Thank you for your patience.

  • Lupin
    Lupinus perennis

    Stunning blue spikes of sweet-pea like flowers bloom all summer and return each year. Easy to grow in all regions of North America (Zones: 3-9). Prefers Full Sun but will grow in light partial shade. Will withstand a certain amount of drought. **Beneficial for butterflies**

  • Marigold Crackerjack
    Tagetes erecta CJ

    Fantastic "Showy" blooms that are big, bright, bold, and beautiful. An easy to grow heirloom that will bloom all summer. Great for cut flowers and floral arrangements. Grow as an annual in all zones. Attracts butterflies, drought tolerant.

  • Marigold English (Pot Marigold)
    Calendula officinalis

    Easy to grow self seeding annual with bright orange flowers. Originally grown as a medicinal herb, marigolds have been a favorite garden flower since the dawn of gardening history. The flower petals are edible, and the flowers make great long lasting cut flowers. Good companion plants for vegetables, and grows well in pots.

  • Marigold French Sparky
    Tagetes patula

    Delightful little heirloom French Marigolds that produce bright colored flowers all summer long. They are self seeding, drought tolerant, and tough! Great in containers and will grow in the most difficult places in your garden with full sun.

  • Mignonette Reseda odorata
    Reseda odorata

    Small fragrant white flowers bloom all through summer on dense spikes 18 - 24 inches tall. Mignonette are long lasting as cut flowers and bring their sweet fragrance indoors. Great annual for use in beds. Prefers cooler weather and will tolerate partial shade.

  • Milkweed Common
    Asclepias Syriaca

    Pompoms of pale pink starbursts branch from a single elegant stem. A vital host plant for the monarch butterfly and an important nectar source for beneficial pollinators. Edible if cooked correctly. Used for twine and medical in folklore.

  • Milkweed Orange
    Asclepias tuberosa

    Native host plant for Monarch Butterflies that will regrow each spring after sowing from seed. Deep tap roots make this a good drought tolerant plant to grow in zones 3 - 9.

  • Milkweed Showy
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    Milkweed Showy
    Asclepias speciosa

    Prettier by far than Common Milkweed and just as important for Monarch Butterflies. We grow this variety and scatter seeds each year in waste lands where they will grow to enhance the beauty of the area, and help the Monarch survive.



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