Flower seeds are a simple and affordable way to add beauty to the garden! Many flowers are easy to grow from seed, and virtually care-free! Whether you're looking for native flower seeds, or seeds for edible varieties, you'll find them here.
Decorate your garden with color and motion with both nectar plants for butterflies, and host plants for caterpillars.
Tall bell-shaped blossoms are reminiscent of a storybook English cottage garden.
Long blooming combo for shady spots! Rock gardens, bulb cover, or scattered for charming patches of blue.
Compact, mounding plants make a charming bulb cover. A superior strain of one of the earliest spring bloomers.
Dainty, mounding plants make a charming bulb cover. A superior strain of one of the earliest spring bloomers.
Tall, dramatic spires provide height and color in the shade garden. Stunning cut flower and deer resistant.
Tall spires of peony-shaped double blossoms. Stunning in fresh or dried bouquets.
Regal, tall spires of old-fashioned single blossoms. Long bloom period. Stunning in cut flower arrangements.
Towers of edible, dark blossoms are a wicked addition to the back of the flower border, or a cottage garden.
Calling all hummingbirds! If this showy, bright mix doesn't attract them, nothing will!
You'll love this collection of hummingbird favorites.
50 days. Edible and ornamental, Redbor has mild flavor and vibrant colored, ruffled foliage.
Flowers with dazzling color to brighten up any shady spot.
A shade garden is a wonderful refuge on a hot summer day. Needs only a few hours of sun, or dappled shade.
Experience the rich hues and warm colors of a native Midwest prairie as your garden comes alive with flowers.
A special mix of fragrant herbs and beautiful flowers that attract, and provide food for honeybees!
From the heart of Texas to the windswept plains of Oklahoma, native wildflowers paint a spectacle of color. NATIVE.
Deliciously fragrant, blooms after spring bulbs, and before summer annuals.
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