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.
Satisfy your cat's craving for greens with a fresh, safe, nutritional alternative to houseplants and turfgrass!
Smell cherry pie? Large clusters of small, violet-blue flowers, have a sweet perfume reminiscent of cherries & vanilla.
Calling all hummingbirds! If this showy, bright mix doesn't attract them, nothing will!
You'll love this collection of hummingbird favorites.
Exquisite amethyst flowers and eye-catching purple pods for fences, trellises, or rambling among flower beds.
A gorgeous array of colors atop mounding, lush plants, to brighten up those shady spots!
Masses of dazzling, velvety, gemstone-colored flowers will turn any dark dreary corner into a bed of luxurious color!
Brighten a shady corner of the garden with a blanket of sparkling white flowers. Magnificent in containers, too!
Irresistibly beautiful, tall, elegant spires attract butterflies & bees. Ideal for cut and dried arrangements.
A superior strain used by professional growers, multi-branched, for fresh & dried arrangements.
Charm your garden sprites with an abundance of delicate, colorful blossoms that grace the garden all summer.
Compact plants with stunning light blue flowers massed atop green foliage are a delight in baskets and borders.
Low growing plants with intensely rich, deep blue flowers massed over the top of bronze-tipped foliage.
A cascade of small jewel-toned flowers for window boxes, large containers and hanging baskets.
With outstanding beauty, this show-off flowers up to 4 weeks earlier than other trailing varieties!
Delightful flowers atop lacy foliage. Dried seed pods are papery, unusual. Great cut flower. Drought tolerant.
Crimson tassels cascade from an exotic, showy, bushy plant. Dramatic in borders, or as cut or dried flowers.
Flowers with dazzling color to brighten up any shady spot.
True to its name, this petite lupine produces columns of colored flowers in shades of pink, blue, white and bicolors.
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