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.
Stately lupines always elicit a "wow!". This colorful array of tall flower spikes will take your breath away! NATIVE.
Unabashedly brilliant orange and as hot and fiery as August sunshine! Easy to grow and a great cut flower! NATIVE.
Bright red flowers explode with color in early summer. A hummingbird magnet! NATIVE.
Towers of pink flowers grace the garden with delightful fragrance and beauty. Also known as scented penstemon. NATIVE.
Intense, blue-violet flower spikes filled with sweet nectar for hummingbirds and butterflies. NATIVE.
Adorable yellow flowers atop a carpet of foliage add cheery color to gardens & containers. Great for wildflower gardens.
Exquisite scarlet-orange flowers set your garden ablaze with color. Spectacular in mass plantings. NATIVE.
A drought tolerant confetti of bright color in double and semi-double blooms. NATIVE.
The state flower of California is a stunning, fiery display in mass plantings. NATIVE.
Bright, cheery color, perfect for wildflower areas, attracts bees and butterflies! NATIVE.
Lovely spikes of violet-blue flowers cover this royalty of salvias. Great for containers, cut and dried flowers. NATIVE.
Easy to grow, care free, heat and drought tolerant! This tough but delicate beauty works almost anywhere. NATIVE.
The original Texas Bluebonnet. Bright blue flowers adorn dainty plants to herald the arrival of spring. NATIVE.
The royal blue, state flower of Texas is breathtaking when planted in mass; superb for wildflower gardens. NATIVE.
One of six official Texas Bluebonnets. Tall pillars of springtime blossoms reflect the beauty of a summer sky. NATIVE.
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