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.
Lovely fernlike foliage and colorful tube-like flowers that flare into a five-pointed star. Excellent screen.
Classic favorite flower, Alaska is the hardiest of all Shasta daisies.
Delightful masses of golden-yellow flowers. Excellent annual groundcover.
Heavenly scented, show-stopping flowers open late in the day to enhance your evening stroll through the garden.
Delicate spires covered with blossoms on compact plants. Bee, bird, and butterfly charmer!
One of the most breathtaking, beautiful plants you can grow in your garden; statuesque with spectacular colors.
Indispensable for flowerbeds and containers, Dusty Millers silvery foliage is the ideal backdrop.
This award winner will "wow" you with first season blooms of brilliant, long-lasting color. NATIVE.
Long-blooming drought tolerant plant adds late summer color and winter interest. Attractive to butterflies! NATIVE.
Elegant, sparkling white accent. Seed heads add winter interest and birds love them too!
Rare in nature, this coneflower with yellow petals is a magnet for goldfinches! NATIVE.
"Cute as a button" pompoms are perfect for spring containers, along borders, or as a bulb cover.
Light up any sunny spot with the sparkle and flair of these annual flowers specially selected for their bright colors.
Create an enchanting, colorful garden that will open your eyes to the magic of fairies!
Charming clusters of small daisy shaped flowers on aromatic, bushy plants. Long-blooming and easy to grow.
Graceful sky blue flowers last six weeks on drought resistant plants. Discovered by Lewis & Clark in 1805. NATIVE.
Care-free, charming scarlet flowers bloom on elegant, swaying stems. Ideal for hot, dry gardens.
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.
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