Let's face it, flowers smell great and can add a needed splash of color to any bland area of the home. In this collection, you will find popular favorites, such as Alyssum, Zinnias, Sunflowers, Poppies, Columbine, Milkweed, Coleus and more. We offer over 280 flower seed varieties to choose from. Flowers don't just make your home look and smell great, they are also beneficial to insects as well. Butterflies, bumblebees, hummingbirds and honeybees will cling to these beauties throughout the Spring and Summer months. All of our flower seeds are guaranteed fresh and ready to grow. We store our seeds in a temperature controlled facility, in airtight containment, and only package our seeds when the demand is high.
Alstroemeria, or Peruvian Lily is a tall perennial plant native to South America. Dr. Salters Mixture produces beautiful long-lasting blooms atop tall, straight stems that reach a height of approximately 32”. They produce clusters of multi-colored azalea-like exotic blossoms that are often streaked or spotted in colors that range from white, golden-yellow, apricot, pink, red, and violet. A favorite among florists due to their long vase life of two weeks, these profuse bloomers will bring you beautiful flowers year after year.
The Peruvian Lily spreads by underground rhizomes producing a greater array of plants with each passing season. They make great border flowers and are a wonderful companion plant to low-growing herbaceous perennials. Other plants to consider as neighbors in your garden are chrysanthemums and salvias.
CARPET OF SNOW
BASKET OF GOLD
Grow Sweet Sultan, Imperialis Mixture from fresh Amberboa moschata flower seeds. Sweet Sultan will produce tall stemmed plants with feathery blooms ranging in colors of pink, yellow, mauve & white. This attractive plant grows to a mature height of around 24 to 36 inches tall and makes an excellent cut flower for floral arrangements & bouquets. Sweet Sultan is not only beautiful, but also fragrant as well. The blooms will attract an array of beneficial insects including bumblebees, butterflies, hummingbirds and lady bugs.
Amberboa is grown as an annual flowering plant that will grow quickly, bloom heavily and later die with the first killing frost. Check out some of the other flowers we have to offer to create your own bouquet with several other cut flower varieties as well.
NEW ENGLAND ASTER
Grow New England Aster from fresh Aster novae-angliae flower seeds. New England Aster will produce masses of gorgeous pink-purple blooms atop stems that grow 24 to 72 inches tall. Spreading up to 2 to 4 feet wide, its leaves & foliage are attractive while its petals are slender and accented with golden yellow centers. Grown as a perennial flowering plant, the New England Aster will establish a deep root system that allows it to return year after year. If temperatures are too harsh, this can cause the plants to die, however new sprouts can emerge from any seeds that fall to the bare ground.
New England Aster will not only draw our eyes and attention to them, they can also attract an array of beneficial insects as well. The plants are known for bringing in all sorts of butterflies and bumblesbees and is especially important to honey bees. You will also see an occasional Monarch butterfly making an appearance in the garden as well.
BELLS OF IRELAND
Grow this stunning plant, known as "Bells of Ireland," from freshly harvested Moluccella laevis seeds. Believe it or not, Bells of Ireland doesn't actually originate from Ireland. The plants are actually native tOo much of the eastern Mediterranean. Bells of Ireland grows much like a foxglove plant, displaying its beautiful, green, flower like tubes along its tall stems. Each stem can hold anywhere between 20 to 50 or more blooms. The plants themselves will reach a height of roughly 30 inches tall and can spread 10 to 12 inches wide.
Grown as an annual flowering plant, Bells of Ireland will grow quickly from fresh flower seeds. The plants will bloom profusely through the summer months, and will later die with the first killing frost. The seeds can drop to the bare ground beneath, to establish new plant life the following season. You can also wait until the end of the Autumn season to collect and save seeds from your Bells of Ireland plants.
BALL'S IMPROVED ORANGE
Grow a garden filled with Annual Candytuft flowers, from freshly harvested Iberis umbellata wildflower seeds. Candytuft is a moderately short growing wildflower that produces clusters of gorgeous flowers, in shades of pink, white and purple. Growing to a mature height of roughly 12 to 18 inches tall, it is a bit taller to its perennial cousin. This stunning plant will attract an array of beneficial insects to the garden, including butterflies, hummingbirds, bumblebees and ladybugs as well.
Chosen as one of the easiest wildflowers to grow from fresh seed, the Candytuft plant will establish quickly through the first season. It is categorized as an annual flowering plant, so it only has a lifecycle of one growing season. It readily self seeds however, dropping its seed to the bare ground before the seasons end. If the seeds are not disturbed, new plants will emerge from the ground the following season. A lot of gardeners stay away from Annual flowering plants, but when it comes down to it, Annual flowering plants are among some of the most colorful to choose from.
KING OF BLACKS
Grow a garden filled with a mixture of Cleome flowers, from freshly harvested Cleome hassleriana seeds. Cleome, or "Spider Plant," is a unique wildflower that produces clusters of gorgeous flowers in an array of colors, including white, violet, cherry and rose. The airy blooms open up to roughly 5 or 6 inches wide and are displayed over green, bushy foliage. The plants themselves grow to a mature height of roughly 4 to 5 feet tall, and can take up 18 to 24 inches of width.
The plants are known to attract all sorts of beneficial insects to the garden, such as butterflies, bumblebees, honeybees and hummingbirds as well. This makes Cleome the perfect addition to any insectary, or butterfly garden. The plants can be used as a border plant, along driveways, walkways and fences, and can also be sown by the masses to create a beautiful color display.
Grow Rainbow Coleus Mixture from fresh Coleus blumei seeds. Rainbow Coleus plants are greatly used in gardens where the sun doesn’t shine often. They will produce multi colored leaves and their foliage is beautifully attractive. Coleus is categorized as an annual plant that grows quickly, blooms through the summer months and later dies with the first killing frost. The colorful plants, Coleus will mature to a height of about 18 to 30 inches tall and can range from 8 to 12 inches wide.
Coleus is an excellent plant to use in containers and pots, and mixes well with other low growing plants and ground covers. Try sowing coleus with Pansies, Violas, Petunias, Lobelia or any other hanging plant inside containers and pots. They are sure to add and amazing color combination to your garden and are not solely restricted to areas of shade.
POLKA DOT BLEND
Grow Crazy Cosmos Mixture from fresh Cosmos bipinnatus / sulphureus flower seeds. Crazy Cosmos is a colorful mixture consisting of all sorts of colored cosmos flowers including pink, purple, white, yellow, orange and red. There are even a few Cosmos flowers that will be multicolored, or “bi-colored” such as the candy stripe variety. The plants, once established will raise to a varying height of about 18 to 60 inches tall. The plants themselves consist of one large stem that shoots straight up, displaying several smaller stems with branches of slender leaves. The flowers are roughly 2 inches in diameter and are at the very tops of the plants.
Cosmos flowers are grown as an annual flowering plant. Annuals such as the Cosmos flower will grow quickly from fresh annual flower seeds, blooming profusely through the summer months, up until the first killing frost. Cosmos flower seeds can be collected for resowing the following year and can also drop to the bare ground beneath through a natural process. The seeds can be long or short and are slender like a Marigold seed. They are anywhere from 1/4” to 1” inch in length and are very easily distributed into the garden.
Cosmos flowers are an excellent choice for borders, flower beds and in a natural setting. They can be combined with other varieties of wildflowers that grow to roughly the same height. Cosmos flowers are also best sown in masses as they tend to create bush like foliage.
MOTHER OF THYME
FAREWELL TO SPRING
Alpine Forget-Me-Not Mixture will produce a lovely blend of pink, white, carmine and blue colored flowers. The blooms are roughly a quarter of an inch in diameter, displaying 5 petals which surround a yellow buttoned center. These tiny flowers bloom through the summer months and stand above attractive green foliage. Alpine Forget-Me-Not plants themselves, will reach a mature height of roughly 16 to 18 inches tall.
Alpine Forget-Me-Not is categorized as a biennial / annual flowering plant. This cool weather wildflower will establish itself quickly, growing and blooming profusely through the warm months of summer, up until late fall. When the weather becomes cooler, the plants will wilt on the surface, later dying with the first killing frost. The plants are known to readily self seed and can return the following year from seeds that fall to the bare ground beneath. If the winter months are not too harsh, your Forget-Me-Not plants can survive, regrowing from roots. You can also collect seeds from dried flower heads at the end of the Autumn season to resow yourself, when the Spring rolls around.
FOUR O CLOCK
LOVE IN A MIST
LOVE LIES BLEEDING
Grow Love Lies Bleeding from fresh Amaranthus caudatus flower seeds. Love Lies Bleeding is a fascinating heirloom plant that grows quickly, producing long strands of ruby red blooms. The plants stand to a mature height of roughly 36 to 60 inches tall and will bloom through the summer months. They are also known to attract an array of beneficial insects to the garden as well.
Love Lies Bleeding is categorized as an annual flowering plant. They grow quickly from seeds, bloom profusely through the warm months of June & July and later wilt with the first killing frost. The plants can return the following growing season if they fall to the bare ground beneath. Love Lies bleeding doesn't need to be cared for very often and can grow in virtually any medium or condition.