Annual Wildflower seeds

Annual Wildflower Seeds – For plants that grow, mature and bloom in one season.  Seeds that fall to the ground from these types of wildflowers can produce blooms again the following season.  Added to a wildflower mix so blooms form the first year.

Planting annual wildflowers, in large drifts or patches is an easy and very colorful way to get colorful gardens the first season. Annual wildflower seeds can be planted any time from early spring before the spring rains/snows making sure they have good seed to soil contact. The profusion of long lasting blooms will provide for many beautiful bouquets of cut flowers, tall borders and beds. Annual wild flower seeds are easy to grow and can be planted in succession to lengthen bloom time.

  • China Aster

    Aster, China – Callistephus chinensis ‘Powder Puff’

  • Baby's Breath Annual

    Baby’s Breath, Annual – Gypsophila elegans

  • Bachelor Button

    Bachelor Button – Cornflower – Centaurea cyanus

  • Rocky Mountain Beeplant

    Beeplant, Rocky Mountain – Cleome serrulata

  • Bird’s Eye – Gilia tricolor

  • Desert Bluebells Wildflower Seeds

    Bluebells, Desert – Phacelia campanularia

  • Bluebonnet, Texas – Lupinus texensis

  • Borage

    Borage – Borago officinalis

  • Pacific Beauty Calendula Mix

    Calendula – Calendula officinalis ‘Pacific Beauty Mix’

  • Catchfly – Silene armeria

  • Chinese Houses – Collinsia heterophylla

  • coreopsis

    Coreopsis, Plains – Coreopsis tinctoria

  • Red Dwarf Plains Coreopsis

    Coreopsis, Red Dwarf Plains – Coreopsis tinctoria, dwarf

  • Cosmos – Cosmos bipinnatus

  • 'Candy Stripe' Cosmos

    Cosmos – Cosmos bipinnatus ‘Candy Stripe’