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Wildflowers Defined

A wildflower is one that has developed naturally over time without human intervention and retains the original characteristics of the plant family. Many species of wildflowers are considered herbs with uses beyond beautiful flowers!

Our wildflower seed is non-domesticated and is pure seed with purity of most species at 95-99%. Actual germination rates range up to 95% according to environmental factors.

Habitat destruction and pollution factors have endangered many species of wildflowers almost to extinction. Solution - Plant Wildflower Seed.

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A native bee pollinating a Native Perennial Florida wildflower. Please note the honeybee and native bees are endangered. You can help...plant bee pollinator wildflowers and avoid the use of chemicals.

See our pollinator conservation page for more information and resources about wildflowers and bee pollinators.

Choosing Wildflower Seed

Wildflower seeds are sown extensively for beauty and low maintenance for use in in erosion, ground cover, pollinator and bee feed, meadows, and home wildflower gardens. This is an informational website from provided as a service to help you be successful at selecting, buying and growing wildflowers and garden flowers from seed. Here you will find information on wildflower and garden flower seeds to grow a wildflower/flower garden or meadow in your part of the world.

Wildflower seed and garden flower seed for landscaping may be purchased in bulk from and planted as a mixture of seeds or a single species. Seedland sells wildflower seed in 1#, 2#, 5#,10#, 25# or 50# sizes,* of annual & perennial individual seed, custom seed mixtures, regional seed mixtures, native wildflower seed and specialty wildflower seed mixtures. You may customize your wildflower seed mixture by adding individual wildflower species which are listed by common name in the menu on the right or have Seedland custom mix you a wildflower seed mixture. We have included wildflower pictures throughout our site to help you pick seed to create the look you desire.

Our menus on the right are full of helpful information about wildflower seed, garden flower seed and wildflower seed mixtures. If you have questions after reading over our wildflower seed information please contact us at

*Some wildflower seed mixtures are available only in certain quantities. Please visit our online store for more information on individual wildflower seed products.

Perennial, Annual & Biennial Wildflower Seed

WildflowersWild flowers and other plants are categorized as annuals, perennials, biennials, or tender perennials. Once established most wildflower seed species will reseed and return year after year with nominal work on the part of the gardener. Low maintenance features and availability of seed has fostered the revival of wildflower gardening.

Annual wildflowers come back from seeds that germinate each spring and bloom each year to make more seeds. Perennial wildflowers do not bloom until the second year, because of this you want to be careful when weeding. Perennials are often mistaken for weeds as they do not bloom in the 1st year like annuals. They usually live several years (3+). Tender perennial wildflowers grow as annuals in cold climates. Biennial wildflowers will live 2 years.

Wildflowers seed out as soon as the blooming season is over. These seed are blown or carried to new areas. Rainfall, snow and normal soil movement helps bury the seed to gain better soil contact.

Whether a few feet or a large meadow, wildflowers readily provide months of beauty to your surroundings and provide much needed pollinator or bee feed. This site is an excellent place to start gathering information for wildflower seed varieties that are native to the region in which you live.

The Benefits of Planting Native Wildflower Seed

Wildflowers are naturalized plants or native wildflowers that are not invasive or aggressive to the natural order of plants in a given area. Each wild flower species has developed over time to genetically become disease and insect resistant to that particular area, soil conditions, climate and other environmental factors. Some wildflowers should not be planted in new areas because of their aggressive growth which can take over native species and wipe them out. Every region has Eco systems within Eco systems and competition is regulated by the genetics within each separate system. It is always best to plant the NATIVE wildflower seed varieties that can be obtained for your region.

Dormant Seeding of Wildflowers - Late Fall /Winter

Wildflowers naturally re-seed themselves in the fall. Fall is an acceptable time to plant wildflower seed if done properly. If planting wildflower seed in the fall, it is advisable to wait until three good frosts have occurred to prevent fall germination. This is called dormant seeding. It is also a good idea to lightly cover your wildflower seed with 1/8 inch of soil or mulch to prevent the wind from blowing them away, birds from eating them, or rain washing your wildflower seed away.

Fall wildflower seeding prepares seed to germinate quickly when the right conditions set in the following Spring.

Planting Wildflower Seed in The Spring

Wildflower seeds can also be successfully planted in the spring. The seeding of Spring Wildflowers needs to be as early as possible and the plants will germinate at the "right" time. Mowing existing wildflowers or hand seeding new wildflowers in the spring or fall will help spread the seeds onto a new site for the next spring, summer, or fall blooming season.

Wildflower Pictures

LOOK AT PICTURES OF SOME OF THE MORE POPULAR Wildflower Seed Mixtures. A complete list of Wildflower Seed Mixtures & Single Species available from Seedland, conveniently sorted by common name.

Wildflower Seed Planting & Cultural Information
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How To Plant A Wildflower Garden or Meadow

Most wildflower seeds sold by are available in 1#, 2#, 5#,10#, 25# or 50# sizes.

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Seedland is proud to offer quality Native Grass Seed for ornamental, biomass (bio-fuel), erosion control, wildlife, or pasture use. Please see the items in our menu here, visit our informational website or our online store for more information. We are able to supply custom mixtures of wildflower seed and/or native grass seed in quantities of 1#, 2#, 5#,10#, 25# or 50# sizes.

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PHOTOGRAPHS / NOTE: The color of wildflowers viewed in digital pictures on this site will vary depending on the monitor used and display settings.  The actual grow-out color of any wildflower species will depend on many unknown variables including site fertility, weather, time of year, lighting effects for the time of day, etc. Colors of any one wildflower usually will vary in shade from pictures available on this site or from the same or similar wildflowers grown at different locations. While we make every effort to try and present the most likely true color of wildflowers on this site, pictures shown are not guaranteed to be true to color.
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Garden Flowers

List of Wildflowers Individual Species
180+ Different Wildflower Varieties

180+ Varieties
of Wildflowers
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Alyssum, Carpet-Snow
Alyssum, Dwarf Sw Pink
Alyssum, Dwarf Sw.Pur.
Alyssum, Sweet
Aster, Bigelow's
Aster, China
Aster, Golden
Aster, New England
Aster, Prairie
Aster, Sky Blue
Aster, Smooth
Aster, White Upland
Baby Blue-Eyes
Baby's Breath, Annual
Baby's Breath, PER.
Balsamroot, Arrowleaf
Basket of Gold
Beardtongue, Nar. Lf
Beeplant, Rocky Mtn.
Bellflower, Tussock
Bird's Eyes
Bishop's Flower
Black-Eyed Susan
Black-Eyed Susan Sw.
Black-Eyed Susan vine
Blazing Star
Blazing Star, Rough
Blood Flower
Bluebell, California
Bluebonnet, Texas
Bundleflower, Illinois
Candytuft, Annual
Candytuft, Perennial
Catchfly, Nodding
Chamomile, Roman
Chinese Forget-me-not
Chinese Houses
Clarkia, Deerhorn
Clover, Crimson
Clover, Prairie Purple
Clover, Prairie White
Clover, Round Bush
Columbine, Blue
Columbine, Dwarf
Columbine, Eastern
Columbine, Mix Colors
Compass Plant
Coneflower, Clasping
Coneflower, Cutleaf
Coneflower, Dwarf Red
Coneflower, Grey-Head
Coneflower, MexicanHat
Coneflower, Narrow-lf
Coneflower, Pale Purple
Coneflower, Prairie
Coneflower, Purple
Coneflower, Yellow
Coreopsis, Dwarf Lance
Coreopsis, Dwarf Plains
Coreopsis, Red Plains
Coreopsis, Lance-leaf
Coreopsis, Plains
Cornflower - Polka Dot
Cornflower, Blue
Cornflower, Dwarf Blue
Cosmos, Dwarf
Cosmos, Sulphur
Cup Plant
Daisy, African
Daisy, Creeping
Daisy, Dwarf Shasta
Daisy, Engleman
Daisy, English
Daisy, Fleabane
Daisy, Garland
Daisy, Gloriosa
Daisy, Ox-Eye
Daisy, Painted
Daisy, Shasta
Daisy, Sleepy
Daisy, Yellow
Dame's Rocket
Flax, Blue
Flax, Lewis
Flax, Scarlet

Gaillardia, Annual
Gaillardia, Per. Dwarf
Gaillardia, Perennial
Gaillardia, Yellow
Gayfeather, Thickspike
Gilia, Globe
Gilia, Scarlet
Globemallow, Goose Lf
Globemallow, Scarlet
Godetia, Dwarf
Godetia, Lilac
Goldeneye, Showy
Goldenrod, Rigid
Golden Alexander
Hyssop, Lavender
Indian Paintbrush
Iris, Wild Blue
Ironweed, Prairie
Johnny Jump-Up
Larkspur, Rocket
Larkspur, Western
Lupine, Arroyo
Lupine, Mountain
Lupine, Per. Purple
Lupine, Russell
Lupine, Yellow
Mallow, Tree
Maltese Cross
Marigold, Desert
Marigold, French
Milkweed, Butterfly
Milkweed, Showy
Milkweed, Swamp
Mint, Lemon
Nodding Pink Onion
Partridge Pea
Penstemon, Palmer
Penstemon, Rocky Mtn.
Penstemon, Shelf-Leaf
Penstemon, Smooth
Petunia, Wild
Phlox, Ann. Mix Colors
Phlox, Mountain
Phlox, Red Annual
Pinks, Cottage
Pinks, Fringed
Pinks Maiden
Pinks, Sweet William
Poppy, Calif. Orange
Poppy, Corn
Poppy, Dwarf California
Poppy, Iceland
Poppy, Oriental
Poppy, Red Corn
Poppy, Calif.Mix Colors
Primrose, Com. Evening
Primrose, Dwarf Evening
Primrose, Pale Evening
Primrose, Showy Even.
Primrose, Tall Evening
Rattlesnake Master
Rockcress, Purple
Rockcress, White
Sage, Blue
Sage, Pitcher
Sage, Scarlet
Sagewort, Prairie
Snapdragon, Spurred
Sneezeweed, Autumn
Snow -in-summer
Spiderwort, Ohio
Spiderwort, Prairie
Stock, Virginia
Sunflower, Maximilian
Sunflower, Ox-Eye
Sweet Blk-Eyed Susan
Sweet Pea, Perennial
Thyme, Creeping
Tickseed, Leavenworth

Trefoil, Bird's Foot
Verbena, Moss
Vervain, Blue
Vervain, Hoary
Wallflower, English
Wallflower, Siberian
Yarrow, Gold
Yarrow, Red
Yarrow, Western
Yarrow, White
Zinnia, Classic
Zinnia, Creeping
Zinnia, Pumila Mix

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