Need Quick and Lasting Color this Year? Annuals are for you!

The Seed Man, our resident Wildflower expert, Master Gardener and part-owner, shares with us why Annual Wildflowers are the perfect choice for any garden or meadow.

ZinniasIt’s been a long, cold, snowy winter. My thermometer is reading -1 degree zero and it’s Wednesday, March 26th. Needless to say I’ve had enough winter!

Hopefully you’re in a little warmer climate and you may already be in the garden doing some spring cleaning and getting your beds ready for planting. We’ll if you’re looking to add some quick, lasting color to your garden this spring, Annuals may be exactly what you’re looking for.

Now I’m not talking about your boring big box, mass produced violas and pansies. I’m talking about easy to grow from seed annuals such as Red Poppies, Cosmos, Zinnias, Bachelor Buttons, Scarlet Flax, and Sunflower just to name a few.

The Seed Man's Top 5 Reasons to Plant Annuals

Red Poppies#5 - A great value. A little seed will go a long way, share with your friends.

#4 - Variety is the spice of ‘gardening’! We offer 110 different Annual species to choose from.

#3 - Seeds are easier and quicker than you think.

#2 - Who doesn’t like picking flower bouquets all summer?

#1 - Instant gratification all season long!

CosmosNever tried wildflowers or seed and not sure where to start? We offer our All Annual Mix which is a nice blend of 23 different quick blooming annuals designed to give you color from late spring through fall.

So whether you’re new to gardening or a master gardener, if you’re wanting some quick, lasting color in a few short weeks try adding some Annuals to your garden this season. I guarantee you won’t be disappointed!

Happy Gardening! - Mike "The Seed Man"

Annual Wildflowers

4 thoughts on “Need Quick and Lasting Color this Year? Annuals are for you!”

  • Jeanne Williams

    Is it possible to buy just a pack or two of a few different seed packets?

    • Mike Lizotte

      Hello Jeanne,

      Yes we offer a nice selection of seed packets which can be viewed here: .

      The Seed Man

  • Stephanie Case
    Stephanie Case March 31, 2014 at 2:48 am

    Please tell me what I need to do to get done seed for some of these beautiful wildflowers?
    Greatly appreciated
    Kind Regards,
    Stephanie Case

    • Mike Lizotte

      Hello Stephanie,

      If you've never planted wildflowers I'd recommend our All Annual Mix: . This is an easy to grow mix of quick blooming wildflowers that would thrive in most areas that get 4 or more hours of sun. All our products come with full instructions as well which will walk you through the steps for a successful planting!

      I guarantee if you follow our instructions you won't be disappointed!

      The Seed Man

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