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We are excited to be carrying over 50 varieties of hand-gathered, rare, and native wildflower species. Most of these unique varieties are native to North America and were propagated by hand. All of the seeds found below are hardy perennials and will create a long-lasting statement. Try one of these varieties for something completely unique in your garden this year!
This hummingbird favorite is extremely similar to Common Milkweed, but has smaller flowers, a smoother appearance and is a less aggressive grower. This variety is often referred to as Sullivant’s Milkweed after the American botanist Starling Sullivant. Prairie Milkweed is extremely easy to grow and grows in any sunny spot. The highly fragrant blooms not only attract hummingbirds, but also bees and butterflies – especially monarchs. We recommend choosing your planting spot carefully as within a few years, this variety will make itself at home. More Details
Looking to create a pollinator oasis in your garden or meadow? Our Milkweed Collection is the perfect choice! Comprised of all 5 of our different Milkweed varieties, this collection blooms in all shades of pink, white, orange and green in the mid-summer garden. It offers a fragrant feast of blooms for pollinators, including butterflies, bees and hummingbirds, which will delight both the gardener and the ecosystem. These asclepias varieties also make for gorgeous cut flowers and can be brought inside for unique, fragrant summer bouquets. More Details
Swamp Milkweed is a red, showier variety of Common Milkweed. It is extremely elegant, producing willowy foliage and cherry-red blooms. It will also attract beautiful butterflies and hummingbirds to your garden or meadow. Perennial. More Details
This unique plant produces striking, purple flowers that even in maturity look like large buds. Bottle Gentian prefers moist, rich soil and is great for planting near bodies of water. Perennial. (Gentiana andrewsii) More Details
Also known as Cutleaf Coneflower, this cheerful wildflower grows to be about 7 feet tall and makes a grand statement in the late season garden. Golden petals surround a green cone, creating a beautiful statement that also attracts winged wildlife. Perennial. More Details
Wild Ginger’s large heart-shaped leaves create a low, solid, dark green carpet on the forest floor. The flowers are curious, nodding under the leaves with three deep red triangular petals. Not the famous spice! More Details
Providing a wonderfully-changing story in your garden, Solomon’s Plume illuminates the spring garden with elegant white plumes, followed by bright red berries in the fall. Will thrive in partial shade and under Oak and Pine trees. Perennial. More Details
Turtlehead is an easy-to-grow beauty that boasts dense spikes of pure white flowers on richly-green foliage. This native plant plays a vital role in nature – It acts as a host plant for several butterfly variety’s larvae and its nectar attracts winged wildlife. Perennial. More Details
This cheerful, unique flower thrives in extremely moist climates and is often found in swampy areas or along stream banks in the wild. An early bloomer, Marsh Marigolds are a great addition to the rain garden. Perennial. More Details
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