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Southeast Wildflower Seeds

All of the seed that we sell at American Meadows is lab tested to ensure the highest purity and germination possible. We do not buy or sell ANY genetically modified seeds (GMO).

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Seeds selected for AL, AR, DC, FL, GA, LA, MS, NC, SC, TN, Eastern TX and VA.

The Wildflowers of the Southeast

Southern wildflower gardeners have some distinct advantages over their counterparts in other parts of the country. Mostly, the Southeast is blessed with a very long growing season, making it a grand home for wildflowers. What's more, even though the south has heavy heat through summer, it does not "brown down" in the same way west Texas and the Pacific coast do once mid-summer arrives. The south stays green and in bloom, thanks to adequate rainfall through the summer and into fall.


The Southeast is a combination of several "floristic" regions. Areas such as Arkansas and the mountains of the Carolinas, Georgia and Tennessee are parts of the great Eastern Deciduous Forest which covered almost all the eastern half of the continent before European settlement. Botanists call the regions covering the coastal areas of the Southeast the Southeastern Mixed Forest. Great rivers and huge swampy areas in the coastal regions have made those areas a wonderful habitat for wildflowers.


As everyone knows, huge areas of the southeast have been cleared for agriculture, opening the forest floor to a wide variety of wildflowers, both native and naturalized. Our Proven Mixture for the Southeast takes all these characteristics into consideration, and is a balanced mixture of wild annual and perennial flower seeds that will do well for you. Depending on your exact location, certain wildflowers will do better than others, but because of the large species count in the mixtures, you should have a good show of season-long color no matter where you plant.


Because of the mild temperatures, Southeastern wildgardeners can plant in either spring or fall. Late March through April is best for spring, and early October into November is best for putting in fall plantings.



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  1. Fringed Pink Seeds

    Fringed Pink gets its name from cut petals that resemble fringes and the romantic pink/white color. The blooms create a unique statement in the meadow and are deeply fragrant. Annual.
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    Item #: DISG

    As Low As $15.95

    Per 1/4 Pound

  2. Tall Evening Primrose Seeds

    Large, showy flowers illuminate in the summer months and reach heights up to 60”. This golden-yellow beauty is easy to grow and fragrant, attracting winged wildlife to the garden or meadow. Biennial.
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    Item #: OEHOG

    As Low As $24.95

    Per 1/4 Pound

  3. Money Plant Seeds

     
    5.0

    Money plant's flowers are striking in the spring garden, but the name alludes to the round, flat seedpods that resemble coins. Biennial.


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    Item #: LUNG

    As Low As $11.95

    Per 1/4 Pound

  4. Black Eyed Susan Seeds

     
    4.0
    These versatile, drought-tolerant and easy-to-grow plants light up the summer landscape, with sunny golden blooms. They combine well with other perennials and annuals, and make long-lasting cut flowers. Biennial.
    Looking for Black Eyed Susan seeds in packets?
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    Item #: RUHG

    As Low As $12.95

    Per 1/4 Pound

  5. Sweet William Seeds

     
    4.5
    Dianthus barbatus has endlessly multicolored blooms. Since it's biennial, flowering is best in 2nd year. Biennial.
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    Item #: DIAG

    As Low As $9.95

    Per 1/4 Pound

  6. Hollyhock Seeds

     
    3.0
    Hollyhock is not technically a wildflower, but so many want it for meadows, here it is. Mixed colors. Biennial.
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    Item #: ALCG

    As Low As $18.95

    Per 1/4 Pound

  7. Foxglove Seeds

     
    3.0
    A famous medicinal (used for heart medicine), Foxglove is native to England; blooms in light shade up to 5 ft. Biennial.
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    Item #: DIGG

    As Low As $20.95

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  8. Siberian Wallflower Seeds

     
    4.5
    Dazzling orange flowers can light up a meadow in late spring. Adaptable to most soils. Biennial.
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    Item #: CHAG

    As Low As $8.51

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  9. Bellflower Seeds

    Reaching heights of 3-6’, blue-violet blooms create a grand statement in the late summer garden or meadow. The perfect, dramatic backdrop in your shade garden. Perennial.
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    Item #: CAAMP

    As Low As $3.95

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