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This gorgeous plant produces purple/pink flower clusters that wildflower gardeners love. Common Milkweed is one of the Monarch Butterflies’ favorite plants and will bring many winged friends to your garden or meadow. Milkweed can be a challenge to grow but once established it will thrive for years to come and spread quickly. Perennial.
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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. Learn More →
Bright-magenta blooms make a bold statement in the summer garden or meadow, spreading quickly each year. This gorgeous wildflower is easy to grow, tolerating dry soil and full sun to partial shade. Perennial. Learn More →
Also known Wild Sweetpea or Catgut, this unique wildflower’s bi-color blooms are a true show-stopper in the late spring garden or meadow. This native perennial is easy to grow and drought-tolerant. Perennial. Learn More →
Unlike other Coneflowers, this unique variety has upward-facing petals, giving the flower a cup-like shape. A native variety, Tennessee Purple Coneflower is easy to grow and thrives in almost any sunny spot. Learn More →
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A small, tough plant with white flowers tinged with pink. Likes dry soil, hates dampness. Short perennial. Learn More →
Queen of the Prairie produces plumy, light pink blooms and is a unique addition to any wildflower garden. Perennial. (Filipendula rubra) Learn More →
This unique wildflower gets its name from the multitude of blooms that emerge on each plant, resembling shooting stars. This hardy wildflower can produce up to twelve delicate blossoms per plant, in shades of white to deep pink. Perennial. (Dodecatheon meadia) Learn More →
This is the monarda with pink flowers and leaves famous for making tea. Also called "Oswego Tea." Perennial Learn More →
is the much-loved true "wild geranium" of No. America. A must for wild gardens. Learn More →
is a taller native with showy blooms--great for the back of the garden. Flowers are "obedient." Perennial Learn More →
is great for shady, moist wild gardens. Lovely foliage and flowers. Perennial Learn More →
The Wildflowers of the West
The beautiful region of our Mountain West is home to many of our treasured native plants. Gardeners in the region can easily establish a wild flower meadow, but certain procedures need to be followed.
While elevations and temperature ranges are widely varied, the most important issue is water availability. Wildflowers are tough, but like any plants, to become established, they must have moisture. Most importantly, plant your seed near the beginning of the rainiest season for your area. Planting can be successful in fall or spring.
Our Proven Wildflower Seeds Mixture for the West has been a best-seller in your region for decades, and our premium All-Native Wildflower Mix for the West has even more of the area's native species.
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