If you’re lucky enough to have a mature Hydrangea shrub bursting with summer blooms (or know of a generous friend who does), consider making a hydrangea wreath. It’s an extremely easy — and rewarding — DIY project that looks much harder than it is. All you need are a dozen or so Hydrangea bl… Read More →
Looking for a unique addition to your garden? We are excited to be carrying over 100 new bulbs, perennials, and wildflower seeds for 2017. Wow your neighbors with something completely different, or try a twist on one of the classic favorites. We make it easy – select from all of our new products below.
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Do your part to help the struggling pollinator population by adding long-blooming wildflowers to your garden or meadow. Our Southeast Pollinator Mix attracts bees, butterflies and more to your property all season long with favorites like Butterfly Weed, Black-Eyed Susan, Red Poppy and more. This robust wildflower blend blooms all season long, year after year, providing food, habitat and breeding grounds for a variety of pollinators. Colorful and easy to grow. All of the seed we handle at American Meadows is non-GMO, neonicotinoid-free and guaranteed to grow. Learn More →
Create a long-lasting parade of blooms in your garden or meadow with our Pacific Northwest Pollinator Mix. This easy-to-grow mixture blooms all season long, year after year, providing an important source of nectar and shelter for bees, butterflies and hummingbirds. With favorites such as Blue Flax, Coreopsis and California Poppy, this low-maintenance mixture is the perfect choice for the beginner or expert gardener. All of the seed we handle at American Meadows is non-GMO, neonicotinoid-free and guaranteed to grow. Learn More →
Help the disappearing pollinator population in your own backyard with our Northeast Pollinator Mix. This easy-to-grow mixture features a variety of annual and perennial wildflowers, such as New England Aster, Black-Eyed Susan, and Cosmos that provide food, breeding grounds and shelter for pollinators. The pollinators (and you) will enjoy blooms in the first year and long-lasting blooms for years to come. Flowers start opening in the spring and last all the way through fall. All of the seed we handle at American Meadows is non-GMO, neonicotinoid-free and guaranteed to grow.
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Our Midwest Pollinator Mix contains a robust blend of 18 wildflowers that provide food, shelter and habitat for a variety of pollinators from breeding all the way to their migration journey. This colorful mixture blooms in the first year and for years to come, offering up show-stopping color in the garden or meadow. Purple Coneflower, Indian Blanket and Black-Eyed Susan are just a few of the favorites in this easy-to-grow mix. All of the seed we handle at American Meadows is non-GMO, neonicotinoid-free and guaranteed to grow. Learn More →
If you plant a Monarch Magnet Perennial Garden, they will come! This brilliant arrangement includes vital Butterfly Weeds that are the growing Monarch’s only food source, as well as six essential nectar plants favorited by the adult butterflies. Attract monarchs and bring a vibrant dose of color and beauty to your yard. Learn More →
Pink Yarrow New Vintage Rose has lovely bright pink rose flowers with creamy white eyes making this yarrow a must have in your garden. This sun loving perennial has no gap between it's blooms and foliage, and holds it's color while it blooms all summer long. New Vintage Rose is a great food source for pollinators and will attract butterflies, hummingbirds and bees. Great for containers, and cut flowers this fast grower is sure to satisfy. (Achillea) Learn More →
Yellow Yarrow Little Moonshine is a bright burst of canary yellow flowers that will bring cheer to your sunny garden. Little Moonshine is a petite beauty that is perfect for small garden spaces and containers. Expect to enjoy these clusters of yellow blooms from spring until fall making this comact perennial. A top performer. (Achillea) Learn More →
Whorled Milkweed earns it's name from it's skinny, "whorled leaves". Small clusters of white flowers bloom a little later in the season providing color in your garden when most flowers have disappeared. Prepare to entertain many types of pollinators such as butterflies, and bees with this Asclepias. Monarchs will lay their eggs and the larvae (caterpillars) will enjoy a late season feast. When planting this perennial you can be proud to be supporting the Monarch population. (Asclepias verticillata) Learn More →
Turtlehead Rosea will burst into bloom, when most of your flowers have faded. Its rose-pink clusters of small upright blooms sit at the top of tall elegant stems with deep green foliage. When planted en mass, as a background perennial, Turtlehead acts as the perfect late-blooming anchor for your garden. (Chelone obliqua) Learn More →
Dwarf Trumpet Vine Summer Jazz Sunrise Gold has a strong production of golden-orange trumpet flowers that is deer resistant and will attract butterflies and hummingbirds. This smaller version of other Trumpet Vines is the perfect solution to add color and screening to areas without taking over the space. Blooming all summer long Summer Jazz holds its bold color throughout the season. Plant in a sunny spot or container where it can climb. (Campsis radicans) Learn More →
Dwarf Trumpet Vine Summer Jazz Fire is the perfect climber for adding a privacy screen without taking over the area. Gorgeous red-orange trumpet shaped blooms perform all summer long. Plant in a sunny spot or in a container where it can climb. (Campsis radicans) Learn More →
Create effortless color in your garden or meadow with our Southwest Pollinator Mix. A blend of low-water annual and perennial wildflowers provides nectar, shelter and breeding grounds for our disappearing pollinator population. Favorites include California Poppy, Arroyo Lupine, and Cosmos. This easy-to-grow mixture blooms all season long, year after year, providing an important food source for bees, butterflies and hummingbirds. All of the seed we handle at American Meadows is non-GMO, neonicotinoid-free and guaranteed to grow. Learn More →
Plant low-maintenance wildflowers in your garden or meadow to help our disappearing pollinator population. Our Western Pollinator Mix is made up of 18 easy-to-grow wildflowers that provide show-stopping color in the first season and for years to come, helping to attract bees, butterflies and hummingbirds. Perfect for the expert or novice garden alike, this colorful mixture includes favorites such as Purple Coneflower, California Poppy and Perennial Lupine. All of the seed we handle at American Meadows is non-GMO, neonicotinoid-free and guaranteed to grow. Learn More →
False Aster is a prolific bloomer, providing hundreds of small, white blooms on each plant from late summer until frost. This native wildflower is also an important source of pollen for butterflies, bees, wasps and more. False Aster tolerates moist to wet soil, making it a great choice for a rain garden. (Perennial) Learn More →
Large-flowered Beardtongue is a drought tolerant wildflower perfect for hard-to-reach areas in the garden or low water landscapes. This native purple flower also attracts a variety of bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds to the late spring/early summer garden. We think this is one of the most beautiful Penstemons in the entire Penstemon genus! (Perennial) Learn More →
Wild Senna is a native wildflower that serves many purposes in the garden or meadow. The bright yellow blooms attract a parade of pollinators to the summer garden and come autumn, the leaves change colors and seed pods provide nourishment for a variety of birds. Growing to be about 5’, plant Wild Senna in the back border of a garden or wildflower meadow. (Perennial) Learn More →
Kankakee Mallow is a rare and native wildflower, found only along the Kankakee River in Illinois. Despite its rarity, this wildflower will grow almost anywhere if planted in well-draining soil with full to partial shade. The 5’ plants offer up elegant pink flowers are similar to those of a Hollyhock and bloom for a whopping two months in the summer. (Perennial) Learn More →
Meadow Blazing Star is a true monarch magnet, attracting butterflies (and other pollinators) to the late summer garden with unique purple blossoms. Tall, upright plants reach 5’ in height and are perfect for a meadow or perennial garden border. This easy-to-grow native wildflower grows in full sun to partial shade and tolerates average soil. Deer resistant. (Perennial) Learn More →
Downy Wood Mint is a versatile native wildflower, thriving in almost any soil type and tolerating full sun to partial shade. Spiky purple/pink flowers bloom for several weeks in the early summer, attracting a variety of birds, bees, and butterflies to the garden. Deer resistant and easy to grow. (Perennial) Learn More →
Lead Plant is a shrub-like native wildflower, growing to be about 36” tall and topped by a purple mass of spiky flowers in the mid-summer. This versatile, low-maintenance wildflower withstands drought and helps prevent soil erosion. The showy flowers attract a variety of butterflies to the garden. Learn More →
Prairie Violet sets itself apart from other Violas in that it’s not an aggressive grower and will not take over your garden. This native, drought tolerant wildflower offers up rich purple blooms in the early spring that are long-lasting, often reblooming later in the summer months. Growing to only 3-6” tall, Prairie Violet is perfect for a small space or border garden. (Perennial) Learn More →
Foxglove Beardtongue is a pollinator magnet, attracting a wide variety of bees to the early summer garden, including honeybees, mason bees, bumblebees and even hummingbirds and butterflies. This native wildflower is extremely easy to grow, thriving in full sun to partial shade. Each stalk produces multiple white blooms in late spring to early summer. Deer resistant and easy to naturalize. (Perennial) Learn More →
Prairie Smoke’s pink, bell-shaped blooms create a unique show in the late spring to early summer. This native wildflower gets its name from the flowers as they go to seed; the bells open up and create wispy, silky blooms that resemble smoke. Fern-like foliage turns to a deep shade of red in the winter months. Spectacular! Deer resistant and drought tolerant. (Perennial) Learn More →
Plant our Giant Swallowtail Nectar Collection to attract giant swallowtail butterflies – and other pollinators – to your garden. This easy-to-grow collection provides a source of nectar-rich blooms and host plants for this butterfly species. Zinnia, Sunflowers, Swamp Milkweed, Rue and Showy Goldenrod provide blooms year after year. These varieties will thrive in almost any sunny spot in the garden or meadow. Learn More →
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