Spencer and Cliff recently designed and built a net-zero energy home nestled in the woods of Duxbury, Vermont. They moved in mid-summer and immediately got to work adding beauty to their newly-cleared, bare property. With sustainability, cost, and pollinators in mind, they used a variety of wildflow… Read More →
Includes: Northern CA, Western OR and Western WA. In Canada: BC.
All of the wildflower seeds that we sell are lab tested to ensure the best possible germination rates. We do not sell any genetically modified seeds (GMO).The wildflower seeds below are appropriate for the Pacific Northwest, and we have also provided links to our specialty categories.
With its plentiful rainfall, the Pacific Northwest is a great garden for wild flowers. What botanists call The Pacific Forest is unique on the continent, and is known for its grand stands of large fir, spruce, hemlock, cedar and redwoods, plus a huge diversity of smaller native plants and flowers.
With comparatively mild temperatures year round, your region has its own distinct group of native wildflowers, and many of them are in our mixtures. Species such as Chinese Houses, the beautiful Clarkias (Clarkia amoena & Clarkia unguiculata) and many more are enjoyed both in their native range and in many other regions of the United States.
Our Proven Mixture of Wildflower Seeds for the Pacific Northwest is our best-seller, and our premium All-Native Wildflower Mix for the Northwest has even more native species. Either mix can be successfully planted in the Northwest in spring or fall.
These striking, unusual Bicolor Anemones boast deep red and white two-toned blooms. Large, velvety flowers are truly stunning in the garden and create a dramatic statement. Hardy in zones 7-10 anemones can be planted as an annual in all other zones. Great for rock gardens and containers. Learn More →
This double-flowering Anemone mixture blooms in a rainbow of colors and brings exquisite drama to the spring garden. Anemones are also deer-resistant, making them perfect for gardens with hungry deer. Hardy in zones 7-10, considered an annual in all other zones. Learn More →