The Best Meadows Start With Regional Wildflower Seed Mixes
Learn All About Our Regional Wildflower Seed Mixes & Find The Right Mix For Your Yard
The first step in growing a flourishing wildflower meadow is to start with seeds that are suited to your region's climate and growing conditions. From beginners to experienced meadow gardeners alike, our customers tell us time and time again about their interest and excitement for growing wildflowers. How does meadowscaping make it better? Gardeners like you have told us that you want to grow wildflowers so that you can...
- Enjoy quick-blooming flowers with bold color
- Restore ecosystems and sustain biodiversity with beautiful and beneficial plants
- Create a habitat buzzing with pollinators like bees, butterflies, and birds
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Inspired by your ideas, The Seed Man carefully formulated our collection of Regional Wildflower Seed Mixes. We offer expertly crafted mixes with wildflowers that are known to thrive in each region of the United States: Northeast, Southeast, Midwest, Southwest, West, and Pacific Northwest. All mixes feature annual and perennial wildflowers – annuals for blooms in the first season, and perennials for flowers that bloom year after year. Each mix features a variety of native and non-native flowers that bloom from spring through fall, so you'll have color and pollinators in your meadow all season. Native species are specific to your region and will host your native pollinators, while non-native species can still thrive (but not invade) your region, and will support the non-native pollinators like the beloved honey bee. Year after year, these are some of our most popular mixes, and we love to see the gorgeous meadow photos our customers send our way.
For each region, we've formulated three mixes to reflect the most common reasons why gardeners want to plant wildflowers.
- Native Regional Wildflower Seed Mixes are formulated with 100% native wildflower species that grow in harmony with the climate and wildlife of each region
- Regional Wildflower Seed Mixes are formulated with a mix of native and non-native wildflowers for easy-to-grow color all season
- Regional Pollinator Wildflower Seed Mixes are formulated with nectar-rich native and non-native wild flowers to support pollinators
About Our Native Regional Wildflower Seed Mixes
Bring your meadow back to its roots with beautiful and beneficial plants. Restore ecosystems and sustain biodiversity by planting a mix of 100% native wildflowers. These flowers are well-adapted to your climate, making them easy to grow and resilient. Plus, they are the best choice for providing habitat for local pollinators, birds, and wildlife.
Takeaway: These mixes are a great choice for gardeners looking to protect soil, conserve water, and restore habitat with colorful, low-maintenance flowers.
Restore native habitat to the landscape by planting the Native Northeast Wildflower Mix. Containing 18 native wildflowers found throughout New England and the mid-Atlantic, including...Learn MoreNative Northeast Wildflower Seed Mix Native Northeast Wildflower Seed MixAs low as $24.95Per 1/4 Pound
Plant wildflower native to your area to help preserve your local eco-system and help out the pollinators in your area. Our Native Pacific Northwest Mixture contains 15 wildflowers, i...Learn MoreNative Pacific Northwest Wildflower Seed Mix Native Pacific Northwest Wildflower Seed MixAs low as $24.95Per 1/4 Pound
Help your local pollinator population by planting native wildflowers. Our Native Southeast Mixture contains 17 wildflowers, including Scarlet Sage, Blazing Star, Spiderwort and more,...Learn MoreNative Southeast Wildflower Seed Mix Native Southeast Wildflower Seed MixAs low as $24.95Per 1/4 Pound
Our easy-to-grow Native Southwest Mixture contains 16 wildflowers, including Desert Marigold, Pink Primrose, Gold Poppy and more, that are native to the Southwest. This low-maintenan...Learn MoreNative Southwest Wildflower Seed Mix Native Southwest Wildflower Seed MixAs low as $24.95Per 1/4 Pound
Seed Tip: All wildflower seed at American Meadows is non-GMO and neonicotinoid-free. There are no harmful chemicals in our seeds that will hurt bees, butterflies, or beneficial bugs, so you can plant a healthy habitat for pollinators.
About Our Regional Wildflower Seed Mixes
The original mixes that started it all. These mixes are designed to bloom from spring until fall, with over 20 wildflower species in each mix that are known to thrive in your region. These mixes include both native and non-native pollinator-friendly wildflowers seeds. A healthy balance of quick-blooming annual wildflower varieties offers bold color in the first season, while perennial wildflowers will naturalize and bloom year after year.
Takeaway: Our original Regional Wildflower Seed Mixes offer variety, bright first season color, and affordability – a great choice for beginning gardeners!
This favorite wildflower mixture is comprised of 28 different wildflowers, both annuals and perennials, that will thrive in the Pacific Northwest region of the country. The Pacific N...Learn MorePacific Northwest Wildflower Seed Mix Pacific Northwest Wildflower Seed MixAs low as $11.95Per 1/4 Pound
Seed Tip: All of our mixes are 100% pure seed, with no fillers added — which you can't find in most commercial garden centers or box stores. Plus, our seeds are guaranteed to grow!
About Our Regional Pollinator Wildflower Seed Mixes
Wildflowers are the perfect solution for supporting bees, butterflies, beneficial insects, and even hummingbirds! These mixes feature both native and non-native nectar-rich wildflower varieties to nourish pollinators from spring through fall, plus essential host plants for habitat, such as native Milkweed to support Monarch butterflies. These colorful flowers look beautiful, too!
Takeaway: If you'd like to see your meadow buzzing and humming with life, our Regional Pollinator Wildflower Seed Mixes are your best choice.
Our Midwest Pollinator Mix contains a blend of 20 wildflowers that provide crucial habitat and food for pollinators found in the midwest. Providing colorful season-long blooms in the...Learn MoreMidwest Pollinator Wildflower Seed Mix Midwest Pollinator Wildflower Seed MixAs low as $14.95Per 1/4 Pound
Plant your support for the disappearing pollinator population in your own backyard with our Northeast Pollinator Mix. This easy-to-grow blend is designed to provide food and habitat ...Learn MoreNortheast Pollinator Wildflower Seed Mix Northeast Pollinator Wildflower Seed MixAs low as $14.95Per 1/4 Pound
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, providin...Learn MorePacific Northwest Pollinator Wildflower Seed Mix Pacific Northwest Pollinator Wildflower Seed MixAs low as $14.95Per 1/4 Pound
Attract and support pollinators found in the southeast all season long with the Southeast Pollinator Wildflower Seed Mix. Colorful favorites like Clasping Coneflower, Sulphur Cosmos,...Learn MoreSoutheast Pollinator Wildflower Seed Mix Southeast Pollinator Wildflower Seed MixAs low as $14.95Per 1/4 Pound
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 ground...Learn MoreSouthwest Pollinator Wildflower Seed Mix Southwest Pollinator Wildflower Seed MixAs low as $14.95Per 1/4 Pound
Plant low-maintenance wildflowers in your garden or meadow to help our disappearing pollinator population. Our Western Pollinator Mix is made up of 16 easy-to-grow wildflowers that p...Learn MoreWestern Pollinator Wildflower Seed Mix Western Pollinator Wildflower Seed MixAs low as $14.95Per 1/4 Pound
Regional Wildflower Mixes: Which Mix Is Right For Your Yard?
Not sure which region you're located in? Find your state below.
Northeast: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, West Virginia
Southeast: Alabama, Arkansas, Washington DC, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, East Texas, Virginia
Midwest: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, Wisconsin
Southwest: Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Southern California, Southern Nevada, Western Texas
West: Eastern Washington, Eastern Oregon, Northern Nevada, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado
Pacific Northwest: Northern California, Western Oregon, Western Washington
One of the reasons we love wildflowers so much is the ease with which anyone can grow them and enjoy a spectacular landscape. So whether you’re an expert or a first-time gardener, our regional wildflower mixes are sure to be your recipe for wildflower success — we guarantee it!
If you're just starting with wildflowers, consider planting a raised bed or large planter box for your first season. You can see how the wildflowers grow in your area. If, like most of us, you're hooked, the next season you can start incorporating wildflowers into your container plantings, garden beds, replacing your lawn, and everywhere else!
More Helpful Tips From American Meadows
The first step in creating a successful wildflower meadow is to start with the best seed for your region. In the 35+ years we’ve been growing and selling wildflowers, we’ve had the opportunity to speak with gardeners all around the country to learn what they're hoping for from meadows of every size.
The top goals for growing wildflowers that we hear time and time again? You want to...
- See quick, bold color,
- Support pollinators, and
- Restore native landscapes
We took your ideas, and with our wildflower expertise, carefully formulated 3 Regional Wildflower Seed Mixes. Year after year, these are our most popular seed mixes, and we never tire of the gorgeous meadow photos our customers send our way!
At America Meadows, we're proud of offer special mixes customized for gardeners in every region and climate of the United States! If you're growing on acres of land, or in a small plot in a city garden - our regional wildflower mixes are designed to make it easy for you to grow a beautiful display of wildflowers!
Find Wildflower Seed Mixes For Your Region:
- Northeast (CT, ME, MA, RI, VT, NH, DE, PA, NY, NJ, MD, WV)
- Southeast (AL, AR, DC, FL, GA, LA, MS, NC, SC, TN, East TX, VA)
- Midwest (IL, IN, IA, KS, KY, MI, MN, MO, NE, OH, WI)
- Southwest (AZ, NM, OK, South CA/NV, Western TX)
- Western (Eastern WA/OR Northern NV, ID, MT, ND, SD, WY, UT, CO)
- Pacific Northwest (Northern CA, Western OR/WA)
For each region, we've formulated three mixes, to help you reach your wildflower meadow goals.
- Classic Regional Wildflower Seed Mixes include dozens of varieties
- Native Regional Wildflower Seed Mixes include with over 10 native species in each mix
- Pollinator Regional Wildflower Seed Mixes are blended with dozens of species, including host plants for beneficial bugs, and nectar-rich flowers that bloom from spring all the way through fall.
We often hear questions about the difference between these mixtures and thought we'd take the time to talk about the benefits of each and what they can add to your landscape.
Our Pacific Northwest Wildflower Mix looking fantastic planted in tall raised beds in a customer's city garden.
Regional Wildflower Mixes: The Original Classic Formula
We created our first regional seed mixtures in 1981 and in the 37 years since, have tinkered with the species based on gardeners’ feedback. Today, our regional wildflower mixtures are our best mixes for quick, easy color. Many of these mixtures contain over 20 species with a large collection of annuals, which means they offer up explosive color in the first season. They also have plenty of perennial species to naturalize and bloom year after year. The varieties in each mixture grow well regionally. and we’ve designed these mixtures to flower from spring until fall so you’ll always enjoy something in bloom.
Did you know? All of our mixtures are 100% pure seed, which you can't find in commercial garden centers. See how our mixtures stacked up against other retailers.
Takeaway: Our "classic" Regional Wildflower Seed Mixes are the best choice for the most variety of species, first season color, and are extremely affordable.
Our Native Southwest Mixture contains colorful California Poppies, Lupine, and more.
Regional Wildflower Mixes: Native Formulas
After formulating our classic regional mixtures, we heard from gardeners throughout the country that they wanted to bring their meadows back to their roots — meaning they wanted to restore their habitat to feature only native wildflowers to their region. So back in 2000, we created our native regional mixtures with over a dozen native wildflowers for each part of the country. These mixes are a great choice for gardeners looking to protect soil, conserve water, and restore habitat with colorful, low-maintenance flowers. These mixtures are also an easy and safe way to help and attract local pollinators and wildflowers.
Takeaway: Our Native Regional Wildflower Seed Mixes are for gardeners who want to plant wildflowers native to their area and enjoy color all season long, year after year. These mixes feature wildflower varieties naturally found in your geographic area and are the only mixtures you’ll find with such a large assortment of native seeds.
Our Midwest Pollinator Wildflower Mix in bloom, illuminating this customer's meadow.
Regional Wildflower Mixtes: Pollinator Formulas
Gardeners everywhere know that we need to do all we can to plant for pollinators! Gardeners let us know they wanted a wildflower mixture specially formulated to do just that. In just the few short years since we crafted these Regional Pollinator Wildlflower Seed Mixes, they’ve become some of our most popular. Each mix contains nectar-rich flowers all pollinators love, as well as essential host plants, such as milkweed for monarch butterflies. We are proud to be the only national wildflower brand offering pollinator mixes that are specially designed for the different regions and climates of our country!
Did you know? All of the seed we handle at American Meadows is non-GMO and neonicotinoid-free, which means you can plant for pollinators with confidence. There are no harmful chemicals that will hurt bees, butterflies, or beneficial bugs in our seeds.
Takeaway: If attracting and supporting a healthy population of pollinators is your priorty, our Regional Pollinator Wildflower Seed Mixes are your best choice. They provide nectar and breeding grounds for pollinators from the early season all the way through fall, year after year. Bonus: they look gorgeous, too!
Our Northeast Wildflowre Seed Mixture lighting up the slopes in the off-season at Sugarloaf Resort in Maine.
Regional Wildflower Mixtures: How To Get Started
Getting excited about adding a regional wildflower mix to your landscape this season - but aren't sure where to start? That’s where we come in! We have planting guides to help you figure out how much seed you’ll need, and detailed instructions that will tell you all the best practices for prepare your soil, seeding, planting, watering, and aftercare. If there is anything else you need to know about planting wildflowers, you can call us! Our friendly team is happy to share our knowledge to help you grow an amazing wildflower meadow.
Wildflowers 101: Where to Start:
- How To Plant Wildflowers is our comprehensive wildflower planting guide that contains everything you need to know about planting and growing wildflowers.
- Watch our wildflower videos to learn about different species and mixtures.
- Use our seed coverage calculator to see how much seed you need to plant in your garden.
- Learn all about fall maintenance and whether or not you should cut your wildflowers back at the end of the season.
- Learn how to store extra seed for next season.
- Read our most frequently asked wildflower questions (and the answers).
One of the reasons why we love wildflowers so much — and built our business around them — is the ease with which anyone can grow them and enjoy a spectacular landscape. So whether you’re an expert or a first-time gardener, our regional wildflower mixtures are sure to be your recipe for wildflower success — We guarantee it!
If you're just starting with wildflowers, consider planting a raised bed or large planter box for your first season. You can see how the wildflowers grow in your area. If, like most of us, you're hooked, the next season you can start incorporating wildflowers into your lawn, other garden beds, and everywhere else!
Our Western Pollinator Mixture in bloom.