Native wildflowers from the Pacific Northwest tolerate a variety of soils
Clarkia, native wildflowers of the western US, are best planted from seed. These brilliantly-colored, pinkish blooms were discovered by Lewis and Clark and are commonly seen throughout the Pacific Northwest. For low-growing, full-sun plants, choose bright and vivid Godetia. Taller, vertically placed powder-puff blooms appear on Farewell to Spring, an adaptable variety that tolerates the full gamut of soil types, and full sun to half shade sites.
A wildflower so beautiful, it's a garden flower too. Native to the NW, but happy anywhere. Great color. Annual....Learn More
Imagine pink powder puffs up and down bright red stems 2 ft. tall. That's beautiful "Farewell to Spring." Annual....Learn MoreFarewell to Spring Seeds Farewell to Spring Clarkia unguiculata or Clarkia elegansAs low as $9.95Per 1/4 PoundImagine pink powder puffs up and down bright red stems 2 ft. tall. That's beautiful "Farewell to Spring." Annual.Learn More