Perennial Wildflower Seeds

Perennial Wildflower Seeds

Plant perennial wildflowers once for years of reliable color

Perfect for adding long-lasting color to your garden beds or meadows and great for hard-to-reach areas on your property, Perennial Wildflowers grow more dependable with each passing year. As they mature and become established, these gorgeous wildflowers will also become more self-reliant. All the seed we carry at American Meadows is Non-GMO, Neonicotinoid-Free and Guaranteed to Grow!

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  1. Yellow Maximilian Sunflower Seeds, Helianthus maximiliani

    Maximilian gives you the iconic color of Sunflowers but is a perennial, blooming year after year. This variety illuminates the garden with golden-yellow blooms all the way from summe...

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    Maximilian Sunflower Seeds Maximilian Sunflower Helianthus maximiliani
    As low as $19.95 Sale $16.95
    Per 1/4 Pound
    Maximilian gives you the iconic color of Sunflowers but is a perennial, blooming year after year. This variety illuminates the garden with golden-yellow blooms all the way from summer into fall. Reaching heights of 3-8’, this Sunflower will quickly become the true backbone of your perennial wildflower meadow or garden. Like all Sunflowers, Maximilian is easy to grow and attracts pollinators all season long. All of the seed we handle at American Meadows is non-GMO, neonicotinoid-free and guaranteed to grow. Perennial.
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  2. Purple Pale Spiked Lobelia Seeds, Lobelia spicata, Pale Spiked Lobelia

    This deer-resistant beauty boasts shorter, spiky-blooms with pale-purple flowers. Blooming in the summer through fall, Pale Spiked Lobelia is a favorite with pollinators and can tole...

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    Pale Spiked Lobelia Seeds Pale Spiked Lobelia Lobelia spicata
    $3.95 Sale $3.35
    Per Packet
    This deer-resistant beauty boasts shorter, spiky-blooms with pale-purple flowers. Blooming in the summer through fall, Pale Spiked Lobelia is a favorite with pollinators and can tolerate drier conditions than other Lobelia.
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