Flower Seeds

Growing your own flowers has a lots of benefits in the garden. They are beautiful for you and your neighbors, but also provide great habitat for a whole range of insects, pollinators and butterflies. Flowers can grow in containers, be established as wildflower meadows or beds, or just be integrated into your vegetable garden for diversity and improved pollination.

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    Rudbeckia Seeds - Black-Eyed Susan

    Rudbeckia hirta A cottage garden favorite for its easy to grow habit and ability to produce hundreds of blooms over the summer and fall. Excellent cut flower with up to...

    Rudbeckia Seeds - Gloriosa Daisy

    Rudbeckia hirta The Gloriosa Daisy is not a true daisy, but has daisy like flowers. It is in fact of the same species as Black Eyed Susans. 3' tall plants...

    Rudbeckia Seeds - Sochan

    Rudbeckia laciniata Also known as Cutleaf Coneflower, and Green Headed Coneflower. Well known and loved in permaculture circles. The roots are used in medicine much like Echinacea, the abundant greens...

    Zodiac Seed Packet, Gemini

    Twin hummingbirds flit about gathering nectar from a variety of flowers in this astrological seed packet. Also available in the zodiac collection tin. Designed by Carolyn Dugas of Studio Gooz....