Flower seeds are a simple and affordable way to add beauty to the garden! Many flowers are easy to grow from seed, and virtually care-free! Whether you're looking for native flower seeds, or seeds for edible varieties, you'll find them here.
A collection of flowers that is sure to delight your senses.
Masses of fiery blooms blanket the garden all summer. Drought tolerant. Attracts butterflies!
A new, yellow beauty to blanket the garden with summer sunshine!
Double powder puff blooms on dwarf plants add charm and blazing sunset color to the water-wise garden.
Also known as Cowboy's Delight, these brightly colored flowers thrive in the most inhospitable conditions. NATIVE.
Transform these gourds into birdhouses, pots, planters, bowls, toys and whatever else you can imagine.
Use to make serving bowls, jewelry boxes, and many other beautifully decorated containers.
This unusual gourd is fun to grow, and will provide you with long lasting, eco-friendly, natural sponges!
Beware of goblins laying eggs in the garden! Great for arts and crafts, autumn decor, or fall decor.
A charming, mix of old-fashioned flowers your grandmother might have grown.
Silvery-blue, compact mounds with creamy flower spikes that nod in the breeze. Striking year-round accent.
Wonderful for flower arrangements; furry flowers are practically shatter-proof. Kids love these fuzzy, fun flower heads.
Satisfy your cat's craving for greens with a fresh, safe, nutritional alternative to houseplants and turfgrass!
Drifts of silver-blue leaves turn cinnamon red with golden tones in fall. Outstanding in borders. NATIVE.
This ornamental grass dances in the wind to its own music. In autumn, its coppery red color ripens to bronze.
Smell cherry pie? Large clusters of small, violet-blue flowers, have a sweet perfume reminiscent of cherries & vanilla.
Tall spires of peony-shaped double blossoms. Stunning in fresh or dried bouquets.
Regal, tall spires of old-fashioned single blossoms. Long bloom period. Stunning in cut flower arrangements.
Towers of edible, dark blossoms are a wicked addition to the back of the flower border, or a cottage garden.
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