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Superior quality wildflower seed mixes for a range of geographic regions and growing conditions, comprised of custom blends of annual and naturalizing perennial seeds. Smaller-seeded mixes are blended with inert material where noted, to promote even distribution when sowing.

Texas Native Wildflower Apache Plateau Mix

Flower Native Texas Apache Plateau Mix 500 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds


This mix works well in the shallow soils of the Hill Country and the Edwards Plateau west, and provides blooms for the spring and summer. The mixture of annuals and perennials will allow for blooms year after year. Allow the annuals to re-seed before mowing. Best results to sow in fall for spring blooms can grow up to 4 inches tall.

Contains: A mix of Texas favorites: Bush Sunflower, Cutleaf Daisy, Foxglove, Gayfeather, Golden-Wave, Greenthread, Indian, Blanket, Limestone Gaura, Missouri Primrose, Purple Prairie Clover, Texas Bluebonnet, Standing Cypress, and Yellow Prairie Flax.

Texas Native Wildflower Bluebonnets

Flower Native Texas Bluebonnet 100 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds


A hardy winter annual native to Texas. Adopted as the "State Flower of Texas", this is the most commonly seen variety along roadsides and in uncultivated pastures throughout the state. Flowers are densely arranged on a spike with a characteristic ice white terminal tip.

Bluebonnets cannot tolerate poorly drained, clay based soils. Seed planted in poorly drained soils will germinate, but plants will never fully develop. Seedlings will become either stunted or turn yellow and soon die.

Prefers a sloped area in light to gravelly, well drained, soil with a pH level between 6-7. Bluebonnets require 8 hours of direct sun. Blooms in about 70 days.

Suggested Use: Raised flower beds, half wooden barrels, hanging baskets, mixtures, hillsides, roadsides and meadows.

Miscellaneous: Easy to grow from seed providing you do not have an overabundance of rainfall and plant in well-drained soils.

Texas Native Wildflower Cowpen Daisy

Flower Native Texas Daisy Cowpen 50 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds


Also known as Golden Crownbeard, the Cowpen Daisy is an annual that loves sandy and disturbed soils. It has many branches covered with large yellow blooms. It is one of the larval food plants of the bordered patch butterfly. Grows to a height of 4 inches. Blooms April to October, Annual, for best results plant in the fall.

Texas Native Wildflower Cutleaf Daisy

Flower Native  Texas Daisy Cutleaf 200 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds


Also known as Engelman Daisy, this easy-to-grow perennial blooms from February to November, but mostly from March to July.  At the base of the plant, the leaves are 6" to 12" long and deeply lobed, giving this wildflower the name Cutleaf Daisy. The foliage is very attractive on its own.  Cut back the bloom stems when they have passed their prime, and the plant will be set to bloom again when conditions suit it.  Blooms February to November, Perennial, for best results plant in the fall grows between 1 to 3 inches in height.

Texas Native Wildflower Green Milkweed

Flower Native Texas Milkweed Green Antelope Horn 50 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds


Green Milkweed is a native, perennial or herb with alternate, entire leaves. The leaf margins are often wavy.

Flowers are white and in an umbel, mostly one per plant. Upon close inspection, some rose or purple color is evident in the center of each individual flower.

The milky substance that is exuded when a plant part is broken is very sticky, much resembling “Elmer’s glue.” These milkweeds bloom from late spring to middle summer.

Blooms April to September, perennial, for best results plant in early spring when soil temperatures have reached 70 degrees.

Hummers and Singers Mix Texas Native Wildflower

Flower Texas Native Hummers and Singers Mix 500 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds


This mix contains favorites among our winged friends. Songbirds and hummingbirds use these plants as food source, nesting materials and cover. Select a sunny space.

Contains both annuals and perennials including:  Greenthread, Bush Sunflower, Partidge Pea, American Basketflower, Purple Coneflower, Cutleaf Daisy, Illinois Bundleflower, Lemon Mint, Purple Prairie Clover, Black-sun Susan, Maximillian Sunflower, Gayfeather, Scarlet Sage, Standing Cypress, Butterfly Weed, Pink Evening Primrose, Foxglove, Annual Winecup, and Mealy Blue Sage.

Texas Native Wildflower Indian Blanket

Flower Texas Native Indian Blanket 500 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds


Sometimes referred to as "Firewheel," Indian Blanket is one of the showiest wildflowers around.

A super-easy annual that grows one to two feet in height, it blooms from May to July and sometimes later, and appears just as the Texas Bluebonnets are finishing.

Find a sunny corner in the yard to plant Indian Blanket. You can plant the seeds in the late Fall or very early Spring, and there is no need to till before planting - just scalp the grass and rake the area, so that the seeds make good soil contact.

Blooms May to July, Annual, for best results plant in the fall.

Texas Native Wildflower Lady Bird's Legacy Mix

Flower Native Texas Lady Bird's Legacy Mix 500 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds


A hardy winter annual native to Texas. Components of the mix are among Lady Bird’s favorites, and are well-suited to Central Texas. Comprised of annuals and perennials you will see blooms from spring – early summer.  Best results to sow in fall for spring blooms.  Contains a mix of Texas favorites: Texas Bluebonnet, Indian Blanket, Lemon Mint, Plains Coreopsis, Black-Eyed Susan, Purple Coneflower, Pink Evening Primrose, Prairie Verbena Indian Paintbrush, and Annual Winecup.  Best results to sow in fall for spring blooms.

Texas Native Wildflower Lemon Mint

Flower Native Texas Lemon Mint (Horsemint) 100 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds


Also known as "Horsemint," this native annual grows from Missouri to Kansas to Mexico.

Aromatic foliage makes it deer resistant. Citridora is used as a natural insect repellent, and when it is plentiful you can grab a handful of leaves and rub them on your skin to keep the bugs away.

Native Americans incorporated the use of Lemon Mint leaves for edible greens, seasoning, and as an aromatic tea. Allow it to re-seed itself before mowing.

Blooms May to June. Annual; for best results plant in the fall.

Texas Native Wildflower Rose Swamp Milkweed

Flower Native Texas Rose Swamp Milkweed 50 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds


Also known as Pink Milkweed, Swamp Milkweed likes to grown in swampy areas, wet thickets, and along the shoreline, and is Ideal for gray water areas and ponds. Despite its name it will grow in drier habitats and is found growing throughout the United States. It’s small, pink and sometimes white flowers can be seen usually during the months of August and September.  Blooms June to October, Perennial, for best results plant in the fall.

Texas Native Wildflower Scarlet Sage

Flower Native Texas Scarlet Sage 500 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds


Loves the heat. A hardy annual or tender perennial, native to Texas, and found throughout the southern portion of the United States.  In warmer climates, this variety tends to act as an annual. The fluorescent red tubular flowers are concentrated in whorls surrounding a square stem. Prefers sandy to gravelly soil in full sun to partial shade. Suggested use: Mixtures, borders, floral gardens, roadsides, fields. Miscellaneous: Hummingbirds and butterflies will flock to this garden favorite.  Blooms in about 52 days.

Texas Native Wildflower Standing Cypress

Flower Native Texas Standing Cypress 100 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds


This spectacular red flowering biennial attracts butterflies and hummingbirds galore! It thrives in a wide range of soils from caliche to rich bottom lands. Grows from North Carolina to Florida to Texas. Plants bloom the second spring after planting. After its blooming period the second year, the plant reseeds readily before dying. Seedlings can be transplanted in late fall. The plants are highly popular as cut flowers, often lasting a week or more. Blooms May thru June, Biennial, for best results plant in Fall.

Texas Native Wildflower Wine Cup

Flower Native Texas Wine Cup 100 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds


A hardy, drought tolerant, sprawling perennial native to Texas and the central United States.  The numerous trailing stems spread vine-like over the ground originating from a carrot-like tuber. The magnificent dark purple-red or wine colored flowers are numerous found at the end of slender stems.The flowers close each evening and remain permanently shut after pollination. The stems and leaves of the entire plant die back in the heat of summer and should be trimmed to promote fall growth.  Easy to grow from seed, or can be started from the carrot-like tuber. Prefers full sun in gravelly or sandy soils.

Texas Native Wildflower Yellow Star

Flower Native Texas Yellow Star 500 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds


Texas Yellow Star sometimes begins flowering when not over 2 inches tall, and continues blooming while growing taller. In a cultivated area it can get up to 30" tall with hundreds of blooms.  The common name, Texas Yellow Star, is derived from the yellow flowers that have five petals or rays that correspond to the five points of the Texas Lone Star emblem. Texas Yellow Star is found throughout all of Texas, north to OK east to AR & LA and south into Mexico.  Grows to a height of 6 to 20 inches. Texas Yellow Star, Lindheimera texana, is one of the first spring bloomers to cover the country side. This yellow daisy makes a dramatic announcement that spring is here with roadsides and prairies covered in brilliant yellow blooms.  Bloom time will last through May but with the onset of the heat of summer the blooms start to fade.  Blooms Aug to Oct, Perennial, for best results plant in the fall.

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