Southeast Wildflower Seeds
If you’re planting wildflowers in the Southeast, these are the varieties for you! Plant one of our exclusive, custom-blended Southeast Wildflower Seed Mixes or choose from our wide selection of individual species. All are appropriate for planting in the Southeast, including: AL, AR, DC, FL, GA, LA, MS, NC, SC, TN, Eastern TX and VA. We’re proud to only sell 100% Pure, Non-GMO, neonicotinoid-free seeds.
Containing 26 different wildflowers that thrive when planted in the Southeastern US, the Southeast Wildflower Seed Mix brings steady color to the landscape throughout the summer seas.
Attract and support pollinators found in the southeast all season long with the Southeast Pollinator Wildflower Seed Mix. Colorful favorites like Clasping Coneflower, Sulphur Cosmos.
Help your local pollinator population by planting native wildflowers. Our Native Southeast Mixture contains 17 wildflowers, including Scarlet Sage, Blazing Star, Spiderwort and more.
All Annual Big Color Wildflower Seed Mix – Simplicity features a bold, simple color palette with 10 easy-to-grow annual wildflower varieties. This mix of wildflowers will make for be.
All Annual Big Color Wildflower Seed Mix – Variety will create a rainbow of color with 23 annual wildflower varieties. If you’re looking for a quick-blooming meadow to give you armfu.
Our Wildflower Lawn Seed Mix – Simplicity is the simple solution to replace your lawn with 9 compact annual wildflowers from 9 to 20 tall. This focused blend will bloom just weeks af.
Wildflower Lawn Seed Mix – Variety will fill your yard with the vibrant colors of 20 annual flower varieties from 9 to 24 tall. Replace your lawn with this compact mix for less work .
Containing 19 hardy species, the All Perennial Wildflower Seed mix is a beautiful way to bring lasting color to any landscape in zones 1-8. With 15 biennial and perennial wildflowers.
Partial Shade Wildflower Seed Mix is a colorful, varied mix of 26 annual and perennial wildflowers. A complementary color palette of pinks, reds, blues, and golds will brighten up an.
The Monarch Butterfly Wildflower Mix is an easy-to-grow compilation of 27 wildflowers that will thrive in any sunny location throughout the US. Including 4 different types of Milkwee.
We’ve put together two of our favorite annuals in our Zinnia and Cosmos Seed Combo. Plant this easy, vibrant flower duo for endless blooms from summer all the way until frost. You’ll.
The Red Poppy & Coreopsis Seed Combo quickly creates a warm setting in your summer garden, with blooms starting just weeks after planting. This duo doesn’t just look good together.
The Sunflower and Cosmos Seed Combo puts together two of the most iconic summer blooms. Native sunflowers are a shorter variety, growing to be 24-72” tall, making them a perfect ma.
The Daisy and Lupine Seed Combo creates an instant cottage garden feel in any sunny spot in the garden. This classic combination features drought-tolerant, easy-to-grow perennial Lup.
The Black Eyed Susan & Purple Coneflower Seed Combo is a native duo that creates instant charm and attracts a myriad of butterflies, bees, and other pollinators to the summer garden.
Limited Quantities Available!Texas Bluebonnet is a true-blue beauty and one of the worlds most well-known wildflowers. Famous for creating carpets of sweeping indigo color mid-season.
A field of Lupine is an amazing sight, with spiky blooms of saturated indigo-blue that last from late spring to summer. Combine them with later-blooming flowers (like Shasta Daisy an.
Like sunshine and blue skies, our Lanceleaf Coreopsis & Blue Flax Combo is the perfect pair of easy-to-grow native wildflowers. Both are easy to grow, are known for pest and disease .
Cosmos lights up the garden or meadow in midsummer with pink, crimson and white flowers that hold until frost on tall plants. Attractive to both butterflies and hummingbirds, its col.
Shasta Daisies boast huge white blooms, sunny yellow center disks and glossy green foliage and best of all, they flower for the entire summer season. Perky and cheerful, Shasta Daisi.
Red Poppy, also known as Flanders Poppy, is famed around the world for the carpet of red beauty it creates when in full bloom. A must-have for any wildflower meadow or garden, this e.
Purple Coneflower, also called Echinacea, is famous across the country for its stunning purple flowers and golden center cones. A perennial butterfly and bee magnet, this native wild.
Versatile, drought-tolerant and easy-to-grow, Black Eyed Susan adds a cheerful splash of color to the summer landscape. A native plant that attracts a variety of pollinators, Black E.
Blooming from mid-summer until frost, Zinnias are some of the easiest wildflowers to grow, adding their bright, cheerful color to any sunny spot with enthusiasm. These beloved annua.
The Wildflowers of the Southeast
Southern wildflower gardeners have some distinct advantages over their counterparts in other parts of the country. Mostly, the Southeast is blessed with a very long growing season, making it a grand home for wildflowers. What’s more, even though the south has heavy heat through summer, it does not “brown down” in the same way west Texas and the Pacific coast do once mid-summer arrives. The south stays green and in bloom, thanks to adequate rainfall through the summer and into fall.
The Southeast is a combination of several “floristic” regions. Areas such as Arkansas and the mountains of the Carolinas, Georgia and Tennessee are parts of the great Eastern Deciduous Forest which covered almost all the eastern half of the continent before European settlement. Botanists call the regions covering the coastal areas of the Southeast the Southeastern Mixed Forest. Great rivers and huge swampy areas in the coastal regions have made those areas a wonderful habitat for wildflowers.
As everyone knows, huge areas of the southeast have been cleared for agriculture, opening the forest floor to a wide variety of wildflowers, both native and naturalized. Our Proven Mixture for the Southeast takes all these characteristics into consideration, and is a balanced mixture of wild annual and perennial flower seeds that will do well for you. Depending on your exact location, certain wildflowers will do better than others, but because of the large species count in the mixtures, you should have a good show of season-long color no matter where you plant.
Because of the mild temperatures, Southeastern wildgardeners can plant in either spring or fall. Late March through April is best for spring, and early October into November is best for putting in fall plantings.
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We have hundreds of different Mixtures and Species for you to choose from for the Southeast region.