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For a stunning visual effect, choose your favorite wildflower seed species. By selecting seeds with varying bloom times, you'll ensure multiple bloom events throughout the season. These wildflower species are easy-to-grow and do well in a variety of soil and moisture conditions. You can plant a single variety, add a variety to one of our wildflower mixtures, or create your own custom mix.

All of our wildflower varieties are 100% Pure Seed and come with complete planting instructions. For best results, sow in early spring or fall and on direct soil. Learn more about Planting Wildflowers!

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  1. Pink and Red and White Cosmos bipinnatus Seeds, Cosmos bipinnatus, Cosmos Seeds

    Easy to grow and dependable, Cosmos add brilliant color starting in midsummer, lasting all the way until the frost. Beautiful in the meadow and cut for summer bouquets. Annual....

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    Cosmos Seeds Cosmos Seeds Cosmos bipinnatus
    As low as $8.95
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    Easy to grow and dependable, Cosmos add brilliant color starting in midsummer, lasting all the way until the frost. Beautiful in the meadow and cut for summer bouquets. Annual.
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  2. Red and Yellow Gaillardia pulchella Seeds, Indian Blanket Seeds

    Bold, flaming-red blooms are famous in the plains and desert states. However, this native beauty thrives anywhere and is a knockout in any garden or meadow. Annual....

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    Indian Blanket Seeds (Gaillardia) Indian Blanket Seeds Gaillardia pulchella
    As low as $12.95
    Per 1/4 Pound
    Bold, flaming-red blooms are famous in the plains and desert states. However, this native beauty thrives anywhere and is a knockout in any garden or meadow. Annual.
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