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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. Blue Linum perenne Seeds, Linum perenne , Blue Flax Seeds

    Blue Flax is one of the easiest wildflowers to grow and one of the most rewarding. The powder-blue blooms create a spectacular look in the meadow, on their own or paired with other w...

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    Blue Flax Seeds (Linum) Blue Flax Seeds Linum perenne
    As low as $15.95
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    Blue Flax is one of the easiest wildflowers to grow and one of the most rewarding. The powder-blue blooms create a spectacular look in the meadow, on their own or paired with other wildflowers. A ready re-seeder, it easily naturalizes.
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  2. Blue and White Aquilegia caerulea Seeds, Aquilegia caerulea, Blue Columbine Seeds

    Delicate, lacy foliage and bi-colored blooms create an elegant statement in the meadow. Also known as “Rocky Mountain Columbine,” this wildflower is drought-tolerant and easy to ...

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    Blue Columbine Seeds (Aquilegia) Blue Columbine Seeds Aquilegia caerulea
    As low as $49.95
    Per 1/4 Pound
    Delicate, lacy foliage and bi-colored blooms create an elegant statement in the meadow. Also known as “Rocky Mountain Columbine,” this wildflower is drought-tolerant and easy to grow. Perennial.
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