Native Wildflower Seed
Native Wildflower Seed - Showy Evening Primrose

Native wildflowers occur naturally in the United States and are your best choice when growing flowers from seed. They are easy to grow, resistant to drought and pests, and attract butterflies, hummingbirds and songbirds to your home. Fall through early winter is a great time to sow most native wildflower seeds, after the chance of warm temperatures has passed. Early spring planting is also good, as it allows the seeds to benefit from natural precipitation. Our selection features the best native wildflower seeds for most regions in the US.

Click on the name of a native variety listed below to view its detailed product and pricing information.

Annual Native Wildflower Seed Varieties

Baby Blue Eyes
Baby Blue
Eyes

Blazing Star
Blazing Star
Blue Flax
Blue Flax
California Bluebell
California
Bluebell
Chinese Houses
Chinese
Houses
Clarkia
Clarkia
Clasping Coneflower
Clasping
Coneflower
Dwarf Plains Coreopsis
Dwarf Plains
Coreopsis
Dwarf Red Plains Coreopsis
Dwarf Red
Plains
Coreopsis

Farewell To Spring
Farewell To
Spring

Five Spot
Five Spot
Gloriosa Daisy
Gloriosa Daisy
Indian Blanket
Indian Blanket
Mountain Phlox
Mountain Phlox
Plains Coreopsis
Plains Coreopsis
Prairie Aster
Prairie Aster
Red Drummond Phlox
Red Drummond
Phlox

Perennial Native Wildflower Seed Varieties

California Poppy
California
Poppy

Columbine
Columbine
Evening Primrose
Dwarf Evening
Primrose
Evening Primrose
Evening
Primrose
Gaillardia
Gaillardia
Gayfeather
Gayfeather
Gray Headed Coneflower
Gray Headed
Coneflower
Lance Leaf Coreopsis
Lance Leaf
Coreopsis
Lemon Mint
Lemon Mint

Mexican Hat
Mexican Hat

Perennial Lupine
Perennial
Lupine
Purple Coneflower
Purple
Coneflower
Purple Prairie Clover
Purple Prairie
Clover
Rocky Mountain Penstemon
Rocky Mountain
Penstemon
Scarlet Sage
Scarlet Sage
Showy Evening Primrose
Showy Evening
Primrose
White Prairie Clover
White Prairie
Clover
Wild Blue Iris
Wild Blue Iris