Flower Seed

Shop and grow a beautiful selection of annual and perennial flower seeds. Try growing flowers for containers, cut flowers, or edible flowers!

The Crimson Rambler Ipomoea is one of the most popular flowering vines that produces a profusion of beautiful pink 4" trumpet-shaped flowers. These dense vines can grow to be 15 feet longer!

The Excelsior Mix Digitalis is a tall and elegant flower that produces a very lovely mixture of tubular flowers alternating in color. This variety also serves as a good border flower. The Excelsior Mix does very well in moist, shady areas where little else grows!

The Tall Mix Morning Glory is a combination of beautifully colored morning glories with heart shaped leaves and fuzzy vines that are super easy to grow! The Morning Glory is one of the most popular flowering vines and this variety produces a profusion of 4" inch, trumpet shaped flowers of indigo blue, maroon and white. These tall vines can grow up to 10+ feet tall! This mix blooms during the early morning hours and closes once the afternoon sun reaches them. The Tall Mix is attractive to hummingbirds and butterflies and also easily self-seeds.

The Humulus, or known as hops, is a climbing variety that produces green flowers that are most commonly used for brewing beer. The hops are what gives the beer its balance and depth as well as its bitterness.

The Grandpa Ott Ipomoea is a classic Morning Glory that produces beautiful deep purple blooms with a small, bright pink center! This favored variety is a tall growing vine flower that will climb up walls and fences. The Grandpa Ott's beautiful blooms open up to reveal its lovely petals. This variety is one of the easiest morning glories to grow!

A double headed bloom sunflower with bright-golden flowers. Blooms reach 6-7" in diameter with green-yellow centers. Minimal pollen. Branching.

The Heavenly Blue Ipomoea produces an abundance of big blooms of radiant blue flowers with cheery white throats that always attract attention! The Heavenly Blue variety is what most people picture when they think of Morning Glories. The soft blooms offer a delicate color on a vigorous, dense and carefree vine. The cheery white eye adds to the appeal of these blooms, which swirl open in the morning and then close again in afternoon.

An easy and productive greenery that is a beautiful filler for bouquets. The blooms of Persian are tiny seed pods on sturdy branches. Best to plant this every couple weeks to have a continual harvest.

Copper Plume is a great filler in floral arrangements. Highly productive plant with plum-wine plumes on long, strong stems feature small, paper-thin seed pods. Also known as orach and orache.

Head turning red blooms that make a beautiful display! Scarlet Sage is a perennial in Southern states and an annual in Northern climates. Blooms appear continuously from early summer to first frost. Trim them back and a new flush of blooms will appear. Hummingbirds cannot leave these magnificent blooms alone.

The Strawberry Digitallis is a vigorous and heavy-bearing perennial foxglove that produces beautiful, large blooms of deep "strawberry" pink. This variety is the longest lived foxglove on the market today.

Ruby Moon Hyacinth Bean, also known as Lablab purpureus or simply Hyacinth Bean, is a unique and versatile legume known for its vibrant appearance and culinary potential. This heirloom variety is named for its striking ruby-red pods and dark green foliage, making it an attractive addition to both ornamental and edible gardens. Ruby Moon Hyacinth Beans are typically grown as annuals, but in tropical regions, they can be perennial. In terms of taste, the young pods and seeds of Ruby Moon Hyacinth Bean are edible and have a mild, nutty flavor similar to green beans. They can be consumed both raw and cooked. However, it's important to note that mature seeds contain toxic compounds and should not be eaten without proper processing. Ruby Moon Hyacinth Beans have a rich history, with their cultivation dating back centuries, primarily in Asia and Africa. They are valued not only for their culinary uses but also for their ability to fix nitrogen in the soil, enhancing soil fertility. This plant is categorized as a warm-season annual and typically matures in about 60-90 days, depending on growing conditions. The size of the Ruby Moon Hyacinth Bean plant can vary, but it generally reaches a height of 6-10 feet, making it suitable for trellises or fences. When it comes to yield, you can expect approximately 10-15 pounds of pods per plant or around 800-1,200 pounds per acre under ideal conditions. These beans thrive in full sun and well-drained soil, and they require a warm climate to grow successfully. Adequate moisture and support for climbing are essential for a bountiful harvest. With proper care, Ruby Moon Hyacinth Beans can be a delightful addition to your garden, offering both visual appeal and a tasty, nutritious addition to your plate.

The Standard Chive is a hardy perennial herb that is equally attractive as it is delicious. The 6-12 inch tall clumps are perfect for patio containers! Along with the delicate, flat onion-flavored leaves, the standard chives is also popular for the cut and come again lavender flowers. This organic favorite is widely used as flavoring in many dishes.

A large reed-like plant with long dark green stems that produce male and female flowers. Flowers are dark brown and can sometimes appear almost black. Individual flowers are almost microscopic and can number anywhere from 50 to over 500 flowers per stem.

Carex comosa is a large tufted wetland sedge. The narrow leaves are lime green and shiny. In late spring triangular culms rise above the foliage to 5’ bearing large chartreuse bottlebrush shaped spikes. Attractive warm brown seed spikes follow. This bold sedge flourishes in sun or part sun in damp or wet sites. Plants prosper in difficult wet mucky soils or even in shallow water.

Also know as Bush Bluestem, this perennial grass is a tufting, sturdy, warm-season grass that will grow up to 4'. The foliage has a reddish tint. Interesting, beard-like flowers appear in fall. This plant prefers moist to damp sites and is not drought tolerant.

Indian Steel is a clump-forming perennial grass with an upright, open habit typically growing upwards of 5' tall. Under the right circumstances it can be 7-8' tall. Features slender (1/2" wide), blue-green leaf blades (8-12" long) which turn yellow in fall and retain some gold color throughout the winter.

The High Knee Sweet Pea is a semi-dwarf, bushy-flowered variety with a mix of lavender, pink, purple, red, salmon & white flowers. As with all Sweet Peas, this variety does best in regions with cool summer temperatures and do not do well in hot, humid summers. Use mulch to keep the soil cool and provide good air circulation for best growth. The Knee High produces long-lasting cut flowers.