Wildflowers offer so much to the environment they are in, yet they are as diverse as the colors they display. 

Blackeyed Susan [Rudbeckia hirta] Butterfly Cuisine Low Growing Annual Wildflower Mixture
Blackeyed Susan [Rudbeckia hirta]Butterfly CuisineLow Growing Annual Wildflower Mixture

A perennial, Blackeyed Susan adds a plethora of color for weeks.

Butterfly Cuisine Contains: Black-eyed Susan, Butterfly Milkweed, Common Milkweed, Pale Purple Coneflower, Purple Coneflower and Wild Bergamot Seeding Information Seeding Rate: 1 Ounce per 100 Square Feet Seeding Dates: April – July Dormant...

Prepare yourself for a plethora of color! This mixture of lower stature annual wildflowers will blow your hair back with color that will last until the freezes come in fall. With nearly 25 species, this mixture will attract butterflies, bees and...




NOT TOO TALL WILDFLOWER MIX Blue Flax [Linum lewisii] Blue Vervain (Verbena hastata)
NOT TOO TALL WILDFLOWER MIXBlue Flax [Linum lewisii]Blue Vervain (Verbena hastata)

United Seeds’ Not Too Tall Wildflower Mixture is comprised of wildflowers that will reach a maximum height of three feet or less. The species in the mixture are will be blend well with lower growing native grass species or even as 100%...

Blue Flax is a perennial wildflower that produces many five petalled flowers.

Easy to establish, Blue Vervain produces violet flowers that will attact bees and butterflies. This single stemmed perennial thrives in moist to wet soils and grows to 4-5 feet tall. Seeding Rate: 0.1- 0.2 Ounces Per 1,000 Sq Ft Mature Height:...




Butterfly Milkweed (Asclepias) Cardinal Flower (Lobelia cardinalis) Grayhead Prairie Coneflower [Ratibida pinnata]
Butterfly Milkweed (Asclepias)Cardinal Flower (Lobelia cardinalis)Grayhead Prairie Coneflower [Ratibida pinnata]

Butterfly Milkweed is a great choice for any low maintenance flower bed or native setting. Perfect for attracting butterflys, Butterfly Milkweed is sure to add great color any where you decide to grow it. Seeding Rate: 0.25 - 0.50 Ounces Per...

Cardinal Flower is sure to attract all who wander past. This shade tolerant, single-stemmed plant prefers moist, rich soils and produces beautiful crimson red flowers. Seeding Rate: 0.05- 0.10 Ounces Per 1,000 Sq Ft Mature Height: 24-36" Flower...

A perennial with yellow

drooping flowers.




Lance Leafed Coreopsis [Coreopsis lanceolata] Mexican Hat [Ratibida columnifera] Native Wildflower Mixture
Lance Leafed Coreopsis [Coreopsis lanceolata]Mexican Hat [Ratibida columnifera]Native Wildflower Mixture

A perennial wildflower that adapts best to partial to full sun.

Mexican Hat is the red flowered version of Upright Prairie Coneflower.





Oxeyed Daisy [Chrysanthemum leucanthemum] Pale Purple Coneflower [Echinacea pallida] Patridge Pea [Cassia fasciculate]
Oxeyed Daisy [Chrysanthemum leucanthemum]Pale Purple Coneflower [Echinacea pallida]Patridge Pea [Cassia fasciculate]

Oxeyed Daisy, similiar to Shasta Daisty produces bold white flowers.

Pale Purple Coneflower is a perennial that blooms in mid-July to mid-August.

An annual, Partridge Pea blooms in July and August.




Plains Coreopsis [Coreopsis tinctoria] Purple Coneflower [Echinacea purpurea] Purple Prairie Clover [Dalea purpurea]
Plains Coreopsis [Coreopsis tinctoria]Purple Coneflower [Echinacea purpurea]Purple Prairie Clover [Dalea purpurea]

Plains Coreopsis is a slender growing annual with a multitude of red and yellow flowers.

Purple Coneflower is a large flowered perennial.

Purple Prairie Clover is a perennial legume having pinnately compound leaves.




Upright Prairie Coneflower Wild Bergamot (Monarda fistulosa)
Upright Prairie ConeflowerWild Bergamot (Monarda fistulosa)

Upright Prairie Coneflower is a short lived wildflower that prefers dry, well drained soils.

Butterflies and bees will love you for introducing Wild Bergamot into your native setting. This beautiful perennial flower will display it's beautiful lavender color in the summer and be a persistent mainstay in your garden or native prairie for...



When planning to incorporate wildflowers into your landscapes, consider the following:

  • Many wildflowers, llike native grasses have a seed that is dormant or has a very hard seed coat that inhibits germination. This is to protect the seed from germinating at the wrong time where it could be subjected to a killing frost. Pretty neat huh? This why the seed needs to imitate changes in seasons to break the dormancy and germinate at the right time.
  • We encourage frost seeding wildflowers to break the natural dormancy within the seed.
  • There are short, medium and tall wildflowers and carefully planning the locations of your wildflowers will result in a more natural look.
  • Some wildflowers needs 2-3 years to fully mature.