Be amazed by rare and unusual flowers
- These flowers are often hard to find
- Their odd shapes and sizes turn heads
- Unusual flowers are great conversation starters
- Rare flowers provide an educational opportunity for gardeners
Exotic and diverse flowers to refresh your garden
Tired of growing the same thing year after year? Ready to set yourself apart from other growers? Then you’ve come to the right place. Take on a slight challenge and level up your gardening game by growing these unique and exotic flower seeds.
Mother nature is a creative genius, and this extensive collection of rare and unusual flowers is proof of that fact. The shapes and colors of these flowers range from wild to whimsical, and each design serves some specific purpose. These unique flowers come in all forms, from treasured heirloom varieties to open-pollinated wildflowers. These distinctive annual, perennial, and biennial varieties come from nearly every corner of the world to your home garden.
Rare wildflowers for the pollinator patch
Plant the otherworldly Passiflora vine—perhaps the most unusual flower in the world–next to an archway or trellis, and watch for the creamy buds to open, revealing blue and purple tendrils. Also called passionflower for its unique blooming habit, each flower only blooms once, for 24 hours, before dying back.
Plant an exotic pollinator patch with North American wildflowers like Lacy Phacelia, Swamp Milkweed, and Joe Pye Weed. Monarch butterflies and native solitary bees won’t be able to get enough! Feed and bees and yourself with a medicinal herb garden containing the funky, feather-topped Bee Balm or citrusy Lemon Mint.
Eccentric flowers make for intriguing bouquets
Some unique flowers make for striking dried flowers as well. Plant Starflower seeds for pale umbel-shaped blooms that dry to papery globes, the perfect textural touch to any bouquet. Dry the seedpods of Lunaria Annua Violet for gossamer-thin disks that give the plant its common name–money plant. Or grow Chinese Lanterns and watch the red seed pods slowly deteriorate to reveal the orange berries within.
Be the first to grow unique flowers in your neighborhood
At Eden Brothers, we make it our mission to find the rarest and most unusual flower seeds. These flowers are biological wonders, and our team of horticulturists is devoted to bringing the exotic to your home garden, no matter where you live.
Growing rare flower seeds isn’t challenging, but it does take a little more effort than the standard heat-loving annuals. Even so, growing unusual flowers from seeds is a rewarding task and an opportunity to learn. Many of these exotic flower seeds can be direct sown in the garden, with a few, including Statice Seeds - Pacific Mix, that prefer to be started indoors.
No matter what hardiness zone you grow in or what level of gardening experience you have, there’s an eccentric flower seed that will compliment your garden. Many of these unusual flowers are a favorite among pollinators and beneficial insects, so their benefits in your vegetable garden are many.
Surprise your neighbors and friends with these unique flower seeds, and impress them with your botanical knowledge. Exotic flower seeds are in high demand this year, so place your order today before these exquisite gems sell out for the season! If you’re new to gardening or need a refresher, you’ll find out how to plant and care for your garden in our resource center called Gardening 101.