Why we're wild for wildflower seed mixes
- Mixes designed to attract or deter garden critters
- Your choice of annual, perennial or both
- A mix for everything: color, region, size, and more
- Introduce a color explosion with one planting
Grow the Best Wildflower Mixes in your garden
Wildflower seed mixes are some of the most popular flowers to plant because they present such great variety in flower type and bloom time. Wildflower seeds are custom mixed at Eden Brothers to provide all kinds of solutions, to solve gardening problems, to work well in different regions and landscapes, and to simply give beauty to your garden and world. Choose from nearly 100 amazing wildflower mixes to plant your absolute best garden in spring or fall.
Wildflower Mixes for Regions, States, and Special Conditions
Wildflower seeds mixes include annual, perennial and biennial wildflower varieties. Some mixes are created for an explosion of color—we have flower mixes in shades of red, pink, yellow, white and many other color themes. Other mixes are designed for your particular garden or soil conditions. For instance, some wildflower varieties perform well in shade or have special moisture requirements. Some flower mixes are great for certain regions of the country, so we put together an entire assortment of regional wildflower mixes, from our Southeast Mix, to Midwest Mix, and Pacific Northwest Mix. We took that one step further by creating state collections. You’ll find a Texas Wildflower Mix, Florida Wildflower Mix, and special seed mixes for Georgia, North Carolina, Michigan, and California.
Save the Bees with Wildflower Mixes
Contrasting and distinctive, our wildflower mixes will surprise you daily with new blossoms and colors and the beneficial insects that they attract. A previously neglected field or patch of yard can become a lively scene of nature in action. Many wildflower mixes are designed to attract pollinators. Bees love them, as well as birds, butterflies, hummingbirds, and other beneficial insects for your garden. If you’re on the Save the Bees bandwagon (and you should be!), a wildflower garden is a must-have.
Hundreds of Popular Flower Varieties
Our flower mix selection contains hundreds of popular varieties like poppies, cosmos, zinnias, sunflowers, lupine, as well as other well-known heirlooms, open-pollinated, and organic varieties. A proud supporter of the Safe Seed Pledge, all our seeds have always been and continue to be untreated and non-GMO.
We’ve grouped some of the hottest trending flower varieties into Single Species Flower Mixes, so check out the California Poppy Mix or Daisy Flower Mix for starters. Another favorite flower mix category is Eden Brothers Exclusive Mixes. Here you’ll find rare flower combinations that you won’t see anywhere else. The Fairy Tale Flower Seed Mix is colorful, dreamy, and great for a kids’ garden. Our Field of Dreams Mix contains all red, white, and blue flowers perfect for holiday celebrations and sharing with neighbors.
No matter what growing zone you’re in, or whether you have an entire meadow or a small patiocontainer garden, there’s a wildflower mix here to meet your needs.
Learn How to Plant Wildflower Seeds
Maybe you’re a beginner gardener. If so, that’s great because these wildflower mixes are incredibly easy to plant and care for. First, determine what seeds you’d like to grow. Our website has a features tab on the left-hand column of this page to search all of our flower seed mixes by special identifiers, like “attracts pollinators,” “heirloom,” or “easy to grow and maintain.”
What is the Best Month to Plant Flower Mixes?
Deciding when to plant wildflowers is the next step. Depending on where you live, these mixes can be planted in spring, summer, and fall. Spring planting is best to begin within a month or so after the final frost of the winter season. Summer planting is best for cooler areas where temperatures don’t get above 80 degrees or more for long periods of time. Finally, to plant wildflowers in fall, the trick is to do so after the first killing frost of the season and when the ground is nearly frozen to prevent any chance of germination.
Learn more about planting wildflower mixes in our Gardening 101 resource center. There’s even a guide for How to Plant a Wildflower Meadow. You’ll be on your way to transforming a flower bed, garden border, and lawn in no time.
Bulk Wildflower Seeds
The flower mixes are for sale in bulk, so if you have a large space, you’ll save money when purchasing larger quantities. Of course, there’s always the option of a simple wildflower seed mix packet as well. Now what? Turn on your favorite gardening album, and start your new wildflower hobby.