Organic Flower Mix
This collection includes a mix of 5 organic flower seeds. This collection includes:
Black Magic Bachelor Button - Bachelor buttons (Centaurea cyanus) are easy to grow, drought-tolerant flowers are also known as cornflowers. This particular variety is a deep purple maroon and makes a striking addition to bouquets or can be eaten in salads or on desserts.
California Poppy - Native to western North America, the California Poppy (Eschscholszia californica) is one of the easiest-to-grow wildflowers. Perennial in mild climates and readily re-seeding in all climates, California Poppy stays put once established, is not picky about soil, and requires little attention. It will bloom year-round in Mediterranean Southern California. Its silky orange flowers are attractive to bees and other pollinators.
Echinacea Purpurea - Echinacea purpurea, also referred to as Purple Coneflower or Eastern Purple Coneflower is a perennial wildflower native to eastern North America that has naturalized as far as the midwest. Echinacea seeds must be cold stratified and will produce blossoms at 120 days when seeded under ideal conditions and harvestable roots at 200 days.
Gaillardia - Gaillardia (Gaillardia aristata) is also named blanket flower due to the blossom color patterning that resembles the blankets of many indigenous American tribes. Numerous species and varieties of this plant are in circulation; our particular offering features brightly colored red and yellow discs. The fast-growing, drought tolerant, and tolerant of poor and varying soil types makes this plant is straightforward to grow and an ideal pioneer plant for establishing wildflower meadows. Plants are perennial and will bloom yearly in a moderate winter climate. 70-80 days from seed to flower.
Lemon Bee Balm - This plant is the most prolific flower we've grown on our farm, period. Lemon Bee Balm (Monarda citriodora) has a more rapid growth rate than its Bergamot Lavender relative; a few spring plants of this mint-family rhizome that a small stand of plants will fill out a wide swath of garden area by autumn. Plants form dense pink/light purple blossoms five to six inches tall, and as the name suggests, bees love this plant.
Thumbelina Zinnia Flower - These cheerful ornamental flowers (Zinnia elegans) are fast-growing and long-blooming, and the stout nature of this variety makes it ideal for growers with constrained space, such as urban or container gardeners. Plants flower with pink, red, and yellow blossoms - often in pastel shades - and thrive in hot summer temperatures.