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Anaphalis


Anaphalis margaritacea


Anaphalis margaritacea (Pearly Everlasting) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)
A popular wildflower for use in fresh or dried flower arrangements, Pearly Everlasting is grown not only for its pearly white blossoms, but also for its woolly white and silvery foliage. This native flower prefers dry, sunny climates, although it is

Andropogon


Andropogon gerardii


Andropogon gerardii (Big Bluestem) Seeds (1 product)
Tall and bending in summer zephyrs, 'Big Bluestem' is a backbone of the prairie. Admired for its early bluish color, this native grass produces three-fingered seed heads, August through September. Red shades of color will take over as summer

Anemone


Anemone canadensis


Anemone canadensis (Canada Anemone) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)
Glistening white, upward facing flowers, with bright yellow centers will make their debut in summer. The feathery foliage forms fluffy mounds, and is a perfect wildflower for a wild setting, as they spread by rhizomes quite rapidly. Ornamental and

Anemone cylindrica


Anemone cylindrica (Thimbleweed) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)
Delicate, white, star shaped blossoms brighten this prairie gem June through August. True to its name, the 'Thimbleweed' replaces its flowers with graceful, elongated seed heads that resemble thimbles. Distinctly divided, lobed leaves surround the

Anemone patens


Anemone patens wolfgangiana (Pasque Flower) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)
Unfolding their petals as soon as the snow is melted, this wildflower beauty sounds the spring wake up call! Large, satiny blooms crown this little plant. Completely covered with a silky fuzz, the Pasque Flower is well protected from late frost.

Anemone virginiana


Anemone virginiana (Tall Thimbleweed) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)
Here is a lovely wildflower that tolerates both sun and shade, and spreads easily! Flowers that are white or greenish-white top erect stems that reach 2 to 3 feet in height. The fruits are produced in dense rounded spikes that resemble thimbles,

Angelica


Angelica atropurpurea


Angelica atropurpurea (Angelica) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)
Featuring large umbels of tiny greenish-white to white flowers, this herbaceous perennial is found in swampy areas and stream banks. The young stems and leaf stalks were used by the Native Americans as a cooked vegetable, though parts of the plant

Antennaria


Antennaria plantaginifolia


Antennaria plantaginifolia (Pussytoes) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)
Not only will children (and adults!) enjoy petting this fuzzy-leaved wildflower, bees and butterflies love it too! Pussytoes will spread over time, forming a nice dense mat. Seed should be stratified before sowing indoors. This plant transplants

Anthemis


Anthemis nobilis


Anthemis nobilis (Roman Chamomile) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)
This sweet smelling plant bears daisy-like flowers, and it's fragrance may be described as crisp and fruity. Chamomile was believed to revive any wilting plants placed near it, and has also been used as a dye as well an herbal remedy to relieve wind

Aquilegia


Aquilegia caerulea


Aquilegia caerulea (Blue Columbine-Mixed) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)
This wild flower's scientific name “Aquilegia” is derived from the Latin word for eagle. This is most likely because of the five spurs of the flower which resemble an eagles talon! The plant boasts showy flowers that are attractive to birds. The

Aquilegia caerulea (Rocky Mountain Columbine) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)
The state flower of Colorado, this ornamental plant has gained popularity over the years and is now widely used in gardens. This clump-forming perennial features large, upward-facing, bi-colored flowers, traditionally in blue and white. Sometimes




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