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Let everyone know you’re a fan of Florida’s native wildflowers.


We have seeds a plenty for your landscape, and accessories for the garden.

Wildflowers for home and garden

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Do your wildflowers kick grass? Of course they do! Tell the world that your wildflowers are better than a monoculture of grass any ol’ day with this colorful 8- by 3.5-inch bumper sticker ($2).

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Butterflies, bees and other wildlife depend on wildflowers … but they’re vanishing as more of  Florida’s natural habitat is lost to development each day.

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Bring zest to your landscape with some of our favorite wildflower species – perfect for starting your own Florida wildflower garden. Purchase a pack to share!

Seed Catalog

Did you know?

  • Flowering season refers to the main season of bloom. However, some plants may sporadically flower at other times of the year, especially if winter is mild.
  • Within a species, flowering usually begins first in South Florida and progresses north.
  • The length of the flowering season can be longer in South Florida. In fact, some species there may flower at any time of the year.
  • It’s best not to deadhead after a bloom – it will limit re-seeding.
  • Seed packets cover about 25 sq. ft.

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Seed packets are $3 each, plus shipping (calculated at checkout).

Lanceleaf Tickseed
(Coreopsis lanceolata)

Blooms in spring;
height to 1-1½ ft. Plant Sept.-mid-Nov. in full sun to light pine shade in slightly dry to slightly moist well-drained soil.

Sow seeds in:
N – September, October
C – Late September to mid-November




Leavenworth’s Tickseed
(Coreopsis leavenworthii)

Blooms spring-summer; height 1-3 ft. Plant Sept.-mid-Dec. in full sun to light pine shade in slightly moist to moist sandy soil.

Sow seeds in:
N – September, October
C – Late September to mid-November
S – Mid-October to mid-December




Blanketflower
(Gaillardia pulchella)

Blooms spring-fall; height 1-2 ft. Plant Sept-mid-Dec. in full sun to light shade in dry,

Sow seeds in:
N – September, October
C – Late September to mid-November
S – Mid-October to mid-December




Swamp Sunflower
(Helianthus angustifolius)

Blooms late summer-fall; height to 6 ft. Plant Sept.-mid-Dec. in full sun to light pine shade in moist soil.

Sow seeds in:
N – September, October
C – Late September to mid-November
S – Mid-October to mid-December




East Coast Dune Sunflower
(Helianthus debilis)

Blooms spring-fall; height 2-3 ft.; Plant Sept.-mid-Dec. in full sun to light pine shade in dry, sandy soils.

Sow seeds in:
N – September, October
C – Late September to mid-November
S – Mid-October to mid-December




Swamp Sunflower
(Helianthus angustifolius)

Blooms late summer-fall; height to 6 ft. Plant Sept.-mid-Dec. in full sun to light pine shade in moist soil.

Sow seeds in:
N – September, October
C – Late September to mid-November
S – Mid-October to mid-December




East Coast Dune Sunflower
(Helianthus debilis)

Blooms spring-fall; height 2-3 ft.; Plant Sept.-mid-Dec. in full sun to light pine shade in dry, sandy soils.

Sow seeds in:
N – September, October
C – Late September to mid-November
S – Mid-October to mid-December




Scarlet Rosemallow
(Hibiscus coccineus)

Blooms summer to mid-fall; height 3-6 ft. Plant Sept-mid-Nov. in full sun to part shade in moist soil.

Sow seeds in:
N – September, October
C – Late September to mid-November
S – Mid-October to mid-December




Dense Gayfeather
(Liatris spicata)

Blooms mid-Summer to mid-fall; height 1-5 ft. Plant Oct.-mid-Dec. in full sun to light pine shade in moist, sandy soil.

Sow seeds in:
N – October
C – Mid-October to mid-November
S – Late October to mid-December




Spotted Beebalm
(Monarda punctata)

Blooms mid-summer to fall; height 3-4 ft. Plant Sept-mid-Dec. in full sun to light shade in dry to moist sandy soil.

Sow seeds in:
N – September, October
C – Late September to mid-November
S – Mid-October to mid-December




Softhair Coneflower
(Rudbeckia mollis)

Blooms in summer; height 1½-3 ft. Plant June-early Nov. in full sun to light shade in dry sandy soil.

Sow seeds in:
N – Early June late September
C – Early June; Late September to early-November




Sunshine Mimosa
(Mimosa strigillosa)

Blooms spring-summer; height 6 inches. Plant June-mid-Dec. in full sun to light shade in moist to dry soil; seeds must be lightly sanded with sandpaper before planting.

Sow seeds in:
N – June to October
C – June to mid-November
S – June to mid-December

Note: Flowering the following spring is more likely for seeds sown in early summer.

Please read: Seeds must be scarified

Seeds have hard, water impermeable seed coats that prevent germination. Lightly abrading seeds on sandpaper or a concrete surface (scarification) for a few seconds will allow them to absorb water and germinate. To test seeds after scarification, place a few in a shallow dish of water. Sufficiently scarified seeds will swell within an hour or two; swollen seeds must be sown immediately. If most seeds do not swell, repeat the abrasion and retest. Scarified seeds should be sown within a week or two. Germination of non-scarified seeds will be very limited.

Softhair Coneflower
(Rudbeckia mollis)

Blooms in summer; height 1½-3 ft. Plant June-early Nov. in full sun to light shade in dry sandy soil.

Sow seeds in:
N – Early June late September
C – Early June; Late September to early-November




Sunshine Mimosa
(Mimosa strigillosa)

Blooms spring-summer; height 6 inches. Plant June-mid-Dec. in full sun to light shade in moist to dry soil; seeds must be lightly sanded with sandpaper before planting.

Sow seeds in:
N – June to October
C – June to mid-November
S – June to mid-December

Note: Flowering the following spring is more likely for seeds sown in early summer.

Please read: Seeds must be scarified

Seeds have hard, water impermeable seed coats that prevent germination. Lightly abrading seeds on sandpaper or a concrete surface (scarification) for a few seconds will allow them to absorb water and germinate. To test seeds after scarification, place a few in a shallow dish of water. Sufficiently scarified seeds will swell within an hour or two; swollen seeds must be sown immediately. If most seeds do not swell, repeat the abrasion and retest. Scarified seeds should be sown within a week or two. Germination of non-scarified seeds will be very limited.