EXPERT-MADE MEADOWS TO GET YOU STARTED!
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Wild For Wildflowers
When you want an effortless display of colorful blooms that last from spring until fall, you can’t beat our wildflower seed mixes for meadowscaping! Our No Mo Flowering Lawn provides a soft, flowering groundcover for walking between your wildflowers. Enjoy visits from bees, birds, and butterflies who will rejoice to find so much abundance in your yard.
Invite flying friends to your yard with a nectar buffet from the ground up. Our No Mo Flowering Lawn provides a soft, flowering groundcover for walking between your wildflowers. Milkweed plants are the host plants for Monarch butterflies – the essential food source for their caterpillars! Sunflowers and a mix of colorful annual wildflowers will provide nectar from spring through fall.
Native Plants Habitat Garden
Resilient native plants are must-haves for any garden, because they’re beautiful, easy to grow, and they provide habitat for pollinators and wildlife. The colorful blooms of Coneflowers, Black Eyed Susans, Bee Balm, Joe Pye Weed, and Milkweed will bloom all summer, attracting bees and butterflies. Native ornamental grasses give your meadowscape attractive structure and texture, and provide seeds to nourish songbirds.
Meadowscaping To The Max
Replace your lawn with beautiful flowers and foliage! Ornamental grasses add height and structure, while colorful native perennials provide flowers and fragrance. A low-growing wildflower seed mix creates colorful edging along walkways. Microclover provides a durable groundcover for the pathways between your meadows.
Bring your yard back to its roots with a prairie-inspired planting. Native ornamental grasses give your meadowscape attractive structure and texture, and provide seeds to nourish songbirds. Their deep roots help to stabilize and improve soil health. Native wildflowers pair beautifully with the grasses to attract pollinators. Our No-Mow lawn provides a soft green space to walk at the edge of your prairie planting.
Just starting out with gardening – or have restrictions on your lawn? Microclover makes a great alternative lawn, keeping it lush and green while reducing or eliminating the need for watering, fertilizing, pesticides, and mowing. Grow a colorful wildflower garden at the border of your yard or along your fence for non-stop blooms.
Cut Flower Garden
Who doesn’t love a homegrown bouquet? Share your harvest with your friends! Sunflowers and Zinnias are two popular wildflower species for cut flowers. Growing wildflower seed mixes will give you a colorful palette for creative bouquets. Don’t forget to include ornamental grass for added texture and dried flower arrangements! Microclover provides a durable groundcover for the pathways between your flower beds.
Everyone loves easy to grow plants! Ornamental grasses, Coneflowers, Black Eyed Susans, and Lavender are some of our bestselling perennials. They’re low-maintenance, easy-to-grow, and drought tolerant, too! Microclover makes a great alternative lawn, keeping it lush and green while reducing or eliminating the need for watering, fertilizing, pesticides, and mowing.
Sometimes you just want to keep it simple! Perfect for beginners and easy gardening, annual wildflowers like Sunflowers and Zinnias are easy to grow. They bloom just weeks after planting in spring, and flower all the way until frost. These favorite wildflowers provide plenty of cut flowers and will attract a parade of pollinators to your yard. They have a one-year lifecycle, so next year, you can plant fresh seeds, or try a whole new planting scheme!