Wildfower Seeds of Colorado

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All available seed packets:

Rocky Mountain Bouquet  Rocky Mountain Bouquet

Guaranteed to Grow!


Approx. 400 seeds, Net wt. 490 mg.
Packet Dimensions: 6 1/2" x 4"

Rocky Mountain Bouquet Where to Grow it: All regions. Sun/Shade Full sun. How to Grow it: Spring or late Fall in cold climates, early Fall in mild climates. Prepare soil, cover seed to 1/8" depth, moisten lightly until rains fall. Seed will sprout in Spring. Etc: Delighting the eye with beauty and color, these wildflowers bring to your garden the natural wonders that are Colorado. Wild Blue Flax (Linum lewisii perennial) with its delicate sky-blue flowers, the graceful Aspen Daisy (Erigeron speciosus perennial) with fine, lavender petals and Indian Blanketflower (Gaillardia aristata perennial) whose gorgeous orange-red to canary yellow flower heads complete this vivid bouquet.

$2.50

 

Blue Columbine Blue Columbine

Guaranteed to Grow!


Approx. 100 seeds, Net wt. 125 mg.
Packet Dimensions: 6 1/2" x 4"

Colorado Blue Columbine (Aquilegia coerulea) Type: Perennial. Where to Grow it: All regions. Bloom time and height: Summer 1-2 ft. Sun/Shade: full sun to light shade. How to Grow it: Well-drained soil. Columbines do well in filtered sun under trees etc. Sow in early spring or fall. Sow on the surface, as the seed needs light to germinate. Will reseed themselves or cut back after bloom to encourage further growth. Etc: Colorado's state flower, perhaps the most graceful and ornamental of all wildflowers. This perennial was latin-named "Columba" or dove for its resemblance to the bird of peace. Wrote poet John Parkinson over 300 years ago, "no garden would willingly be without them."

$2.50

 

Fireweed Fireweed

Guaranteed to Grow!


Approx. 175 seeds, Net wt. 20 mg.
Packet Dimensions: 6 1/2" x 4"

Fireweed (Epilobium angustifolium) Type: Perennial. Where to Grow it: All regions. Bloom time and height: Summer 4-6 ft. tall. Sun/Shade: full sun. How to Grow it: Spring or late Fall in cold climates, Fall in mild climates. Press lightly into soil surface and keep moist. Etc: Graceful purple-pink to rose-lilac spires of flowers signify the Fireweed. This statuesque perennial's leaves are food for deer and elk. The seeds have white, fluffy tufts that carry them away in the slightest breeze. Its common name is derived from its ability to revegetate quickly after a fire.

$2.50

 

Indian Paintbrush Indian Paintbrush

Guaranteed to Grow!


Approx. 800 seeds, Net wt. 80 mg.
Packet Dimensions: 6 1/2" x 4"

Indian Paintbrush (Castilleja sp.) Type: Perennial. Where to Grow it: All regions. Bloom time and height: Spring 1-2 ft. tall. Sun/Shade: Full sun, partial shade. How to Grow it: Best in late Fall. The seeds are very small and should be sown directly on the soil surface to 1/16" depth. Keep soil moist. Adapted to well drained areas in full sun. Not the easiest variety to cultivate, but the lure of such magnificent flowers certainly compensates for the effort. Does not transplant well. Requires a period of time to become established. Etc: The Rocky Mountain landscape is set afire with the brilliant red-orange hue of this Colorado perennial. Its vivid upright petals appear to have been dipped in paint, hence the name, "Paintbrush". Hummingbirds love this showy, Colorado Classic.

$2.50

 

Rocky Mountain Iris Rocky Mountain Iris

Guaranteed to Grow!


Approx. 25 seeds, Net wt. 500 mg.
Packet Dimensions: 6 1/2" x 4"

Iris (Iris sp.) Type: Perennial. Usually flowers the 2nd/3rd year. Where to Grow it: All regions. Bloom time and height: Summer 1-2 ft. Sun/Shade: full sun How to Grow it: Best in Fall/Winter. Soak the large, round seeds in water to soften their hard coat before sowing. Press lightly into soil surface and keep moist. Etc: As beautiful as Colorado itself, the Wild Iris can be found in the meadows of the back country. In Greek mythology, Iris was named the goddess of the rainbow and messenger of the gods. This lovely perennial was also chosen by France's King Louis VII to be his symbol of victory following the second Crusades. He called it the Fleur-de-lis.

$2.50

 

Red Columbine Red Columbine

Guaranteed to Grow!


Approx. 75 seeds, Net wt. 100 mg.
Packet Dimensions: 6 1/2" x 4"

Red Columbine (Aquilegia canadensis) Type: Perennial. Where to Grow it: All regions. Bloom time and height: Summer 1-2 ft. Sun/Shade: full sun to light shade. How to Grow it: Well-drained soil. Columbines do well in filtered sun under trees etc. Sow in early spring or fall. Sow on the surface, as the seed needs light to germinate. Will reseed themselves or cut back after bloom to encourage further growth. Etc: Amid the moist alpine meadows of Colorado dwells one of the rarest of American wildflowers, the graceful Wild Red Columbine. It was Latin-named "Columba", or dove, for its resemblance to the bird of peace. Wrote poet, R.H. Barham, "Flowers such as Eden never knew."

$2.50

 

Wild Lupine Wild Lupine

Guaranteed to Grow!


Approx. 25 seeds, Net wt. 410 mg.
Packet Dimensions: 6 1/2" x 4"

Lupine (Lupinus sp.) Type: Annual. Blooms second or third year. Where to Grow it: All regions. Bloom time and height: early to mid-season, 2 to 3 feet Sun/Shade: full sun How to Grow it: Best in Fall. Soak the large, round seeds in water to soften their hard coat before sowing. Press lightly into soil surface and keep moist. Etc: Native Americans say, "where The Great Spirit placed his hand on the land, he left colors of purest blue." The Colorado mountainsides are like some distant brilliant carpet as the Wild Lupine purples in the fading last rays of sunlight. The word "lupine" comes from the Latin word "lupus", meaning "wolf."

$2.50

 

Colorado Boxed Assortment Colorado Boxed Assortment

 Easy to grow assortment of five wildflower seed packets attractively packaged in a clear gift box with decorative bow. Seeds grow in all regions and each packet comes with individual planting instructions. This beautiful assortment from Colorado includes the Colorado Columbine, Indian Paintbrush, Red Columbine, Wild Lupine, and Colorado Bouquet. This collection creates a colorful wildflower garden and makes for a thoughtful gift.

$12.00

 

 

 

 

 

Colorado Seed Garden Colorado Seed Garden

Guaranteed to Grow!


Covers 350 square feet. Net Wt. 3.5 oz.
Bag Dimensions: 6 3/4" x 3 1/4" x 2 1/2"

Colorado Wildflower Seeds...A tapestry of nature's most beautiful wildflowers. A collection of twelve annuals and perennials blooming throughout the Spring and Summer. Complete with detailed planting instructions, this easy to grow Seed Garden is guaranteed to grow in most climates and can be planted in the Spring or Fall. This beautiful wildflower assortment from Colorado includes the Columbine, Poppy, Shooting Star, Paintbrush, Lupine, Cosmos, Flax, Phlox, Gilia, Coneflower, Iris, and Coreopsis. This collection creates a colorful wildflower garden and makes for a thoughtful gift.

$15.00