Shopping Cart
Your Cart is Empty
Quantity:
Subtotal
Taxes
Shipping
Total
There was an error with PayPalClick here to try again
CelebrateThank you for your business!You should be receiving an order confirmation from Paypal shortly.Exit Shopping Cart
Wildflower Seed,

Cast A Bit Of Joy!

As we begin to gather again, share some love. 

Love of beauty, nature, and each other.

Seed Balls Make Lovely Gifts!

Wildflower Gift, Green Gift, Unique Garden Gift, Habitat Support

Wildflower Gift Boxes For The Gardener

Assorted wildflower packages have been selected for colorful palettes and compatible cultural requirements in mind. The boxes are sweetly trimmed, making them a unique gift for the gardeners on your list. Choice of a three-pack or four-pack box. 

Shop Gift Boxes

A Lil' Something Fun 

Individual wildflower seed ball packages give way to smiles! Flower color choices aside - cater to an individual's interest in birds, bees, and butterflies is part of what seed balls are about.    

Shop Individual Packages

Garden Gift, wildflower seed balls, California Poppy Seed

Native Wildflower Seed Balls are Perfect for All Levels of Gardeners

> Seed balls are an age-old method of cultivation, providing a mini-ecosystem for the seed.

> No digging or soil work required.

> Scatter on top of bare soil & walk away.

> Native seed responds well to this method of cultivation - no fuss and bother.

> Seed balls have been around for a very long time for the simple reason they work.

Chinese Houses, Collinsia heterophylla

> The native seed is "woken up" with cold temperatures and precipitation.

> Clay can pull and hold moisture, which aides in areas with sporadic rainfall.

> Annuals will flower in their first year if cast out in late fall to early spring.

> Perennials will flower in their second year, sometimes the third year, depending on the variety.

Phacelia tanacetifolia, Tansy Leaf Phacelia

> Growing natives can be tricky. We want to help encourage people to successfully grow native plants by making it as easy as possible.

Expanding the corridors of wild places with native plants support wildlife.

> The more native plants we grow, the more habitat wildlife can rely on.