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Wildflower Seeds - California Region

The wildflower species listed in the California Region are those that would grow well in the Central Valley as well as the coastal areas of Southern California. If you are in the mountains you might want to check out the Mountain Region, or if you are in the desert areas in the south, you'll want to look at the Dry West Region. The species listed on this page are those that are either native here, or are annuals that grow well in this zone. There are hundreds of bulk California wildflower seeds to choose from, so please use the filters along the left side of the screen to narrow your search to match your soils, lighting, and any other attributes that you may want. If you are looking for something that is strictly native to your immediate area, you can check out the distribution map that is found on the detail pages of most of the species.
  • Dwarf Columbine Seed Mix Aquilegia vulgaris Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • McKana Giants Columbine Seed Mix Aquilegia caerulea Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Out of Stock Western Columbine Seeds Aquilegia formosa Quick View

    Starting at $2.98 USD
  • Wild Ginger Seeds Asarum canadense Quick View

    Starting at $2.98 USD
The wildflower species listed in the California Region are those that would grow well in the Central Valley as well as the coastal areas of Southern California. If you are in the mountains you might want to check out the Mountain Region, or if you are in the desert areas in the south, you'll want to look at the Dry West Region. The species listed on this page are those that are either native here, or are annuals that grow well in this zone. There are hundreds of bulk California wildflower seeds to choose from, so please use the filters along the left side of the screen to narrow your search to match your soils, lighting, and any other attributes that you may want. If you are looking for something that is strictly native to your immediate area, you can check out the distribution map that is found on the detail pages of most of the species.