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Wildflowers - Lobelia Seeds

The Lobelias that you see in your local greenhouse are a little different than these native Lobelias. These are sometimes considered to be biennials, but we have grown fields of Blue Lobelia and Cardinal flower that will bloom and produce seeds for a few years. So they seem to be more of a short lived perennial, and show up in the early years of a prairie or wetland restoration. They produce loads of microscopic orange seeds, that will lie dormant until they get an opening to start growing again. The Cardinal Flowers are one of the reddest reds, and are loved by hummingbirds and other pollinators. Most Lobelias like moisture, making them ideal candidates for wetland areas like stream banks, swamps, or near ponds.
  • Cardinal Flower Seeds Lobelia cardinalis Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Great Blue Lobelia Seeds Lobelia siphilitica Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
The Lobelias that you see in your local greenhouse are a little different than these native Lobelias. These are sometimes considered to be biennials, but we have grown fields of Blue Lobelia and Cardinal flower that will bloom and produce seeds for a few years. So they seem to be more of a short lived perennial, and show up in the early years of a prairie or wetland restoration. They produce loads of microscopic orange seeds, that will lie dormant until they get an opening to start growing again. The Cardinal Flowers are one of the reddest reds, and are loved by hummingbirds and other pollinators. Most Lobelias like moisture, making them ideal candidates for wetland areas like stream banks, swamps, or near ponds.