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Wildflower Seeds - Mountain Region

The Mountain Region is a diverse area of the Western US that includes the Rockies, Olympics, Sierras, and a host of other mountain ranges. These areas are higher in elevation than the surrounding areas, and so face more extremes in temperature as well as moisture. Generally, the western sides of the mountains are greener than the eastern sides because most of the weather patterns move from west to east. Since the area described here is so vast and variable, you may have to experiment a bit to see exactly what will grow in your micro climate. We cannot tell you exactly what mountain wildflower seeds will grow in your garden because it depends so much on your exact location - a garden a few miles from you may have a totally different climate, rainfall, soils, and daylight. The best thing is to experiment and buy wildflower seeds online, or ask local gardeners or greenhouses if you want localized gardening information.
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  • Petite French Marigold Seed Mix Tagetes patula Quick View

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  • Out of Stock Poached Egg Plant Seeds Limnanthes douglasii Quick View

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  • Purple Poppy Mallow Seeds Callirhoe involucrata Quick View

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  • Red Drummond Phlox Seeds Phlox drummondii Quick View

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  • Royal Carpet Sweet Alyssum Seeds Lobularia maritima Quick View

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  • Out of Stock Scarlet Globemallow Seeds Sphaeralcea coccinea Quick View

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  • Out of Stock Scarlet Pimpernel Seeds Anagallis arvensis Quick View

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  • Swiss Giants Pansy Seed Mix Viola wittrockiana Quick View

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  • Tidy Tips Seeds Layia platyglossa Quick View

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  • Virginia Stock Seeds Malcolmia maritima Quick View

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  • Out of Stock Wholeleaf Indian Paintbrush Seeds Castilleja integra Quick View

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The Mountain Region is a diverse area of the Western US that includes the Rockies, Olympics, Sierras, and a host of other mountain ranges. These areas are higher in elevation than the surrounding areas, and so face more extremes in temperature as well as moisture. Generally, the western sides of the mountains are greener than the eastern sides because most of the weather patterns move from west to east. Since the area described here is so vast and variable, you may have to experiment a bit to see exactly what will grow in your micro climate. We cannot tell you exactly what mountain wildflower seeds will grow in your garden because it depends so much on your exact location - a garden a few miles from you may have a totally different climate, rainfall, soils, and daylight. The best thing is to experiment and buy wildflower seeds online, or ask local gardeners or greenhouses if you want localized gardening information.