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Wildflower Seeds - Northern Region

The Northern region is home to our Canadian friends in the eastern provinces, as well as the northern-most part of the Eastern US. This area is characterized by a long, cold winter with lots of snow, and a short humid summer that only lasts about 3 or 4 months. Most of the area is classified as a UDSA Growing Zone 4 or less, and the species that grow here have interesting ways to perpetuate themselves in spite of the short growing season. There are a lot of forests and wetlands in this region, so adequate moisture is hardly ever a problem. Look up your growing zone to make sure that the Northern wildflower seeds that you want to grow are winter hardy. Alternatively, just order annual flower seeds online so that the plant does not need to make it through the winter, but can reseed itself and come back from seed the next year.
  • Alaska Shasta Daisy Seeds Chrysanthemum maximum Quick View

    Starting at $2.75 USD
  • American Germander Seeds Teucrium canadense Quick View

    Starting at $2.75 USD
  • Cottage Pinks Seeds Dianthus plumarius Quick View

    Starting at $3.25 USD
  • Dwarf Columbine Seed Mix Aquilegia vulgaris Quick View

    Starting at $2.75 USD
  • Dwarf Shasta Daisy Seeds Chrysanthemum maximum Quick View

    Starting at $2.75 USD
  • English Daisy Seed Mix Bellis perennis Quick View

    Starting at $2.75 USD
  • False Indigo Seeds Amorpha fruticosa Quick View

    Starting at $2.75 USD
  • Fireweed Seeds Epilobium angustifolium Quick View

    Starting at $3.96 USD
  • Fringed Pinks Seeds Dianthus superbus Quick View

    Starting at $2.75 USD
  • Gloriosa Daisy Seeds Rudbeckia hirta Quick View

    Starting at $2.75 USD
  • Out of Stock Heal All Seeds Prunella vulgaris Quick View

    Starting at $2.75 USD
  • Helen Mount Johnny Jump Up Seeds Viola tricolor Quick View

    Starting at $2.75 USD
  • Indian Summer Black Eyed Susan Seeds Rudbeckia hirta Quick View

    Starting at $3.25 USD
  • Maiden Pinks Seeds Dianthus deltoides Quick View

    Starting at $2.75 USD
  • Foxglove Seed Mix Digitalis purpurea Quick View

    Starting at $2.75 USD
  • Oriental Columbine Seeds Aquilegia oxysepala Quick View

    Starting at $2.75 USD
  • Oriental Poppy Seeds Papaver orientale Quick View

    Starting at $2.75 USD
  • Ox Eye Daisy Seeds Chrysanthemum leucanthemum Quick View

    Starting at $2.75 USD
  • Out of Stock Rice Button Aster Seeds Aster dumosus Quick View

    Starting at $3.96 USD
  • Russell Lupine Seeds Lupinus polyphyllus Quick View

    Starting at $2.75 USD
  • Silver Princess Shasta Daisy Seeds Chrysanthemum maximum Quick View

    Starting at $2.75 USD
  • Out of Stock Stout Blue Eyed Grass Seeds Sisyrinchium angustifolium Quick View

    Starting at $3.25 USD
  • Swamp Milkweed Seeds Asclepias incarnata Quick View

    Starting at $2.75 USD
  • Sweet William Seeds Dianthus barbatus Quick View

    Starting at $2.75 USD
  • Wild Licorice Seeds Glycyrrhiza lepidota Quick View

    Starting at $2.75 USD
  • Wild Mint Seeds Mentha arvensis Quick View

    Starting at $2.75 USD
  • Winged Loosestrife Seeds Lythrum alatum Quick View

    Starting at $3.25 USD
  • Out of Stock Yellow Iris Seeds Iris pseudacorus Quick View

    Starting at $3.96 USD
The Northern region is home to our Canadian friends in the eastern provinces, as well as the northern-most part of the Eastern US. This area is characterized by a long, cold winter with lots of snow, and a short humid summer that only lasts about 3 or 4 months. Most of the area is classified as a UDSA Growing Zone 4 or less, and the species that grow here have interesting ways to perpetuate themselves in spite of the short growing season. There are a lot of forests and wetlands in this region, so adequate moisture is hardly ever a problem. Look up your growing zone to make sure that the Northern wildflower seeds that you want to grow are winter hardy. Alternatively, just order annual flower seeds online so that the plant does not need to make it through the winter, but can reseed itself and come back from seed the next year.