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Wildflower Seeds - Southeast Region

The Southeast Region gets a lot of moisture and heat, better known as humidity. The warm Gulf waters provide a steady supply of moisture, and keeps it green for much of the year. Some areas experience cold and snow in the winter months, but it is usually pretty short-lived. If you live in this region, you can grow a lot of native wildflower seeds without too much trouble, but will need to watch out for species that can't handle too much heat or moisture. Also, some of the native species of the Midwest require a cold dormant season to complete their life cycle, so if you do not have enough chill hours, they might not grow well. Other than that, you have a lot of bulk flower seed packets available here, and can tailor them to your needs by filtering the results with the left-hand menu.
  • Bloodroot Seeds Sanguinaria canadensis Quick View

    Starting at $2.98 USD
  • Blue Cohosh Seeds Caulophyllum thalictroides Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Celandine Poppy Seeds Stylophorum diphyllum Quick View

    Starting at $3.60 USD
  • Doll's Eyes Seeds Actaea pachypoda Quick View

    Starting at $2.98 USD
  • Dutchman's Breeches Seeds Dicentra cucullaria Quick View

    Starting at $2.98 USD
  • Out of Stock Ginseng Seeds Panax quinquefolia Quick View

    Starting at $3.60 USD
  • Out of Stock Goldenseal Seeds Hydrastis canadensis Quick View

    Starting at $2.98 USD
  • Jack in the Pulpit Seeds Arisaema triphyllum Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Solomon's Seal Seeds Polygonatum canaliculatum Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Spotted Touch Me Not Seeds Impatiens capensis Quick View

    Starting at $2.98 USD
  • Out of Stock Turk's Cap Lily Seeds Lilium superbum Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • White Trillium Seeds Trillium grandiflorum Quick View

    Starting at $2.98 USD
  • Yellow Jewelweed Seeds Impatiens pallida Quick View

    Starting at $2.98 USD
The Southeast Region gets a lot of moisture and heat, better known as humidity. The warm Gulf waters provide a steady supply of moisture, and keeps it green for much of the year. Some areas experience cold and snow in the winter months, but it is usually pretty short-lived. If you live in this region, you can grow a lot of native wildflower seeds without too much trouble, but will need to watch out for species that can't handle too much heat or moisture. Also, some of the native species of the Midwest require a cold dormant season to complete their life cycle, so if you do not have enough chill hours, they might not grow well. Other than that, you have a lot of bulk flower seed packets available here, and can tailor them to your needs by filtering the results with the left-hand menu.