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MSRP:Was: $5.99Now: $5.49
MSRP:Was: $5.99Now: $5.49
MSRP:Was: $5.99Now: $5.49
We ship all plants usps priority mail. They arrive to most locations within 2-3 days. We package all plants to retain moisture to up to 10 days in transit. All plants ships from our warehouses in Tennessee. All plants are grown and shipped from out Altamont (zip) 37301 location. We do drop ship for re-sellers also for those wanting to resell our plants.
How We Protect Your Plants For Transit
All plants are dug and immediately taken to our warehouse and tera-sorb moisture retention gel is applied to the roots and then wrapped in plastic to retain superior moisture for transit. They are placed in corogated cardboard shipping boxes for protection when shipped
Upon Receipt Of Your Plants
Upon receipt of your plants, unpack and unwrap the roots and mist with water. Plant within 24-48 hours. If you can not plant within this time frame, put your plants in a cool location (ex- basement, garage or cellar) and water the roots daily. Cover them back up with the plastic so they will not dry out until you can plant them. After planted, water every evening after the sun goes down for 5 days.
Wildflowers Perfect For Your Zone and Hand Chosen - Large Mature Blooming Age Plants
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Planting wildflowers is a low maintenance option by comparison to the high maintenance gardens depicted in gardening shows. A wildflower meadow in your yard only requires the right selection of wildflowers and minimal watering during dry spells. Wildflowers are capable of growing on poor soil. Wildflowers are also helpful to the bee pollination process. This will assist the bee population in your area. Finding a low maintenance wildflower garden is also good for your stress levels, as it is a relaxing process in a comfortable place to sit and admire your work.
Our Wildflowers are blooming age, and in the spring, there will be a complete array of color in your garden when you get our wildflower collection grab bag. Our grab bags are hand chosen by your hardy planting zone, and we love choosing you the best plants. Grab bags are priced considerably lower than if you were to buy one plant of your choice. Why? Because sometimes we have over 40 different varieties of wildflower bulbs in our cooler and when you deal with large volumes of plants as we do, the selection is right there at your fingertips!
Anytime is the prime time to plant wildflower plants. Our plants are dormant and no need to plant in spring or fall, you can plant in the dead cold of winter or the heat of the summer. Then the following season, they will come up and bloom. We only have a limited supply of these grab bags, and they do sell out fast. Order your's today. Also makes great gifts for anniversaries, birthdays or Christmas presents. Since you can plant ours anytime, anything is the time to buy them!
Affordable Wildflower Varieties For Every Project
This unusual plant is native to most all woodlands that have moist soil. Doll Eyes (Actaea pachypoda) is aptly named for the clusters of small berries produced by the plant. White beans with one black dot in the center appear on the wildflower in mid-summer. These berries look very much like the eyes of a doll.
Also known as Baneberry, Doll Eyes are easy to grow and will reach a mature size of close to three feet tall. Hardy in growing zones 3-8. Plant seeds in spring, and water plant only during times of drought.
Easy-care perennial, Daisies (Argyranthemum frutescens) are a well-recognized flower and are often the first flower drawn by children and used by young adults to decide if ‘he loves me or loves me not.’
Daisies are easy to grow - scratch the top of the soil in a sunny location and sow the seeds. The plant will return year after year and produce open-faced blooms that attract a wide range of pollinator.
These wildflowers are hardy in growing zones 4-8, come in a wide range of bloom colors and will reach a mature height of two feet.
With hundreds of hybrid species to select from, there is a daffodil (Narcissus) that is ideal for your landscape. Considered a wildflower because of its ability to naturalize, daffodils will thrive without any maintenance.
Plant bulbs in fall, pointy side up, in a sunny location that has well-draining soil. After that, relax and enjoy their annual return.
Hardy in growing zones 3-8, daffodils will reach a mature height of around one foot. The plant also produces long, arching leaves that will provide textural interest to the landscape after the blooms have dropped. The leaves provide energy for the flower bulb and should be left intact.
Wildflowers (Use under wildflower garden collection)
Spring and fall, the seasons that bring relief from extreme hot or cold weather. Also, provide the ideal times to plant a wildflower meadow appropriate to your regional climate and personal preference.
Wildflower is a term that describes the complete plant, not only the flower blossom. Natural, wide-open spaces spontaneously populated by scores of species of wildflowers that were not planted or cultivated by human hands.
The beauty, vibrant color, and sweet smell of wildflowers have made them so popular. Wildflower meadow seeds can now be purchased in packets containing different blends to brighten up individual home flower gardens. These seeds do not include hybrids or cultivars, but only the plants as they appear in nature.
With a bit of imagination and patience, you can create a beautiful wildflower garden in a rainbow of colors. Consider the following possibilities.
- African Daisy - Also known as African Cape Marigold (Dazzling shades of orange, white, and yellow)
- Baby Blue Eyes (Soft, pastel blue, and white)
- Clasping coneflower (Yellow flowers with purplish-red bases)
- Gold Yarrow (Vivid golden-yellow)
- Indian Blanket(Red daisy-like flowers trimmed in yellow)
- Evening Primrose(Soothing shades of pink, yellow, or white)
Wildflowers are delicate looking but tough and durable, adapting well to almost any type of soil or climate. With over 6,000 native species, wildflowers safeguard the environment for pollinators like birds, bees, and butterflies and keep the ecosystem thriving.