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Salvia azurea Native perennial plant from Kansas south.  Needs lots of heat to complete its life cycle so it blooms later than many plants.  Genus name Salvia comes from Latin meaning to heal.  Thus the plant has many uses for not just medicinal and culinary but for landscapes and wildlife. Grow Height       Bloom Period             Growing [...]

$45.00 /lbs. (pounds)

Very popular California annual wildflower. Easily established. Reseeds and easily adaptable.

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Native from North America to Nicaragua mainly found in the Great Plains and Blackland Prairies.  Herbaceous or semi-woody perennial that produces pink to purple flowers.  Normally found in native grass stands. Likes well drained sand, loam, clay and some caliche soils.   Grow Height       Bloom Period             Growing Regions              Planting Rate              Bloom Color 16”                         Spring to [...]

$46.75 /lbs. (pounds)

Showy yellow flowers on tallish leafy plant, opens in early evening. Adapts to many soils and climates. Easy to grow annual.

$75.65

Ground cover native to Southern Midwest. Drought tolerant. Flowers its 2nd year. Hardy perennial.

$185.00 /lbs. (pounds)

Sprawling or semi-prostrate perennial with very showy flowers. Grows in various soils in the Texas hill country.

$50.00 /lbs. (pounds)

Upright perennial that blooms in mid summer. Grows in sandy, well drained soils.

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Salvia farinacea Native perennial from Texas.  Needs lots of heat to complete its life cycle so it blooms later than many plants.  Genus name Salvia comes from Latin meaning to heal.  Thus, the plant has many uses for not just medicinal and culinary but for landscapes and wildlife.  Plant grows with a more wild look [...]

$120.00 /lbs. (pounds)

Salvia coccinea Native red perennial from Mexico to Florida.  Does like warm areas.  Grows in other areas as an annual that humming birds love.  Being a Salvia it carries other medicinal, ornamental, ad culinary uses.   Grow Height       Bloom Period             Growing Regions              Planting Rate              Bloom Color 1-2’                        Late                                Southern States                6-7 lbs. Acre               Red Annual [...]

$42.00 /lbs. (pounds)

Mix of 17 species that is dominant with native grasses and wildflowers. This mix is to copy what was native to the Blacklands of Texas and includes wildflowers.

$29.00 /lbs. (pounds)

Produces a mixture of annual and perennial plants. Recommended planting fall and winter. Colors produced will depend on plants that can establish in your soils.

$28.75 /lbs. (pounds)

Cherianthus allioni Europe native that acts as biennial flower in colder climates and perennial in warmer climate.  Adapted to most soil types and growing in partial shade. Is a very fragrant and colorful plant that is attractive to pollinators and birds. In Texas, it can be planted in the late winter or early spring, annually, [...]

$47.50 /lbs. (pounds)

Linaria moroccana Native to Morocco or North Africa.  They produce many colors from white, rose, yellow, orange and red.  The genus name Linaria means flax-like.  Is an annual plant.   Grow Height       Bloom Period             Growing Regions              Planting Rate              Bloom Color 2’                            Spring & Fall                Arid areas                            % in Mixture               Many

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Used in food plots for birds, erosion control, and prairie mixes. Perennial.

$11.50 /lbs. (pounds)

This sunflower is Native to Texas and produces flowers and seeds all summer long. Annual plant that comes back year after year from seed.

$77.00 /lbs. (pounds)

Showy blue and white flowers with some other colors from pink to lavender identified in select locations. Must be planted in the fall for spring blooms.

$687.50

Native perennial to Texas. Difficult to establish and difficult to harvest seed. Large showy brackets are colorful, but are not the flower.

$70.00 /lbs. (pounds)

Dalea cadida Native to North America producing a white flower while it’s relative Purple Prairie Clover is purple.  Perennial flowering plant that is renowned for its flowers and supporting pollinators and wildlife.  Seeds are protein rich, offering wildlife a food source.  Native Americans had many uses for the plant.  The word candida denotes purity and [...]

$38.00 /lbs. (pounds)

Produces a mixture of annual and perennial plants. Recommended planting fall and winter. Colors produced will depend on plants that can establish in your soils but includes blue, yellow, and reds mainly.

$28.00 /lbs. (pounds)

Mixture of 16 wildflowers including Texas Bluebonnet, Indian Blanket, Scarlet Sage, Coreopsis, Primrose, Mexican Hat and flowering species that are easier to obtain results, Baby’s Breath, Cornflower and Crimson Clover.