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Aquilegia canadensis

Aquilegia canadensis (Wild Columbine) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)
Hummingbirds love to feed at the graceful and colorful blossoms of this popular wildflower! Boasting its bright red and golden flowers, the Columbine adds a summer like glow to your awakening prairie or domestic garden. One of our favorite native

Aquilegia formosa

Aquilegia formosa (Western Columbine) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)
The Western Columbine is a native perennial with delicate, blue-green, lobed foliage and pendent, yellow and red, spurred flowers. Handsome blossoms hang at ends of branches above this bushy plant! The species name formosa, Latin for beautiful,

Aquilegia oxysepala

Aquilegia oxysepala (Oriental Columbine) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)
This Columbine is not native to the US, but is indigenous to the Far East. Nonetheless, it is a beautiful wildflower, and is sure to win a place in your heart and garden.

Aquilegia vulgaris

Aquilegia vulgaris (Dwarf Columbine) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)
This wildflower produces beautiful, delicate flowers that bloom in the spring and summer. Growing in a vivid array of colors, this plant will add beauty to any flower garden, and is a good choice if you wish to attract hummingbirds!


Arabis alpina

Arabis alpina (Rockcress) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)
Atop fine stems, the Rockcress produces loose heads of small, fragrant flowers. This little wildflower is a member of the mustard family and thrives in damp gravel.


Arisaema triphyllum

Arisaema triphyllum (Jack-in-the-Pulpit) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)
The much loved "" Jack-in-the-Pulpit"" is a herbaceous perennial known for it's unusual and striking hood which curves forward over the ""Jack"", an upright spike inside. This creates a ""preacher in the canopied pulpit"" effect! Bearing unique


Artemisia caudata

Artemisia caudata (Beach Wormwood) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)
Beach Wormwood is a sun loving wildflower! Flower heads are numerous, while small and pale green in color. This plant has been used for medicinal purposes such as treating asthma!

Artemisia frigida

Artemisia frigida (Fringed Sage) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)
If you are looking for a ground cover for poor dry soil, this is the plant for you! This native plant produces small yellow flowers, and it's silvery-white foliage is fragrant. Fringed sage has been used in the past to preserve meat, and was also

Artemisia ludoviciana

Artemisia ludoviciana (Prairie Sage) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)
Perfuming the air with its spicy and pungent scent, Prairie Sage creates a lovely atmosphere for your wildflower garden. The glittery white/green foliage is either bushy with oval leaves or very feathery, depending upon the gender of the plant.


Artichoke seeds

Artichoke seeds - 'Green Globe' (1 product)
This is an old standard variety that can be grown as an annual or perennial. Plants grow up to 6 feet tall with silver-green leaves. Edible flower buds (chokes) grow to 3 or 4 inches, are green in color, and are made up of thick fleshy scales and


Asarum canadense

Asarum canadense (Wild Ginger) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)
Often called Canadian Ginger, the Native Americans used this perennial herb as a seasoning. Though the roots have similar aromatic properties to true ginger, this plant is not commonly used today for culinary purposes. With small, often overlooked

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