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Everwilde Farms


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Achillea filipendulina

Achillea filipendulina (Gold Yarrow) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)

Delicate fern-like leaves beautifully set off the deep gold or yellow clusters of blossoms. It's foliage and flowers are long lasting, both in the meadow, and as cut and dried wildflower. Easily grown, it can also be invasive, taking over a complete

Achillea millefolium

Achillea millefolium (White Yarrow) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)

Highly valued for it's herbal properties, yarrow is not only a useful plant, but a beautiful one as well. Long lasting, white clusters of blooms sit on top of long stems, and remain on this wildflower throughout the entire summer. This native

Achillea millefolium occidentalis (Western Yarrow) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)

This variety of yarrow grows clusters of small white flowers, and does well in dry conditions. The plant attracts bees, butterflies, and birds, and is sure to be an asset to your wildflower gardens!

Achillea millefolium rubra (Red Yarrow) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)

Cluster-like flowers quite similar to white yarrow make this reddish-pink variety a colorful addition when planted with other yarrows or in a mixture. This wildflower can be somewhat aggressive if seeded too heavily. Drought resistant and


Acorus calamus

Acorus calamus (Sweet Flag) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)

A grasslike, aromatic perennial with long, narrow, erect leaves rising to a height of 5 feet. This plant emerges from the water with a 2-edged stalk, with an outward-jutting club-like spadix bearing tiny, greenish-yellow flower. The root stocks of


Actaea pachypoda

Actaea pachypoda (Doll's Eyes) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)

This native wildflower bears dense, globular clusters of small white flowers, and adds unique interest to woodland landscape! Fruit is an attractive but poisonous, white berry. This plant is sometimes called Doll's Eyes because the shiny white


Agastache foeniculum

Agastache foeniculum (Anise Hyssop) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)

Bring a delightful, rich scent to your herb garden or prairie with this robust wildflower! Your bees and butterflies will love the fuzzy lavender spikes of flowers that grace the Anise Hyssop (or Lavender Giant Hyssop). A top wildflower choice for

Agastache nepetoides

Agastache nepetoides (Yellow Giant Hyssop) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)

This gigantic native wildflower grows up to 6 feet tall and bears spikes of closely clustered pale yellow flowers. Attractive to birds, butterflies, and bees, with a spicy, licorice-scented foliage! This plant masses well in native wildflower areas,

Agastache scrophulariaefolia

Agastache scrophulariaefolia (Purple Giant Hyssop) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)

This lovely, tall wildflower adds beauty and color to meadows and gardens! Purple to red blossoms grow in clustered spikes, and attract butterflies! Foliage is aromatic. This species is listed as endangered in parts of the US.


Alcea rosea

Alcea rosea (Hollyhock) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)

Though not technically a wildflower, this old fashioned garden favorite is popular among many people. Reaching heights of 4-8 feet, it towers above most other plants, and is often used in background borders. Coming in many different colors, it's


Allium canadense

Allium canadense (Wild Garlic) Wildflower Seeds (1 product)

As useful in the vegetable garden as it is beautiful in the flower garden, this plant is prized for it's culinary value, as well as texture adding wildflower interest. The smooth flat leaves can be used in place of chives, the young bulbs like green

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