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Grow what your soil knows! Native wildflowers support the ecosystem in your area, as well as provide beautiful, easy to maintain foliage that will be covered in pollinators. Best time to sow Ohio wildflowers is when soil temperatures are below 50 degrees - Typically November - March and into early spring.


We have various mixes to meet your sowing needs. Whether you're looking to grow a mini patio garden or a large low-maintenance prairie, it's simple to support our pollinators with native seeds. Please note that some varieties may take 2-3 years to fully establish/bloom. We recommend the "Quick Grow" mix to be used if you're looking for blooms during the same year. Annuals may reseed themselves and come back year after year, where as perennials may take a couple years to establish but then will rebloom each year.


Quick Grow Mix (ANNUALS)

20 sq. ft. per packet

  • Partridge Pea 
  • Cornflower
  • Cosmos
  • Blanket Flower
  • Lanceleaf Coreopsis
  • Plains Coreopsis
  • Lemon Beebalm
  • Black-Eyed Susan


Fall Fuel Mix (PERENNIALS)

200 sq. ft. per packet

  • Partridge Pea
  • Purple Prairie Clover
  • Blue Vervain
  • Canadian Milk Vetch
  • Stiff Goldenrod
  • Sky Blue Aster
  • Dwarf Goldenrod
  • Smooth Aster
  • New England Aster 



100 sq. ft. per packet

  • Indian Blanket (annual)
  • Partridge Pea (annual)
  • False Sunflower
  • Purple Coneflower
  • Lemon Beebalm
  • Wild Bergamot
  • Lanceleaf Coreopsis
  • Wild Senna
  • Grey-head Coneflower
  • Smooth Aster
  • Sky Blue Aster
  • New England Aster
  • Dense Blazingstar
  • Black-Eyed Susan
  • Common Milkweed
  • Butterfly Milkweed
  • Swamp Milkweed
  • Ohio Spiderwort
  • Foxglove Beardtongue
  • Blue False Indigo
  • Golden Alexanders
  • Stiff Goldenrod
  • Mountain Mint
  • Little Bluestem (Grass)
  • Sideoats Grama (Grass)



Looking to turn that boring, green lawn into a beautiful pollinator paradise? You can do this even in suburban neighborhoods where there are height restrictions. While the mowers are non-stop and the lawn companies are spraying away... You can sow and grow a pollinator lawn be the change our ecosystem desperately needs! Contact us at or 937-701-3412 to learn more.

Ohio Wildflower Seeds