Collection: Orange Flower Seeds and Bulbs

While the color orange is frequently associated with danger, you won't need to be cautious with these blooms. Orange flower seeds and bulbs from our large variety evoke sentiments of adventure, bravery, and brilliance. You can't go wrong with Eden Brothers' Morning Sun Calla Lily Bulbs or the classic Butterfly Milkweed Seeds. Perhaps you're looking for something a little different, like Chinese Lantern Seeds or Orange Frtillaria Bulbs. Eden Brothers carries orange flower bulbs and seeds for any grower, no matter what their floral style is!

What we love about orange flower gardens

  • 74 orange flower varieties
  • Fiery and radiant blooms
  • Orange varieties for every blooming season
  • Deer resistant varieties available

What we love about orange flower gardens

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  • Fiery and radiant blooms
  • Orange varieties for every blooming season
  • Deer resistant varieties available

The brightest orange flower seeds and bulbs

A bold and vibrant color, orange is associated with energy, creativity, and happiness. The color orange evokes friendly and joyful emotions by itself, so you can imagine the impact that orange flowers have on our bodies and minds!

At Eden Brothers, we just can’t get enough of orange flowers, so we keep introducing new varieties into the mix. Ranging in hue from apricot to tangerine, our orange flower collection contains isolated colors, single-species mixes, and multi-variety mixes that showcase every imaginable sampling of orange flowers.

Nearly 100 bold and beautiful orange flower varieties

Marigolds, whether African or French varieties, might be the most common orange flowers but they’re far from the only ones. Lilies are another well-known species that boast orange coloring, often with other colors and patterns for striking and well-loved blooms, like Double Tiger Lily. Yet another popular orange flower is calendula, and our favorite variety would have to be a toss-up between Balls Improved Orange and Geisha Girl.

If you’re not growing sulfur cosmos already, you should be. This relative of the sunflower is an easygoing annual that tolerates even the poorest native soils. Even if you planted every orange flower on this list, your cutting garden would be remiss without the pastel Papaver Orientale Pinnacle or the creamy Reblooming Bearded Iris Invitation.

Orange wildflower seed mixes are a favorite among pollinators

We love orange flowers so much that we created a few exclusive orange wildflower mixes for the gardener who loves the wild and whimsical! Orange You Glad and Orange Sherbet Flower Seed Mix are perfect as a groundcover or for those gardeners wanting to transition their lawn into a wildflower meadow.

Butterflies, in particular, seem to love orange flowers, but other pollinators are drawn to orange flowers too. Bees and flies will also visit orange flowers for their rich nectar. Incorporate the native perennials Mexican Sunflower Torch and Butterfly Milkweed into your pollinator garden and you’ll witness a real treat when the monarch butterflies drop by to feed.

The best orange flower seeds and bulbs on the market

Whether you prefer planting flower bulbs or seeds, growing orange flowers doesn’t get any easier than this. When you pre-order flower bulbs with Eden Brothers, we wait to ship your bulb order to you until the ideal planting window in your growing zone. It saves your bulbs from freezing in transit and it takes all the guesswork out of planting on your end.

At Eden Brothers we have a range of diversity between flower bulbs and seeds, but product quality is guaranteed to be the same across the board. Our seeds are always non-GMO and free of any additives or fillers. We source our flower bulbs from the best suppliers available, and we only ship our customers those products that we grow in our own home gardens.

Add some excitement and childlike joy to your garden with these orange flower bulbs and seeds. Order your seeds today before these favorite varieties sell out for the season! You can learn to grow any of them in our Gardening 101 resource center.