Why we canâ€™t get enough purple wildflower majesty
- Attracts pollinators and beneficial insects
- Drought tolerant, warm-season annuals
- Direct seed in all USDA zones
- Floristâ€™s favorite varieties and colors
The Best Purple wildflowers for pollinators and the prince(ss)
Purple has historically been reserved for royalty, so allow yourself to feel like the king or queen you are by surrounding yourself with these purple flower mixes. Beauty doesn’t need additional justification, but even if you do struggle to sacrifice space in your vegetable garden, know this: purple flowers attract pollinators and beneficial insects, which increases the health of your edibles and leads to more abundant harvests.
Choose between three majestic purple flower mixes
Our exclusive purple wildflower mix, Royal Meadow, will bring pollinators from the far reaches of the kingdom to bask in the glory of this multicolored wildflower meadow. This mix of eight annual wildflowers is sure to make a statement, boasting the magenta dwarf Cosmos, bicolored Morning Glory Royal Ensign, and dwarf Calendula Fiesta Gitana. A living floral arrangement fit to grace even the aristocrat’s table, you’re sure to impress your friends and family with bundles of these beauties—if you can bear to cut them.
Prince fan or not, you can’t help but fall in love with our Purple Rain collection. A blend of lavender cosmos and magenta zinnias and cosmos, artfully accented with a touch of white, this mix is sure to make you feel nostalgic for first loves and adolescence.
Cut flower growers will adore our specialty zinnia mix, Purple Dream. Ranging in color from lilac to merlot to tangerine, this bold and vibrant mix will be a certain crowd-pleaser at any occasion. Zinnias are warm-season annuals and garden workhorses that will reward you with an abundance of cuts from midsummer until first frost.
Purple flowers are easy to grow and maintain
Purple wildflowers are among the easiest to grow so any of these mixes are perfect for the beginning gardener and seasoned green thumb alike. Wait to sow these warm-season annuals until after all danger of frost has passed, and then direct sow the seeds over your planting area.
If you can, site your planting area in a well-draining area that recives full sun, though wildflowers can tolerante some shade. Wildflowers are fairly forgiving of poor soil and hot, dry conditions, so just give the seeds a water after you sow them and again as needed until the plants become established.
100% pure purple wildflower seeds
Whether or not you decide to plant a wildflower meadow or grow your flowers nicely in rows, you won’t have to stress, knowing that your seeds are 100% pure and of the highest quality anywhere. Regardless is you buy by the packet or pound, you can have confidence that your flower patch will be more full and beautiful than it has ever been. Get ready for a garden you can be proud of, and don’t hesitate to share your purple flowers with the world!