Why we're wild over white wildflowers
- 20 varieties in 3 curated mixes
- Favorite with native pollinators
- Excellent companion plants that attract beneficial insects
- Gorgeous cut flowers popular with florists
Plant a native pollinator garden with white wildflower seeds
Who doesn’t love a field of white flowers? There’s something so calming about a sea of white flowers dancing in the breeze. We see white daisies and think purity, love, and innocence—while the bees and butterflies see a steady food supply. Lighter-toned flowers are especially attractive to evening and nocturnal pollinators like bats and moths, as they’re easier to see in low light.
Rather than spend hours deliberating over which seeds to order, we’ve created the perfect mixes for your specific gardening needs. Looking for a pollinator-friendly mix? The perfect cut flower mix? Or a blend of both?
Use white wildflower seeds in cut flower bouquets
If you’re looking for a blend of annual and perennial bloomers, consider the Daisy Crazy Mix. Ranging in color from the creamy shasta daisy to the bicolored painted daisy, pollinators are sure to appreciate this blend of native wildflowers. Direct seed this mix once, and you’ll have perennial plants and self-seeded annuals coming up again and again!
Make a statement with our Cloud 9 Mix—this mix of our nine favorite annual wildflowers is sure to be a hit with the native pollinators. Containing classic flowers like cosmos and zinnias, along with the more exotic love-in-a-mist, this is a dreamy mix to lie down in and watch the clouds float by. Suitable for all hardiness zones, this mix can be direct-sown in either spring or fall.
Reserve part of the patch for pollinator food, but be sure to cut a few stems to enjoy yourself! The diverse flower forms in this mix, ranging from buttercups to delicate umbels, are excellent fillers that add textural interest to bouquets.
For the cut flower enthusiasts, there really isn’t a more effortlessly elegant mix than Zinnia Seeds—Fresh Mix. The perfect blend of yellow-centered, creamy whites and pale green blooms, these zinnias are equally lovely in the garden as they are in the vase.
White wildflowers are easy to grow and maintain
Our white wildflower mixes are designed with ease of planting in mind. No need to worry about starting any of these seeds indoors—all you need to do is direct sow these beauties in a well-draining site that receives partial to full sun. Give it time (and a few spring rain showers) and you’ll have your very own white wildflower meadow!
Wildflowers can tolerate some partial shade but choose a planting site that gets at least six hours of direct sun for the most beautiful blooms. Water the seeds when you plant them or aim to get your planting done right before rain. Once established, these wildflower mixes are fairly drought tolerant, providing a season of flowers with minimal care. Hand-picked to provide varying texture and staggered flowering for the longest and most diverse bloom window, these white wildflower mixes never disappoint.
Make the world a better place for humans and bees alike by ordering your white wildflower seeds today. Order some for yourself and gift your friends and family with these easy-to-grow white wildflower mixes that are sure to brighten anyone’s day.