Flower/Herb/Tree Information

Seed Species
Information about our flower , tree & herbs seed. We offer quality seed. Seed is packed monthly and stored in coolers. Orders are printed upon receipt. **ALL Seed is shipped no more than 3 months prior to your Event Date to ensure freshness, please follow the storage directions to ensure germination. 

Wedding Favor Idea All seed and mixes are identified for your guests, seed is tested regularly and of the best quality. Seed packets 2 x 2", have a shelf life of 3-6 months if stored in your refrigerator.
Wedding Favor Idea Seed is presented in hermetically sealed foil pouches to preserve freshness. ( number of seeds varies with species- weight 5-10 grams)
 


Flower Seeds

 

Wildflower Mix


This adaptable combination of perennials will create an everlasting memory of your celebration. Columbine starts to bloom in May, followed closely by Yarrow; they grow to about 2'. Summer warmth brings on the Black-Eyed Susan and Evening Primrose and Queen Anne's Lace, all extremely easy to grow in a wide range of soils. Forget-Me-Not's will grow plentifully anywhere in North America, symbolizing lasting love.

 
 

Rose Seed (Rosa rugosa)

Your guests will cherish this floral remembrance, which produces an abundance of fragrant white, pink and red flowers year after year. This old-fashioned species is very hardy and grows readily in most parts of the US. The seed requires a 3 to 4 month cold period before planting. Plant indoors or out.

 

 
  Gerber Daisy Flower Seed
* indoor & outdoor growing at 70- degrees F Daisies are one of the most beautiful flowers. Gerbera Daisies are wonderful, cheerful, exuberant flowers available in a massive array of colors, from light to dark yellow, orange, pink, brilliant scarlet, deep red, and many more. Gerberas can be used in landscapes as bedding plants for borders and flower beds. They are great flowers for adding color to any room. Daisy flowers are simple, sophisticated and attract every one. Simply put, Daisies are one of nature's finest accomplishments. Plant Daisies in full sun, they should never be allowed to dry, especially when gerbera seeds are starting to germinate.
Tips on growing Gerber Daisy Seed:
 Video
 
  Forget-Me-Not Flower Seed
* indoor and outdoor growing The tiny blue spring blossoms or the Forget-me-not, make this old fashioned biennial an all time favorite. What a thoughtful way to remember your special occasion than the emergence of flowers in your garden each spring.
Tips on Planting Forget-get-me-not flowers
: Video
 
 
  Love-in-a-Mist Flower Seed
* indoor and outdoor growing This charming annual symbolizing eternity, is an ideal wedding flower representing a new beginning that will never end. These delicate blossoms are long lasting, once established they will readily self-seed each year. Blooms in shades of white and light-blue this ground cover will create memories for your wedding , birthday, baptism or baby shower that will last long beyond the day.
 
  Sunflower Flower Seed (Helianthus annuus)
* indoor and outdoor growing This beautiful flower is highly decorative, with small centers and petals that range from pure gold to gold with brown. A true sun worshipper, its head follows the sun as it crosses the sky blooming in the summer. In the botanical world, the sunflower has a primary meaning which, is gifts of radiant warmth. How perfect for a party theme! Considered happy-go-lucky flowers, sunflowers are often linked to loyalty and longevity.
Planting Tips for Sunflower Seeds:
  Video
 
 
  Shasta Daisy Flower Seed
"He loves me, he loves me not..", symbolizing innocence, this classic perennial is a garden favorite. The daisy blooms in the late spring through summer and grows to 3" high.
 

Tree Seedlings & Tree Seed
Please check this map for growing zones in your state

 

Blue Spruce (Picea pungens glauca)
One of America's favorite landscape trees, this evergreen has sweet smelling blue-green needles and grows to 150' in height. As its name indicateds, this tree is noted for its beautiful blue, often silvery , coloring making it one of the most desirable species of evergreen. It thrives in most climates in the USA and can live up to 300 Years. Grows to Zone 8 and - 50 degrees Fahrenheit at approximately 6-10"/year. Blue spruce is commonly planted in landscapes and is the Colorado and Utah state tree. ( seed packets contain 10-15 seeds)

 

Planting Blue Spruce Seeds:   Video

 
Please check this map for growing zones in your state

 
Blue Area - blue spruce
Green Area - blue spruce & black pine
Grey Area - black pine, loblolly pine
 
  Paper (canoe) Birch(Betula papyrifers bs)
Known for its amazing fall golden color this landscape tree grows best in moist soil. It has tremendous winter interest for its beauty and grows to 70 feet. The paper birch is easily recognized for its peeling white bark, which actually did find historical use as a paper substitute. An alternate common name for the tree is canoe birch. The bark, which can be peeled in large wide strips, was valued for construction of canoes. Paper birch is a tree of the north woods, very cold tolerant, with most of its range in the northern United States and in Canada . It is the state tree of New Hampshire.( small seeds-surface sowed- 50 seeds/packet) Grows in Zones 2-5. This seed is surfaced sown and requires additional effort to grow than the other trees.
 
 

Honey Locust: (thornless) (Cleditsia triacanthos inermis)


Shade tree , fast growing , heat & drought tolerant landscape tree, grows to 70' height. Popular tree in urban gardens, its bright green foliage turns brilliant yellow in the fall. ( larger seed pod; 5-6 seeds/packet) Grows in Zones 4-9

 
  Loblolly Pine Tree: (Pinus taeda Improved) Southern Pine
The Loblolly pine was chosen to represent a "Southern pine" it is the most important pine used in southern pine plantations. A popular shade tree, this southern pine is fast growing versatile tree adaptable to a wide range of soils from heat & drought tolerant landscapes. It can grow to 100' height. There are four species of pine native to Arkansas. Among them, the loblolly pine, also known as the Arkansas pine, often is cited as the state tree of Arkansas and also Alabama. ( larger seed pod; 5-6 seeds/packet) Grows in Zones 6-9
 
  Black Pine (Pinus thunbergiana)
Southern Tree-very tolerent Black Pine Tree with its bright pyramidal head and drooping branches makes a beautiful specimen tree growing to 100' tall. It is often found on the eastern seaboard due it its tolerance to salt spray and useful windbreak properties. Hardy to Zone 5. (seed packets contain 10-15 seeds
 
  Incense Cedar ( Calocedrus de currens)
This wonderful evergreen species is named for the unique odour its leaves emit when bruised. These cedars are easy to grow and hold their brilliant green foliage year round . Reaching 70" in height at maturity, Incense Cedars stand up well to variations in temperature and humidity making it very suitable for making pencils. Grown in Zones 5-8, native to North America
 

Herb Seed

Herbs Make Good Scents
Herbs are one of the greatest natural treasures of this world, for they have a magic and inspiration of their own.

"I will reveal to you a love potion, without medicine, without herbs, without any witches magic; if you want to be loved, then love. " — Hecaton of Rhodes
 

  Herbal Garden Mix
Rosemary is a hardy perennial symbolizing remembrance. Bridesmaids wove Rosemary into the bridal wreath then presented it to the bridegroom. For centuries brides put Dill in their wedding shoes for good luck. Parsley, an annual grows to 2' high and is used mostly as a garnish. Thyme has long been known as a symbol of courage. This perennial evergreen is easily grown from seed.
 
  Basil Herb Seed
With its wonderful aroma and flavor, is one of the most widely grown herbs in the world. It is an attractive plant that works well in any garden or on your windowsill. Basil is still considered the "king of herbs" by many cookery authors. It is a tender low-growing 12 -24 " tall.
 
  Thyme Herb Seed
Thyme is appreciated as a versatile culinary seasoning, Easy to grow from seed, thymes thrive and are most flavorful when given lots of sun. Thyme is best cultivated in a hot sunny location with well drained soil. It tolerates drought well.The plants can take deep freezes and are found growing wild on mountain highlands.