Wildfower Seeds of Alaska

Alaska is abundant with a beautiful arrangement of wildflowers. Here you will find an vast assortment of Alaskan wildflower seeds for sale. If you need to order in bulk for a wedding or any event, please contact us for more money saving information.

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All available seed packets:

    

Forget-me-not

Forget-me-not: Guaranteed to Grow!Approx. 750 seeds, Net wt. 500 mg.Packet Dimensions: 6 1/2" x 4"

Forget-Me-Not (Myosotis alpestris) Type: Annual/Biennial. Planting is permanent once established. Where to Grow it: All regions. Bloom time and height: early season, 10 inches. Sun/Shade: sun or shade How to Grow it: Press lightly into soil surface and keep moist. Sow in early spring or fall after frosts. Etc: Alaska's State Flower, the tiny blue flowers of Forget-Me-Nots are an unforgettable symbol of Spring. These heavenly blue flowers emit a beautiful sweet fragrance. Legend has it that a suitor was tragically lost in a raging current as he tried to pick this flower for his love. His last words to her "Forget me not."

$2.50 each

 

Fireweed Fireweed: Guaranteed to Grow!Approx. 175 seeds, Net wt. 10 mg.Packet Dimensions: 6 1/2" x 4"

Fireweed (Epilobium angustifolium) Type: Perennial. Where to Grow it: All regions. Bloom time and height: Summer 4-6 ft. tall. Sun/Shade: full sun. How to Grow it: Spring or late Fall in cold climates, Fall in mild climates. Press lightly into soil surface and keep moist. Etc: Graceful purple-pink to rose-lilac spires of flowers signify the Fireweed. This statuesque perennial's leaves are food for deer and elk. The seeds have white, fluffy tufts that carry them away in the slightest breeze. Its common name is derived from its ability to revegetate quickly after a fire. 

$2.50 each

 

Shooting Star Shooting Star: Guaranteed to Grow!Approx. 50 seeds, Net wt. 35 mg.Packet Dimensions: 6 1/2" x 4"

Shooting Star (Dodecatheon sp.) Type: Perennial. Where to Grow it: All regions. Bloom time and height: Spring, will go dormant in the Summer. 8-15" in. Sun/Shade: sun or partial shade How to Grow it: Best in late Fall. Prepare moist soil, cover seed to 1/16" depth, moisten lightly until rains fall. Etc: One of the most flamboyant of all wildflowers, the Shooting Star is said to resemble a miniature fireworks display. This perennial's purplish-pink flowers nod and the petals are reflexed backwards giving the appearance of motion.

$2.50 each

 

 

Arctic Lupine Arctic Lupine: Guaranteed to Grow!Approx. 25 seeds, Net wt. 410 mg.Packet Dimensions: 6 1/2" x 4"

Arctic Lupine (Lupinus sp.) Type: Annual. Blooms second or third year. Where to Grow it: All regions. Bloom time and height: early to mid-season, 2 to 3 feet Sun/Shade: full sun How to Grow it: Best in Fall. Soak the large, round seeds in water to soften their hard coat before sowing. Press lightly into soil surface and keep moist. Etc: Native Americans say, "where The Great Spirit placed his hand on the land, he left colors of purest blue." In the great natural wilderness that is Alaska, the mountain slopes look like a distant flower garden as the Arctic Lupine purples in the fading last rays of sunlight. 

$2.50 each

 

Wild Columbine Wild Columbine: Guaranteed to Grow!Approx. 75 seeds, Net wt. 100 mg.Packet Dimensions: 6 1/2" x 4"

Columbine (Aquilegia sp.) Type: Perennial. Where to Grow it: All regions. Bloom time and height: Summer 1-2 ft. Sun/Shade: full sun to light shade. How to Grow it: Well-drained soil. Columbines do well in filtered sun under trees etc. Sow in early spring or fall. Sow on the surface, as the seed needs light to germinate. Will reseed themselves or cut back after bloom to encourage further growth. Etc: Amid the moist alpine meadows of Alaska dwells one of the rarest of American wildflowers, the graceful Wild Columbine. It was Latin-named "Columba", or dove, for its resemblance to the bird of peace. Wrote poet, R.H. Barham, "Flowers such as Eden never knew." 

$2.50 each

 

Harebell Harebell: Guaranteed to Grow!Approx. 500 seeds, Net wt. 60 mg.Packet Dimensions: 6 1/2" x 4"

Harebell (Campanula rotundifolia) Type: Annual. Grows quickly, blooms heavily. A dependable reseeder if seed falls on bare ground. Where to Grow it: All regions. Bloom time and height: mid-season 1-2 ft. Sun/Shade: full sun to light shade. How to Grow it: Press lightly into soil surface and keep moist. Blooms in just 8-10 weeks after sprouting; bright red stems identify young seedlings. Plant in spring or in fall after frosts. Etc: Found on rocky Alaskan cliffs, the Harebell is widely known for its grace and beauty. The satiny lilac-blue blossoms of this delicate perennial sit nodding atop slender stems. The radiant color and elegant bell-shaped form of this wildflower is a reminder to the wonders of Nature. 

$2.50 each

 

Iceland Poppy Iceland Poppy: Guaranteed to Grow!Approx. 1225 seeds, Net wt. 200 mg.Packet Dimensions: 6 1/2" x 4"

Iceland Poppy (Papaver nudicaule) Type: Perennial. Where to Grow it: All regions. Bloom time and height: early to mid-season, 1 to 2 feet Sun/Shade: full sun How to Grow it: Spring or late Fall in cold climates, early Fall in mild climates. Press lightly into soil surface and keep moist. Etc: Lifting their delicate cup-shaped petals to the sun, these bright blossoms of orange, white and yellow nod and curtsy on slender stems, painting the landscape from Spring to late Summer.

$2.50 each

 

 

Wild Iris Wild Iris: Guaranteed to Grow!Approx. 25 seeds, Net wt. 500 mg.Packet Dimensions: 6 1/2" x 4"

Iris (Iris sp.) Type: Perennial. Usually flowers the 2nd/3rd year. Where to Grow it: All regions. Bloom time and height: Summer 1-2 ft. Sun/Shade: full sun How to Grow it: Best in Fall/Winter. Soak the large, round seeds in water to soften their hard coat before sowing. Press lightly into soil surface and keep moist. Etc: As beautiful as Alaska itself, the Wild Iris can be found in the coastal meadows of the Alaskan back country. In Greek mythology, Iris was named the goddess of the rainbow and messenger of the gods. This lovely perennial was also chosen by France's King Louis VII to be his symbol of victory following the second Crusades. He called it the Fleur-de-lis. 

$2.50 each

 

Wild Rose: Guaranteed to Grow!Approx. 50 seeds, Net wt. 750 mg.Packet Dimensions: 6 1/2" x 4"

Wild Rose (Rosa sp.) Type: Perennial. Where to Grow it: All regions. Bloom time and height: Spring/Summer 2 to 4 ft. Sun/Shade: sun or partial shade How to Grow it: Best in late Summer or early Fall. Prepare soil, cover seed to 1/4" depth, moisten evenly (not wet) until rains fall. Seed will sprout in Spring. Etc: A rose is a rose is a rose, their beauty is captured forever. Long proclaimed in poetry and prose, the Wild Rose is the most universally recognized of all flowering shrubs. It is found decorating Alaska's mountain woods and streams. This charming perennial tints the landscape with its pinkish-red blossoms and fills the air with its delicate fragrance.

$2.50 each

 

 

Wild Blueberries Wild Blueberries: Guaranteed to Grow!Approx. 75 seeds, Net wt. 30 mg.Packet Dimensions: 6 1/2" x 4"

Blueberry (Vaccinium sp.) Type: Perennial. Where to Grow it: All regions. Bloom time and height: Spring 5-30" in. Sun/Shade: partial shade How to Grow it: Best in late Fall or early Spring. Prepare moist, fertilized soil, cover seed to 1/8" depth, moisten lightly until rains fall. Etc: Wild Blueberries were traditionally an important food source for many Native American people. Today, this popular tart-sweet fruit is eaten fresh or used in pies, pastries, and jams. This perennial's flowers are ivory white and its berries are frosty blue to dark blue. A dwarf shrub.

$2.50 each 

 

 

 

Alaska Bouqet Alaska Bouquet:  Guaranteed to Grow! Approx. 500 seeds, Net wt. 500 mg. Packet Dimensions: 6 1/2" x 4"

Alaska Bouquet Where to Grow it: All regions. Sun/Shade Full sun. How to Grow it: Spring or late Fall in cold climates, early Fall in mild climates. Prepare soil, cover seed to 1/8" depth, moisten lightly until rains fall. Seed will sprout in Spring. Etc: Mother Nature's collection of color and contrast. Wild Blue Flax (Linum sp. perennial) with its delicate sky-blue flowers, the Siberian Aster (Aster sp. perennial) whose lovely lavender petals are a colorful complement to the classic golden Alaska Poppy (Papaver sp. perennial) This magical bouquet turns hillsides ablaze with brilliant colors.
 
$2.50 each
 
 

 

Alaska Seed Garden

Alaska Seed Garden; Guaranteed to Grow! Covers 350 square feet. Net Wt. 3.5 oz. Bag Dimensions: 6 3/4" x 3 1/4" x 2 1/2"

Alaska Wildflower Seeds...A tapestry of nature's most beautiful wildflowers. A collection of twelve annuals and perennials blooming throughout the Spring and Summer. Complete with detailed planting instructions, this easy to grow Seed Garden is guaranteed to grow in most climates and can be planted in the Spring or Fall. This beautiful wildflower assortment from Alaska includes the Forget-Me-Not, Columbine, Iceland Poppy, Fireweed, Arctic Lupine, Shooting Star, Iris, Wild Rose, Aster, Bluebell, Flax, and Paintbrush. This collection creates a colorful wildflower garden and makes for a thoughtful gift.

 $15.00 each

 

Boxed Seed Packets. Easy to grow assortment of five wildflower seed packets attractively packaged in a clear gift box with decorative bow. Seeds grow in all regions and each packet comes with individual planting instructions. This beautiful assortment from Alaska includes the Forget-Me-Not, Iceland Poppy, Fireflower, Wild Rose, and Wild Lupine. This collection creates a colorful wildflower garden and makes for a thoughtful gift.

$12.00 each