Old-Time Perennial Flower Seeds

Perennials are plants that live longer than two years and flower each year after reaching maturity.  In terms of "flowers", we think of perennials as non-woody plants that flower, die back and go dormant through the winter, and then reappear and flower again the following year.

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Bird's Foot Trefoil
The flowers are bright yellow occasionally with red tinges.
Blanketflower<br><i>Gaillardia arisata</i>
The blossoms are yellow and red blooming from summer into autumn.
Flowers are crimson and orange, in clusters that are two to four inches across. It blooms from spring to fall.
California Poppy, 'Mission Bells'
Blooms in shades ranging from cream to yellow to orange to pink to dark pink.
Roots are dried and roasted to be used as a coffee amendment or substitute. Traditionally used as a medicine.
Columbine, Blue
Blossoms are large (up to three-inches across), blue and white appearing in spring and lasting into summer.
Columbine, Dwarf
The blossoms appear in the spring and last into the summer.
Daisy, Ox-Eye
Beautiful white blossoms with bright yellow "eyes" blooms throughout the summer months.
Daisy, Shasta
White blossoms with yellow centers bloom in the Summer. A classic symbol of the 1960s.
Dame's Rocket
Sweet scented, white but primarily are lavender colored flowers.
Echinacea - Purple Coneflower
A wonderful addition to your folk medicinal or perennial flower garden.
Flax, Blue<br><i>Linum perenne lewisii</i>
A perennial plant that provides years and years of beautiful small sky-blue flowers.
Four O'Clocks (Marvel of Peru)
Four O'Clocks (Marvel of Peru) 2 gm
Beautiful, tall and make a nice addition to the back of a bed in a shadier portion of your yard.
Gayfeather 0.25 gm
Illinois Bundleflower
Attractive, lacy, fern like leaves. It blooms throughout the summer months. Perennial in Zones 5-8.
Johnny Jump-Up
An old-time favorite that was established in American gardens before 1700.
Perennial Lupine
One of Mike's favorites. Once established, provides years of repeated blooms.
Poppy, California
Blooms in shades of orange and grows eight to twelve inches tall.
Primrose, Common Evening
Yellow flowers and bloom all summer. 24-60 inches tall.
Russell Lupine
Beautiful plants and blooms. Once established, provides years of repeated blooms.
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