Sharp Brothers Seed has two new wildflower mixes designed for pollinators this year. Learn more about our Monarch Butterfly & Honeybee Mix and Bonnie's Butterfly & Bee Mix! (Mixes listed to the left)

Forbs & Legumes

Our easy-to-grow forb & legume seeds are sure to please! Use them in mixes to add carefree color, to attract birds and butterflies, or to help conserve water and reduce maintenance. As part of a natural landscape, wildflowers and native grasses also help give us a sense of place.

 Most Popular Wildflower Mixes 

Sharp Brothers Seed offers a large number of individual varieties of wildflower seeds as well as regional mixes, specialty mixes and custom blends.


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Botanical Name     Common Name
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Achillea Millefolium

Achillea Millefolium

Common Name: White Yarrow

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Achinacea angustifolia

Achinacea angustifolia

Common Name: Black Samson

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Amorpha canescens

Amorpha canescens

Common Name: Leadplant

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Artemisia filifolia

Artemisia filifolia

Common Name: Sand Sage

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Asclepias speciosa

Asclepias speciosa

Common Name: Showy Milkweed

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Asclepias tuberosa

Asclepias tuberosa

Common Name: Butterfly Milkweed

Butterfly Milkweed has lots of bright orange, flat-topped flower clusters that open in early June. Plants bloom for many weeks. Butterfly Milkweed is the host plant for the monarch butterfly and a great nectar source for many other butterflies and...


Aster ericoides

Aster ericoides

Common Name: Heath Aster (White)
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Aster novae-angliae (Symphyotrichum n.)

Aster novae-angliae (Symphyotrichum n.)

Common Name: New England Aster
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Aster oolentangiensis (azureus)

Aster oolentangiensis (azureus)

Common Name: Sky Blue Aster

Dozens of blue flowers with yellow centers bloom on Sky Blue Aster in fall. The foliage is blue-green and stems are dark. Butterflies love the nectar.

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Baptisia alba (leucantha)

Baptisia alba (leucantha)

Common Name: White Wild Indigo

White Wild Indigo provides three season interest! Upright spikes of creamy white flowers appear in late spring over blue-gray foliage. Flowers are followed by interesting pods that can be used in dried arrangements. The White Wild Indigo plant for...


Baptisia australis

Baptisia australis

Common Name: Blue Wild Indigo

Blue Wild Indigo offers clusters of indigo-blue flowers followed by interesting blue-black pods. Foliage is blue-green and growth habit is shrub-like.

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Big 10 Wildflower Mix Mix 'Enhances Wildlife & Pollinator Habitats'

Big 10 Wildflower Mix Mix 'Enhances Wildlife & Pollinator Habitats'

Common Name: Big 10 Wildflower

A blend of native wildflowers designed to provide blooms through the spring, summer and fall seasons. Add beauty to your “Wild Places” and provide food sources for wildl...


Bonnie's Butterfly & Bee Mix Mix 'Pollinator Blend'

Bonnie's Butterfly & Bee Mix Mix 'Pollinator Blend'

Common Name: Bonnie's Butterfly & Bee Mix

This mix of annual and perennial flowers are designed for flower beds. Plant in early to late spring for a lovely multi-season showing of yellow, orange, red, and purple flowers.* Butterflies, Hummingbirds & Honey B...


Chamaecrista fasciculata

Chamaecrista fasciculata

Common Name: Showy Partridge Pea

Showy Partridge Pea is an annual legume. The seed is one of the main food sources for Bobwhite and northern quail because it remains in solid condition throughout the winter and early spring. It is also good...


Coreopsis lanceolata

Coreopsis lanceolata

Common Name: Lanceleaf Coreopsis

Lanceleaf Coreopsis offers showy, deep yellow flowers on tall stems in May and June. Coreopsis plants outgrow weeds and hold the soil.

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Coreopsis tinctoria

Coreopsis tinctoria

Common Name: Plains Coreopsis

Plains Coreopsis is a bright annual that flowers from June to Sept. Lots of very showy yellow flowers with red centers are produced on fairly large branched plants. Central disk is brown.

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Cowgirl's Delight Mix 'Medium Wildflower Mix'

Cowgirl's Delight Mix 'Medium Wildflower Mix'

Common Name: Cowgirl's Delight

The subsoils of the high plains present special revegetation problems when exposed by excavation. Blue Grama, Buffalograss, Sideoats Grama, Alkali Sacaton and Western Wheatgrass combine to form a grass cover that has excellent drou...


Dalea candida

Dalea candida

Common Name: White Prairie Clover

White Prairie Clover is a member of the legume family and is known for its tall, slender, showy upright clump habit, with fine textured green leaves that are larger than the purple prairie clover. The showy clusters of white flowers appear like 'b...


Dalea purpurea

Dalea purpurea

Common Name: Purple Prairie Clover

Native Purple Prairie Clover has lots of conelike heads of purple flowers that dance on top of wiry stems in summer. Small dark leaves give the Purple Prairie Clover a ferny appearance. This nitrogen-fixing legume is an important component of Midw...


Desmanthus illinoensis

Desmanthus illinoensis

Common Name: Illinois Bundleflower

Illinois Bundleflower is a native legume with lavender summer blossoms and compound leaves. Prefers heavier soils in full or partial sun.

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Echinacea pallida

Echinacea pallida

Common Name: Pale Purple Coneflower

Pale Purple Coneflower has tall bare stems that are topped by lavender pink flowers with cone-shaped brown seed heads June-July. Good fresh cut flower or dried flower.

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Echinacea purpurea

Echinacea purpurea

Common Name: Purple Coneflower

Purple Coneflower is an easy-to-grow favorite with lots of rosy purple flowers with non-drooping petals around a brown cone-shaped seed head.

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Eupatorium purpureum

Eupatorium purpureum

Common Name: Joe Pye Weed

Joe Pye Weed is an erect, clump-forming perennial with coarsely-serrated, lance-shaped, dark green leaves on sturdy green stems. Tiny, vanilla-scented, mauve-purple flowers in large clusters bloom mid-summer to early fall. Joe Pye Weed flowers are...


Gaillardia aristata

Gaillardia aristata

Common Name: Blanket Flower

Blanket Flower is a short lived native perennial wild flower perfect for sunny locations and well drained soil. The showy flowers of Blanket Flower are a nice addition to your butterfly garden and also make a great cut flower. Gaillardia aristata ...


Gaillardia pulchella

Gaillardia pulchella

Common Name: Indian Blanket

Indian Blanket is a short-lived annual flowering plant that is native to the central United States. The pinwheel-like florets of the flowerhead tend to be more red-violet, with the outer ray florets yellow. Branching stems are hairy and upright. T...


Helenium autumnale

Helenium autumnale

Common Name: Sneezeweed

Sneezeweed is a clump-forming, Midwest native perennial found in moist soils along streams, ponds or ditches and in spring-fed meadows, prairie and wet open ground. Sneezeweed has distinctive, winged stems branch near the top of plants that hold c...


Helianthus annuus

Helianthus annuus

Common Name: Peredovic Sunflower

Peredovik Black Sunflowers are a warm season annual sunflower that can grow from 2-5’ tall forming heads of black seed high in oil content. Doves especially love the seeds as well as Deer, Turkey, Pheasant, Rabbit & Quail. Dee...


Helianthus maximilianii

Helianthus maximilianii

Common Name: Maximilian Sunflower

Maximilian Sunflower is a coarse native plant with hairy stems and serrated leaves. In midsummer to fall many flowers bloom in a tall, narrow cluster near the top of each plant. Each flower is about four inches in diameter with 10-25 petals. Maxim...


Helianthus mollis

Helianthus mollis

Common Name: Ashy Sunflower

Ashy Sunflower is a robust native sunflower that naturalizes easily, by seed and rhizomes. Similar in appearance to Common Sunflower, Ashy has an abundance of butter-yellow flowers on soft, hairy stems. Ashy Sunflower is a favorite with many kinds...


Heliopsis helianthoides

Heliopsis helianthoides

Common Name: Ox-eye Sunflower

Ox-eye Sunflower offer golden-yellow, daisy-like flowers that bloom for many weeks in summer. The flowers attract butterflies. Song birds enjoy the seed. Good cut flower.

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Lespedeza capitata

Lespedeza capitata

Common Name: Roundhead Lespedeza

The creamy white flowers of Roundhead Lespedeza form dense rounded heads over silvery foliage. Seeds are eaten by songbirds, quail and other game. Roundhead Lespedeza is a legume. Plants provide nutritious and palatable forage for livestock.

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Liatris punctata

Liatris punctata

Common Name: Dotted Gayfeather

Dotted Gayfeather is native to the western short grass prairies of the Great Plains and foothills of Colorado and New Mexico. Liatris punctata is the most xeric of our Gayfeather species. Deep rooted and long lived, this species is the best choice...


Liatris pycnostachya

Liatris pycnostachya

Common Name: Tall Gayfeather

Tall Gayfeather, or Prairie Blazing Star, produces purple flower spikes that are a favorite with butterflies and hummingbirds. Songbirds love the seed. Tall Gayfeather thrives in full sun and moist, well-drained soil but will grow in drier conditi...


Liatris spicata

Liatris spicata

Common Name: Dense Gayfeather

Dense Gayfeather is a favorite native prairie wildflower. Plants form a low clump of grassy looking leaves, bearing tall spikes of bright magenta-purple flowers beginning in midsummer. Very useful in the sunny border or meadow garden, or in contai...


Medium Wildflower Mix Mix

Medium Wildflower Mix Mix

Common Name: Medium Wildflower Mix

Mix Includes:
Showy Partridge Pea
Clasping Coneflower


Monarch Butterfly & Honeybee Wildflower Mix Mix 'Pollinator Blend'

Monarch Butterfly & Honeybee Wildflower Mix Mix 'Pollinator Blend'

Common Name: Monarch Butterfly & Honeybee Wildflower Mix

Includes Butterfly Milkweed, essential for the development of Monarch Butterfly larva. This mix provides prolific pollen and nectar for honey bees, wildbees and butterflies; early spring through late fall. 


Monarda citriodora

Monarda citriodora

Common Name: Lemon Mint

Lemon Mint, also refered to as Lemon Beebalm or Lemon Bergamont, is an annual native across much of North America. Purple flowers attract large numbers of pollinators.

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Monarda fistulosa

Monarda fistulosa

Common Name: Wild Bergamot

Wild Bergamot is a member of the Mint family (Lamiaceae). Wild Bergamot is an aromatic herbaceous perennial which has branched, hairy stems and spreads by seeds and rhizomes. Wild bergamot has square stems with gray-green foliage. This plant is fo...


Oenothera biennis

Oenothera biennis

Common Name: Common Evening Primrose

The common name of Common Evening Primrose describes habit of the plant's flowers to open in the evening and close by the following noon. The flower has a bright nectar guide pattern, invisible in visible light, but apparent under ultraviolet ligh...


Oenothera macrocarpa

Oenothera macrocarpa

Common Name: Missouri Primrose

Missouri Primrose is a showy, trailing plant with large, yellow, fragrant flowers up to 4" across. Plants bloom for a long period from spring through summer.

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Papaver rhoeas

Papaver rhoeas

Common Name: Corn Poppy

Corn Poppy has single flowers of red, pink or white. Each petal often marked at its base with a black blotch. Corn Poppy is easy-to-grow in full sun on well-drained soil. It blooms May to June. The Shirley Poppy is derived from this species.

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Penstemon digitalis

Penstemon digitalis

Common Name: Foxglove Beard Tongue

Foxglove Beard Tongue offers a profusion of tubular white flowers on strong stems in May and June which provide nectar for hummingbirds. Foxglove Beard Tongue is a handsome plant with attractive seed heads and foliage that turns reddish in fall.


Ratibida columnifera

Ratibida columnifera

Common Name: Upright Prairie Coneflower

Upright Prairie Coneflower or Mexican Hat, produce flower petals that are both yellow and red. A perennial forb regenerating annually from the crown, it is a genotyper variation of the Upright Yellow Coneflower.


Ratibida pinnata

Ratibida pinnata

Common Name: Gray-head Prairie Coneflower

Gray-head Coneflower is a summer-long bloomer with large yellow flowers that have drooping petals. Gray-head Coneflower flowers surround a brown seedhead that birds eat from if plants are left standing. It is good for erosion control, looks good i...


Rudbeckia amplexicaulis

Rudbeckia amplexicaulis

Common Name: Clasping Coneflower

Clasping Coneflower is a hardy annual native to the southeastern United States, and has naturalized throughout most of North America. The identifiable black, cone-shaped heads are surrounded by bright yellow, drooping reflexed ray flowers. Claspin...


Rudbeckia hirta

Rudbeckia hirta

Common Name: Black-eyed Susan

Black-eyed Susan is one of the easiest wildflowers to establish! Black-eyed Susan reseeds to return year after year. Prefers well-drained, moist soil in full sun to partial shade. Flowers from May to August.

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Rudbeckia subtomentosa

Rudbeckia subtomentosa

Common Name: Sweet Coneflower

Sweet Coneflower is a native that deserves a place in every garden! In late summer, Sweet Coneflower puts on a dazzling display of golden yellow flowers with dark brown dome-shaped centers. The foliage of this long-lived resilient plant is medium ...


Salvia azurea

Salvia azurea

Common Name: Pitcher Sage

Abundant blue flowers on Blue Sage's slender spikes attract hummingbirds in late summer. Blue Sage has densely-packed flowers that form whirled blooms. The aromatic foliage is narrow, gray-green and lance shaped.

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Senna (Cassia) marilandica

Senna (Cassia) marilandica

Common Name: Maryland Senna

Maryland Senna blooms with clusters of dull yellow flowers atop unbranched stems in summer. In fall, pea-like pods turn black and remains ornamental through the winter.

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Short Wildflower Mix

Short Wildflower Mix

Common Name: Short Wildflower Mix

Silphium laciniatum

Silphium laciniatum

Common Name: Compass Plant

Compass Plant is a tall sturdy plant with large, deeply cut basal leaves that look like huge oak leaves. Large, yellow sunflower-like flowers bloom in loose spikes in summer on tall, stiff stems to nine feet. Compass Plant adds form and texture to...


Silphium perfoliatum

Silphium perfoliatum

Common Name: Cup Plant

Unlike other silphiums, Cup Plant is distinguished by its pairs of cup-forming leaves which clasp the square, central stem and hold water after a rain or heavy dew. Birds and insects are often seen sipping from the "cups." In summer, Cup Plant blo...


Silphium terebinthinaceum

Silphium terebinthinaceum

Common Name: Prairie Dock

In late summer, this robust perennial blooms with sunflower-like yellow flowers on eight-foot tall stalks. The big, bold, basal leaves of Prairie Dock grow 24-36 inches tall and make Prairie Dock a worthy addition to the landscape even without the...


Solidago rigida

Solidago rigida

Common Name: Stiff Goldenrod

Stiff Goldenrod is a clump-forming goldenrod that blooms in late summer through early fall. True yellow, flat-topped flowers provide nectar for butterflies. Birds love the seed of Stiff Goldenrod.

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Solidago speciosa

Solidago speciosa

Common Name: Showy Goldenrod

Clump forming plants of Showy Goldenrod bloom in late summer and fall with showy clusters of bright yellow flowers on stiff reddish stems with narrow leaves.

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Veronicastrum virginicum

Veronicastrum virginicum

Common Name: Culver's Root

Distinguished, six-inch long, candle-like spikes of off-white flowers appear on Culver's Root. Flowering persists for four to six weeks. Culver's Root is a great selection for the garden and for cut flowers.

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