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.


We can advise you on availability and prices
For more information

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(select the drop-down list below to switch between Wildflowers/Legumes)

Select Plant Type:
Botanical Name     Common Name
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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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