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:
Bonnie's Butterfly & Bee Mix (NEW)
Monarch Butterfly & Honey Bee Mix
Big 10 Wildflower Mix
Cowgirl’s Delight (Medium) Wildflower Mix

Short Wildflower Mix
Medium Wildflower Mix

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

For more information
Call 620-398-2231

We can advise you on availability and prices

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

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Botanical Name     Common Name
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 ...