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Wildflowers for North American Regions
North America is usually divided into these six botanical regions. By clicking on a region below, you will create a list of wildflowers that can be successfully grown in that region. Then click on any flower name to be taken to the page with photo and full information on that flower. Keep in mind these lists will not be of species native to the particular region. For nativity information, see individual species pages.
 
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Northeast Wildflowers
Wildflowers than can be grown in the Northeast

For Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, West Virginia.
Common Name Botanical Name Where it can be grown Native To
African Daisy Dimorphotheca sinuata* All regions of North America. South Africa
Annual 'Arroyo' Lupine Lupinus succulentus All regions of North America. California
Annual Baby's Breath Gypsophila elegans All regions of North America. Eastern Europe
Baby Blue Eyes Nemophilia menziesii All regions of North America. California
Baby Snapdragon/Toadflax Linaria maroccana Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Morocco (as reflected in botanical name)
Bird's Foot Trefoil Lotus corniculatus All regions of North America. Europe
Black-Eyed Susan Rudbeckia hirta All regions of North America. Originally thought to be a native of only the No. Americans plains, but now thought to be native all the way from the plains to the Atlantic coast in the mid-Atlantic states.
Blanket Flower Gaillardia aristata Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. North American plains
Blazing Star Liatris spicata All regions of North America. Most open areas of North America east of the Mississippi; Canada to Florida and Mexico.
Blue Flax Linum perenne lewisii Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. North American plains
Blue Sage Salvia farinacea A desert region native, but can be grown in all regions. Texas and New Mexico
Butterfly Weed Asclepias tuberosa All regions of North America. Native to most of North America, from Canada to Florida
Calendula Calendula officianalis All regions of North America. Europe
California Bluebell Phacelia campanularia Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Southwestern deserts of the US.
California Poppy Eschscholzia californica All regions, perennial in CA, annual elsewhere California
Candytuft Iberis umbellata All regions of North America. Mediterranean
Chicory Cichorium intybus All regions, prohibited in CO Europe
Chinese Forget-me-Not Cynoglossum amabile All regions of North America. Europe
Chinese Houses Collinsia heterophylla All regions of North America. California
Clasping Coneflower Rudbeckia amplexicaulis* Native of the plains regions, but can be grown in all regions.. Southeastern US and east to Kansas.
Cornflower/Bachelor's Button (blue) Centaurea cyanus (blue) All regions, prohibited in NC Europe
Cornflower/Bachelor's Button (multi) Centaurea cyanus (multicolored) All regions, prohibited in NC Europe
Cosmos Cosmos bipinnatus Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Mexico
Crimson Clover Trifolium incarnatum All regions of North America. Europe
Dame's Rocket Hesperis matronalis All regions, prohibited in CO Europe
Desert Marigold Baileya multiradiata Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Southwestern US deserts
Drummond Phlox Phlox drummondii All regions of North America. A small area in Texas including the region of Dallas/Ft Worth.
Eastern Red Columbine Aquilegia canadensis All regions of North America. Eastern No. America
Evening Primrose Oenothera lamarckiana All regions of North America. The North American Plains
Farewell-to-Spring Clarkia unguiculata* All regions of North America. California
Five Spot Nemophila maculata All regions of North America. California
Forget-me-Not Myosotis sylvatica All regions of North America. Europe and Asia
Foxglove Digitalis purpurea ] Europe, naturalized in US Pacific Northwest
Globe Gilia Gilia capitata All regions of North America. Pacific Coast
Gloriosa Daisy Rudbeckia gloriosa All regions of North America. Not a true native, but a cultivar of No. American native Rudbeckia.
Godetia Clarkia amoena All regions of North America. California
Golden Lupine Lupinus densiflorus All regions of North America. Coastal California
Grey-Headed Coneflower Ratibida pinnata Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. The North American Plains
Hollyhock Alcea rosea All regions of North America. Asia Minor
Indian Blanket Gaillardia pulchella Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. Most all of North America
Johnny Jump-up Viola cornuta* All regions of North America. Mtns. Of Spain and France
Lacy Phacelia Phacelia tanacetifolia Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Southwestern US
Lance-leaf Coreopsis Coreopsis lanceolata All regions of North America. Most open areas of North America including the plains and California.
Lemon Mint Monarda citriodora Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. North American plains
Maximilian's Sunflower Helianthus maximiliani Native of the plains regions, but can be grown in all regions.. No. American Plains and Southwestern US
Mexican Hat Ratibida columnaris (red) Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. No. American Plans from Canada to Mexico.
Missouri Primrose Oenothera missouriensis All regions of North America. Texas, Missouri, Nebraska
Morning Glory Ipomoea purpurea All regions of North America. Tropical America
Moss Verbena Verbena tenuisecta All regions, naturalized in Southwest South America
Nasturtium Tropaeolum nanum All regions of North America. Mexico and South America
New England Aster Aster novae-angliae All regions of North America. Eastern and Midwestern No. America, from Canada to Alabama
None-so-Pretty or Catchfly Silene armeria All regions of North America. Europe
Orange Cosmos Cosmos sulphureus Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. American Southwest and Mexico
Oriental Poppy Papaver orientale All regions of North America. Middle East
OxEye Daisy Chrysanthemum leucanthemum All regions, prohibited in CO, IL, IN, KS, MO, MT, OH, WA, WV, WY and Canada Europe
Pale Coneflower Echinacea pallida Native to plains regions, but can be grown well in all regions.
Plains Coreopsis Coreopsis tinctoria Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions.
Prairie Aster Aster tanacetifolius* Native of the plains regions, but can be grown in all regions.. America's Great Plains
Purple Coneflower Echinacea purpurea Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. North American plains
Purple Prairie Clover Petalostemon purpureum* NEW Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. The North American Great Plains
Queen Anne's Lace Ammi majus* seeds All regions of North America. Northeastern Africa and Eurasia
Red Poppy (all red single) Papaver rhoeas (red) All regions of North America. Europe from England to Greece and beyond.
Red Poppy (red, pink, doubles) Papaver rhoeas (mix) All regions of North America. Europe from England to Greece and beyond.
Rocket Larkspur Delphinium ajacis* All regions of North America. Europe
Rocky Mountain Bee Plant Cleome serrulata All regions of North America. Eastern WA state east over the Rockies and into the Great Plains.
Rocky Mountain Pensternon Penstemon strictus Rocky Mountain Native, but adaptable Rocky Mtn. Region
Rose Mallow Lavatera trimestris All regions of North America. Europe
Scarlet Flax Linum grandiflorum rubrum Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. North Africa and Southern Europe
Scarlet Sage Salvia coccinea All regions of North America. From South Carolina west to Texas and south into Mexico and the Tropics
Shasta Daisy Chrysanthemum maximum All regions of North America. Spain and Portugal
Showy Evening Primrose Oenothera speciosa Central and Southern regions of North America From Mexico up through Texas and Missouri
Siberian Wallflower Cheiranthus allionii All regions of North America. Europe
Standing Cypress Ipomopsis rubra All regions, best in warmer areas Southeastern US and east to Kansas.
Sweet Alyssum Lobularia maritima All regions of North America. Southern Europe
Sweet William Dianthus barbatus All regions of North America. Mountain areas of Europe
Texas Bluebonnet Lupinus texensis Can be grown in any region, but best in Texas. Eastern and Southern Texas
Tidy Tips Layia platyglossa All regions, best in western areas California
White Yarrow Achillea millefolium seeds All regions of North America. Europe
Wild Annual Sunflower Helianthus annuus Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. Central plains of North America
Wild Perennial Lupine Lupinus perennis All regions of North America. Most of the US and Canada east of the Mississippi
Yellow Prairie Coneflower Ratibida columnaris (yellow) Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. From western Canada into Mexico.
Zinnia Zinnia elegans All regions of North America. Mexico
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Midwest Wildflowers
Wildflowers than can be grown in the Midwest

For Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota,Montana, Nebraska, Ohio, Wisconsin.
Common Name Botanical Name Where it can be grown Native To
African Daisy Dimorphotheca sinuata* All regions of North America. South Africa
Annual 'Arroyo' Lupine Lupinus succulentus All regions of North America. California
Annual Baby's Breath Gypsophila elegans All regions of North America. Eastern Europe
Baby Blue Eyes Nemophilia menziesii All regions of North America. California
Baby Snapdragon/Toadflax Linaria maroccana Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Morocco (as reflected in botanical name)
Bird's Foot Trefoil Lotus corniculatus All regions of North America. Europe
Black-Eyed Susan Rudbeckia hirta All regions of North America. Originally thought to be a native of only the No. Americans plains, but now thought to be native all the way from the plains to the Atlantic coast in the mid-Atlantic states.
Blanket Flower Gaillardia aristata Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. North American plains
Blazing Star Liatris spicata All regions of North America. Most open areas of North America east of the Mississippi; Canada to Florida and Mexico.
Blue Flax Linum perenne lewisii Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. North American plains
Blue Sage Salvia farinacea A desert region native, but can be grown in all regions. Texas and New Mexico
Butterfly Weed Asclepias tuberosa All regions of North America. Native to most of North America, from Canada to Florida
Calendula Calendula officianalis All regions of North America. Europe
California Bluebell Phacelia campanularia Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Southwestern deserts of the US.
California Poppy Eschscholzia californica All regions, perennial in CA, annual elsewhere California
Candytuft Iberis umbellata All regions of North America. Mediterranean
Chicory Cichorium intybus All regions, prohibited in CO Europe
Chinese Forget-me-Not Cynoglossum amabile All regions of North America. Europe
Chinese Houses Collinsia heterophylla All regions of North America. California
Clasping Coneflower Rudbeckia amplexicaulis* Native of the plains regions, but can be grown in all regions.. Southeastern US and east to Kansas.
Cornflower/Bachelor's Button (blue) Centaurea cyanus (blue) All regions, prohibited in NC Europe
Cornflower/Bachelor's Button (multi) Centaurea cyanus (multicolored) All regions, prohibited in NC Europe
Cosmos Cosmos bipinnatus Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Mexico
Crimson Clover Trifolium incarnatum All regions of North America. Europe
Dame's Rocket Hesperis matronalis All regions, prohibited in CO Europe
Desert Marigold Baileya multiradiata Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Southwestern US deserts
Drummond Phlox Phlox drummondii All regions of North America. A small area in Texas including the region of Dallas/Ft Worth.
Eastern Red Columbine Aquilegia canadensis All regions of North America. Eastern No. America
Evening Primrose Oenothera lamarckiana All regions of North America. The North American Plains
Farewell-to-Spring Clarkia unguiculata* All regions of North America. California
Five Spot Nemophila maculata All regions of North America. California
Forget-me-Not Myosotis sylvatica All regions of North America. Europe and Asia
Foxglove Digitalis purpurea ] Europe, naturalized in US Pacific Northwest
Globe Gilia Gilia capitata All regions of North America. Pacific Coast
Gloriosa Daisy Rudbeckia gloriosa All regions of North America. Not a true native, but a cultivar of No. American native Rudbeckia.
Godetia Clarkia amoena All regions of North America. California
Golden Lupine Lupinus densiflorus All regions of North America. Coastal California
Grey-Headed Coneflower Ratibida pinnata Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. The North American Plains
Hollyhock Alcea rosea All regions of North America. Asia Minor
Indian Blanket Gaillardia pulchella Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. Most all of North America
Johnny Jump-up Viola cornuta* All regions of North America. Mtns. Of Spain and France
Lacy Phacelia Phacelia tanacetifolia Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Southwestern US
Lance-leaf Coreopsis Coreopsis lanceolata All regions of North America. Most open areas of North America including the plains and California.
Lemon Mint Monarda citriodora Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. North American plains
Maximilian's Sunflower Helianthus maximiliani Native of the plains regions, but can be grown in all regions.. No. American Plains and Southwestern US
Mexican Hat Ratibida columnaris (red) Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. No. American Plans from Canada to Mexico.
Missouri Primrose Oenothera missouriensis All regions of North America. Texas, Missouri, Nebraska
Morning Glory Ipomoea purpurea All regions of North America. Tropical America
Moss Verbena Verbena tenuisecta All regions, naturalized in Southwest South America
Nasturtium Tropaeolum nanum All regions of North America. Mexico and South America
New England Aster Aster novae-angliae All regions of North America. Eastern and Midwestern No. America, from Canada to Alabama
None-so-Pretty or Catchfly Silene armeria All regions of North America. Europe
Orange Cosmos Cosmos sulphureus Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. American Southwest and Mexico
Oriental Poppy Papaver orientale All regions of North America. Middle East
OxEye Daisy Chrysanthemum leucanthemum All regions, prohibited in CO, IL, IN, KS, MO, MT, OH, WA, WV, WY and Canada Europe
Pale Coneflower Echinacea pallida Native to plains regions, but can be grown well in all regions.
Plains Coreopsis Coreopsis tinctoria Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions.
Prairie Aster Aster tanacetifolius* Native of the plains regions, but can be grown in all regions.. America's Great Plains
Purple Coneflower Echinacea purpurea Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. North American plains
Purple Prairie Clover Petalostemon purpureum* NEW Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. The North American Great Plains
Queen Anne's Lace Ammi majus* seeds All regions of North America. Northeastern Africa and Eurasia
Red Poppy (all red single) Papaver rhoeas (red) All regions of North America. Europe from England to Greece and beyond.
Red Poppy (red, pink, doubles) Papaver rhoeas (mix) All regions of North America. Europe from England to Greece and beyond.
Rocket Larkspur Delphinium ajacis* All regions of North America. Europe
Rocky Mountain Bee Plant Cleome serrulata All regions of North America. Eastern WA state east over the Rockies and into the Great Plains.
Rocky Mountain Pensternon Penstemon strictus Rocky Mountain Native, but adaptable Rocky Mtn. Region
Rose Mallow Lavatera trimestris All regions of North America. Europe
Scarlet Flax Linum grandiflorum rubrum Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. North Africa and Southern Europe
Scarlet Sage Salvia coccinea All regions of North America. From South Carolina west to Texas and south into Mexico and the Tropics
Shasta Daisy Chrysanthemum maximum All regions of North America. Spain and Portugal
Showy Evening Primrose Oenothera speciosa Central and Southern regions of North America From Mexico up through Texas and Missouri
Siberian Wallflower Cheiranthus allionii All regions of North America. Europe
Standing Cypress Ipomopsis rubra All regions, best in warmer areas Southeastern US and east to Kansas.
Sweet Alyssum Lobularia maritima All regions of North America. Southern Europe
Sweet William Dianthus barbatus All regions of North America. Mountain areas of Europe
Texas Bluebonnet Lupinus texensis Can be grown in any region, but best in Texas. Eastern and Southern Texas
Tidy Tips Layia platyglossa All regions, best in western areas California
White Yarrow Achillea millefolium seeds All regions of North America. Europe
Wild Annual Sunflower Helianthus annuus Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. Central plains of North America
Wild Perennial Lupine Lupinus perennis All regions of North America. Most of the US and Canada east of the Mississippi
Yellow Prairie Coneflower Ratibida columnaris (yellow) Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. From western Canada into Mexico.
Zinnia Zinnia elegans All regions of North America. Mexico
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Pacific Northwest Wildflowers
Wildflowers than can be grown in the Pacific Northwest

For No. California, Western Oregon and Washington.
Common Name Botanical Name Where it can be grown Native To
African Daisy Dimorphotheca sinuata* All regions of North America. South Africa
Annual 'Arroyo' Lupine Lupinus succulentus All regions of North America. California
Annual Baby's Breath Gypsophila elegans All regions of North America. Eastern Europe
Baby Blue Eyes Nemophilia menziesii All regions of North America. California
Baby Snapdragon/Toadflax Linaria maroccana Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Morocco (as reflected in botanical name)
Bird's Eyes Gilia tricolor Best in the west, but can be grown in any region. Western No. America
Bird's Foot Trefoil Lotus corniculatus All regions of North America. Europe
Black-Eyed Susan Rudbeckia hirta All regions of North America. Originally thought to be a native of only the No. Americans plains, but now thought to be native all the way from the plains to the Atlantic coast in the mid-Atlantic states.
Blanket Flower Gaillardia aristata Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. North American plains
Blazing Star Liatris spicata All regions of North America. Most open areas of North America east of the Mississippi; Canada to Florida and Mexico.
Blazing Star (yellow) Mentzelia lindleyi West of the Mississippi
Blue Flax Linum perenne lewisii Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. North American plains
Blue Sage Salvia farinacea A desert region native, but can be grown in all regions. Texas and New Mexico
Butterfly Weed Asclepias tuberosa All regions of North America. Native to most of North America, from Canada to Florida
Calendula Calendula officianalis All regions of North America. Europe
California Bluebell Phacelia campanularia Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Southwestern deserts of the US.
California Poppy Eschscholzia californica All regions, perennial in CA, annual elsewhere California
Candytuft Iberis umbellata All regions of North America. Mediterranean
Chicory Cichorium intybus All regions, prohibited in CO Europe
Chinese Forget-me-Not Cynoglossum amabile All regions of North America. Europe
Chinese Houses Collinsia heterophylla All regions of North America. California
Clasping Coneflower Rudbeckia amplexicaulis* Native of the plains regions, but can be grown in all regions.. Southeastern US and east to Kansas.
Cornflower/Bachelor's Button (blue) Centaurea cyanus (blue) All regions, prohibited in NC Europe
Cornflower/Bachelor's Button (multi) Centaurea cyanus (multicolored) All regions, prohibited in NC Europe
Cosmos Cosmos bipinnatus Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Mexico
Crimson Clover Trifolium incarnatum All regions of North America. Europe
Dame's Rocket Hesperis matronalis All regions, prohibited in CO Europe
Desert Marigold Baileya multiradiata Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Southwestern US deserts
Drummond Phlox Phlox drummondii All regions of North America. A small area in Texas including the region of Dallas/Ft Worth.
Eastern Red Columbine Aquilegia canadensis All regions of North America. Eastern No. America
Evening Primrose Oenothera lamarckiana All regions of North America. The North American Plains
Farewell-to-Spring Clarkia unguiculata* All regions of North America. California
Five Spot Nemophila maculata All regions of North America. California
Forget-me-Not Myosotis sylvatica All regions of North America. Europe and Asia
Foxglove Digitalis purpurea ] Europe, naturalized in US Pacific Northwest
Globe Gilia Gilia capitata All regions of North America. Pacific Coast
Gloriosa Daisy Rudbeckia gloriosa All regions of North America. Not a true native, but a cultivar of No. American native Rudbeckia.
Godetia Clarkia amoena All regions of North America. California
Golden Lupine Lupinus densiflorus All regions of North America. Coastal California
Grey-Headed Coneflower Ratibida pinnata Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. The North American Plains
Hollyhock Alcea rosea All regions of North America. Asia Minor
Indian Blanket Gaillardia pulchella Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. Most all of North America
Johnny Jump-up Viola cornuta* All regions of North America. Mtns. Of Spain and France
Lacy Phacelia Phacelia tanacetifolia Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Southwestern US
Lance-leaf Coreopsis Coreopsis lanceolata All regions of North America. Most open areas of North America including the plains and California.
Lemon Mint Monarda citriodora Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. North American plains
Maximilian's Sunflower Helianthus maximiliani Native of the plains regions, but can be grown in all regions.. No. American Plains and Southwestern US
Mexican Hat Ratibida columnaris (red) Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. No. American Plans from Canada to Mexico.
Missouri Primrose Oenothera missouriensis All regions of North America. Texas, Missouri, Nebraska
Morning Glory Ipomoea purpurea All regions of North America. Tropical America
Moss Verbena Verbena tenuisecta All regions, naturalized in Southwest South America
Mountain Phlox Linanthus grandiflorus All regions, best in Pacific coast states California
Nasturtium Tropaeolum nanum All regions of North America. Mexico and South America
New England Aster Aster novae-angliae All regions of North America. Eastern and Midwestern No. America, from Canada to Alabama
None-so-Pretty or Catchfly Silene armeria All regions of North America. Europe
Orange Cosmos Cosmos sulphureus Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. American Southwest and Mexico
Oriental Poppy Papaver orientale All regions of North America. Middle East
OxEye Daisy Chrysanthemum leucanthemum All regions, prohibited in CO, IL, IN, KS, MO, MT, OH, WA, WV, WY and Canada Europe
Pale Coneflower Echinacea pallida Native to plains regions, but can be grown well in all regions.
Plains Coreopsis Coreopsis tinctoria Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions.
Prairie Aster Aster tanacetifolius* Native of the plains regions, but can be grown in all regions.. America's Great Plains
Purple Coneflower Echinacea purpurea Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. North American plains
Purple Prairie Clover Petalostemon purpureum* NEW Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. The North American Great Plains
Queen Anne's Lace Ammi majus* seeds All regions of North America. Northeastern Africa and Eurasia
Red Poppy (all red single) Papaver rhoeas (red) All regions of North America. Europe from England to Greece and beyond.
Red Poppy (red, pink, doubles) Papaver rhoeas (mix) All regions of North America. Europe from England to Greece and beyond.
Rocket Larkspur Delphinium ajacis* All regions of North America. Europe
Rocky Mountain Bee Plant Cleome serrulata All regions of North America. Eastern WA state east over the Rockies and into the Great Plains.
Rocky Mountain Pensternon Penstemon strictus Rocky Mountain Native, but adaptable Rocky Mtn. Region
Rose Mallow Lavatera trimestris All regions of North America. Europe
Scarlet Flax Linum grandiflorum rubrum Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. North Africa and Southern Europe
Scarlet Sage Salvia coccinea All regions of North America. From South Carolina west to Texas and south into Mexico and the Tropics
Shasta Daisy Chrysanthemum maximum All regions of North America. Spain and Portugal
Showy Evening Primrose Oenothera speciosa Central and Southern regions of North America From Mexico up through Texas and Missouri
Siberian Wallflower Cheiranthus allionii All regions of North America. Europe
Standing Cypress Ipomopsis rubra All regions, best in warmer areas Southeastern US and east to Kansas.
Sweet Alyssum Lobularia maritima All regions of North America. Southern Europe
Sweet William Dianthus barbatus All regions of North America. Mountain areas of Europe
Texas Bluebonnet Lupinus texensis Can be grown in any region, but best in Texas. Eastern and Southern Texas
Tidy Tips Layia platyglossa All regions, best in western areas California
White Yarrow Achillea millefolium seeds All regions of North America. Europe
Wild Annual Sunflower Helianthus annuus Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. Central plains of North America
Wild Perennial Lupine Lupinus perennis All regions of North America. Most of the US and Canada east of the Mississippi
Yellow Prairie Coneflower Ratibida columnaris (yellow) Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. From western Canada into Mexico.
Zinnia Zinnia elegans All regions of North America. Mexico
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Southeast Wildflowers
Wildflowers than can be grown in the Southeast

For Alabama, Arizona, Washing DC, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennesee, Virginia, East Texas.
Common Name Botanical Name Where it can be grown Native To
African Daisy Dimorphotheca sinuata* All regions of North America. South Africa
Annual 'Arroyo' Lupine Lupinus succulentus All regions of North America. California
Annual Baby's Breath Gypsophila elegans All regions of North America. Eastern Europe
Baby Blue Eyes Nemophilia menziesii All regions of North America. California
Baby Snapdragon/Toadflax Linaria maroccana Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Morocco (as reflected in botanical name)
Bird's Foot Trefoil Lotus corniculatus All regions of North America. Europe
Black-Eyed Susan Rudbeckia hirta All regions of North America. Originally thought to be a native of only the No. Americans plains, but now thought to be native all the way from the plains to the Atlantic coast in the mid-Atlantic states.
Blanket Flower Gaillardia aristata Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. North American plains
Blazing Star Liatris spicata All regions of North America. Most open areas of North America east of the Mississippi; Canada to Florida and Mexico.
Blue Flax Linum perenne lewisii Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. North American plains
Blue Sage Salvia farinacea A desert region native, but can be grown in all regions. Texas and New Mexico
Butterfly Weed Asclepias tuberosa All regions of North America. Native to most of North America, from Canada to Florida
Calendula Calendula officianalis All regions of North America. Europe
California Bluebell Phacelia campanularia Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Southwestern deserts of the US.
California Poppy Eschscholzia californica All regions, perennial in CA, annual elsewhere California
Candytuft Iberis umbellata All regions of North America. Mediterranean
Chicory Cichorium intybus All regions, prohibited in CO Europe
Chinese Forget-me-Not Cynoglossum amabile All regions of North America. Europe
Clasping Coneflower Rudbeckia amplexicaulis* Native of the plains regions, but can be grown in all regions.. Southeastern US and east to Kansas.
Cornflower/Bachelor's Button (blue) Centaurea cyanus (blue) All regions, prohibited in NC Europe
Cornflower/Bachelor's Button (multi) Centaurea cyanus (multicolored) All regions, prohibited in NC Europe
Cosmos Cosmos bipinnatus Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Mexico
Crimson Clover Trifolium incarnatum All regions of North America. Europe
Dame's Rocket Hesperis matronalis All regions, prohibited in CO Europe
Desert Marigold Baileya multiradiata Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Southwestern US deserts
Drummond Phlox Phlox drummondii All regions of North America. A small area in Texas including the region of Dallas/Ft Worth.
Eastern Red Columbine Aquilegia canadensis All regions of North America. Eastern No. America
Evening Primrose Oenothera lamarckiana All regions of North America. The North American Plains
Farewell-to-Spring Clarkia unguiculata* All regions of North America. California
Five Spot Nemophila maculata All regions of North America. California
Forget-me-Not Myosotis sylvatica All regions of North America. Europe and Asia
Foxglove Digitalis purpurea ] Europe, naturalized in US Pacific Northwest
Globe Gilia Gilia capitata All regions of North America. Pacific Coast
Gloriosa Daisy Rudbeckia gloriosa All regions of North America. Not a true native, but a cultivar of No. American native Rudbeckia.
Godetia Clarkia amoena All regions of North America. California
Golden Lupine Lupinus densiflorus All regions of North America. Coastal California
Grey-Headed Coneflower Ratibida pinnata Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. The North American Plains
Hollyhock Alcea rosea All regions of North America. Asia Minor
Iceland Poppy Papaver nudicaule All region of North America, performs as perennial in Southeast. Arctic regions of No. American and Eurasia
Indian Blanket Gaillardia pulchella Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. Most all of North America
Johnny Jump-up Viola cornuta* All regions of North America. Mtns. Of Spain and France
Lacy Phacelia Phacelia tanacetifolia Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Southwestern US
Lance-leaf Coreopsis Coreopsis lanceolata All regions of North America. Most open areas of North America including the plains and California.
Lemon Mint Monarda citriodora Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. North American plains
Maximilian's Sunflower Helianthus maximiliani Native of the plains regions, but can be grown in all regions.. No. American Plains and Southwestern US
Mexican Hat Ratibida columnaris (red) Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. No. American Plans from Canada to Mexico.
Missouri Primrose Oenothera missouriensis All regions of North America. Texas, Missouri, Nebraska
Morning Glory Ipomoea purpurea All regions of North America. Tropical America
Moss Verbena Verbena tenuisecta All regions, naturalized in Southwest South America
Nasturtium Tropaeolum nanum All regions of North America. Mexico and South America
New England Aster Aster novae-angliae All regions of North America. Eastern and Midwestern No. America, from Canada to Alabama
None-so-Pretty or Catchfly Silene armeria All regions of North America. Europe
Orange Cosmos Cosmos sulphureus Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. American Southwest and Mexico
Oriental Poppy Papaver orientale All regions of North America. Middle East
OxEye Daisy Chrysanthemum leucanthemum All regions, prohibited in CO, IL, IN, KS, MO, MT, OH, WA, WV, WY and Canada Europe
Pale Coneflower Echinacea pallida Native to plains regions, but can be grown well in all regions.
Plains Coreopsis Coreopsis tinctoria Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions.
Prairie Aster Aster tanacetifolius* Native of the plains regions, but can be grown in all regions.. America's Great Plains
Purple Coneflower Echinacea purpurea Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. North American plains
Purple Prairie Clover Petalostemon purpureum* NEW Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. The North American Great Plains
Queen Anne's Lace Ammi majus* seeds All regions of North America. Northeastern Africa and Eurasia
Red Poppy (all red single) Papaver rhoeas (red) All regions of North America. Europe from England to Greece and beyond.
Red Poppy (red, pink, doubles) Papaver rhoeas (mix) All regions of North America. Europe from England to Greece and beyond.
Rocket Larkspur Delphinium ajacis* All regions of North America. Europe
Rocky Mountain Bee Plant Cleome serrulata All regions of North America. Eastern WA state east over the Rockies and into the Great Plains.
Rocky Mountain Pensternon Penstemon strictus Rocky Mountain Native, but adaptable Rocky Mtn. Region
Rose Mallow Lavatera trimestris All regions of North America. Europe
Scarlet Flax Linum grandiflorum rubrum Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. North Africa and Southern Europe
Scarlet Sage Salvia coccinea All regions of North America. From South Carolina west to Texas and south into Mexico and the Tropics
Shasta Daisy Chrysanthemum maximum All regions of North America. Spain and Portugal
Showy Evening Primrose Oenothera speciosa Central and Southern regions of North America From Mexico up through Texas and Missouri
Siberian Wallflower Cheiranthus allionii All regions of North America. Europe
Standing Cypress Ipomopsis rubra All regions, best in warmer areas Southeastern US and east to Kansas.
Sweet Alyssum Lobularia maritima All regions of North America. Southern Europe
Sweet William Dianthus barbatus All regions of North America. Mountain areas of Europe
Texas Bluebonnet Lupinus texensis Can be grown in any region, but best in Texas. Eastern and Southern Texas
Tidy Tips Layia platyglossa All regions, best in western areas California
White Yarrow Achillea millefolium seeds All regions of North America. Europe
Wild Annual Sunflower Helianthus annuus Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. Central plains of North America
Wild Perennial Lupine Lupinus perennis All regions of North America. Most of the US and Canada east of the Mississippi
Yellow Prairie Coneflower Ratibida columnaris (yellow) Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. From western Canada into Mexico.
Zinnia Zinnia elegans All regions of North America. Mexico
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Southwest Wildflowers
Wildflowers than can be grown in the Southwest

For Arizona, So. California, New Mexico, So. Nevada, West Texas, Oklahoma.
Common Name Botanical Name Where it can be grown Native To
African Daisy Dimorphotheca sinuata* All regions of North America. South Africa
Annual 'Arroyo' Lupine Lupinus succulentus All regions of North America. California
Annual Baby's Breath Gypsophila elegans All regions of North America. Eastern Europe
Baby Blue Eyes Nemophilia menziesii All regions of North America. California
Baby Snapdragon/Toadflax Linaria maroccana Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Morocco (as reflected in botanical name)
Bird's Eyes Gilia tricolor Best in the west, but can be grown in any region. Western No. America
Bird's Foot Trefoil Lotus corniculatus All regions of North America. Europe
Black-Eyed Susan Rudbeckia hirta All regions of North America. Originally thought to be a native of only the No. Americans plains, but now thought to be native all the way from the plains to the Atlantic coast in the mid-Atlantic states.
Blanket Flower Gaillardia aristata Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. North American plains
Blazing Star Liatris spicata All regions of North America. Most open areas of North America east of the Mississippi; Canada to Florida and Mexico.
Blazing Star (yellow) Mentzelia lindleyi West of the Mississippi
Blue Flax Linum perenne lewisii Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. North American plains
Blue Sage Salvia farinacea A desert region native, but can be grown in all regions. Texas and New Mexico
Butterfly Weed Asclepias tuberosa All regions of North America. Native to most of North America, from Canada to Florida
Calendula Calendula officianalis All regions of North America. Europe
California Bluebell Phacelia campanularia Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Southwestern deserts of the US.
California Poppy Eschscholzia californica All regions, perennial in CA, annual elsewhere California
Candytuft Iberis umbellata All regions of North America. Mediterranean
Chicory Cichorium intybus All regions, prohibited in CO Europe
Chinese Forget-me-Not Cynoglossum amabile All regions of North America. Europe
Chinese Houses Collinsia heterophylla All regions of North America. California
Clasping Coneflower Rudbeckia amplexicaulis* Native of the plains regions, but can be grown in all regions.. Southeastern US and east to Kansas.
Cornflower/Bachelor's Button (blue) Centaurea cyanus (blue) All regions, prohibited in NC Europe
Cornflower/Bachelor's Button (multi) Centaurea cyanus (multicolored) All regions, prohibited in NC Europe
Cosmos Cosmos bipinnatus Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Mexico
Crimson Clover Trifolium incarnatum All regions of North America. Europe
Dame's Rocket Hesperis matronalis All regions, prohibited in CO Europe
Desert Marigold Baileya multiradiata Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Southwestern US deserts
Drummond Phlox Phlox drummondii All regions of North America. A small area in Texas including the region of Dallas/Ft Worth.
Eastern Red Columbine Aquilegia canadensis All regions of North America. Eastern No. America
Evening Primrose Oenothera lamarckiana All regions of North America. The North American Plains
Farewell-to-Spring Clarkia unguiculata* All regions of North America. California
Five Spot Nemophila maculata All regions of North America. California
Forget-me-Not Myosotis sylvatica All regions of North America. Europe and Asia
Foxglove Digitalis purpurea ] Europe, naturalized in US Pacific Northwest
Globe Gilia Gilia capitata All regions of North America. Pacific Coast
Gloriosa Daisy Rudbeckia gloriosa All regions of North America. Not a true native, but a cultivar of No. American native Rudbeckia.
Godetia Clarkia amoena All regions of North America. California
Golden Lupine Lupinus densiflorus All regions of North America. Coastal California
Grey-Headed Coneflower Ratibida pinnata Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. The North American Plains
Hollyhock Alcea rosea All regions of North America. Asia Minor
Iceland Poppy Papaver nudicaule All region of North America, performs as perennial in Southeast. Arctic regions of No. American and Eurasia
Indian Blanket Gaillardia pulchella Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. Most all of North America
Johnny Jump-up Viola cornuta* All regions of North America. Mtns. Of Spain and France
Lacy Phacelia Phacelia tanacetifolia Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Southwestern US
Lance-leaf Coreopsis Coreopsis lanceolata All regions of North America. Most open areas of North America including the plains and California.
Lemon Mint Monarda citriodora Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. North American plains
Maximilian's Sunflower Helianthus maximiliani Native of the plains regions, but can be grown in all regions.. No. American Plains and Southwestern US
Mexican Hat Ratibida columnaris (red) Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. No. American Plans from Canada to Mexico.
Missouri Primrose Oenothera missouriensis All regions of North America. Texas, Missouri, Nebraska
Morning Glory Ipomoea purpurea All regions of North America. Tropical America
Moss Verbena Verbena tenuisecta All regions, naturalized in Southwest South America
Mountain Phlox Linanthus grandiflorus All regions, best in Pacific coast states California
Nasturtium Tropaeolum nanum All regions of North America. Mexico and South America
New England Aster Aster novae-angliae All regions of North America. Eastern and Midwestern No. America, from Canada to Alabama
None-so-Pretty or Catchfly Silene armeria All regions of North America. Europe
Orange Cosmos Cosmos sulphureus Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. American Southwest and Mexico
Oriental Poppy Papaver orientale All regions of North America. Middle East
OxEye Daisy Chrysanthemum leucanthemum All regions, prohibited in CO, IL, IN, KS, MO, MT, OH, WA, WV, WY and Canada Europe
Pale Coneflower Echinacea pallida Native to plains regions, but can be grown well in all regions.
Plains Coreopsis Coreopsis tinctoria Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions.
Prairie Aster Aster tanacetifolius* Native of the plains regions, but can be grown in all regions.. America's Great Plains
Purple Coneflower Echinacea purpurea Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. North American plains
Purple Prairie Clover Petalostemon purpureum* NEW Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. The North American Great Plains
Queen Anne's Lace Ammi majus* seeds All regions of North America. Northeastern Africa and Eurasia
Red Poppy (all red single) Papaver rhoeas (red) All regions of North America. Europe from England to Greece and beyond.
Red Poppy (red, pink, doubles) Papaver rhoeas (mix) All regions of North America. Europe from England to Greece and beyond.
Rocket Larkspur Delphinium ajacis* All regions of North America. Europe
Rocky Mountain Bee Plant Cleome serrulata All regions of North America. Eastern WA state east over the Rockies and into the Great Plains.
Rocky Mountain Pensternon Penstemon strictus Rocky Mountain Native, but adaptable Rocky Mtn. Region
Rose Mallow Lavatera trimestris All regions of North America. Europe
Scarlet Flax Linum grandiflorum rubrum Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. North Africa and Southern Europe
Scarlet Sage Salvia coccinea All regions of North America. From South Carolina west to Texas and south into Mexico and the Tropics
Shasta Daisy Chrysanthemum maximum All regions of North America. Spain and Portugal
Showy Evening Primrose Oenothera speciosa Central and Southern regions of North America From Mexico up through Texas and Missouri
Siberian Wallflower Cheiranthus allionii All regions of North America. Europe
Standing Cypress Ipomopsis rubra All regions, best in warmer areas Southeastern US and east to Kansas.
Sweet Alyssum Lobularia maritima All regions of North America. Southern Europe
Sweet William Dianthus barbatus All regions of North America. Mountain areas of Europe
Texas Bluebonnet Lupinus texensis Can be grown in any region, but best in Texas. Eastern and Southern Texas
Tidy Tips Layia platyglossa All regions, best in western areas California
White Yarrow Achillea millefolium seeds All regions of North America. Europe
Wild Annual Sunflower Helianthus annuus Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. Central plains of North America
Wild Perennial Lupine Lupinus perennis All regions of North America. Most of the US and Canada east of the Mississippi
Yellow Prairie Coneflower Ratibida columnaris (yellow) Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. From western Canada into Mexico.
Zinnia Zinnia elegans All regions of North America. Mexico
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Western Mtns. Wildflowers
Wildflowers than can be grown in the Western Mtns.

For Colorado, Utah, Montana, Indiana, Wyoming, Nevada, North Dakota,South Dakota ,Eastern Oregon & Washington
Common Name Botanical Name Where it can be grown Native To
African Daisy Dimorphotheca sinuata* All regions of North America. South Africa
Annual 'Arroyo' Lupine Lupinus succulentus All regions of North America. California
Annual Baby's Breath Gypsophila elegans All regions of North America. Eastern Europe
Baby Blue Eyes Nemophilia menziesii All regions of North America. California
Baby Snapdragon/Toadflax Linaria maroccana Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Morocco (as reflected in botanical name)
Bird's Foot Trefoil Lotus corniculatus All regions of North America. Europe
Black-Eyed Susan Rudbeckia hirta All regions of North America. Originally thought to be a native of only the No. Americans plains, but now thought to be native all the way from the plains to the Atlantic coast in the mid-Atlantic states.
Blanket Flower Gaillardia aristata Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. North American plains
Blazing Star Liatris spicata All regions of North America. Most open areas of North America east of the Mississippi; Canada to Florida and Mexico.
Blazing Star (yellow) Mentzelia lindleyi West of the Mississippi
Blue Flax Linum perenne lewisii Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. North American plains
Blue Sage Salvia farinacea A desert region native, but can be grown in all regions. Texas and New Mexico
Butterfly Weed Asclepias tuberosa All regions of North America. Native to most of North America, from Canada to Florida
Calendula Calendula officianalis All regions of North America. Europe
California Bluebell Phacelia campanularia Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Southwestern deserts of the US.
California Poppy Eschscholzia californica All regions, perennial in CA, annual elsewhere California
Candytuft Iberis umbellata All regions of North America. Mediterranean
Chicory Cichorium intybus All regions, prohibited in CO Europe
Chinese Forget-me-Not Cynoglossum amabile All regions of North America. Europe
Chinese Houses Collinsia heterophylla All regions of North America. California
Clasping Coneflower Rudbeckia amplexicaulis* Native of the plains regions, but can be grown in all regions.. Southeastern US and east to Kansas.
Cornflower/Bachelor's Button (blue) Centaurea cyanus (blue) All regions, prohibited in NC Europe
Cornflower/Bachelor's Button (multi) Centaurea cyanus (multicolored) All regions, prohibited in NC Europe
Cosmos Cosmos bipinnatus Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Mexico
Crimson Clover Trifolium incarnatum All regions of North America. Europe
Dame's Rocket Hesperis matronalis All regions, prohibited in CO Europe
Desert Marigold Baileya multiradiata Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Southwestern US deserts
Drummond Phlox Phlox drummondii All regions of North America. A small area in Texas including the region of Dallas/Ft Worth.
Eastern Red Columbine Aquilegia canadensis All regions of North America. Eastern No. America
Evening Primrose Oenothera lamarckiana All regions of North America. The North American Plains
Farewell-to-Spring Clarkia unguiculata* All regions of North America. California
Five Spot Nemophila maculata All regions of North America. California
Forget-me-Not Myosotis sylvatica All regions of North America. Europe and Asia
Foxglove Digitalis purpurea ] Europe, naturalized in US Pacific Northwest
Globe Gilia Gilia capitata All regions of North America. Pacific Coast
Gloriosa Daisy Rudbeckia gloriosa All regions of North America. Not a true native, but a cultivar of No. American native Rudbeckia.
Godetia Clarkia amoena All regions of North America. California
Golden Lupine Lupinus densiflorus All regions of North America. Coastal California
Grey-Headed Coneflower Ratibida pinnata Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. The North American Plains
Hollyhock Alcea rosea All regions of North America. Asia Minor
Indian Blanket Gaillardia pulchella Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. Most all of North America
Johnny Jump-up Viola cornuta* All regions of North America. Mtns. Of Spain and France
Lacy Phacelia Phacelia tanacetifolia Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. Southwestern US
Lance-leaf Coreopsis Coreopsis lanceolata All regions of North America. Most open areas of North America including the plains and California.
Lemon Mint Monarda citriodora Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. North American plains
Maximilian's Sunflower Helianthus maximiliani Native of the plains regions, but can be grown in all regions.. No. American Plains and Southwestern US
Mexican Hat Ratibida columnaris (red) Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. No. American Plans from Canada to Mexico.
Missouri Primrose Oenothera missouriensis All regions of North America. Texas, Missouri, Nebraska
Morning Glory Ipomoea purpurea All regions of North America. Tropical America
Moss Verbena Verbena tenuisecta All regions, naturalized in Southwest South America
Nasturtium Tropaeolum nanum All regions of North America. Mexico and South America
New England Aster Aster novae-angliae All regions of North America. Eastern and Midwestern No. America, from Canada to Alabama
None-so-Pretty or Catchfly Silene armeria All regions of North America. Europe
Orange Cosmos Cosmos sulphureus Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. American Southwest and Mexico
Oriental Poppy Papaver orientale All regions of North America. Middle East
OxEye Daisy Chrysanthemum leucanthemum All regions, prohibited in CO, IL, IN, KS, MO, MT, OH, WA, WV, WY and Canada Europe
Pale Coneflower Echinacea pallida Native to plains regions, but can be grown well in all regions.
Plains Coreopsis Coreopsis tinctoria Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions.
Prairie Aster Aster tanacetifolius* Native of the plains regions, but can be grown in all regions.. America's Great Plains
Purple Coneflower Echinacea purpurea Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. North American plains
Purple Prairie Clover Petalostemon purpureum* NEW Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. The North American Great Plains
Queen Anne's Lace Ammi majus* seeds All regions of North America. Northeastern Africa and Eurasia
Red Poppy (all red single) Papaver rhoeas (red) All regions of North America. Europe from England to Greece and beyond.
Red Poppy (red, pink, doubles) Papaver rhoeas (mix) All regions of North America. Europe from England to Greece and beyond.
Rocket Larkspur Delphinium ajacis* All regions of North America. Europe
Rocky Mountain Bee Plant Cleome serrulata All regions of North America. Eastern WA state east over the Rockies and into the Great Plains.
Rocky Mountain Pensternon Penstemon strictus Rocky Mountain Native, but adaptable Rocky Mtn. Region
Rose Mallow Lavatera trimestris All regions of North America. Europe
Scarlet Flax Linum grandiflorum rubrum Native to desert areas, but can be grown successfully in all regions. North Africa and Southern Europe
Scarlet Sage Salvia coccinea All regions of North America. From South Carolina west to Texas and south into Mexico and the Tropics
Shasta Daisy Chrysanthemum maximum All regions of North America. Spain and Portugal
Showy Evening Primrose Oenothera speciosa Central and Southern regions of North America From Mexico up through Texas and Missouri
Siberian Wallflower Cheiranthus allionii All regions of North America. Europe
Standing Cypress Ipomopsis rubra All regions, best in warmer areas Southeastern US and east to Kansas.
Sweet Alyssum Lobularia maritima All regions of North America. Southern Europe
Sweet William Dianthus barbatus All regions of North America. Mountain areas of Europe
Texas Bluebonnet Lupinus texensis Can be grown in any region, but best in Texas. Eastern and Southern Texas
Tidy Tips Layia platyglossa All regions, best in western areas California
White Yarrow Achillea millefolium seeds All regions of North America. Europe
Wild Annual Sunflower Helianthus annuus Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. Central plains of North America
Wild Perennial Lupine Lupinus perennis All regions of North America. Most of the US and Canada east of the Mississippi
Yellow Prairie Coneflower Ratibida columnaris (yellow) Native to plains regions, but can be grown in all regions. From western Canada into Mexico.
Zinnia Zinnia elegans All regions of North America. Mexico

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