Collection: Buy Native Seed Packets for Urban Ecosystem Restoration from Natural Communities

Native wildflowers are essential for the health of our ecosystems. They provide food and shelter for wildlife, help to improve air quality, and reduce soil erosion. 

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  • Food and shelter for wildlife: Native wildflowers provide food and shelter for a variety of wildlife, including butterflies, birds, bees, and other pollinators. They also provide habitat for small mammals, reptiles, and amphibians.
  • Improve air quality: Native wildflowers help to improve air quality by absorbing pollutants from the air. They also help to reduce noise pollution by providing a buffer between noise sources and homes and businesses.
  • Reduce soil erosion: Native wildflowers help to reduce soil erosion by holding the soil in place with their roots. They also help to improve water quality by filtering runoff from the soil.

If you live in the Midwest or the Mid-Atlantic, you can help to restore the beauty of the prairie by planting native wildflowers in your garden. Once home to vast prairies and woodlands, much of that land has been converted to agriculture or development or overrun with invasive species. By planting native wildflowers in your garden, you can help to create a small oasis of prairie habitat.

Our native wildflower seed mixes are carefully selected to thrive in the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic climates. We offer a variety of native wildflower seed mixes to choose from, so you can find the perfect mix for your garden. 

Order your native wildflower seed mix today and start attracting butterflies, birds, and other pollinators to your garden! When you plant native wildflowers, you are not only helping to the environment, but you are also creating a beautiful and inviting space for yourself and your family to enjoy.

Here are some additional benefits of planting native wildflowers:

  • They are low-maintenance and require little watering.
  • They are drought-tolerant and can thrive in poor soil conditions.
  • They attract beneficial insects, such as pollinators and predators of pests.
  • They can help to reduce the need for pesticides and herbicides.
  • They can add beauty and diversity to your garden.

If you are looking for a way to help the environment and create a beautiful garden, planting native wildflowers is a great option. Order your seed mix today!