Annual wildflowers

Annual wildflowers are a beautiful and fascinating part of California’s landscape.Though severely impacted by development and by invasive species, wild displays of wildflowers can still be found throughout the state. Understanding their ecology is an important part of a California gardener’s education.

Include  California's wildflowers in your garden, for your own delight, to deepen your experience of this complex phenomenon, and for the insects and birds that co-evolved with them.

All of our annual wildflower species are offered in packet sizes, which will result in 40-50 live plants. We also offer some species in bulk, from ounces to pounds, as noted in individual listings.

(For more information, see “How-To-Grow California Wildflowers.”

Gilia tricolor
Hemizonia congesta ssp. luzulifolia
(out of stock)
Hemizonia congesta ssp. lutescns
Lasthenia californica
Lasthenia glabrata
Layia platyglossa
Limnanthes douglasii var. nivea
Limnanthes alba
Limnanthes douglasii ssp. sulphurea
Limnanthes douglasii
Linanthus grandiflorus
Lupinus nanus
Lupinus microcarpus var. ‘Ed Gedling’
Lupinus microcarpus
Lupinus densiflorus
(out of stock)
Lupinus succulentus
Madia elegans
(out of stock)
Mentzelia lindleyi
(out of stock)
Nemophila menziesii
Nemophila menziesii var. atomaria
(out of stock)
Nemophila maculata
Oenothera hookeri
Phacelia tanacetifolia

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