This site is for and about wildflower seeds and wildflower potted plants native to the Midwest and Eastern USA.  Beautiful annual and perennial wildflower seeds and potted plants are easy to grow, resistant to drought and pests, and provide unlimited pleasure by attracting butterflies, hummingbirds and songbirds to your home.  Spring and Fall are great times to plant wildflower potted plants.  Fall through early winter is a great time to plant many native perennial wildflower seeds.  Some perennials and most native annual wildflower seeds will also be ok planted in late winter to early spring.

Click here for driving directions to 
Easywildflowers Native Plant Nursery, 
We are located at  975 Post Oak Dr in Willow Springs Missouri 65793
                           (975 County Rd 5170)

 Wildflower Seed and Potted Plant Price List includes seed & potted plant prices for individual wildflower species and links to information for each of our wildflowers including wildflower pictures, wildflower botanical names with pronunciations and common names, descriptions for each wildflower and information on area coverage, hardiness zones, and natural distribution maps of each wildflower species.

  Hummingbird plants  contains a list of Native Wildflower Nectar Plants for Hummingbirds
These Wildflowers are a natural food source for Hummingbirds

Butterfly Caterpillar Host plants  Contains a list  of Native Wildflower Host Plants for butterflies
These Wildflowers are a natural food source for Butterfly caterpillars

Xeriscaping (zer-i-skap-ing) with native wildflower plants.  Creating an attractive landscape with drought tolerant native wildflower seeds/plants that use less fertilizer, need fewer pest controls and the use of mulch to conserve water and help prevent weeds.  Native plants are naturally accustomed to local climates and are good choices for water and waste efficient landscapes.  Xeriscapes can be full of beautiful native wild flowers and warm season grasses maintained with water-efficient practices to create an inviting cool, green landscape.

Deer Resistant Native Plants, Wildflowers and Shrubs.  When deer are hungry they will eat almost any plant.  Deer will especially nibble on most plants in the spring when plants are tender, more palatable and high in nutrition.  The plants on this list are less likely to be eaten by deer.  Plants not bothered in one area may be a preferred food in a different part of the country.  This is a partial list, additional plants will be added later.

Hummingbird plants List of Native Wildflower seeds and potted plants to provide nectar for hummingbirds.  These showy native wildflowers are an attractive addition to the hummingbird garden or butterfly garden and wildflower meadow.

Wildflower Books contains descriptions of our favorite wildflower books on native wild flowers, including wildflower field guides with color photographs for wildflower identification, wildflower growing and propagating guides, a butterfly guide with color photographs, and books on gardening with native wildflowers.
        Book Missouri Wildflowers (Sixth Edition)  available $14.00 
plus $6 priority mail shipping (1 or 2 books)

Seed Planting Info. contains information on site Preparation for wildflower beds and prairie restorations using native wildflower seed, how to grow and propagate native wild flowers, and methods of pre-treating prairie wildflower seeds with stratification and scarification for better wild flower seed germination.

Flower Pictures contains photographs of native wildflowers in their natural habitat and in wildflower plantings.  For additional wild flower pictures go to the seed list page and click on each wildflowers common name.

Invasive Plants contains a list of plants alien to the U.S. with the potential to become serious problems to gardeners and environmentalists, some of the problems each species causes in our environment and methods for their control or eradication.  These plants should not be planted in the Midwestern or Eastern USA.

Wildflower Comments contains a place for your comments about native wildflower seeds, wildflower plants and this site.

Order Form   Copy the wildflower order form, fill in your information and email, mail or fax it to us.  Wildflower seeds and potted plants can be ordered by email, send your name/mailing address and a list of the wildflower seeds you need.  When ordering wildflower potted plants I will need your address to correctly calculate shipping cost.  We do not share your information with anyone.  Please contact us by email for orders outside the US.  Please  email questions, comments & orders to john@easywildflowers.com or mail to 
PO Box 522
Willow Springs, MO. 65793 

   Search Form is used to search for wildflower documents in this web containing specific words or combinations of words. The text search engine will display a weighted list of matching documents, with better matches shown first. 

Wildflower Links & Webrings

Native wildflower Seed for some native prairie wild flowers need 3 to 12 weeks exposure to cool, moist conditions before the wild flower seed will germinate.  This may be achieved by broadcasting/planting the wildflower seeds on a wildflower bed or prairie wildflower field in the winter and letting nature do its job or pre-treating the wildflower seeds in a refrigerator for the recommended time before spring planting. 
     Some native wildflower seeds have a hard seed coat making germination slow or difficult.  These seeds will germinate much easier when scarified before planting.  Scarify seeds by rubbing between 2 sheets of coarse sandpaper to scratch the seeds hard outer layer and let water penetrate.

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Easyliving Wildflowers
PO Box  522
Willow Springs,  Mo.  65793
phone-fax 417-469-2611

e-mail questions, comments, and orders to 
- john@easywildflowers.com

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  All rights reserved.  Revised: December 04, 2013 .