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Seeds to plant in late summer/fall.

By Contributor ; Updated September 21, 2017

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Flower Seeds for Late Summer Planting

From Our Seed Catalog

  • Alyssum Basket of Gold Seeds
  • Ameria Formosa Seeds (as late as 2 mos. before first frost)
  • Bachelor Button Seeds (in warm climates)
  • Bee Balm Seeds (as late as 2 mos. before first frost)

  • Black Eyed Susan Seeds (as late as 2 mos. before first frost)

  • Blue Flax Seeds (as late as 2 mos. before first frost)

  • Calendula Seeds (in warm climates)

  • Chinese Lantern Seeds (as late as 2 mos. before first frost)
  • Columbine Seeds (as late as 2 mos. before first frost)
  • Coreopsis Seeds (as late as 2 mos. before first frost)
  • Cupid's Darts Seeds (in mild climates)
  • Daisy, Painted Seeds (as late as 2 mos. before first frost)
  • Delphinium Seeds (as late as 2 mos. before first frost)
  • Echinacea Seeds (as late as 2 mos. before first frost)
  • Forget-Me-Not Seeds
  • Foxglove Seeds (as late as 2 mos. before first frost)
  • Gaillardia Seeds (as late as 2 mos. before first frost)

  • Love-In-A-Mist Seeds (in warm climates)

  • Lobelia Seeds (in mild climates)

  • Lavender Seeds
  • Lady's Mantle Seeds (as late as 2 mos. before first frost)

  • Nasturtium Seeds (In warm climates)

  • Pansy Seeds (in warm climates)
  • Penstemon Seeds (as late as 2 mos. before first frost)
  • Pony Tail Grass Seeds
  • Prairie Coneflower Seeds (as late as 2 mos. before first frost)
  • Scabiosa Seeds (as late as 6 wks. before first frost)
  • Snapdragons Seeds (in warm climates)
  • Sweet Pea Seeds (Oct - Jan in warm climates)
  • Viola Seeds (in warm climates)

  • Virginia Stocks Seeds (in mild climates)

  • Wallflower Seeds (as late as 2 mos. before first frost)
 

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