2020-2021 Seed Sale
What to Know Before You Grow – Important!
Late fall and winter are ideal times of year to sow many of our native seeds, with a few exceptions. To ensure your success, please read through these resources before sowing seeds:
- Just Getting Started? This is a must-read: Autumn and Winter Seed Sowing in Six Easy Steps.
- Best Plants for Beginners: Start with asters, milkweeds, coneflowers, beebalms, beardtongues, lobelias, and wild strawberries, or any plants with germination codes A or B.
- If You Want to Dig Deeper: For more detailed propagation information, read How to Grow Natives From Seed.
About Our Native Seeds
How Many Species Do We Offer?
75 species of wild type and open pollinated wildflowers, ferns, grasses and shrubs for a variety of growing conditions.
How Many Seeds Are in a Packet?
Unless otherwise noted, each seed package contains 50-100 seeds.
What Is the Source of Our Seeds?
Staff and trained volunteers hand-collect, clean, and package all seeds from native gardens or private lands with owner permission in Maine. Wild Seed Project greatly appreciates all the help from our dedicated volunteers!
What if We're Sold Out of a Species?
Depending on each year’s harvest, most seeds marked as "Sold Out" will be replenished in October, November, and December. Make sure to check the WSP Shop throughout the fall to see if your favorite seeds are back in stock!
Enjoy a Member Discount on Seed Orders!
- If You’re Already a Member: Log in to our shop to our shop before you begin shopping, and product prices will reflect your discount (e.g., Seed prices that are $4.25 for non-members will show as $3.83 for members).
- Not Yet a Member? First, purchase your membership and then log in to our shop as a member before beginning to shop.