Celebrate the Art of Seed
Each year, we commission contemporary artists from around the United States to tell the story of a particular seed variety. That art and those seeds combine to create an Art Pack, a unique celebration of the diverse stories of seeds and their stewards. Each year we expand our collection, putting out an open call for artists. Browse our full collection and let yourself be regaled by seedy stories!
A versatile perennial herb that attracts pollinators.
Feathery button-size blooms of true blues, whites, and pinks.
Showy spikes of bright magenta blooms bring in the pollinators.
Edible and lovable blue blooms.
Brief beauty, long-lasting health.
Build a buffet for the butterflies!
Vigorous bright-ember blooms.
Makes an excellent bouquet filler.
Cascading plumes of coral strike a dramatic tone in any landscape.
Vigorous and showy low-growing plants.
A stately plant with drooping purple petals.
Create perfectly pretty bouquets with this mix.
Add cheer to winter with this mix of vibrantly-colored dried flowers.
Perennial herb with daisy-like blooms and deep-green foliage.
Antique flowers with a delicious perfumy scent.
Flowers for you, seeds for the birds.
These striking red blooms make perfect presents.
Jewel-hued edible flowers adorn 3'-long trailing vines.
A great mix for garden borders and beneficial bugs.
A classic flower of late summer, in a celestial blue tone.
Ivy-leaved nasturtiums with serrated petals.
Also called Bee's Friend. A highly beneficial flower for pollinators and soil building.
Very fragrant night-blooming annual in shades of lavender and white.
Ethereal blooms and intriguing seed pods.