25 Years Growing

"It All Starts With a Seed."
Rainier Seeds, Inc.
1404 Fourth St.
P.O. Box 1064
Davenport, WA 99122
Phone 509-725-1235
toll-free 800.828.8873
Scientific Name
Common Name
Native Intro.
Mature Height
Life Cycle
Bloom Color
Bloom Season
Seeds / pound
When to Plant
Precip. Inches Req'd
Seeding Rate lbs/acre
Preferred Habitat Common Uses
Shade Tolerance
Life Cycle A = Annual P = Perennial B = Biennial
Kallstroemia grandifloraArizona poppyN12-36"A Orange-RedSummer100000Spring/Fall106-8Summer annual after rain. Prefers low moist areas.Full Sun
Balsamorhiza sagittataArrowleaf balsamrootN8-32"PYellowSpr-Sum58000Spring/Fall126-8Open areas on hillsides/grasslands/forestsFull Sun
Lupinus succulentusArroyo lupineN24-36"ABlueSpring15000Anytime1218Dry open areas on foothills & canyonsFull Sun
Erigeron speciosusAspen daisyN12-36"PLavenderSum-Fall1800000Fall/Winter161Moist forest & streambanks at mid-elevation Sun or Partial
Nemophila menziesiiBaby Blue EyesN4-12"AblueSpring240000Winter/Spring124-6Grow on a variety of soils & easy to establishSun or Partial
Centaurea cyanus spp.Bachelor buttonsI16-24"ABlueSummer90000Spring124Used in wildflower mixes, rock gardens, etc.Sun or Partial
Aurinia saxatilisBasket of goldI4-12"PYellowSpring460000Spring/Fall144-6Used in wildflower mixes, rock gardens, etc.Sun or Partial
Oenothera macrocarpaBig fruit evening primroseN6-8"PYellowSummer92000Fall/Winter126-8Rocky slopes and hillsides throughout western U.S.Full Sun
Gilia tricolorBirds eyesN12-24"ABlueSpr-Sum1000000Spring/Fall141Used in wildflower mixes, rock gardens, etc.Sun or Partial
Rudbeckia hirtaBlack-eyed susanN24-48"PYellowSummer1650000Winter/Spring121Most soils throughout North AmericaFull Sun
Gaillardia aristataBlanket flowerN12-24"PYellow-RedSum-Fall186000Spr/Fall/Win106Ideal for erosion control on most soilsSun or Partial
Mentzelia lindleyiBlazing starN12-40"AYellowSpr-Sum586000Spring/Fall124Dry open areas on foothills & canyonsFull Sun
Dicentra formosaBleeding heartN6-18"PPurpleSpr-Sum450000Spring/Fall554-6Moist forest & streambanks at mid-elevation Sun or Partial
Aquilegia coeruleaBlue columbineN10-30"PBlue & WhiteSpr-Sum400000Spring/Fall164-6Mtn. common in aspen grovesPartial Shade
Salvia farinaceaBlue sageN12-24"PBlueSummer370000Spring/Fall146-8Dry sites in the Pacific NorthwestFull Sun
Sisyrinchium bellumBlue-eyed grassN36-40"PBlueSpring325000Fall/Winter146-8Pacific coastal meadows to inland grasssy areasFull Sun
Lupinus latifoliusBroadleaf lupineN12-24"PBlueSpring34600Fall/Winter1010Found throughout western North AmericaFull Sun
Cornus canadensisBunchberry dogwoodN2-8"PWhiteSpr-Sum60000Spring/Fall166-8Moist areas throughout the NorthwestSun or Partial
Asclepias tuberosaButterfly milkweedN12-24"POrangeSpr-Sum70000Spring/Fall246-8Open forests, river banks, close to springsFull Sun
Calendula officinalisCalendula or Port marigoldI12-24"AYellow & OrangeSpr-Fall70000Spring166-10Used in wildflower mixes, rock gardens, etc.Full Sun
Eschscholzia californicaCalifornia poppyN8-24"AOrangeSpr-Sum260000Spring/Fall124Used in wildflower mixes & reclamationFull Sun
Camassia quamashCamasN8-24"PBlueSpr-Fall130000Spring168Grassy slopes and meadowsFull Sun
Iberis umbellataCandytuftI12-18"AWhite-VioletSummer19500Spring/Fall146Used in wildflower mixes, rock gardens, etc.Sun or Partial
Lobularia maritimaCarpet of snow or Sweet alyssumI4-12"AWhiteSpr-Fall1100000Spring/Fall124-5Open fields and along roadsidesFull Sun
Silene armeriaCatchflyI36-40"APinkSum-Fall40000000.514.5Used in wildflower mixes, rock gardens, etc.Sun or Partial
Cynoglossum amabileChinese Forget-me-notI18-24"BBlueSpr-Sum85000Spring/Fall146Used in wildflower mixes, rock gardens, etc.Sun or Partial
Collinsia heterophyllaChinese housesI12-24"AWhite-LavenderSpr-Sum400000Spring/Fall146Used in wildflower mixes, rock gardens, etc.Sun or Partial
Dracopis amplexicaulisClasping coneflowerN18-28"PYellowSum-Fall800000Spr/Fall/Win124-6Most soils throughout North AmericaFull Sun
Aquilegia coerulea JamesColorado blue columbineN24"PBlue Spr-Sum399600Spring/Fall126Throughout the rockies, very good in mixedPartial Shade
Lilium columbianumColumbia lilyN12-24"PYellow-RedSpringFall/Winter30+Moist forest & streambanks at mid-elevation in the northwest
Papaver rhoeasCorn poppy (shirley)I18-24"ARedSpr-Sum3400000Spr/Fall/Win14.5Used in wildflower mixes, rock gardens, etc.Sun or Partial
Hesperis matronalisDame's rocketI12-40"PPurpleSpr-Sum224000Spring/Fall166Used in wildflower mixes, rock gardens, etc.Sun or Partial
Perityle emoryDesert daisyN6-12"AWhiteSpring3200000Fall/Winter10.5Rocky sites in the southern portion of CA & AZFull Sun
Sphaeralcea ambiguaDesert globemallowN24-40"POrange-RedSpring510000Anytime106-8Rocky sites in the southern portion of CA & AZFull Sun
Lupinus arizonicusDesert lupineN6-24"APurpleSpring130000Fall/Winter66Hot desert environmentsFull Sun
Lupinus sparsiflorusDesert lupineN6-18"AVioletSpring120000Fall/Winter124-6Hot desert environmentsFull Sun
Baileya multiradiataDesert marigoldN12-30"PYellowSpr-Fall1000000Fall & Winter101Disturbed areas in the Southwest desertsFull Sun
Glandularia gooddingiiDesert verbenaN18-30"PPink-VioletSpring500000Fall/Winter104-6Prefers sand/gravel sites in Northern AZ & NMFull Sun
Phacelia campanulariaDesertbellsN12-30"ABlueSpring259000Spring/Fall126-8Used in wildflower mixes, rock gardens, etc.Full Sun
Phlox drummondiiDrummond phloxN10-24"AWhite-RedFall-Sum261000Spr/Fall/Win126-8Most soils throughout North AmericaFull Sun
Aquilegia vulgarisDwarf columbineI12-30"PVariedSpr-Sum300000Spring/Fall164-6Open forests, river banks, close to springsPartial Shade
Cosmos bipinnatusDwarf cosmosI12-24"APinkSum-Fall89000Spring/Fall1215Used in wildflower mixes, rock gardens, etc.Sun or Partial
Helianthus annuusDwarf or Annual sunflowerN48+AYellowSummer50000Spring/Fall1010Grows well on disturbed soilsFull Sun
Angustifolia chromosaEarly Indian paintbrushN6-36"PRedSpr-Sum5000000Spring/Fall121Open rocky slopes, woods, streams & meadowsSun or Partial
Aquilegia canadensisEastern red columbineN10-30"PRed & YellowSpr-Sum500000Spring/Fall164-6Open forests, river banks, close to springsPartial Shade
Prosartes lanuginosaFairy bellsN12-24"PYellowSpringSpring/Fall40Moist coniferous, low-land forest in the Pacific NorthwestShade
Calypso bulbosaFairy slipperN2-10"PLavenderSpringFall24Deep shade in cool, moist forest at mid-elevationsShade
Clarkia amoenaFarewell to springN6-30"APink Spr-Sum1800000Spring/Fall161-2Grassy slopes and meadowsSun or Partial
Penstemon eatoniiFirecracker PenstomenN24-32"PRedSpr-Sum595000Fall/Winter122Rocky slopes and hillsides throughout western U.S.Full Sun
Chamerion angustifoliumFireweedN24-60"PPurpleLate Sum6500000Fall/Winter8.5Moist forest & streambanks at mid-elevation Sun or Partial
Gaillardia pulchellaFirewheelN12-24"AYellow-RedSummer220000Anytime104Ideal for erosion control on most soilsSun or Partial
Nemophila maculataFivespotN4-12"AWhite-PurpleSpring86000Winter/Spring126-8Moist prairies & meadowsSun or Partial
Thermopsis divaricarpaFoothills golden bannerN12-24"PYellowSpr-Sum30000Fall/Winter1412-15Wooded areas from 4,000-7,000 ft. elevationSun or Partial
Myosotis sylvaticaForget-me-notN10-16"BBlueSummer730000Spr/Fall/Win162-3Moist prairies & meadowsSun or Partial
Digitalis purpureaFoxgloveI24-48"BPinkSummer4750000Spring/Fall161Used in wildflower mixes, rock gardens, etc.Full Sun
Liatris spicataGayfeatherN24-40"PPurpleSum-Fall140000Spring/Fall146Moist prairies & meadowsFull Sun
Gilia capitataGlobe giliaN12-24"ABlueSummer1000000Summer141Used in wildflower mixes, rock gardens, etc.Sun or Partial
Thermopsis montanaGolden bannerN12-36"PBlue-VioletSum-Fall15000Spring/Fall1620Moist prairies & meadows in wildflower mixesSun or Partial
Solidago rigidaGoldenrodN36-40"PYellowLate Sum1009000Fall/Winter141-2From the Rockies to the East Coast on grassy areasFull Sun
Sphaeralcea grossulariifoliaGooseberry globemallowN24-36"POrange-RedSpr-Sum510000Fall/Winter126-8Dry open areas in foothills & canyonsFull Sun
Eurybia glaucaGray asterN18-36"PWhiteFall550000Fall/Winter144Intermountain lowlands to subalpinePartial Shade
Ratibida pinnataGray headed coneflowerN12-48"PYellowSum-Fall445000Fall/Winter126-8Common in central U.S. on praiies and dry sitesFull Sun
Penstemon subglaberGreat basin penstemonN12-28"PPurpleSummer410000Fall/Winter144Rocky slopes and hillsides throughout the Great Basin regionFull Sun
Vicia villosaHairy vetchI6-18"A/PPurpleSpring20000Spring/Fall1840Used in wildflower mixes & pasture mixesSun or Partial
Papaver nudicauleIceland poppyI18-24"PYellow-OrangeSpring3630000Winter/Spring14.5Used in wildflower mixes, rock gardens, etc.Sun or Partial
Desmanthus illinoensisIllinois bundleflowerI24-36"PWhiteSummer120000Fall/Winter148Desireable for big game & birds in midwestSun or Partial
Castilleja spp.Indian PaintbrushN8-24"PScarletSum-Fall4000000Spring/Fall121Dry open areas on foothillsFull Sun
Viola cornutaJohny jump upI6-12"PPurple/Blue/YellowSpr-Sum400000Spring/Fall144-6Used in wildflower mixes, rock gardens, etc.Sun or Partial
Phacelia tanacetifoliaLacy phaceliaN12-40"ABlueSummer163000Fall/Winter106Ideal for quick establishment on moist soilsFull Sun
Coreopsis lanceolataLance-leaved coreopsisN12-36"PYellowSummer210000Spr/Fall/Win148-10Reclamation mixes on sandy to rocky soilsSun or Partial
Bellis perennisLawn daisyI6"PRoseSpr-Fall2800000Spring/Fall121Open fields and along roadsidesPartial Shade
Monarda citriodoraLemon mintN12-36"AWhite-PurpleSpr-Sum800000Spring/Fall122Grows on a variety of soils & easy to establishFull Sun
Linum lewisiiLewis blue flax, Maple GroveN6-32"PBlueSpr-Fall295000Spr/Fall/Win106Reclamation mixes on sandy to rocky soilsFull Sun
Penstemon fruticosusLow bush penstemonN12-24"PBlueSpring400000Spring/Fall122Rocky slopes and hillsides throughout western U.S.Full Sun
Lychnis chalcedonicaMaltese crossN24-36"PRedSummer1120000Fall/Winter161Dry open areas on foothills & canyonsFull Sun
Helianthus maximilianiMaximillian sunflowerN36+"PYellowSummer225000Spring/Fall146Grows well on disturbed soilsFull Sun
Ratibida columnifera forma pulcherrimaMexican hatN12-36"PRedSummer1032000Spr/Fall/Win162Most soils throughout North AmericaFull Sun
Lupinus bicolorMiniature lupineN4-16"ABlue-WhiteSummer72250Spr/Fall/Win126-8Grassy areas from the coast to 5,000 ft, Full Sun
MimulusMonkey flowerI12-18"AYellow-RedSpr-Sum9000000Spring/Fall16.25Used in wildflower mixes, rock gardens, etc.Sun or Partial
Glandularia tenuisectaMoss verbenaN12-36"PBlue-VioletSpr-Sum1200000Spring/Fall121-2Good ground cover found in southern CA, AZ & NMFull Sun
Lupinus argenteus ssp. RubricaulisMountain lupineN12-24"PBlue-LavenderSum-Fall13000Fall/Winter1610-15Sub-alpine meadows on moist soilsSun or Partial
Sphaeralcea munroanaMunro globemallowN24-36"POrange-RedSpring515000Fall/Winter126-8Dry open areas in foothills & canyonsFull Sun
Sphaeralcea parvifoliaNelson globemallowN18-36"PRed-OrangeSpring515000Fall/Winter126-8Prefers sand/gravel sites in Northern AZ & NMFull Sun
Symphyotrichum novae-angliaeNew England asterN24-60"PPink-PurpleFall1330000Fall/Winter161Along streams, wet meadows & swampsPartial Shade
Hedysarum borealeNorthern sweetvetchN12-24"PPink-PurpleSpring35000Fall/Winter1415Grows on variety of soils, good forageSun or Partial
Calochortus nuttalliiNuttalls sego lilyN6-18"PWhiteSpr-SumFall12Dry soils in sagebrush plains and open forestsFull Sun
Anemone oreganaOregon windflowerN4-12"PWhiteSpr-SumSpring/Fall20Moist forest & streambanks at mid-elevaton in the N.WPartial Shade
leucanthemum vulgareOxeye daisyI12-24"PWhiteSpr-Sum200000Spring/Fall146Used in wildflower mixes, rock gardens, etc.Sun or Partial
Symphyotrichum chilensisPacific asterN12-36"PLavenderFall2650000Spr/Fall/Win121meadows, open slopes near the oceanPartial Shade
Oenothera pallidaPale evening primroseN8-20"AWhiteSpring500000Fall/Winter124Moist prairies & meadowsSun or Partial
Echinacea pallidaPale purple coneflowerN12-18"PWhiteSpr-Sum106000Spring/Fall146Grassy slopes or open prairiesFull Sun
Penstemon palmeriPalmer pentemonN12-24'PPinkSpr-Sum611000Spring/Fall102-4Rocky slopes and hillsides throughout western U.S.Full Sun
Viguiera deltoideaParish goldeneyeN12-30"PYellowSummer6500000Spring/Fall124-6Dry open areas in foothills & canyonsFull Sun
Anaphalis margaritaceaPearly EverlastingN8-40"PWhiteSum-Fall8200000Spring/Fall20.5Forest openings from lowlands to mtn.Full Sun
Lupinus PerennisPerennial wild lupineN12-36"PPurple-BlueSpr-Sum21500Fall/Winter1212Moist soils throughout North AmericaFull Sun
Oenothera speciosaPinkladiesN12-12"APink-WhiteSpr-Sum3040000Spr/Fall/Win10.5Moist prairies & meadowsSun or Partial
Coreopsis tinctoriaPlains coreopsisN24-40"AYellow & MaroonSum-Fall1650000Winter/Spring122Meadows and open fieldsSun or Partial
Machaeranthera tanacetifoliaPrairie asterN4-16"APurpleSummer494000Winter/Spring124-6Rocky hillsides throughout the Great BasinFull Sun
Echinacea purpureaPurple coneflowerN24-48"PPurpleSpring157000Spr/Fall/Win126Grassy slopes or open prairiesFull Sun
Coronilla variaPurple crownvetchI24-36"PPurpleSpr-Sum138000Spring/Fall2415-20Ornamental ground cover used on roadsidesFull Sun
Dalea purpurea var. purpureaPurple prairie cloverN12-24"PPurpleSpr-Sum200000Spring/Fall146-8Dry sites from Montana through TexasFull Sun
Verbena strictaPurple verbenaN24-40"PPurplePurple430000Spring/Fall124-6Dry open areas in foothills & canyonsFull Sun
Oxalis oreganaRedwood SorrelN2-8"PWhiteSpringSpring/Fall30Moist prairies & meadows in WA & ORSun or Partial
Consolida ajacisRocket LarkspurI12-42"AWhite-VioletSpr-Sum290030Winter/Spring144Used in wildflower mixes, rock gardens, etc.Sun or Partial
Cleome serrulataRocky Mountain beeplantN12-40"APurpleSum-Fall65000Spring/Fall1610Disturbed areas, plains and in the western foothillsFull Sun
Iris missouriensisRocky Mountain irisN12-24"PBlueSpring20000Fall/Winter1616Ideal for native wildflower mixes on most soilsSun or Partial
Penstemon strictusRocky Mountain penstemonN10-36"PBlueSummer595000Fall/Winter144Rocky slopes and hillsides throughout western U.S.Full Sun
Lupinus polyphyllusRussel lupineN12-60"PBlue-VioletSpr-Sum22500Fall/Winter168Found throughout western North AmericaFull Sun
Penstemon rydbergiiRydberg's penstemonN6-24"PPurpleSummer848000Fall/Winter162-4Dry open areas on foothills & canyonsFull Sun
Gaultheria shallonSalalN24-48"PWhiteSpring5000000Spring/Fall50+5Moist forest & streambanks at mid-elevation Sun or Partial
Abronia villosaSand verbenaN12"PPink-PurpleSummer40000Spring/Fall104Open, sandy locations in SouthwestFull Sun
Linum grandiflorumScarlet flaxI12-28"AScarletSpr-Fall130000Spring/Fall126Used in wildflower mixes, rock gardens, etc.Sun or Partial
Ipomopsis aggregataScarlet giliaN6-36"BRedSpr-Sum100000Spring/Fall101Dry, rocky, open sites at fairly high elevationsSun or Partial
Sphaeralcea coccineaScarlet globemallowN6-20"PRed-OrangeSummer515000Fall/Winter106-8Dry open areas in foothills & canyonsFull Sun
Delphinium cardinaleScarlet LarkspurI24-36"PRed-OrangeSummer315000Spring/Fall144Used in wildflower mixes, rock gardens, etc.Sun or Partial
Leucanthemum maximumShasta daisyI12-36"PWhiteSpr-Sum310000Spring/Fall166Used in wildflower mixes, rock gardens, etc.Sun or Partial
DodecatheonShooting starN12-24"PPinkSpr-Sum700000Spring/Fall162-4Moist well drained areas in the Eastern U.S.Sun or Partial
Heliomeris multifloraShowy goldeneyeN12-48"PYellowSummer515000Fall/Winter164-6Most soils throughout North AmericaSun or Partial
Solidago speciosaShowy goldenrodN36-40"PYellowLate Sum1000000Fall/Winter101-2Most soils throughout North AmericaFull Sun
Penstemon pseudospectabilisShowy penstemonN24-40"PPinkSpring750000Fall/Winter102-4Dry open areas on foothills & canyonsFull Sun
Erysimum x marshalliiSiberian wallflowerI12-24"AOrangeSpr-Sum335000Winter/Spring122Well drained or rocky meadows & roadsidesFull Sun
Lupinus albicaulisSickle-keeled lupineN24-42"BPink-WhiteSpring29600Spr/Fall/Win1610Ideal for quick establishment on moist soilsFull Sun
Lupinus sericeusSilky lupineN12-36"PblueSummer13000Fall/Winter1224Found throughout western North AmericaSun or Partial
Lupinus argenteusSilver LupineN12-24"PBlue-WhiteSummer18500Fall/Winter1610Grows best above 5,000 ft. on dry slopesFull Sun
Sanguisorba minorSmall BurnetI12-24"PPinkSummer60000Spring/Fall1020-24Most soils thoughout North AmericaFull Sun
Castilleja rhexiifoliaSplitleaf Indian paintbrushN8-30"PViolateSummer4900000Spring/Fall101Open rocky slopes, woods, streams & meadowsSun or Partial
Linaria maroccanaSpurred snapdragonI12-24"AVaried Spr-Sum7000000Spring/Fall14.5Used in wildflower mixes, rock gardens, etc.Sun or Partial
Geranium viscosissimumSticky or Wild geraniumN18-48"PPinkSummer52000Fall/Winter1410Moist forest & streambanks at mid-elevation Sun or Partial
Iliamna rivularisStreambank wild hollyhockN24-72"PRedSpring130000Spring/Fall166Moist forest & streambank at mid-elevation in the northwestFull Sun
Eriogonum umbellatumSulfur flowerN6-16"PYellowFall209500Fall/Winter104Mountain meadows-deserts on well drained soilsSun or Partial
Castilleja sulphureaSulfur paintbrushN18"PYellowSum-Fall4500000Spring/Fall141Mountain meadows and slopesFull Sun
Dianthus barbatusSweet william pinksI6-24"PPinkSummer440000Spring/Fall142-4Used in wildflower mixes, rock gardens, etc.Sun or Partial
Lupinus caudatus Tailcup lupineN12-28"PBlueSpr-Sum25000Fall/Winter1610-12Above 5,000 ft. in the Great Basin regionFull Sun
Lupinus texensisTexas bluebonnetN12-24"ABlue-WhiteSpring15000Fall/Winter1418Dry open areas throughout TexasFull Sun
Liatris pycnostachyaThickspike gayfeatherN24-40"PPurpleSum-Fall130000Spring/Fall146Moist prairies & meadowsFull Sun
Layia platyglossaTidy-tipsN4-12"A YellowSummer 360000Spring/Fall106Ideal for native wildflower mixes on most soilsFull Sun
Campanula carpaticaTussock bellflowerI10-24"PLavenderSummer5600000Summer161Used in wildflower mixes, rock gardens, etc.Sun or Partial
Ratibida columniferaUpright prairie ConeflowerN12-36"PYellowSummer1032000Spr/Fall/Win162Most soils throughout North AmericaFull Sun
Penstemon cyananthusWasatch penstemonN18-30"PBlueSpr-Sum400000Spring/Fall162Rocky slopes and hillsides throughout western U.S.Full Sun
Aquilegia formosaWestern red columbineN36"PRed Spr-Sum248000Spring/Fall164-6Open forests, river banks, close to springsPartial Shade
Dalea candidaWhite Prairie cloverN12-36"PWhiteSpr-Fall350000Spring/Fall146-8Most soils througout North AmericaSun or Partial
Oenothera caespitosa White tufted evening primroseN4-6"PWhiteSpr-Sum900000Spring/Fall122Rocky slopes and hillsides throughout western U.S.Full Sun
Achillea millefoliumWhite yarrowN12-40"PWhiteSum-Fall2600000Spr/Fall/Win101Open areas from lowlands to mtn.Full Sun
Monarda fistulosaWild bergamotN12-40"PPinkSummer 1500000Spring/Fall141-2Grows in large colonies on dry open areas Full Sun
Vicia villosa ssp.variaWooly pod vetchI6-18"A/PPurpleSpring32000Spring/Fall1240Used in wildflower mixes & pasture mixesSun or Partial
Eriogonum heracleoidesWyeth buckwheatN6-20"PWhite-PinkSpr-Sum136200Fall/Winter106Dry open areas on foothills & canyonsFull Sun
Aquilegia flavescensYellow columbineN10-30"PYellowSpr-Sum400000Spring/Fall164-6Open forests, river banks, close to springsPartial Shade
Cosmos sulphureusYellow cosmosI18-36"AYellow & OrangeSum-Fall66000Winter/Spring126Used in wildflower mixes, rock gardens, etc.Sun or Partial
Oenothera biennisYellow evening primroseN12-40"BYellowSummer1500000Spring/Fall141-2Grows on a variety of soils & easy to establishFull Sun
Wyethia amplexicaulisYellow-rayed mulesearN12-32"PYellowSpr-Sum28200Fall/Winter14Dry open areas in foothills & canyonsFull Sun