Wild Flower Zones


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Wild flower zones showing where referenced flowers grow in relation to climate. This information is based on the USDA climate zone maps. I would like to stress that even if a specific flower can be grown in your region, you should only plant those flowers that are native to your region. Many states have laws against bringing in wild flowers that are not native since they can be invasive and kill off the native species. Check with your local government to verify what plants are native and allowed.



ZONE 3 THRU 10 - Baby's Breath, Baby Blue Eyes, Birds Eye, Blanket Flower, Blue Sage, Butterfly Weed, Chinese Forget-Me-Not, Clasping Cone Flower, Cornflower, Cosmos, Crimson Clover, Hollyhock, Indian Blanket, Lemon Mint, Morning Glory, Rose Mallow.

ZONE 3 THRU 9 - Black-eyed Susan, Blue Flax, California Poppy, Chicory, Foxglove, Golden Lupine, Johnny Jump-up, Oriental Poppy, Queen Anne's Lace, Shasta Daisy, Sweet Alyssum.

ZONE 3 THRU 8 - Sunflower.

ZONE 6 THRU 9 - Blazing Star, Mountain Phlox.


Wild flower zones will vary by a few degrees fahrenheit depending on factors like prevailing winds and winter temperatures. The USDA zones are based on averages for any given region.

Many communities have recognized the significance and benefits of restoring native wildflowers. In order for proper eco systems to exist, they must be restored.