Wild West Seeds
Wild West Seeds provides a large range of professionally photographed Wildflower Prints, Postcards and Magnets, featuring plants specific to particular districts.
Photographs are taken in natural bush settings without studio arrangement or heavy editing to maintain their natural beauty. Available as greeting cards, fridge magnets and large format framed or unframed prints suitable for travel or posting.
Wild West Seeds sources only abundant, quality seeds from private properties, using DEC licensed seed collectors.
Wild West Seeds is also a distributor of some of WA's magnificent wildflower seeds, collected from private properties around Western Australia and the Great Southern region. Native Wildflower seeds make a perfect addition to your garden. They are easy to grow, hardy, water-wise, attract native birds, beautiful to look at and suitable for a wide range of soils.
A select range of WA Wildflower Seeds are available while stocks last. Our seeds are sorted, cleaned and packaged to maintain their natural vigour. When planting, consider areas with a low slug and snail population. Exact species and colours available will vary season to season, as weather patterns affect the results. Flowers from some districts will be limited. If rain is late, some plants won't seed, or yellow or blue will dominate.
Wild West Seeds sources only abundant, quality seeds from private properties, using DEC licensed seed collectors. Rare or endangered plants are left untouched. To protect the environment, it is illegal to pick native wildflowers without a license.
Products are available from independent retailers throughout the region. Wholesale enquiries are welcome. To make an enquiry, use the handy form in the sidebar, or choose a selection from our current stocks using the catalog below.
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Article updated 12/12/2019.