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Cornflower Seeds - Dealbata

Cornflower (Centaurea Dealbata) - If you are a fan of cut flowers, you'll want to start Cornflower seeds and grow this perennial cousin to the common Bachelor's Button. Cornflower Dealbata has showy pink-lavender blooms on clump-forming plants.

Cornflower Seeds - Black

Cornflower (Centaurea Cyanus Tall Double Ball Black) - Easy-to-grow from Cornflower seeds, this tall annual makes a great addition to the summer border. The color is a deep, rich claret which is as close to black as possible. Centaurea Cyanus Black Ball certainly adds drama!

Cornflower Seeds - Blue

Cornflower (Centaurea Cyanus Dwarf Tom Pouce Blue) - Also known as Bachelor's Button, these well-known annuals make great cut flowers for fresh or dried arrangements. Grow them easily from Cornflower seeds, and display these sky-blue flowers in the flower border or garden.

Cornflower Seeds - Macrocephala

Cornflower (Centaurea Macrocephala) - This popular cornflower is also known as Armenian Basket Flower. One of the few perennial, yellow blossoming, large-growing perennial in the Centaurea family. Since this cornflower can be quite large and wide, it is best used towards the back of a sunny flower bed.

Cornflower Seeds - Mauve

Cornflower (Centaurea Cyanus Tall Double Ball Mauve) - For a beginning gardener, Cornflower seed is a great flower seed to start with. The flower seeds are larger, so they are easy to handle, and they germinate easily and produce blooms in about 10 weeks after being planted. Very rewarding!

Cornflower Seeds - Montana

Cornflower (Centaurea Montana) - For a true blue flower, start these Cornflower seeds, and enjoy not only the blue shade, but a perennial Cornflower as well!

Cornflower Seeds - Pink

Cornflower (Centaurea Cyanus Dwarf Tom Pouce Pink) - Every cutting garden needs to have this pink Cornflower growing in it! Readily establish Cornflowers from flower seeds, and plant in masses for a spectacular display of color. This dwarf Cornflower variety only reaches 12 - 18 inches tall, and is a great height for borders and beds.

Cornflower Seeds - Polka Dot

Cornflower (Centaurea Cyanus Polka Dot Mix) - These easy to grow flower seeds are great for beginning gardeners or children's gardens. The Centaurea Cyanus flower seeds are larger making them easy to handle, and they germinate readily to create this fun Cornflower Polka Dot mix of colors.

Cornflower Seeds - Red

Cornflower (Centaurea Cyanus Dwarf Tom Pouce Red) - Start some Bachelor's Button seeds and add a touch of drama to the flower border with this dwarf, red variety! What a lovely sight especially when planted in mass. Cornflowers got their name in Europe where they often are found growing in different farm crops.

Cornflower Seeds - White

Cornflower (Centaurea Cyanus Dwarf Tom Pouce White) - No matter what your landscape is like, a formal flower garden or smaller borders with wildflowers, these dwarf Cornflowers, with their pure white blooms, will add a charming presence. This white Cornflower seed, or known as Bachelor's Button flower seed as well, is easy to grow.

Cornflower Seeds - Wildflower

Cornflower (Centaurea Cyanus) - Well known and popular for being the truest blue flower, Cornflowers are a typical annual: they germinate easily from Cornflower seeds, the plants grow quickly, and they bloom heavily. In the United State they are commonly called Bachelor's Button and are found growing in the wild.