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Wildseed Farms is located in the beautiful Texas Hill Country, just seven miles east of Fredericksburg, Texas. Come by and see us seven days a week, 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Bring the camera and capture the ultimate in wildflower photographs! Spend as...more
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Great stop for the gardening enthusiast. Opportunity to purchase seeds for your area, as well as all kinds of garden needs. Also, a small market with local jams, sauces, and foods. Tasting and snacks available.
My son bought me seeds from this place last year and they did well. This year was my first time to visit. The seeds categorized with a map atop of them to let you know what grows best in that particular area of Texas. Really...More
If you like flowers its a place to go ! I been therre a few times but my favorite time its early Spring with the Blue Flowers are all over the place ... later in the summer cosmos … zinnias … its very colorful !
I have visited the Wildseed Farm a couple of times. A little pricey compared to other places close by. Beautiful plants. Good customer service. Not a large selectin of wine. They do have a selection of canned sauces, fruit and vegetables. Worth a stop.
Stopped in to see the beautiful walking paths. the place is beautifully decorated for Christmas. The gift shop has great selections at reasonable prices. plenty of seeds to shop for and bonus there is a winery and restaurant to try!
We recommend you broadcast the seeds, then just walk them in. We call it the Bluebonnet Stomp down here. You don't want the seeds to go more than twice the width of the seed into the ground. You should have been sent a... More
We recommend you broadcast the seeds, then just walk them in. We call it the Bluebonnet Stomp down here. You don't want the seeds to go more than twice the width of the seed into the ground. You should have been sent a planting guide along with your seeds that tells you the optimal time for planting in your zone.