BotanyCa is a quality oriented and environmentally conscious seed enterprise striving to offer a combination of native wildflowers from North America as well as plant species collected from other parts of the world. Growing plants from seeds is not only a very entertaining activity; it also has a huge importance for preserving plant biodiversity. The number of plant species known only in cultivation or with a poor genetic pool due to clonal propagation is bound to increase in the future.
Besides doing a good deed for biodiversity, growing plants from seeds also provides access to many plant species not grown by commercial nurseries, and in general to a larger range of plants at a very small cost…read more About BotanyCa.
In the case of rare species, only limited seeds quantities are collected and available. Also, as proof of our commitment to quality and craftsmanship, you will find in our shop a great number of moist stored/shipped seeds from species that otherwise loose rapidly their viability.
The first fresh seeds of the season are here – More to come…
Or enter the Seeds Shop through the main categories!
Wildflowers of N. America
Corydalis & all
Annuals & Biennials
Orchids & other mycorrhizals
Rock Garden Plants
Gentiana and other gents…
Shrubs and Trees
The conditions in which plants grow in their native habitats offer the best lessons in regards to their cultivation and germination. We invite you to peruse through the Botanical Trailblazerspage or Search through the Blog to see pictures and read more about the species offered in the Catalogue. The Germination page, although brief and introductory, will assist you to starting plants from seeds.
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