Get a start on your garden! These beautiful art seed packets are filled with high-quality seeds and feature the commissioned works of contemporary artists around the United States.
Provide refuge for pollinators!
Why do flowers come in so many colors? One theory is that the colors attract pollinators. But insects, including solitary bees, honey bees, butterflies, wasps, and flies, don’t see color the same way we do. Their compound eyes can detect most of the colors we can—but they also see UV light, invisible to humans. To their eyes, every beautiful bloom is a veritable bullseye, a combination of visible and UV light patterns that guide them toward sustaining nectar, thus continuing the cycle of life.
Includes New England Aster, Plains Coreopsis, Penstemon, Indian Blanket, Evening Primrose, Wild Bergamot, Milkweed, and Ohio Spiderwort.
Art Seed Packets: Each year, Hudson Valley Seeds commissions contemporary artists from around the United States to tell the story of a particular seed variety. That art and those seeds combine to create an Art Pack, a unique celebration of the diverse stories of seeds and their stewards.
1 Seed Packet; 500 seeds;
500 seeds sow a 3'x10' garden plot.
Sowing instructions on back
Artwork by Bri Barton. Bri is an artist, witch, plant grower, and educator. She uses paint, ink, shadows, and light to create art that is collaborative, participatory, and informative, like this pollinator coloring page. The insects are coloring in the flowers one by one as they touch them.