Klamath-Siskiyou Native Seeds offers a wide selection of native plant seeds. You can purchase individual seed packets through our online shopping cart, or email us to inquire about larger quantities of seed available or seed collection contracting services. Please note that the quantity of seed in our individual seed packets varies depending on the species. For species with small seeds there may be a couple hundred seeds per packet, and species with really large seeds there may be 15 to 30 seeds per packet. We are a small company and we do not have a seed counting machine. Due to the large variety of species we carry, we cannot provide exact seed counts per packet, but we make sure to include a generous amount, which our longtime customers can attest to. Email us with any questions at email@example.com. Thanks! SEE LESSSEE MORE
Do you love the flora of the Klamath-Siskiyou? Come see over 300 species of wildflowers at the 4th of July Wildflower show in Ashland, Oregon.
Collected flowers are carefully arranged and identified for a quick and beautiful learning experience.
Want to help collect wildflowers for the show or help set up the show? No experience necessary. It’s a fun way to support native plant conservation and native plant awareness while learning along the way.
Thanks to the Siskiyou Chapter Native Plant Society of Oregon for putting on this fabulous show every 4th of July in Ashland, Oregon.
Native plants have evolved over millennia with native pollinators. Native plants depend on healthy pollinator populations for their survival, and native pollinators depend on native plants for their survival — they are inextricably linked!
This week we celebrate National Pollinator Week by showcasing some of the variety and beauty of native pollinators using native plants in this slideshow of photos taken by Klamath-Siskiyou Native Seeds. The diversity of pollinators we have in the Klamath-Siskiyou Ecoregion is a direct result of the world-renowned plant biodiversity found here.
Pollinator ecology is a fascinating subject that one can spend a lifetime learning about. National Pollinator Week helps highlight the importance of pollinators and the need to take measures to protect pollinators into the future.