Problem-solving species for a broad variety of needs
For over 50 years, Sharp Brothers Seed has set the standard for top-quality seed for home, farm and commercial landscape use.
Today, Sharp Brothers offers new and improved varieties of both warm and cool season grasses, various legumes, forbs and wildflowers. These varieties, along with local-source native seed, continue to be produced for consumers throughout the Great Plains and inter-mountain areas.
Seeking species that offer special benefits like 'native', 'legumes', 'biofuel' or 'wildlife benefits'? Just click on the desired benefit in the drop down menu on the right for a shortened list of species to consider, call us at 800-462-8483 or request info by fax or email.
And, when you're ready to place your order, you'll find it's easier than ever to purchase Sharp Brothers Seed! Just select the species, in our Seed Species section, type in the quantities of seed desired for each species and click "add to cart." PLEASE REMEMBER WE SELL OVER 200 SPECIES OF SEEDS. NOT ALL ARE LISTED ON THE WEB SITE. CALL US AND ASK FOR THE SPECIE. WE MAY HAVE IT ON HAND OR WE MAY HAVE TO CHECK OUR OTHER WAREHOUSE OR GROWER FOR AVAILABILITY. ALWAYS REMEMBER THAT SPECIES ARE SUBJECT TO DAILY INVENTORY, SO ALWAYS LIST A PHONE NUMBER WITH YOUR ORDER. . Give us a call at 800-462-8483 and we'll advise you on availability and prices. DUE TO HIGH DEMAND, PLEASE CALL IN TO PLACE ORDERS!
Common Name: Lanceleaf Coreopsis
Lanceleaf Coreopsis offers showy, deep yellow flowers on tall stems in May and June. Coreopsis plants outgrow weeds and hold the soil....
Common Name: Plains Coreopsis
Plains Coreopsis is a bright annual that flowers from June to Sept. Lots of very showy yellow flowers with red centers are produced on fairly large branched plants. Central disk is brown....
Common Name: Cosmos
Cosmos is the best color maker for late meadows, showy Cosmos lights up everything in pink, white, red, yellow and bicolors. Cosmos is easily grown and blooms profusely on well-drained sites in full sun, from May until frost....