Flower Garden Kits

Hi there! I’m thrilled to welcome you to the Homegrown Flower Shop, where I offer a variety of seed collection kits to help you grow beautiful flowers right in your own backyard. 

My goal is to provide you with the tools and resources you need to succeed, whether you’re a seasoned gardener or just starting out.

Each of the kits is thoughtfully curated with a specific type of flower garden in mind, so you can feel confident that you’re getting everything you need to achieve your gardening goals. 

woman smiling in garden with salvia flowers

And if you’re unsure where to start, over 170 gardening articles on the Homegrown website cover everything from seed starting to soil preparation.

I’m passionate about helping people discover the joys of gardening, and I believe everyone can grow something beautiful with little guidance. 

So take a look around, explore the collection of kits, and feel free to reach out if you have any questions. Let’s get growing!

Cut Flower Garden Kits

Beginner Cut Flower

box containing flower seeds, plant markers, peat pellets, and a card

This is the perfect kit for your first flower garden. The flowers are easy to start from seed, are very easy to grow, and provide flowers all summer long.

Children’s Spring Garden

blue bubble mailer with seed packets, card, and plant labels

Want your children to learn the joy of gardening from an early age? Try this kit with three easy-to-grow flowers they can easily plant from seed. Don’t worry, these are all edible flowers for the curious taster!

Getting Started

Starting a flower garden isn’t as difficult as it might seem, especially if you have experience with houseplants or vegetable gardens. Just like them, your flowers will need a lot of sunshine, regular water, and some weeding until they get started. Even then, there are shortcuts you can take to help you with those tasks, such as using irrigation and mulch (but we’ll get to that later).

For now, check out some of these top articles on Homegrown Food and Flowers that can help you get started with your flower garden.

Common Question About Growing Flowers

Do I need a lot of space to grow my own flowers?
Nope! Even a small collection of pots means you can grow enough flowers to gather a fresh bouquet every week. A small raised bed is a fantastic option, too, and it’s easy to manage.

Do I need a fancy grow light set up to get started?
Also no! Although starting seeds indoors can extend your growing season and make some planning stages easier, it’s totally not required. The beginner kits, in particular, only include flowers that are easy to grow from seeds planted directly in the garden, such as sunflowers and zinnias.

I’ve never grown flowers, only vegetables. Where do I start?
That’s a fantastic starting point! If you’ve grown veggies, you can grow flowers. The basic requirements of sunlight, water, and soil fertility are the same. You can even mix vegetables and flowers together, which is my favorite way to grow them.

How do I know if I have the right soil to start a garden?
Does your yard have any weeds growing in it? If so, your soil is probably just fine for supporting a garden. Granted, weeds are tough plants that don’t need attention, but they do show that your soil has enough fertility and moisture to at least get started. A soil test is a great idea, and I have many articles on this site about preparing your garden soil for planting.