How to Save Bachelor’s Button Seeds for Planting

A close up of cornflowers growing in a meadow. Some of the blooms are dried out and spent, and others are lilac, pictured in bright sunshine fading to soft focus in the background.

You can save money and spread even more joy when you save your bachelor’s button seeds to grow again next year. Follow a few simple steps and you’ll have so many cornflower seeds to plant and share. Start planning when the cheerful blooms appear, follow up with the perfect storage spot, and you’ll be set next spring.

Splash Your Garden in Blue with Bachelor’s Button (Cornflower)

A close up of two blue bachelor's button flowers, pictured on a soft focus background.

Bachelor’s button is a wildflower that has naturalized throughout the United States. From classic blue to shades of pink, purple, and white, it’s an invasive grower that likes space to roam. Learn about this country classic and see if it’s right for your backyard landscape. Read more now.