Whether you want to enhance a wildlife area or meadow, attract bees and pollinators or reduce mowing on hillsides and other difficult areas, then planting wildflowers is a great solution. Wildflowers may be annuals, biennials or perennials—and will often reseed themselves. Some of the most popular wildflowers to grow are Black-Eyed Susan, Shasta Daisy, Coreopsis and Evening Primrose. When selecting wildflowers to grow, make sure they are suitable for your hardiness zone. Other factors to consider are their light requirements (full sun, partial shade or full shade), soil requirements, bloom times and water requirements. If buying wildflower seed, take note of how many square feet a seed packet covers.