Let’s keep planting wildflowers and help the bees at the same time

Here are some expert tips

  • Spring is the best time to sow seeds.
  • Wait until the possibility of frost is over before sowing.Wildflowers will flourish in most soil. If grass or weeds are growing there now, so will wildflowers.
  • Aggressive weeds can take over your wildflower garden, so continue to weed the area, especially in the first year.In the fall, mow your wildflower garden at a high level and leave any clippings as they will have seeds in them.Wildflower seeds are light, so choose a less windy day for planting.

 


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