Archive for May, 2010
I was attending a lecture recently from a botany professor at the local university. My ears perked when the topic of wildflowers came up. He showed some slides, talked about some ideas for incorporating wildflowers into landscapes and then proceeded to tell people to look for, “those meadows in a can”. Boy was I really [...]
As we rise from our winter slumber, Mother Nature treats us with blasts of spring warmth that awaken our gardening senses. At American Meadows, our phones start ringing with questions from gardeners all across the country ready to get their hands dirty!
As the air temperatures begin to warm, we’ve prepared an area for a wildflower planting, got our seed down and anticipate quick germination and flowers shortly after. Or you may have planting in the fall for early spring color.