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Fall is for great time for wildflowers. Whether youвЂ™re ready to mow your meadow down at the end of the growing season or sowing seed for the first time, fall presents the perfect time for both! Our friend and nationally known garden guru Charlie Nardozzi stopped by a meadow that we sow each season at the National Gardening Association to discuss tips on вЂњputting your meadow to bedвЂќ for the season.
Great Job Charlie!
October 11, 2012
В· Mike Lizotte В· Comments Closed
Tags: American Meadows in the News, Charlie Nardozzi, fall maintenance, Wildflower Seed В· Posted in: Gardening in Fall, How-Tos, In The News, Wildflowers