Common Question Answered: When to Plant Wildflowers in the Fall
One of the most common questions we receive each fall is, "When should I plant Wildflowers?"
The short answer: Plant in the fall once the ground is frozen and temperatures in your area are cold enough that the seed will stay dormant until the early spring. However, we have several blogs, articles and videos that explain the process of fall Wildflower planting in much more detail, from the preparation of your soil all the way to sowing the seed. We’ve included these resouces for you below.
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How to Plant Wildflowers in the Fall
The Seed Man gives tricks on one of the most important aspects of wildflower seed planting â€“ preparing the soil.
In this blog, The Seed Man highlights the best seed to plant for different regions of the country. From ourÂ regional mixtures, toÂ individual species, he outlines which seed will do best for fall planting.
In the last installment, The Seed Man gives tips on maintaining your wildflower meadow in the fall. He answers the ever-popular question, “To mow or not to mow?”
Other Wildflower Guides
In this blog, learn the best practices for planting a large area with Wildflowers.
A very detailed article on (literally) everything you need to know about planting Wildflowers. One of our most popular pages on our site and extremely helpful!
Wildflower Planting Videos
How to Plant a Wildflower Meadow Part I:
How to Plant a Wildflower Meadow Part II:
We hope this helps to answer your questions about fall Wildflower planting. Happy Gardening!