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To mow or not to mow?

So it’s the middle of October and most of your flowers have faded and gone to seed. You’ve got lots of dried brown stalks and you’re not quite sure what to do. To mow or not to mow?

October 13, 2011 · Mike Lizotte · 2 Comments
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Fall Meadow Maintenance: Mowing

As the seasons change and we enjoy the last few weeks of meadow color, it’s time to begin preparing for next season. We usually recommend mowing your wildflowers down once a year at the end of the growing season for a couple of reasons: Combat natural succession. If your meadow is bordered by a wooded [...]

October 21, 2010 · Mike Lizotte · Comments Closed
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Mowing down your meadow

If you haven’t already, it’s time to mow. The later you wait, the more ripened seeds your mowing will “plant” from the late wildflowers, such as wild sunflowers and the native asters. Of course, the later you mow, the more rotten the weather. But fall mowing is important, since it efficiently removes brush and flails [...]

November 5, 2005 · Ray Allen · Comments Closed
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