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One of the most common questions we receive each fall is, "When should I plant Wildflowers?" We’ve compiled our large selection of blogs, articles, and videos to help answer this question for all of you. Enjoy!
As the fall season flew by (Itâ€™s December already?), unfortunately I did not get a chance to add more spring-blooming Bulbs to my garden beds. I garden in a zone 5 and my ground is a bit too frozen to dig up. Despite this (inexcusable) procrastination on my part, I still want to experience the wonderful excitement…
So youâ€™ve been thinking about planting wildflowers for a while. Well, now is the time! Fall is a great time to plant wildflowers as it mimics the natural cycle
of flowers that drop their seed at the end of the growing season.