Each season we add a variety of new, unique wildflowers to our seed offerings, taking in to consideration varieties our customers have been asking for, unique species that serve a special purpose (drought-tolerant, shade, etc.) and requests from our staff gardeners. For this spring planting season, we are excited to be carrying a dozen new seed varieties and will be planting many of them in our own gardens!
In part three of the Seed Man’s series on planting wildflowers he talks about the best way to pick seed that will succeed.
October 6, 2011
Â· Mike Lizotte Â· 2 Comments
Tags: all annual mix, all perennial mix, fall planting, Northeast Mix, planting, poppies, sunflowers, texas bluebonnets, wildflower meadow, Wildflower meadow how-to, wildflower planting, wildflower seed mixtures, wildflowers Â· Posted in: Gardening in Fall, How-Tos, Wildflowers
When it comes to gardening and wildflowers, patience is our friend.Â Weâ€™re also always looking for low maintenance, hardy plants that will come back season after season and last for the next 10 years.Â Most would classify these as perennials.Â What we usually forget is that from seed, perennials need to winter over after germinating [...]
June 3, 2010
Â· Mike Lizotte Â· Comments Closed
Tags: all annual mix, all perennial mix, annuals, cosmos, lupine, marigold, plains coreopsis, planting, poppies, seed, sunflowers, Wildflower meadow how-to, wildflowers, zinnias Â· Posted in: Perennials, Wildflowers
If your garden is “over” for the year, look what you’re missing!Â Here are three of the biggies for fall bloom.Â The dahlia at left is “Crazy Love.”Â And the other photo is of two native wildflowers: the Showy Sunflower and the famous New England Aster which, as you can see, bloom together beautifully.Â The best [...]