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
I know. I know.Â When the snow’s piled up outside, it’s hard to believe, but mid-February is when it all starts.Â Wildflowers in North America begin their bloom in the SW Deserts, and it slowly rolls east and north as spring arrives for us all.Â Chances are you’ve heard ofÂ “Storm Chasers” who track twisters.Â [...]
Here it comes.Â The Wildflower Wave hits Texas in April, and if you’ve never seen their unique wildflower bloom, plan a trip. The big show of bluebonnets, paintbrush, wild phlox and others is mostly in the “Hill Country” around Fredericksburg, and there are all kinds of maps, hotlines and other helps for flower chasers.Â You [...]