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Why Wildflowers?

So you’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.

September 14, 2012 · Mike Lizotte · 2 Comments
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How-To Video: Planting a Wildflower Meadow

Have questions about planting a wildflower meadow? The Seed Man is here to help with this how-to video where he gives tips on choosing the right seed, preparing the land, sowing the seed, and after care. Please stay tuned for more how-to videos from the Seed Man and other gardening experts at American Meadows. Enjoy!

July 2, 2012 · Amanda Shepard · One Comment
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Rockin’ Out: Building a Rock Garden

Do you have a sloped or awkward piece of land that you are having trouble planting? Rock Gardens not only provide a low-maintenance, long-lasting solution to those hard-to-plant places, but are aesthetically pleasing by contrasting rough, jagged rocks with delicate, gorgeous blooms. They are actually quite simple to create and once complete, the rewards of the Rock Garden will pay for the effort ten times over.

May 11, 2012 · Amanda Shepard · Comments Closed
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Tips on Commercial Seeding of Wildflowers

A question that comes up often when consulting with commercial clients is “What is the best way to sow a larger area?” In most cases they have some heavy duty equipment to work with, making the installation simple and cost effective for them. Some popular installation methods include hydroseeding, using a seed drill, or using a 3 point hitch spreader, all which are effective ways to sow a wildflower meadow.

April 16, 2012 · Mike Lizotte · Comments Closed
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Gardening for the Birds

Birds are one of the most fascinating creatures to watch and their chirps are often the first sign that spring has arrived. As a gardener, there are several ways to create an environment that will both attract and help our winged friends. By planting a garden that provides food and shelter for birds, you will create a beneficial, lively habitat in your own outdoor space.

April 6, 2012 · Amanda Shepard · Comments Closed
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Effortless Blooms

Although weeding, watering, staking and all the other get-your-hands-dirty aspects of gardening are therapeutic to many, some gardeners are looking for an easy-to-plant, easy-to-grow solution for a space filled with blooms. Fortunately, there are quite a few varieties of seed, bulbs, and plants that require little care, staking, and are disease-resistant.

April 3, 2012 · Amanda Shepard · Comments Closed
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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 Seeding Take 3

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 · Mike Lizotte · 2 Comments
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Fall Seeding Take #2!

So now that we know the best time to plant this fall, I would like to turn our attention to the preparation of an area for fall seeding.  Whether sowing in the fall or spring, the proper preparation is always important in determining success or failure of a wildflower planting. Better preparation = More Flowers! […]

September 29, 2011 · Mike Lizotte · 13 Comments
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Sowing Wildflower Seed in the Fall – Part 1

With autumn officially here, it’s time to start planning how we’re going to maximize our time spent in the garden. Less sunlight and cooler days are a sure sign fall has arrived. It’s also about the time our phones start ringing with questions from gardeners wondering if fall is a good time to plant.  The […]

September 22, 2011 · Mike Lizotte · One Comment
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