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Growing & Gardening Tips

Perennial Wildflowers & Meadow Care

Cut the meadow in mid-summer the first year, leave the cuttings on the ground for a day to shed as many seeds as possible, then remove all cuttings.
Next year, it is important not to mow the greens from the beginning of April until the end of August or September.

This technique stimulates more wildflowers to grow, attracting pollinators to food sources for an extended period of time.
Mow everything in the fall and weed out unwanted plants and weeds.
When planting seeds in the spring, expect the first flowers in the summer, but the main bloom will occur the following spring.

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