Planting Wildflowers in FALL Posted on 23 Oct 08:09 , 0 comments
Fall Planting - Timing - best to wait until after a good hard frost. The seeds will not sprout until the spring when the soil has warmed up enough for germination.
A few of my favorites include
"Save The Bees" Mix
Butterfly Garden Starter Kit
"Wild About Wildflowers" Combo Pack
Edible Flowers Combo pack
We have an older article that I share over and over because it is still VERY relevant Plant for Pollinators and Increase Crop Yields
"Scientists concluded that an almond tree can compensate for the lack of nutrients and water in the short term by storing the nutrients and water in the fruits instead, but cannot compensate for insufficient pollination"
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