When to Plant Wildflower Seeds – I love to grow wildflowers from seed, I did not always and thought it would be a lot of work. He came by chance, for the first time, really. That I and my youngest son had a packet of seeds and a florpot, part of a small gift… He asked if we could plant them one day. I thought sure… We had fun out there in the sunshine and worked the floor a little. We cleaned the area. then we planted according to the instructions … and waited for a miracle.
When to Plant Wildflower Seeds
I remember very clearly, it was bachelors buttons and zinnias that first grew. Let me tell you, it was a great joy for them and see them come up, initially! Then later after the first two sheets, then more then more then a button a day … How could we know what a beautiful color that would come to be? A, were all different colors, a rainbow effect of bright colors.
Seed flowers can be easy and fun. My best tips are to follow the instructions on the back, not on their water. Try to plant them early enough so that you do not get caught in a scorching nosol summer baby. chopping the seedlings, if many happen together. Pulling the seedlings out of the dirt then make a new small hole somewhere else and replanting it often works. As the flowers bloom, any time dead title oflores, (cut flowers cost) will help your plant grow more flowers. If you do not, its ok, but we know that the energy of the plant often gets turned to making the seeds instead, and the flowering period will decrease.
You can start planting seeds before you plant your outside and get an edge over the growing seasons in your area. You can buy pots of peat, and they vary in sizes. You can fill these with dirt, plant your seeds, and just give them enough light and water to start growing. You can dilute the seedlings, and when your warm enough out to grow your flowers, (or vegetables, for that matter), plant the peat pots directly into the soil. You plant pot and everything, and the roots grow beyond it, and it becomes a part of the soil around you later.
Here are some pictures of our garden, all grown from seeds, ever since. We have never lost the joy that comes with it. The best tip is to keep them watered, and protect them when you change. Later, they are very difficult. When a flower begins to die, if you dead head it, ie to cut it, the flower will shed its energy to make new flowers. more to enjoy. 🙂