Getting Started with Wildflowers
Wildflowers let you adapt landscapes for specific purposes and can be used in a variety of ways. For instance, in addition to planting them as a large wildflower meadow, you may choose to grow selected varieties on that hard-to-mow bank, or to fill in around the open spots in your perennial beds.
Wildflowers are ideal around fence rows (eliminating the need to mow close to the fences), to attract birds or butterflies, as a border to your vegetable garden or for xeriscaping--gardening without watering.
If you use the easy-to-follow instructions that come with all of our seeds, you should have great success in creating new areas of beauty in your yard or surroundings. It's as easy as 1-2-3.
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|2||Ways to Purchase||6||Steps for Success|
|3||Tips for Seed Buyers||7||Frequently Asked Questions|
|4||Season Planting & Care Schedule||64||Years of Wildflowers|