My plans for the garden were to do a mix of perennial and annual flowers. Find out which plants I chose by clicking here. In the early spring, you can prepare the soil by turning it and removing rocks. Mix the wildflower seed with some sand and disperse it over the soil.
How to Grow a Wildflower Meadow
Have you ever thought about growing a wildflower garden, full of beautiful and colorful blooms? I'm going to share with you my experiences with growing a wildflower meadow, what I learned, and what I will do next year to continue getting colorful blooms year after year!
Water the garden for the first few weeks, and also add some fertilizer.
You might have to weed your wildflower garden every few weeks. It's supposed to look a little wild, so I didn't worry too much about weeding.
Growing a wildflower meadow takes lots of patience. I was expecting a little more color this year, but I need to realize it takes time. This is only the first year. Each year after this the flowers will get bigger and stronger and more blooms.
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