If you're planning on adding some wildflowers to your Spring gardening, I have some tips to get you started.
- If you're starting your wildflower garden on an area that's already grassy or full of unwanted plants, you can kill the plants by putting down about six to eight layers of wet newspaper. After a month to a month and a half, you'll have a weed- and grass-free area to plant seeds or seedlings upon. You can shred the newspaper to use as mulch (it's good for your soil), or, you can compost it.
- If you're planting a small area, you can use seedlings instead of seeds.
- Make sure to sow your seeds when danger of frost is past.
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