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Week of April 5, 2017

Wildflowers can be planted in the fall or spring. If you live in regions with harsh winters, it is better to wait until the spring to plant. Areas with mild winters can plant wildflowers in the fall or spring. Wildflowers will grow just fine in native soil, so no need to fertilize. Plant some wildflowers for your hard-working pollinators and to add beauty to your yard.