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Wildflowers return each spring and live for decades

Meadows filled with wildflowers offer a visually appealing and long-lasting alternative to traditional lawns and borders. You have the option of planting annual meadows, which bloom only once a year, or you may plant perennial meadows, which bloom year after year.

Meadows filled with wildflowers are often considered among the most picturesque sceneries on the planet. Proper wildflower meadows are composed of perennial flowers, which grow again year after year and provide a habitat for diverse animals.

Wildflowers can be an excellent addition to any garden setting

Wildflowers have the potential to liven up the atmosphere by contributing a splash of color and an enticing scent. Bees and butterflies in your region will benefit from your planting of wildflowers, and the area they are planted in will be brightened.

Best time to Plant Wildflowers

Depending on the characteristics of the soil, sow seeds during March and April or in September. In general, seeds sown in the fall germinate and get established very rapidly on lighter soils; moreover, a few emerge in the following spring. Due to this delay, it is recommended to wait until March or April before planting on heavy soils. Waterlogging may cause the seed and seedlings to decay throughout the winter.

Where can you grow wildflowers?

After purchasing the available wildflowers on Sale at Tn Nursery, Wildflowers can plant them in the following areas:

  • A section of the garden
  • Whole lawn
  • Plant Pots
  • In raised bed
  • In window boxes
  • Your allotment

You can also engage with the community, school, or municipality to obtain permission to plant wildflowers in public parks, green areas, or playing fields.

The sole need for successfully growing wildflowers is that the location is open and gets enough sunlight. If the area you wish to plant is shaded, consider growing forest wildflowers since they have a better chance of thriving in that environment.

TN Nurseries' best-selling wildflowers

Evening Primrose

Twinleaf plant

Trilliums

Mayapple

Geranium

Do not use compost or any other form of fertilizer since doing so will encourage the growth of grasses that will outcompete the wildflowers. Since wildflowers thrive in low-quality soil, it is essential to avoid using these products. To guarantee that the circumstances are suitable for producing wildflowers, you may need to remove the top 3-6 inches of soil, even if you have pretty rich soil.

Types of Wildflower Meadow

Tn Nursery has a variety of wildflowers on sale that will be most successful in the space you have chosen to plant.

  • Perennial Meadows flourish best on poor soils since the grasses have less opportunity to compete with the wildflowers. Removing the top layer of soil if the soil below is rich is worthwhile as sowing seeds straight into the subsoil that has been excavated or rotovated.
  • Annual meadows are annuals that require fertile soils and are typically seen in cornfields. They are a fantastic option to consider when changing the look of an existing border.

Choosing Wildflower Type

Tn Nursery offers wildflower varieties adaptable to various soil and environmental conditions. Pick the one that best fits the circumstances in your area. Obtain a species from Tennessee Nursery stock wherever it is feasible. It is best not to pick plants from the countryside, as doing so can harm a variety of species over time, and frequent seed collecting is likely to have such an effect. It can be against the law in some circumstances. As a result, obtaining the expert guidance available at Tn Nursery is something you should prioritize.

Why Plant Wildflowers?

Established wildflower meadows, to the therapeutic characteristics that can be found, have excellent soil because of the intricate root systems generated by wildflowers. It is because wildflowers grow from seeds. Because of this, the soil can withstand heavy rains without suffering the loss of nutrients or having those nutrients swept away into the nearby water system.

Wildflowers provide pollinators and insects a variety of benefits, including nourishment (in the form of leaves), shelter (in the form of flowers), food (in the form of pollen and nectar), and places to reproduce. The wildflowers then give back to the pollinators by exchanging their pollen with them, which enables them to grow seeds that, in turn, generate new blooms.

Even during the colder months, wildflowers provide several essential benefits. Wildflower seeds become a significant food source for birds and small animals when there is a scarcity of other food sources in rural areas.

Tn Nurseries Best Selling Wildflowers

1. Virginia Blue Bells

2. Coneflower

3. Milkweed

4. Impatiens Capensis

5. Ajuga

You can also check other available types of wildflowers available for sale here.

Caution when planting wildflowers

For your safety, do not sow garden 'wildflower' seed mixes and plants, which may contain non-natives or plants of unknown origin, in the wider countryside or near environmentally sensitive regions. In addition, Wildflowers Wholesale Nursery should never plant without the landowner's consent.