Annual seeds are usually best sown in the spring, after the danger of frost. Some that are native to climates with freezing temperatures do fine if sown in the fall.
- Most perennial seeds require fall planing, unless the seeds have been pre-conditioned or “stratified.”
- Make certain to set the seed ball in an appropriate place for the plant’s ultimate soil, moisture, and light requirements.
- Press gently into the soil so that the top of the seed ball remains visible.
- Space one foot apart.
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