|I have packets of wilflower seeds that grow along the Blue Ridge Parkway in N.C. and I would like to know if it is to early to plant now?
|Answer from NGA
October 5, 2010
|If you sow the seeds in the fall they will germinate in the very early spring and start growing earlier in the year than if you waited to plant them in the spring. Go ahead and sow the seeds now. Cover over the seeded area with a thin layer of compost or peat moss to help hide them from hungry birds. The seeds will sprout next spring.
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