Flower seeds - Knowledgebase Question

Heartland, Te
Question by moongirl0602
December 28, 2009
What kind of flower seeds can I plant in my flower bed that will not spread to my lawn?

Answer from NGA
December 28, 2009


The creeping, spreading types of plants should be avoided if you're having trouble containing them in a single area. These are generally perennials and once they get a foothold, they will grow for many years. To be on the safe side, plant only annuals in your flower bed. They will die off at the end of the season and you can pull them out of the garden. Annuals typically are well behaved and as long as you cut off the spent flowers before they go to seed, you won't have problems with them. Best wishes with your flower garden.

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