By Home Garden Seed Association
We think of spring as the time to start plants from seed, but nature doesn't put all her eggs in one season's basket. Fall is the time to think about growing next year's wildflowers because the seeds of some species need a period of cold in order to germinate. This means either sowing outdoors in fall or treating them to a period of cold in the refrigerator before sowing in spring.
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