Lawn and garden maintenance doesn't end in the fall. Fall grass and wildflower seeding is called dormant seeding and can really boost your landscape.
This practice works best in October or November while the ground is bare but slightly freezing at night. Broadcast the seeds in bare areas to establish good soil to seed contact. If the weather warms up you will need to irrigate; preventing the seeds from drying. Over the winter, the seeds will be ready waiting until spring.
Don't be to hasty in the spring, many seeds can take up to a month to germinate. In the spring you will see your hard work in a fuller lawn or the beauty of wildflower blooms.
Dormant Seeding Lawns: Last chore of the season?
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