Aug 18, 2022
For earlier pops of color, a buffet for pollinators, and overall hardier plants, gardeners should be growing cool-season annuals — flowers that are started in fall or very early spring and bloom weeks or months earlier than heat-loving plants. To offer a primer on successfully planting and growing these flowers, my guest this week is flower farmer, teacher and author Lisa Mason Ziegler.
Download my free worksheet Cool Flowers Planting Guide- A quick guide on how and when to plant hardy annuals either in fall or early spring.
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