Planting Wildflowers

Hi there, so one of the native plants I picked out at Bowman’s Hill is blooming, and it’s called anemone. The flower is gorgeous and I love taking pretty pictures of all the native plants. It’s exciting to create a hobby that has benefits to wildlife and the environment.

Hubby rented a tiller today to plant wildflower seeds we purchased from American Meadows last fall. I’m hoping for a beautiful display this summer.

Some benefits of growing native plants:

  • Provide shelter and food for wildlife.
  • No need for fertilizers or pesticides.
  • They require less water and prevent water run-off.
  • Less maintenance.
  • Improve air quality and restores natural habitat.

Thanks for your support and I’ll update again soon.

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