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Making Wildflower Babies in March!!

Congratulations! You’ve decided to embrace the magical world of wildflowers! You’re completely psyched and can barely wait to welcome pollinators and beneficial bugs to your beautiful backyard blooms. But wait! It’s almost April! Is it too late? Not by a … Continue reading

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My Wildly Floriferous Life

This morning is a great example of my insanely beautiful life here at the pollinators’ paradise we call Wildflower Farm. Just yesterday on Facebook, one of Wildflower Farm’s loyal friends asked “What’s in bloom right now at the Farm?”  How … Continue reading

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It’s SOW Not Too Late to Seed Wildflowers!!

  Each and every spring folks tend to panic. Our office is flooded with frantic phone calls and emails. “Am I too late? ” they ask. “Will I be wasting my time and money starting wildflowers now?”  Our answer???  “It’s SOW not too late … Continue reading

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Seed Science for the Non-Scientist

I’m not sure about the entire continent of North America, but here in Ontario, summer seems to just be getting started.  Looking at the forecast, though, it’s looking like it’s going to be a short one.  Don’t let this warm … Continue reading

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Answering Your Wildflower Questions

I just found out about wildflowers now and I want to get started right away but don’t know how. What do I do first? The good news is that you’ve found wildflowers and are ready to enrich your garden (and … Continue reading

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