Summer has finally arrived. If you planted wildflowers this year, you might be asking yourself, “when will my wildflowers bloom?”
Unfortunately, when you’re growing a mixture of wildflower species, the answer isn’t always clearcut. Since most wildflower seed mixtures contain a vast array of species, they won’t all bloom at the same time. In fact, most mixes are carefully chosen so that you will get a wide overall bloom time rather than one explosive bloom.
There are lots of factors that influence when your wildflowers will bloom. Here’s what you need to know.
Summers are a gardener’s dream because the most beautiful Dahlias bloom during this time, so naturally summer months are the best time for gardening enthusiasts! It's all like a perfect dream, when the warm sun is shining down on your plants, helping them bloom into beautiful fruits and flowers.
However, soon the pleasant sunlight can become scorching and uninvited pests can take over your beloved plants that you nurtured like a baby. These issues can be easily combatted if you pay close attention and pick up on some common signs that your soil might be unhealthy or pest infected. We have some pro-gardening tips that will help you keep your garden flourishing all summer long.