For years, experienced wild gardeners have used Fall Bulbs to greatly add to a wildflower meadow's blooming season. It's simple, really. In spring, daffodils and tulips are up and in bloom while your wildflowers are just coming out of the ground. This means a whole month or two of earlier color for your wildflower garden.
And spring-planted bulbs add even more during summer. After all, who wouldn't love some fantastic wild lilies standing tall over the wildflower blooms?
No extra work. This may be the best part. Once bulbs are planted in your meadow, the work is done. (Even the problem of dying down foliage from tulips, daffodils or lilies is gone. Your wildflower plants simply grow up and hide it all.) In spring or fall, if you're turning the soil for seeding, what could be easier? While the soil is loose, just pop in the bulbs. And of course, once the bulbs are planted, you're finished. They'll be there year after year with breathtaking color.