With wildflowers starting to bloom in warmer areas of the country, it brings up the age old question, "when to plant?"
For gardeners past the chance of frost: If you didn't get the chance to plant in the fall, the cooler season (late winter) is the perfect time to plant wildflower seeds. Try to plant right before you know there might be light rain in the area to help the seeds germinate without having to water.
For gardeners still experiencing below-freezing temperatures: We know you want to plant, but now is not the time! Wait to sow your wildflower seed until the chance of frost has passed in your area and ground temperatures have warmed.