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How To Plant Flowers 3

how to plant flowers 3
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Plant at the right time. Even with the perfect soil, ideal location, and healthy flowers, if you don’t plant at the right time your garden will be ruined. Most flowers don’t do well in weather that is too cold or hot, so it is usually best to plant flowers in spring because it is between these periods. Although planting in the spring may seem obvious, there is an art to choosing the perfect time. With the exception of bulbs and wildflowers—plant these flowers in the fall—wait to plant flowers till at least two weeks after the most recent frost, and avoid planting until temperatures at night stay above freezing on a regular basis. /images/thumb/4/4b/Plant-Flowers-Step-4-preview-Version-2.jpg/550px-Plant-Flowers-Step-4-preview-Version-2.jpg /images/thumb/4/4b/Plant-Flowers-Step-4-preview-Version-2.jpg/300px-Plant-Flowers-Step-4-preview-Version-2.jpg /e/e0/Plant Flowers Step 4 Version 2.360p.mp4 // Use a farmer’s almanac to find the best time to plant flowers in your area. Because of differences in weather in different locations, flowers can be planted anywhere from February - July. Check the seed packets of the flowers you are planting to find the best planting time for your flowers.

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