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  • Should I put mulch around my newly planted seeds?

  • The seeds would rather be in contact with the soil. They may also like just a bit of soil (1/8 inch) covering them. The mulch would be for established plants. Wiidflowers need a little soil. The mulch may prevent some varieties from germinating. Maybe you can scratch the mulch aside in patches, and sow the seed? Hi Everybody!! Let us talk native.

  • How do you plant flowers after mulching?

  • A common way to plant after mulching is to scrape the mulch to the side and plant the flower. The problem with this method, though, is that soil clumps end up on the surface of the mulch. Carefully remove the mulch and place it in a pile.

  • How do you raise wildflower seeds without mulch?

  • Seed raising mix is a great cover for wildflower seeds instead of mulch. It will keep the moisture in and allow the seeds to grow through easily. If you want to mulch the area afterwards, let the seeds grow to 3-4 inches and bring sugar cane mulch or bark mulch around the edge of the growing plants. This will keep in moisture and stop weeds.

  • Can you plant wiidflowers in mulch?

  • Wiidflowers need a little soil. The mulch may prevent some varieties from germinating. Maybe you can scratch the mulch aside in patches, and sow the seed?