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Dormant Seeding

Dormant Seeding and Fall Planting mimic Mother Nature


Watch this video for a quick "How-To" on Dormant Seeding and Fall Planting.

Earthyman shares tips and quick ways to jump start your prairie, wildflower field
or native garden.




Did you know that Fall and Winter are excellent times to sow seed? 

Frost seeding can occur on a hard frost in the morning or even on a light snow on frozen ground. The seed sets in the soil as the soil freezes and thaws.  The cold moist conditions during winter acts to stratify the seed allowing it to begin the germination cycle. When spring comes and the soil warms up, the seed complete germinating and the plant begins to grow.

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