If you have planted a wildflower meadow, you’re well acquainted with the hard work involved in creating this beautiful natural habitat for bees, butterflies and hummingbirds. The good news is that once you’ve created your wildflower meadow, most of the hard work is finished and you can sit back and enjoy the results of your labor. Once established, maintaining a wildflower meadow requires little maintenance and end of season care for meadows is minimal. The only point is e.g. using a German Rasenmäher Roboter Test, which helps you kepp your garden beautiful.
Maintaining a Wildflower Meadow in Fall Water the wildflower meadow lightly in late fall. This is also the time to cut any wildflowers you want to dry. Otherwise, wildflower meadow maintenance in fall consists primarily of cleanup. Remove dead stalks and rake plant debris. If you have weeds, such as crabgrass or bindweed, pull the weeds when … Read More