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 What Flowers Seed Themselves & Spread?

Answer When you allow the flowers in your garden to remain on the plant, the flower head will develop into a seed head or pod. These pods then will burst, spreading new seeds to grow next year. The wind, ... Read More »
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Do I Need to Spread Hay Over Grass Seed When Planting?

Seeding a lawn takes hours of smoothing and seeding, numerous tools, patience and gallons of water. Leaving a newly seeded lawn to the effects of wind, rain and birds risks losing all that was put... Read More »
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How much ryegrass seed do I spread for a lawn?

Use 1 lb. of ryegrass seed for every 2,000 square feet of lawn. For instance, 1 lb. of ryegrass seed will cover a 40-foot by 50-foot area. If you have an acre of lawn to sow, then use 20 lbs. of ry... Read More »
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Can I spread lawn seed before winter?

It is best to spread lawn seed during the fall months so the grass has time to start growing before winter comes. This timing ensures that the grass will come back healthy and full in the springtim... Read More »
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What time of year do you spread grass seed?

Cool-season grasses, such as fescue, should be planted in the early fall. These grasses can also be planted in the spring, but fall is preferable. Warm-season grasses, such as zoysia and bermudagra... Read More »
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