How to plant a wildflower meadow: in gardens of all sizes

Greg Stevens

A pretty wildflower meadow is not only a lovely addition to any garden, but also provides a rich tapestry of food and shelter for bees, butterflies and other important pollinators.

You can easily create a mini wildflower meadow in your own yard as an alternative to an area of lawn, in place of a border, or contained in a parterre, which will be filled with color from spring into summer.

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