Fall is a great time to sow wildflower seeds. After all, it’s the time when nature scatters them! Fall-sown seeds will sprout quickly in spring and face less competition from weeds as they get established. In this video, Tricia from Peaceful Valley shows you how to prepare the soil for a wildflower planting and how to sow your seeds just after your first hard frost. Then you can spend the winter looking forward to spring seedlings.