Best Zone 8 Wildflowers – Tips On Wildflower Growing In Zone 8

zone 8 wildflowers
zone 8 wildflowers
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Growing wildflowers is one of the best things you can do for the environment, as wildflowers and other native plants adapted to your particular region have a natural resistance to pests and diseases. They are also able to withstand a variety of weather conditions, including drought. Wildflower growing in zone 8 is especially easy due to the relatively mild climate. The selection of wildflower plants in zone 8 is extensive. Read on for more information about zone 8 wildflowers.

Wildflower Growing in Zone 8

Consisting of both annual and perennial plants, wildflowers are plants that grow naturally without human assistance or intervention. To grow wildflowers for zone 8, it’s important to replicate their natural growing environment – sunlight, moisture, and soil type – as much as possible. All zone 8 wildflowers are not created equal. Some may need dry, sunny growing conditions while others are acclimated to shade or damp, boggy soil. Although wildflowers in their native environment grow without assistance from humans, wildflowers in the garden require regular irrigation during the first couple of years. Some may need an occasional trim. Keep in mind that some wildflowers may be rambunctious enough to choke out other plants in your garden. This type of wildflower should be planted where it has plenty of room to spread without limitations.

Selecting Zone 8 Wildflowers

Here is a partial list of suitable wildflowers for zone 8 gardens:

Mary H. Dyer

A Credentialed Garden Writer, Mary H. Dyer was with Gardening Know How in the very beginning, publishing articles as early as 2007.