Benefits of Wildflowers To Your Yard

Home » Blog » Benefits of Wildflowers To Your Yard

Take Advantage of These Benefits of Wildflowers

Spring will soon arrive in New Jersey, leaving many homeowners thinking about their lawn, landscape, and gardens. Before deciding on what flowers to plant or landscape additions to focus on, homeowners should consider adding wildflowers to their backyard. The benefits of wildflowers include more than just looking beautiful; they also attract the right type of backyard visitors that offer great value to your lawn and garden.

7 Benefits of Wildflowers

1. Low Maintenance

Planting wildflowers require the same initial work as any outside project – ridding the area of weeds and debris. However, once the wildflowers are planted, they need little ongoing maintenance including limited watering. Overall, they are stronger than typical garden flowers and can withstand a variety of outside elements.

2. Lots of Color

If you are looking to add a splash of color to your backyard, planting wildflowers will do the trick, and they are available in a wide variety of options. Vibrant colors create a welcoming feeling as well as break up the monotony of a large backyard with no depth.

3. Improve Air Quality

Wildflowers produce more oxygen and deplete carbon monoxide faster than traditional flowers. Depending on the size of the area, the reduced amount of mowing and fertilization has a lesser impact on the environment, creating fewer greenhouse gas emissions.

4. Cost Less

Since wildflowers require less ongoing maintenance, many homeowners find they cost less too.

5. Attract Ladybugs

While not all bugs are beneficial, ladybugs add value to your backyard. Ladybugs eat up to 60 aphids per day. Aphids destroy backyard plants, flowers, and grass – causing many individuals to stress in the spring and summer months.

6. Welcome Hummingbirds

Hummingbirds are a rare treat to see in a backyard and also offer value. They eat plant-damaging insects and are important pollinators, improving your garden results.

7. Hide Poor-Performing Grass

If your backyard has areas that look bare and no matter what you try, nothing seems to help – then wildflowers are a great solution. These bare areas are the best places to plant wildflowers, which typically thrive well in poor-performing grassy areas.

Perennial Lawn Care is looking for new customers that want to improve the look and appearance of their lawn with our lawn care program. Contact us today for more information or to schedule a consultation!

Posted on
Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!