What Is the Best Time to Plant Flowers in Michigan?
Begin planting seeds, seedlings, annual and perennial flowers in March or April after freezing conditions are no longer a factor. Spring flowers need warm soil and temperate heat from the sun to promote growth and prepare for the summer season. Planting bulbs for spring blooms takes place September through November.
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