Fill your wildflower garden with soil-loving blooms
Bring color to your home’s landscaping and garden with wildflowers and legumes from Curtis and Curtis! These plants bring nutrients to your soil, improve water and air quality, and can fight the effects of climate change. Keep reading to learn more about the benefits of growing wildflowers and legumes.
Improve soil quality
Both wildflowers and legumes have the ability to improve soil quality. These plants contribute many benefits, including increasing soil organic matter, improving soil structure, and nitrogen fixation. Legumes have the impressive ability to convert atmospheric nitrogen into a soluble, easy-to-absorb form.
Create an eco-friendly area
Wildflowers are pollinator plants that create a welcoming habitat for birds, bees, butterflies, and insects. These plants not only offer coverage and nutrients to wildlife and pollinators but can also improve the air and water quality of your surrounding area.
Low maintenance = great results
Looking for plants that will thrive with minimal maintenance? Wildflowers and legumes that are native to your area will grow into healthy, beautiful plants without costing you an arm and a leg. Wildflowers in particular require significantly less water and maintenance than non-native flowers.
The legume family houses a diverse range of plants, producing a dry fruit that serves as food for humans or livestock. Some of the most common types of legumes include: 1. Peas 2. Beans 3. Clover
Wildflower species are hardy and self-reproducing flowers, coming in an endless array of colors, sizes, and shapes. These flowers are appealing to gardeners as they demand less attention and are a lower-cost alternative to high-maintenance gardening.
Ready to see the best results from your wildflowers and legumes? At Curtis and Curtis, we source and process our seeds with the highest standards to ensure our products exceed industry regulations and your expectations. Our team is here to offer support throughout your order and provide the highest-quality seeds on the market.
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