5 Seeds to Plant in May for Fabulous, Easy-to-Grow Flowers All Summer Long

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Here are tips on how to plant and fertilize the seeds, plus the types of birds and butterflies the flowers will attract.

For gardening enthusiasts across the country, Mother’s Day is the unofficial first day of gardening season because it’s the first day that it’s considered safe to plant new flower seeds outdoors. That’s because the second Sunday in May, shortly after May Day celebrations, tends to coincide with the last frost date of the season for a given location, based on historical data. Frost is deadly to new seedlings, so sowing seeds before the last frost date is a gamble that anyone who’s woken up to frost-shriveled shoots will tell you is just not worth the pain. The good news is that if you want to have a colorful flower garden that remains in bloom all summer long, Mother’s Day is your cue. 


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