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Leah Reeder
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LeahReeder@
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Growing Wildflowers:

Hello Neighbor!  Thank you for taking the time to visit my website.  I hope you enjoyed receiving your wildflower seeds in the mail.  These flowers are native to our Arizona soil and will bloom beautifully during the monsoon rains. 

** Wildflowers can be planted anytime during the year. **

** Wildflowers appreciate our AZ sunshine, so plant in a sunny location. **

** Wildflowers are WILD!  They don't need much soil prep, but they do prefer soil that drains well. **

** Loosen the soil with a hoe, shovel, or rake. **

** Scatter the seed evenly by hand. **

** Lightly compress your seeds into the soil...no more than a half inch below the ground...just enough to protect them from birds and wind disbursement. **

** You may water them if you like, or let the summer rains do the work for you. **

That's it, you're done!  Now kick back, let nature take it's course and enjoy.

Just like growing wildflowers, I have developed proven methods to ensure my clients' success.  I take pride in helping clients find a house to make their home, and in giving them guidance on how to make their home more marketable so they can sell quickly and move on to their next adventure.

If you or anyone you know is in the market to buy or sell residential or commercial property, I would be honored to assist.  Please call me...and let's grow your real estate dreams together.

Enjoy your flowers...I would love feedback on how well they bloomed for you! 

Warmly,


 ~Leah Reeder