Landscaping with Minnesota Plants that Thrive in the Winter

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When it comes to backyard landscaping, you don’t want to harm plants that are not designed to survive in the cold weather. In Minnesota, especially, Minneapolis – St. Paul, the Twin Cities area, it often gets cold as low as negative 20 to 40. You may want to consider landscaping with Minnesota native plants that thrive during the harsh cold weather.

Landscaping with Forget-Me-Not

Landscaping with Forget-Me-Not

One of the Minnesota native plants is forget-me-not (Myosotis sylvatica.) The blue forget-me-not is a cool season annual plant. Cool season annual plants can be direct sown in fall, and the flowers bloom on an early spring such as mid-April and May. These plants will form a rose-shaped decoration in fall looking like lettuces, and then burst into flower when the garden begins to come alive in the spring.

Landscaping with Forget-Me-Not

Landscaping with Forget-Me-Not

It is highly recommended to hire landscape designers to design your landscape garden before you plant those forget-me-nots. Natural Environments Corporation (NEC) is one of the largest landscaping companies in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and provides top-notch landscaping services to turn your garden into an exceptional and extraordinary aesthetic landscape.

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