'start seeds outside in the Fall'...when does that mean exactly?
I have a variety of milkweed seeds that I bought through the mail a few months ago, and have stored in my fridge. It says that I can "start the seeds outside in the Fall". When does that mean exactly? When the hot days have ended and before the frost? And because these are wildflowers that seed freely and grow naturally, I would assume that I should treat them just as they are in nature, and just casually sprinkle the seeds on the ground, and whatever "takes" takes? I don't have to cover them with soil or anything?