Ok, so for my third set of questions for the day.
I just read more on planting wildflowers, so please forgive me. This is what they suggested for preparing the bed:
"Rototill the soil to a depth of 4 to 6 inches. Allow the tilled soil to settle before planting. Waiting for one or two rainfalls will help with this. If nature does not cooperate, you can use a lawn sprinkler to apply approximately three-quarter to one inch of water over the entire plot. Just soak the soil until you see that it has settled a bit. then rake, apply the seed, rake again to ensure seed to soil contact. Do not mulch"
Would you agree with these suggestions? Is it ok to wait that long to plant after the first pass thru with a tiller or will more weeds sprout? And couldn't I mulch with cut grass at least? Finally, if I rototilled, then waited a few days and applied wet newspaper covered with soil, would that be good too to plant the seeds into? thanks!!!