Lastly - Patience is Helpful:
Reconstructing a natural setting takes time. The first year can be somewhat frustrating because the visual picture you have in your mind does not always happen. Perennials can take one, two, or more years to bloom. It's a good idea to mix some annuals with perennials for spontaneous spring color the first year! Also, aggressively addressing weed eradication will give newly started natives a leg-up. Understand the landscape will change yearly...seeds move around...some thrive while some lay dormant. It's all part of the durability of the native landscape! We hope you enjoy!