Pick the area wisely:
First of all, you need to select an area where sunlight stays for the maximum time. Remember, Sweet Annie is hardy that’s why it needs sunlight at least for eight hours a day. The best season to grow this plant is early Spring as sun rays are not intensive and temperature is mild.
Prepare the soil:
After selecting the area, make the soil soft with the help of a hand shovel. This ploughing will help the newly placed plant to take its roots deeper in the ground.
Moist the field:
If you are growing Sweet Annie from seeds then it is better to mist the soil before spreading the seeds. You will have to keep the soil wet until your seeds grow. However, be super cautious during irrigation as even a simple mistake can ruin your efforts. Cover your seeds with soil to keep them safe from a strong breeze.
Prepare the field for transplant:
If you are transplanting the Sweet Annie then just make the soil soft with garden spade and place the plants at an equal distance. Normally, four-foot distance is more than enough for the plants. Make sure that there is enough air for the roots otherwise they won’t grow.
Provide nourishing elements:
Though, Sweet Annie does not require much attention and they grow rapidly but still you should provide sufficient amount of water, sunshine and other nourishing elements. It is better to analyse your soil organically and use suitable fertilizers.
Keep the growing plants safe from insects:
Sweet Annie has a pleasant smell that attracts birds, butterflies and bees. Make sure they are not putting the growth of your plants in danger.