How To Prepare for Spring Landscaping Winter can be harsh on your garden, especially with the amount of plant debris it leaves behind. Cleaning up and prepping for warm weather can take a lot of work. Before you get started, it is a good idea to think through all of your spring landscaping plans. You […]
Spring is a time of growth and rebirth. It is important to prepare your garden early as well as maintain it throughout the season to ensure continual beauty. Here are some tips to get your garden ready for spring! Pull all weeds Whether they are weeds from last year or new ones that have sprouted
You might refer to your garden as your “spring garden,” but that doesn’t mean the work starts in spring. For many gardeners, planning and preparations for spring planting activity begins in winter. The weather outside may be wintery and cold, but the work you do today will support your efforts this spring. Starting now can save you
April showers bring May…tulips? The answer is yes! But only if you prepare your garden for them! The best time to plant tulip bulbs is in the fall when the soil temperature drops down to around 55 degrees, ensuring that they have plenty of time to fertilize. Adding a layer of mulch to protect the
When you think of warmer weather you think of sunny skies, green grass, and flowers blooming. Something you might not think of is the busiest insect out there, the bee. Yes, bees can be nuisances and they can even be fearful. But, they are the reason we have beautiful flowers, fresh produce, delicious honey, and
Find Your Garden Space If you are a first time gardener, the first step in your gardening process will be deciding where your garden will go. You’ll want to keep a few things in mind as you choose this space. Sunlight; choose an area that has plenty of sunshine to keep your crops happy and
Cabin fever is setting in and we are ready to get back to the dirt! While it is still too cold to crack the dirt on the 2018 gardening season, it’s not too early to get started on spring cleaning! Use these 5 easy steps to get your shed ready for this year’s garden!