Updated: Apr 10
1. Time To Plant Your Annuals
Spring is the perfect time to begin seeding annuals. If you have plants that have started already, they can begin to go in the ground. Keep your plants well-fertilized, but be careful about watering. Surprise rainstorms and strict watering schedules can sometimes result in overwatering
2. Pruning Matters
If you haven’t already been doing so, get to it. Pruning spring flowering shrubs after they have finished blooming encourages new blooms.
Pines, broadleaf evergreens, and needleleaf evergreens should only be pruned this month or next, when they are in the soft candle stage.