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Top 5 Things About Spring:

5. Milder, warmer days. (Short or no sleeves, anyone?)


4. Torrential rain. In like a lion, out like a lamb.


3. Flowering trees giving way to leaves.

2. The smell of fresh, thawing earth.

1. Longer days = more time to garden.

Work to do in Your Annual Garden Now

  • If you haven't already, double-check your last frost date here;

  • Start seedlings in biodegradable planting containers (like egg crates, toilet paper tubes, or rolled black and white newsprint);

  • Begin to harden off seedlings by setting them out during above freezing temperature days for longer periods of time;

  • Prepare beds by adding compost and turning the soil over;

  • Once the threat of frost is over, go ahead and plant! (Make sure to water consistently, especially early on, to encourage healthy roots and consistent growth of your edibles.)

Spring Color


Snowdrops (galanthus), daffodils, tulips, azaleas


Classic daffodils, crocuses, tulips, forsythia

Blushes, Reds, Pinks

Tulips, hyacinth, lillies, camillias, azaleas, fruiting trees (cherry, apple, plum)

Lavenders, Blues

Crocuses, hyacinth, allium, anemone, Dutch iris

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