Get a head start on preparing your garden for spring! Before plants can thrive with bloom and vigor, it will need some preparation and general maintenance. Many perennials need to maintain foliage for protection against the harsh winter weather. However, as Spring nears, it is time to clean and prune the old brown foliage. Remember, the sooner you can remove the old foliage the quicker you can expect new foliage to appear.
Fertilize your garden in late April or when the soil temperature comes up to temperature. A slow-release granular is recommended. We prefer to use OSMOCOTE. Generally a cap full will service a 4′ x 4′ area. Each application will last about three months,
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