Great article attached regarding "swaps" to make to reduce plastic waste in our everyday lives. And, please be gentle with our watery natural resources (rivers, lakes, oceans, etc.) The number of
Get Your Yard Ready For Spring
Dated: March 22 2016
Here are some planting tips from The NY Botanical Garden.
Remove mulches and debris from beds.
Fertilize the flower beds of early blooming bulbs.
Prune the deciduous trees to help shape them or keep them in line. But don’t prune spring-flowering shrubs or plants except to correct problems.
If you are growing some plants indoors to plant in your garden later, now is the time to plant those seeds. After 8-10 weeks of growth, you can plant them in your garden.
Test lawn soil and apply lime if needed.
Continue to plant evergreen and deciduous trees and shrubs.
Plant seedlings of strawberries, cauliflower, cabbage and broccoli if soil is workable.
Sow seeds for peas, carrots and radishes.
Re-seed bare areas of your lawn.
Good luck with your yard and garden.
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