Spring 2019 Garden Guide
it’s time to Prepare your soil and and start planting!
Prep your soil for spring planting by adding organic material.
Feed bush or trailing berries like blueberries and raspberries with compost or fertilizer.
Add compost around perennial vegetables.
Spring mulch application
Spring and summer vegetables: broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, chard, chives, endive, leeks, lettuce, peas, radishes, rhubarb, rutabagas, spinach, and turnips
Amazing time to plant trees, shrubs and perennials
Fertilize rhododendrons, azaleas and roses.
Control slugs with Sluggo®.
Spring annual color: Geraniums, marigolds, impatiens, fuchsias, begonias, petunias
Warm season vegetables: snap and lima beans, brussels sprouts, cantaloupes, slicing and pickling cucumbers, dill, eggplant, kale, peppers, pumpkins, summer and winter squash, onions, potatoes, tomatoes, and watermelon
Hanging annual baskets
Prune lilacs, forsythia, rhododendrons, and azaleas after blooming.
Fertilize vegetable garden 1 month after plants emerge.
Harvest: young lettuce, onion, and chard to thin out rows.
Add mulch to ornamental beds to conserve moisture.
Encourage larger apples, pears and peaches by thinning crop after normal fruit drop.
Control aphids on vegetables with Bonide® Neem Oil spray.
Dahlias and gladioli
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