Spring is synonymous with flowering. It is the ideal season to find home garden and take care of its plants. It is clear there is plenty to do in the area and a bit of organization is always welcome.
In early spring, the first instinct is to prune the plants, especially roses. Do not hesitate to prepare the ground for the lawn that will become a great green carpet. In the month of March, we can start planting bulbs Hydrangea and gladiolus or perennial rock gardens. Plants that bloom at this time are azaleas, rhododendrons and clematis. Note that it is important to protect plants in winter. When the month of May points the tip of his nose, you can leave the citrus and oleanders and indoor plants, taking care to water them regularly. Of course, indoor plants should be trimmed and cleaned. Overall, early spring is the right time to treat the plants with fertilizer.
While waiting to taste the citrus, it must take care first. Beginning in March, can be seeded tomatoes, carrots, zucchini or radishes. Caution before sowing seeds. Do not forget that they will germinate and grow and therefore take up space. Take care to space the seeds at the seed to avoid any unpleasant surprises later. Spring is also the ideal time to plant currants and raspberries. On fruit trees, the work is primarily on cutting peaches, apples and other gooseberries. For that gardening takes place in the best manner possible, it is important to have the right tools. Before you start work, plan to have on hand a watering can, wheelbarrow, a pitchfork, rake, pruning shears, a shovel and a hedge trimmer. The use of a lawnmower is strongly advised to keep their grass always presentable. Now, with your tools!