Getting Your Garden Ready for Spring

Ready to get excited about your first trip to the garden nursery?    Before going, you need to review what you already have and what you would like to have growing in your yard, on your deck or patio.   Do you have good food, water, and shelter sources for the plants and animals that inhabit your garden/yard area?

With paper and pencil in hand, sketch out what you had in place from last year.   Make notes on what grew well and what needs to be replaced due to various growing issues.   Do you recall where the problem areas were last year?    Can you replace shrubs or plants that are wildlife friendly?    Is it a native in your region?

Native plants are already adapted to your climate.   They are easily found at your nurseries and require less soil preparation, fewer chemicals, and use less water.   Beautiful native plants from The American Beauties™ Native Plant collection are low-maintenance and attract wildlife and beneficial pollinators like butterflies, bees, and birds

Check out the upcoming gardening seminars, free classes offered by the County Extension offices and order nursery and seed catalogs now.    Spring planting is right around the corner….

Remember to stock up on Bite-Lite® Natural Mosquito Repellent Candles for those summer celebrations in the backyard.

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