Early Spring Checklist for Your Yard

Daffodils blooming

Spring is here, and warm weather is beginning to peek around the corner, inviting us outdoors and begging gardeners to get their hands dirty. But there may still be chilly nights to come, so don’t get ahead of yourself. Instead, use this promising early spring season to pay a visit to your garden, do some much needed maintenance, and tend to what’s already there.

Read on for 12 early spring lawn and garden tips to help kick the growing season off right in your yard!

4 COMMENTS

  1. Great informative along with pictures, thank you. I especially appreciated your mention as to not forget our feathered friends. In the rush to get our garden beds cleaned and ready for planting and maintenance we tend to let our feathered friends go to last.

  2. Hi Julie,

    Thanks for your “checklist”!

    I am a northerner transplanted to the southeast, specificaly North Carolina and am an organic type. Can you help at all with these climes? When would be a good time to start Tomato seedlings? Is there a better more adaptable plant for the south? I’m thinking in terms of the summer heat? As my job takes me out of town a few night’s a week I have purchased self watering pots, does that effect the type of plant I should grow?

    Hope you can help and thanks!

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