Remove winter mulch from garden beds. Lift & divide perennials. Plant new perennials, deciduous, coniferous trees & shrubs. Pot up cana-lilies. Remove winter cover off roses—deadhead daffodils. Prune roses after the danger of frost have passed. Plant hardy pansies. Plant annuals after the last frost. Prune candles of conifers. Gradually remove winter mulch from perennials. Remove faded tulips flower heads. Start removal of any weeds or unwanted grass. Cultivate exposed soil. Add new mulch when the ground is warm. Check for pests & diseases. Prune evergreen shrubs & hedges. Prune early flower shrubs after bloom is done—plant summer bulbs.
Prune evergreen shrubs & hedges. Container planting annuals. Mulch garden beds to conserve water and discourage weeds. Plant containers & hanging baskets. Stake tall perennials. Continue to prune flowering shrubs after bloom. Deadhead perennials that have finished blooming. Deadhead annuals to encourage more blooms. Prune deciduous shrubs after bloom. Lift & divide crowded irises. Pinch back chrysanthemums and asters. Plant autumn flowering bulbs. Clean & edge borders.
Divide and transplant peonies, lilies & other perennials. Lift gladiolus corms & calla lilies. Plant evergreens. Clean up plant debris. Prepare & move tender plants indoors if required. Lift summer bulbs after the first frost. Continue deadheading—plant poppies for early flowering next year. Prepare new beds for final plantings. Plant spring bulbs. Plant shrubs, bushes, trees. Pull up annuals. Clean &edge borders. Lightly prune rose bushes & ramblers. Protect rhododendrons & young shrubs. Winterize roses. Apply mulch after the ground has frozen.
Spring: design and decorate urns, containers, and/or window boxes with hardy frost tolerant annuals and bulbs
Fall: design and decorate urns, containers, and/or window boxes with pumpkins, gourds, and seasonal decorations
Winter: design and decorate urns, containers, and/or window boxes with evergreens and seasonal decorations. See our "Special Events" page for additional design ideas.
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