Just like your garden has different seasons of growth, it also has distinct seasons of maintenance. What needs to be done depends on the time of the year and the type of plants in the garden. Proper garden maintenance is important because it helps your garden transition from one season to another.
Continue punching plants.
Divide and transplant perennials.
Feed tomato plants with a low-nitrogen fertilizer when the fruits start to develop.
Take softwood cuttings from bushes and shrubs to propagate new plants.
Hopefully, this garden maintenance checklist will help you get the best results from your garden this season. But if you ever need some help, consider enlisting us! If you are in need of a professional gardener this spring, feel free to contact us for a quote.