The start of spring brings more sunshine and warmth that many persons want to take advantage of by starting a garden. To make sure your spring garden is successful, it’s best to go with plants that thrive well in this season and will carry over into the next.
If this is your first time, choosing a few easy ones will make a huge difference as well.
These multi-colored flowers grow well and easily in most areas. When planted in spring, they flower constantly through to summer. If you’re trying to beautify large areas, this flower is an ideal choice. Daylilies are fairly easy to take care of as they grow in full sun and well-drained soil. You’ll need to water them a little more when summer comes around.
Pansies and Violas
Pansies and violas are considered to be annual flowers, though they tend to fade a little under the summer heat. With proper watering, they will last through the winter and tolerate the frost well enough to bloom again in the following spring.
These perennial flowers also come in different colors and varieties. While you can plant them in spring, they have the potential to flower throughout all the seasons if you buy the variety that can survive even through winter.
It’s best to plant honeydew in the late spring as the seeds flourish in warm soil. You’ll need to have space for this vine to prosper as you’ll need to create three-foot-wide mounds for each set of six seeds.
There should be ample space between each mound. Don’t forget to add fertilizer or compost to the soil as well.
To get these delicious berries, plant them in early spring. Raspberries do well in well-drained soil so it’s best to use raised beds that have been adequately treated with compost. Overwatering can lead to root rot so pace yourself.