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Gardening To-do in March

Gardening To-do in March

No matter where you live there is something you can do to get ready for your Spring gardening.  This article provides tips that are related to specifics zone is the United States.  We’ve included what to do for zone three, you can look up your particular zone.  This site provides this information on a month to month basis.

If you don’t know what USDA hardiness zone you live in, check the map here.

March To-Do List For Zone 3

  • Prune overgrown nonspring-flowering shrubs.
  • Start seeds of onions, tomatoes, edging lobelia (Lobelia erinus), asters, marigolds, cauliflower, cabbage, and brussels sprouts indoors under lights. When seedlings have their second pair of true leaves, transplant them to larger pots.
  • Pot up stored bulbs, such as hybrid tuberous begonias, dahlias, canna (Canna ✕ generalis), and calla lilies (Zantedeschia aethiopica). Set them in the light.
  • Water evergreens growing near the house foundation if the soil is dry. Also, mist the foliage—needles will absorb the much-needed moisture.

repost from:  organicgardening.com/learn-and-grow/gardeners-to-do-list-march

 

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