A Quick Spring Planting Guide For The Western Hemisphere

A Quick Spring Planting Guide For The Western Hemisphere

With the Spring Equinox upon us, it's a signal for gardeners in warmer areas to roll up their sleeves and dive headfirst into their gardening projects. For those in colder regions, it's a gentle reminder that it's never too early to start planning ahead of the last frost. Let's embrace the changing seasons and make the most of this opportune time to nurture our gardens to new heights!

Plan Your Garden (March):

Those in warmer areas are approaching the beginning of the growing season, it's a prime moment to start planning your garden. For warmer areas, seize the opportunity to get busy with planting and tending to your garden tasks. In colder regions, use this time wisely to map out your garden layout, research plant varieties, and prepare for the impending frost-free period. Remember, a well-thought-out plan sets the stage for a successful garden.

Making Choices (March–April):

With the Spring Equinox as your guide, it's time to select what’s going to grow in your spring garden. With things like tomatoes, peppers, and cucumbers whats planted in late march can produce through October. With this in mind take time when choosing your plants and begin sowing seeds or transplanting seedlings. For colder areas, you can take a little more timer to finalize your plant selections and gather the necessary supplies for when the frost recedes. Whether you're planting now or gearing up for the future, let your plant choices reflect your gardening aspirations.

Dig in and Groove (April–May):

With the season change motivating you, it's time to get your hands dirty and bring your garden to life. In warmer regions, embrace the warmer temperatures and start preparing the soil, planting, and caring for your growing plants. For those in colder climates, continue with garden maintenance, prep work, and possibly starting seeds indoors. Remember, the key is to stay proactive and prepare your garden for the flourishing season ahead.

TLC and Harvest Time (May):

As the season progresses post-Spring Equinox, remain attentive to your garden's needs. Regularly check for pests, monitor plant health, and provide necessary care such as watering and fertilizing.

 In warmer regions, anticipate the bountiful rewards of your labor with a flourishing garden and potential harvests to enjoy. For colder areas, laying the groundwork now will ensure a smooth transition into the warmer months and a garden prepared for growth.

Enjoy the fruits of your labor!

Let’s celebrate the arrival of spring and embark on a gardening adventure filled with creativity, resilience, and the promise of abundant blooms. Get ready to bloom and grow with the changing seasons! With a little added help, we’re offering a 15% discount off orders March 18 - 24th. Use code SPRING15 at checkout for US orders!