• Last spring my garden is alive after along winter sleep. Plenty of work to be done. Planted many vegetable seedlings grown in the greenhouse. Lettuce, carrot (sowed direct into the ground), collard, kale, Swiss chard, corn, pumpkin, potato, beet, summer squash, tomato and leek. The garden is doing great. Just yesterday I harvested several zuccinni. Right away I made zuccinni chocolate cake. It is always a joy to be able to harvest from your own garden and cook with the vegetable that you grow yourself. Gardening is an excellent exercise for body and mind. Regardless how big or small your garden is.
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March Gardening Calendar


When spring arrived there are plenty of chores to be done outdoors.  Here are the list of what to do.

  • Plant cool season crops, peas, lettuce, cabbage, onions, kale, chard, if conditions permit
  • Devide hosta, daylilies,  mums and peonies in late March
  • Fertilize rhubab with manure or a complete fertilizer.
  • Fertilize evergreen shrubs and trees.
  • Drench crowns of raspberry plants with nematodes to control raspberry cane borer.
  • Plant berry crops, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries.
  • Prune gooseberries and currants; fertilize with manure or a complete fertilizer.
  • Spray trees and shrubs for webworms, leafrollers, if present.
  • Spray to control leaf and twin fungus diseases in sycamore, hawthorne and willow trees.
  • Take geraniums, begonias, dahlias, gladiolus from storage.
  • Keep tuberous begonias indoors
  • Prune spring flowering shrubs after blossoms fade.
  • Fertilize rhododendrons, camellias, azaleas with acid type fertilizer.
  • Spread compost over garden and landscape areas.Best time of year to thatch and renovate lawns.
  • Plant vegetable garden carefully for spring, summer and fall eating and preservation.
  • Protect new plant growth from slugs.  Use bait or traps.

2 Responses

  1. wow, you are busy.
    Cool picture by the way

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