This is a crucial time in the garden that needs to be prepared for enjoyment on warmer days. Keep in mind that you select plants that flourish at different times so that in each period there is a bit of flower in your garden. By carefully selecting the species of wicker, you can ensure the continuity of flowering throughout the entire vegetation period. When the danger of late frost ceases, we can plant seedlings that we have not been able to plant in autumn.
If some weeds appear in some places, immediately remove it, because it is easier to fight it at the beginning of the vegetation. If the period of warm weather continues, and the grass begins to grow, you can mow the lawn, but the blade on the mower should be raised by 0.5 cm more than usual.
It is important to care for your garden on a regular basis so your grass, plants, and other parts of your oasis can flourish and be healthy and beautiful. In this way, you will always have a piece of heaven for you and your family to relax in.
Choose your flowers carefully
Choose some of the species that bloom in the early spring. One of the plants you can plant now is Jasminum nudiflorum, which flowers are yellow. This plant can be used for the cultivation of sloping terrain or as a species for the formation of a lower living fence. At the beginning of March, the Forsythia Europaea which is often seen in city parks forms bright yellow flowers before scrolling. If you have planted magnolia in the past years, she will be delighted with your light-colored, fragrant flowers in April.
For perfect spring bloom of your garden you can choose plants like Mahonia aquifolium – Mahony has yellow flowers and is very good for use in soil binding on sloping terrains, Kerria japonica – kerria thrives best in half-shades and Syringa vulgaris-lorated is very grateful species that is satisfied with the poor land and is drought-resistant.
Now it is time to tend to your roses so they can bloom again. Be sure you do this right so your roses won’t become just a green bush without flowers. Cut the main branches so that it remains ten inches. Cut the lateral branches so that it remains about 3-5 edges (buds) depending on whether we want a denser or a sloppy bush. Care should be taken on which side the last bud under the cut is facing so that the bushy rose will have the correct shape. It is important to regularly remove the branches that spring below the spool during the vegetation so that the rose does not lose strength.
If you want to beautify the garden and you have bloomed seasonal flowers in it, you can plant Viola tricolor-day and night, Bellis perennis-white labor, Myosotis, Dianthus barbatus-Turkish carnation and Cheiranthus cheiri – flowers that are now in flower.