Flowering In: March

March heralds the official arrival of spring, prompting gardeners to intensify their efforts for a bountiful growing season. It's an opportune time to resume outdoor pruning tasks, shaping trees and shrubs before they enter their active growth phase. March also signifies the beginning of lawn care, with activities such as aerating, fertilizing, and overseeding for a lush and healthy lawn. As temperatures rise, gardeners can transplant seedlings started indoors into the garden, allowing them to acclimate gradually to the outdoor environment. The garden palette comes alive with the emergence of blooming plants in March. Early spring-flowering bulbs, such as tulips, daffodils, and hyacinths, paint the landscape with vibrant hues, announcing the end of winter's dormancy. Forsythia and cherry blossoms add to the floral spectacle, ushering in a season of renewal and growth in the garden. Engaging in these activities ensures that the garden is poised for a vibrant and productive springtime display.