Spring Planting Guide

Spring heralds the rejuvenation of nature, and your garden should echo this vibrant season. In this guide, discover what to plant and when to ensure your garden bursts forth with colors and yields a bounty.

Early Spring: March to April

As the last frost bows out, seize the moment to plant cool-season crops like peas, lettuce, and spinach. These resilient plants thrive in the milder temperatures, establishing robust roots before the summer heat sets in.

Mid-Spring: May to June

With days lengthening and temperatures rising, transition to warm-season vegetables and flowers. Plant tomatoes, peppers, and basil, and watch as perennials like roses and daisies unfold in a symphony of hues.

Late Spring: June to July

Before the heat peaks, finalize your planting with heat-loving crops such as cucumbers, zucchini, and sunflowers. Remember to mulch to conserve moisture and suppress weeds.