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The soil is starting to get warmer, so it is time to fertilizer your pansies. Now is also a good time to prune your shrubs and plant some radishes, cauliflower, and other veggies.

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MARCH Week 1

Start seed of tomatoes and annual flowers indoors. You’ll need six weeks to grow strong transplants.

Prune boxwood – but not with shears. Use a hand pruner to make foliage “holes” in the greenery so light can penetrate to the trunk.

Cut most of the green foliage off of tattered liriope. A mower, set to its highest setting, is the best tool for large areas.

Prepare spots where you intend to sod by first killing all weeds present. Use glyphosate (Roundup) or glufosinate (Finale).

Divide over-wintered baskets of Boston fern into four sections. Plant new hanging baskets using two sections of fern in each.

Clean up Bermuda

It is safe to plant tomatoes, peppers and eggplant in your garden now that the soil is warm.

Time to start moving your houseplants outdoors gradually. April winds will keep your wind chimes tinkling. And, make sure to plant your Easter lilies outdoors so everyone can enjoy them for the holiday.

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