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March gardening, annual garden design
April Gardening To Do List

December gardening

Zone 1

  • Finish planting bare-root trees, shrubs, roses
  • Prune roses, then apply dormant spray
  • Apply dormant spray to trees and shrubs before they leaf out
  • Spade or till garden beds as soon as the soil is workable
  • Divide summer- and fall-blooming perennials
  • Feed evergreens, fruit tres, ahrubs, and lawns
  • Sow seeds of cool-season vegetables
  • Sow seeds of hardy perennials outdoors after heavy freezes have passed
  • Order summer-flowering bulbs (canna, calla, dahlia, gladiolus, elephant ear)

Zone 2

  • Sow seeds of warm-season annuals indoors
  • Water cymbidiums weekly until they bloom
  • Feed cool-season lawns
  • Sow seeds for cool-weather vegetables
  • Sow frost-tolerant perennials indoors
  • Divide and replant summer- and fall-blooming perennials
  • Plant bare-root and container roses
  • Prune roses (when temperatures are above freezing)

Zone 3

  • Sow seeds of warm-season annuals indoors
  • Water cymbidiums weekly until they bloom
  • Plant seedlings of cool-weather vegetables
  • Sow frost-tolerant perennials indoors
  • Sow seeds for frost-tolerant perennials
  • Sow seeds for tender perennials
  • Divide and replant summer- and fall-blooming perennials
  • Plant bare-root and container roses
  • Uncover roses for spring and apply dormant spray
  • Plant balled-and-burlapped, container, and bare-root shrubs and vines
  • Plant summer-blooming shrubs and vines
  • Plant frost-tolerant trees

Zone 4

  • Set out cool-season annuals
  • Sow seeds of warm-season annuals
  • Set out summer-flowering bulbs
  • Plant fall-blooming bulbs
  • Plant balled-and-burlapped, container, and bare-root fruit trees
  • Apply dormant spray to fruit trees before buds swell
  • Spray apples, peaches, and pears that have been affected with canker problems
  • Plant, feed, and aerate cool-season lawns and loosen thatch
  • Plant bare-root perennial vegetables
  • Plant seedlings of cool-weather vegetables
  • Sow fast-growing warm-season vegetables
  • Sow seeds for frost-tolerant perennials
  • Plant container and bare-root roses
  • Uncover roses for spring and apply dormant spray
  • Plant balled-and-burlapped, container, and bare-root trees, shrubs and vines
  • Apply dormant spray to trees, shrubs, and vines
  • Plant summer-blooming shrubs and vines
  • Plant frost-tolerant trees
  • Plant needle-leafed evergreens

Zone 5

  • Set out cool-season annuals
  • Sow seeds of warm-season annuals
  • Set out summer-flowering bulbs
  • Plant fall-blooming bulbs
  • Plant balled-and-burlapped, container, and bare-root fruit trees
  • Apply dormant spray to fruit trees before buds swell
  • Spray apples, peaches, and pears that have been affected with canker problems
  • Plant cool- and warm-season lawns
  • Plant bare-root perennial vegetables
  • Plant seedlings of cool-weather vegetables
  • Sow fast-growing warm-season vegetables
  • Sow seeds for frost-tolerant perennials
  • Sow seeds for tender perennials
  • Plant container and bare-root roses
  • Uncover roses for spring and apply dormant spray
  • Plant balled-and-burlapped, container, and bare-root trees, shrubs, and vines
  • Apply dormant spray to trees, shrubs, and vines
  • Plant summer-blooming shrubs and vines
  • Plant frost-tolerant trees
  • Plant needle-leafed evergreens

Zone 6

  • Set out cool-season annuals
  • Set out seedlings of warm-season annuals
  • Set out summer-flowering bulbs
  • Plant fall-blooming bulbs
  • Divide and replant crowded winter- and spring-blooming bulbs after leaves yellow
  • Plant balled-and-burlapped, container, and bare-root fruit trees
  • Spray apples, peaches, and pears that have been affected with canker problems
  • Plant permanent ground covers
  • Plant and aerate lawns and loosen thatch
  • Plant bare-root perennial vegetables
  • Plant seedlings of cool-weather vegetables
  • Sow fast-growing warm-season vegetables
  • Sow seeds for frost-tolerant perennials
  • Sow seeds for tender perennials
  • Divide and replant spring-blooming perennials after bloom
  • Plant container and bare-root roses
  • Uncover roses for spring and apply dormant spray
  • Plant balled-and-burlapped, container, and bare-root trees, shrubs, and vines
  • Apply dormant spray to trees, shrubs, and vines
  • Plant tender shrubs and vines
  • Plant summer-blooming shrubs and vines
  • Plant frost-tolerant trees
  • Plant needle-leafed evergreens

Zone 7

 

  • Prune winter-flowering shrubs and vines after bloom
  • Plant summer- and fall-flowering bulbs
  • Spray for peach leaf curl, peach leaf blight, and canker
  • Plant permanent ground covers
  • Plant or repair lawns
  • Plant ornamental grasses
  • Plant bare-root and container roses
  • Plant or transplant warm-season annuals
  • Plant fruit trees
  • Spray dormant fruit trees
  • Prune frost-sensitive fruit trees
  • Feed houseplants that are growing or blooming
  • Plant heat-loving perennials
  • Uncover roses and apply dormant spray
  • Plant ornamental and evergreen trees, shrubs, and vines
  • Apply dormant spray to trees, shrubs, and vines
  • Prune spring-flowering or tender shrubs and vines during or just after bloom
  • Plant vegetable seedlings

Zone 8

  • Set out annuals
  • Plant summer-flowering bulbs
  • Plant balled-and-burlapped and container fruit trees
  • Prune frost-sensitive fruit trees
  • Spray for peach leaf curl, peach leaf blight, and canker
  • Feed houseplants that are growing or blooming
  • Plant or repair lawns
  • Plant ornamental grasses
  • Plant fall-blooming perennials
  • Prune tender deciduous shrubs and vines
  • Prune spring-flowering shrubs and vines during or just after bloom
  • Prune flowering fruit trees during or just after bloom
  • Sow seeds for warm-season vegetables
  • Plant seedlings of warm-season vegetables

Zone 9

  • Sow seeds of warm-season annuals
  • Plant fall-flowering bulbs
  • Feed and water cacti or succulents that are blooming or actively growing
  • Repot cacti and succulents, if essential, once they have finished blooming
  • Prune deciduous and frost-sensitive fruit trees (when temperatures are above freezing)
  • Spray for peach leaf curl, peach leaf blight, and canker
  • Feed houseplants that are growing or blooming
  • Repair or plant lawns
  • Plant tender and heat-loving perennials
  • Prune spring-flowering shrubs and vines during or just after bloom
  • Sow seeds for warm-season vegetables
  • Transplant warm-season vegetable seedlings

Zone 10

  • Plant annuals for summer color
  • Plant fall-blooming bulbs
  • Feed and water cacti and succulents that are growing or blooming
  • Spray for peach leaf curl, peach leaf blight, and canker
  • Feed houseplants that are growing or blooming
  • Prune spring-flowering shrubs and vines during or just after bloom
  • Transplant warm-season vegetable seedlings

Zone 11

  • Sow seeds of summer annuals outdoors or indoors
  • Feed and water cacti and succulents as they start growth
  • Set out peppers, tomatoes, eggplant
  • Set out plants of summer annuals
  • Feed and water lawns as growth accelerates
  • Feed and groom house plants as growth recommences
  • Plant gladiolus and dahlias
  • Divide overgrown fall-blooming perennial clumps
  • Clear away scrub growth for fire protection
  • Cut back gift chrysanthemums and transplant to garden. Break into individual plants

 

 

 


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