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5 Tips for Planning Your Perfect Spring Garden


Woman planting a garden
Planting a Spring garden

Image by Richard Duijnstee from Pixabay


It might still be cold outside but it's not too early to start thinking about your Spring garden. Whether you're planting flowers, shrubs, trees, fruits or vegetables, it will soon be time to get your hands dirty and start planting.


How to Create a Great Spring Garden

  1. Plan Your Garden Layout: Before you start planting, plan the layout of your garden. Consider factors such as sunlight exposure, soil quality, and the mature size of plants. This will help you make the best use of space and ensure your plants thrive.

  2. Choose the Right Plants: Select plants that are well-suited to your climate and soil conditions. Consider the blooming times, colors, and sizes of plants to create a visually appealing and balanced garden. Native plants are often a good choice as they are adapted to the local environment and climate.

  3. Prepare the Soil: Good soil is essential for a healthy garden. Work on improving soil fertility by adding compost or organic matter if needed. Proper soil preparation sets the foundation for robust plant growth.

  4. Provide Adequate Watering: Watering is crucial, especially in the spring when plants are actively growing. Be consistent with watering, and ensure that each plant receives the appropriate amount. Consider using a drip irrigation system to deliver water directly to the roots.

  5. Mulch and Weed Control: Apply a layer of natural mulch around your plants to conserve moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature. Regularly check for and remove weeds that compete with your plants for nutrients and water.

Remember to adapt these tips based on your specific location and the plants you choose. And, call us at (520) 546-2994 for help with designing, choosing, and planting your Spring garden. Happy gardening!


Author Deborah Munoz-Chacon, Certified Arborist

Sonoran Oasis Landscaping


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