Gardening in March brings fair-weather gardeners out of hibernation. Mid-March is usually the start of the spring season, providing opportunities for more varied gardening work with the increasing number of days of sunshine.
Gardening in March has a great amount of garden work to be done. It is an extremely busy month in the garden, so if we do some things now we’ll be able to get a major head start on the upcoming garden work.
Feel like it’s too early for you to think about gardening in March? Not even close, because it is the prime time for planting in March. There are many cool-weather veggies made for earlier spring weather that can withstand the cool, early days of spring.