Seasonal Planting For Garden

Aug 31, 2012

   A basic rule for gardening is to begin planting your garden at a time when winter entirely passes. Early spring is always the best time to plant because plants start blooming once more as the sun becomes more prominent. Gardening during the spring season also gives your plants plenty of time to get sunshine throughout the spring and early summer. If you are growing plants that need plenty of sunlight, then gardening the moment spring begins is a great way to get a head start on the gardening season. If you are growing plant foods, you may have fresh foods by the end of summer since some veggies only need a few moments to bloom fully.

If you are unsure about the proper time to start planting, you may want to consider the frost on the ground during the morning. If you wake up in the morning and there is a light frost residue on grass and plants, raising a new garden will not be appropriate. When cultivating plants, you don’t want any layer of frost weighing them down, especially for new fragile plants and need essential nutrients and sunlight to thrive. During frost seasons, the sunlight is often blocked out by clouds, making it harder for you to grow the plants you love. There are alternatives in the form of growing indoor plants. You can grow indoor plants in the winter, so they are not affected by the cold weather. You can even grow potted plants indoors, and once the warm season begins, they are ready for transport to the ground. If you want to grow plants from scratch, then you can nurture seeds indoors before spring arrives. That gives you a good start, and your nurtured seeds will be ready for planting just in time for spring.