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Welcome spring with a burst of life in your garden. Uncover what to plant and when in this guide to ensure your garden thrives with vibrant colors and a rich harvest.

Early Spring: March to April

As the final frost retreats, take advantage of the mild temperatures to sow cool-season crops like peas, lettuce, and spinach. These hardy plants establish strong roots before the summer heat arrives.

Mid-Spring: May to June

With longer days and rising temperatures, shift to warm-season vegetables and flowers. Plant tomatoes, peppers, and basil, and enjoy the blossoming of perennials like roses and daisies in a spectrum of colors.

Late Spring: June to July

Before the summer heat peaks, complete your planting with heat-loving crops such as cucumbers, zucchini, and sunflowers. Mulch around your plants for moisture retention and weed control.

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