What plants and vegetables should you plant now to make the most of the weather
Plant fruit and vegetables in March
Although many plant their peas later in the spring, starting them in March is perfectly fine.
Simply sow the peas outdoors or in a cold frame.
Once they’ve grown big enough to handle, move them to their last location.
Usually carrots are not planted until April, but if you want an early harvest in June, plant them at the end of March.
If your soil is rocky, opt for shorter varieties like Chantenay, as you can end up with split roots.
Flowers for planting in March
Bare root roses are usually planted during their dormant season.
March is the last opportunity to plant them before spring wakes them up.
Bare root roses are usually cheaper than potted roses and develop quickly if you plant them now.
Wildflowers are super easy when it comes to making your garden pet friendly.
They grow fast, are easy to care for, and are a great way to suppress weeds.
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