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What are your spring gardening plans?

Tearing up the lawn? Do you plant edible plants? Are you starting from scratch? Let us know what you plan to change in your garden this year

When spring comes, there’s nothing we want to do more than go outside. As temperatures rise and days lengthen, reminders of renewal and rebirth are everywhere, from elaborate nests perched high in trees to the first buds emerging from shrubs.

With much of the country covered in snow and the official start of spring still more than a month and a half away, it could be a long time before home gardeners get out and start digging. But it’s never too early to start planning. I’d love to hear what you want to do when it’s time to get out there again.

Homeowners: Whether you’re a first-time gardener, have years of experience, or are just doing a complete overhaul or minor replacement, let us know how you’d like to improve your garden this spring. Please share your tips and ideas in the comments below.

Experts: What garden or outdoor projects are you working on this spring? Upload a photo in the comments and tell us what your customers are asking for this year.

Are you planning to grow your own food this year? You may have already been gardening with edible plants for a few seasons and would like to expand your garden or try out different varieties.

Landscape expert transformed his backyard lawn in (Add Place Name) into an edible oasis after realizing how much he was spending on organic produce. After researching growing organic fruits and vegetables, he implemented his own no-dig gardening methods on a 15-by-9-foot plot and is now self-sufficient by growing all the organic produce he needs.


Tell us: Are you planning on growing any food crops this year? Maybe you are planning to build a raised bed or add more containers to your balcony? Please share your edible gardening plans and photos in the comments below.

Are you rethinking your planting palette to better suit your climate, whether it’s low-maintenance native species or well-adapted, non-invasive exotics?

The outdoor living space in (Add Place Name) backyard is surrounded by low-maintenance, low- water plants. Permeable decomposed granite walkways and spaced pavers reduce storm water runoff, creating spaces that are not only comfortable and inviting, but also resilient.

Your turn: Are you rethinking what you grow in your area? Let us know your ideas and plans for a more resilient garden in the comments below.

Or is this year a new beginning? Maybe you’re planning to deal with a corner lot that’s been neglected or abandoned for years, or maybe you’ve recently moved and are looking to make the outdoor space your own.

Tell us: If you’re a first-time gardener or homeowner starting from scratch, what are your garden goals for this year? Let me know in the comments or let me know what you’re working on.

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