Spring is the perfect time to give some tender loving care to your garden. There are many good early spring gardening tips to help you have the garden of your dreams.

You can bring your entire family in on the fun and teach them about spring plants and flowers while spending quality time together. To get started, just pick out your favourite plants and flowers and prepare to create something beautiful.

Before you begin, take a good look around your yard, imagine what you want your space to look like.

If you have outdoor furniture, think about where you are going to want to put it. When it comes to your spring flower garden, pick out the perfect spot for it based on the size of your yard and the types of flowers and plants you are going to be using. You want to choose a space that is going to get enough sunlight for your flowers, you also want to choose an optimal space in your yard so that your garden can be seen well.

If you are just planting flowers in the space that you used last year, be sure to clean out the garden well before planting new items.

There are many backyard garden ideas that you can enjoy using. You may want to add a bird bath or even a small waterfall to your backyard landscape that blends in with your flower garden. You can incorporate a unique statue and all sorts of other fun ideas into your garden scene.

Many flowers and plants can be used to add more privacy and tranquility to your backyard retreat.

Gardening maintenance is very important. Once you plant your flowers, you want to make sure that they get enough water to grow and flourish. You should also watch out for weeds. By taking care of your garden on a regular basis, you can enjoy seeing the results of your labour. A lovely garden can help to enhance the look of any home.

There are many garden tricks that people use on a regular basis. It is important to prune trees and shrubs as needed so that everything grows and blooms to its full potential. You can synchronise your pruning in the early spring for many shrubs and trees before new growth has begun.

Your garden is going to be unique. When you put your time and effort into creating a beautiful piece of nature, you can be proud to show it off. Spring gardening is a fun activity for all ages.

Have you planned your spring planting yet? Please share in the comments below.

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  • My vegie garden well on it’s way for good produce soon. Thanks for your post and tips.


  • We have begun the veggies and herbs.


  • I’m planning on growing strawberries, tomatoes and basil this year


  • My day in the garden starts tomorrow. 25 temperature beautiful plants around. I have purchased new pots so my garden daunts begin.


  • Bit too cold and wet at the moment to do anything. Can’t even mow the lawn as the ground is so wet. Once spring does finally hit I’m going to get some new plants to put on my new front deck.


  • I’m a renter and have to maintain the garden but can’t do anything to it. SUCKS!


  • I must admit, I love people’s spring gardens, just not my own. I’m not a gardener. I love creating a to-do list for hubby to do, and to be involved in the selection process, etc. I’m just not a gardener. I don’t think to water. It’s just another thing on the list of things to do. We have a low-maintenance garden that hubby is good with, but anything I come in contact with dies. I do love the smell of freshly mown lawns in spring though.


  • Finding spring a time of rejuvenation, enjoying the garden’s new growth and air of opportunity to create something beautiful


  • I know spring has hit when my rock orchids bloom and they are in bloom now.
    Thanks so much for your article.


  • I love Spring and nature blossoms so wonderful this time of the year.


  • Spring just finished a few months ago, but we did enjoy planting basil, rosemary, mint and sage! Next spring I plan to plant some new marjoram.


  • I love gardening. So rewarding


  • I love gardening, even if I’m not very good at it. I’m now starting to plant sunflowers. They bring a nice touch to the garden! :-)


  • If you plsnted vegies in Autumn you usually feel a sense of achievement when you pick them in Spring. In Spring the soil starts to warm up and the weather does the same. You can plant vegies you want to harvest during Summer – possibly in time for Christmas. Some are best if you use seeds, others you are better off to buy seedlings. Follow the instructions when plantying them for best results.


  • we love being out in the garden in spring. Such a wonderful time of the year


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