Tips For Spring Gardening Shopping
These days the “Garden Centers” and “Garden Stores” across the world are brimming over with lovely and colorful annuals.Many of the annuals and plants can be planted outside as well . It is important for you to know that the heat-loving annuals will need to be shuttled in and out until temperatures stay above 50 degrees at night. Those that can be transplanted safely now include pansies, stock, nemesia, diascia, Marguerite daisies, African daisies, snapdragons, dusty miller and ornamental kale.
For the purposes of indoor gardening you may consider some cheerful plants for your desk or window, such as brilliant Easter cactus, azaleas or orchids.
It is also the good time for stocking up the garden gadgets and gardening tools that will help you garden more efficiently. A new trowel, dandelion digger or watering wand may be just what you need. Look for sturdy new gardening gloves. Leather ones are ideal for rose lovers. For general use, the new gloves made from bamboo fiber are durable and wick moisture away from your skin. Add a matching sun bonnet, scarf, apron or garden shoes to complete your gardening ensemble.
Spring is also a good season to consider decorative plants and other decorative items for your patio or porch such as cushions, wreaths, pots, vases and bowls. Trendy colors for the season include pink, turquoise and spring green.
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