Although Spring is still about three weeks away, recent temperatures have made it feel as if it has already arrived.
In my garden, I have daffodils and tulips sprouting from the soil. Aspen catkins, the fuzzy buds, are a definitive sign of spring in Western Wyoming.
How to get ready?
If it gets real cold, down into the 20s at night, it can affect early spring bulbs, like daffodils, irises, and tulips. The best thing a gardener can do under the circumstance is to leave a lot of leaf debris about their plants. It's not time to for clean-up.
Ornamental grass should be cut back now in preparation of spring
The planting season for gardens begins following the last frost of the season - usually late May and as late as mid-June. As the snow melts this is the time to pick up sticks, apply treatments to mitigate vole damage, and turn your compost pile.
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