With spring just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about getting your gardens ready for the season.
Brian Keith, operation supervisor at Fellows Riverside Gardens, said now is a good time to begin prepping your outdoor areas. This includes cleaning up garden beds, leaves, sticks and any debris that’s been sitting over winter.
It’s also a good time to start preparing and decompacting soil and mixing in compost, but certain kinds may be better than others.
“Organic compost. A lot of suppliers around here carry what’s called leaf compost, stuff like that. That’s one of the best things you can till into your soil, especially if you are doing a vegetable garden,” Keith said.
He says it’s still too cold to plant outside, but some vegetables can be planted indoors now and transplanted later.
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