Garden Calendar for April

From the UMN Extension Yard and Garden News:

... There is still time to start seeds of fast growing warm season flower and vegetable species indoors for outdoor transplanting after danger of frost. These plants include: cosmos, marigolds, tomatoes, and zinnias. Cold hardy annuals can be direct seeded in the garden during April and include: calendula, sweet peas, peas, and larkspur. Cold hardy annual transplants we have started ourselves or purchased from the garden center can also be planted and include vegetables like cole crops (broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, etc.) and flowers like pansies, snapdragons, and stocks. ...

Always filled with interesting garden info, this month's Yard and Garden News also contains a story on Early Spring Lawn Care Tips, which seems to say it is still too early to be out cleaning up the lawn!


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