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Spring is such a wonderful time of year. We’re outside more and enjoying it, whether we’re sitting on the porch or tramping through the woods. The best part of spring to me is that I can get back in the gardens.
Right now, it’s too early to get into the still wet vegetable garden. I can however get into my perennial flower beds and do a cleanup. This is great, because later in the season, I usually have no time at all to work in the flowerbeds.
If you enjoy the sight of beautiful healthy flowers in your garden you may want to look at supplementing your perennials and shrubs with organic fertilizer.
My perennial beds need a tune up this spring as they have been in place for many years now. Since I want to stay with organic soil, I am looking to amend with something like this.
I would much rather use the organic products than use the dreaded conventional garden pesticides.
Pesticides are terribly unhealthy for humans, animals and soil and they have no place in our gardens.
How will your garden grow this year? Are you going to plant flowers, food or both?
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