Start pruning your azaleas once they have fully bloomed - a rule of thumb for all flowers. Be sure to clean up only the rough spots in azaleas, though, as next year's growth comes from the plant's new flowers.
Once frost becomes a thing of the past, use a complete fertilizer - one that contains nitrogen, potassium and phosphorous - to start prepping your lawn for the spring. While this season was particularly dreadful, with below-40 temperatures for weeks at a time, things will regrow; it just might take a little longer than expected.
March also is the time to start mowing your lawn more as things begin to bounce back from winter weather.
Author:Victor DeFrisco Phone: 561-951-3759 Dated: March 5th 2016 Views: 183 About Victor: ...
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