Well I’m sporting the first sunburn of the year right now! That has to mean the outdoor gardening season has started, right?
April is a month of direct sowing, first harvests, fast, noticeable plant growth, perennial beginnings and tons of blossoms. It’s the first month of the year that reliably says spring is here. For many of us dedicated gardeners, April is like a gift from Mama Nature: we get to shake those indoor cobwebs off and get out there in soil that’s finally warmed enough to not freeze our fingers off.
This is a month of hope and beginnings, it’s an easy month to love. Here’s what you should be doing this April in your maritime Northwest garden.
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