Transitioning Your Garden from Winter to Spring

Gardening is such a great way to get outside, enjoy the fresh air, and brighten up your home! If you are looking for ways to transition your garden from winter to spring, California Certified Nursery Professional Kathie Wickham has lots of helpful tips for plants to consider using in your garden to cultivate beautiful landscaping. Continue reading to learn about Kathie’s tried and true methods for transitioning your garden!


Let’s look at the next few months and see what garden chores lie ahead…

JANUARY may drop a few degrees, and this month is the perfect time to plant “bareroot” roses and fruit trees. These plants are sold wrapped without soil, so it is important to get them in the ground quickly. The selection will be good, and the bareroot prices will be cheaper than potted plants. A few prolific fruit tree winners are Babcock Peaches, Santa Rosa Plums, and Goldkist Apricots.