Gardeners are creatures of habit—we find the plants that work for us, and we stick with them year after year. Yet the garden center is filled with hundreds of varieties, so why not explore a bit more of the plant kingdom’s enormous diversity? On a practical note, you might find that pest problems are reduced when you try a few new varieties each year. And in terms of visual beauty and adding interest to your yard, you’ll open up new windows of possibility that you never dreamed of before.
What to Plant in March
Eager to get your hands back in the soil? This guide highlights what to plant in March, including veggies, flowers, shrubs, and trees.