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Get your spring garden in shape with these must-do March tips. By Doug Jimerson Plant Annual Flowers in March Gardens By the end March, gardeners in frost-free regions can begin planting warm-season annuals such as angelonia, wax begonia, and zinnia.

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Northern gardeners can start setting out cool-season favorites such as pansy, osteospermum, and alyssum. Cover the plants if an unexpected cold snap threatens. These include peony, lily, Oriental poppy, and bearded iris. Tip: March is also a good time to escort spanish houseplants that might have grown leggy over the winter.

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Then set the plant into the soil at the same height it was growing in its nursery pot. Use a sharp spade to dig and lift the clumps and break them into smaller sections with a large garden knife. Plant Trees and Shrubs in March Early spring, when the weather is cool and moist, is a great time to add looking for garden work and shrubs lolking your lookibg.

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Also, if the roots are growing in a tight ball, loosen them to encourage new growth. Plant Berries in March Gardens Strawberries and raspberries prefer an early spring start in your garden. Cover your plants at night if it drops below freezing. Dig and Divide Perennials in March Looking for garden work Perennials such as hosta, chrysanthemum, and daylily can be dug and divided as soon as they break dormancy.

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Repot Houseplants March is a perfect time to give indoor plants a new lease on life by transplanting them into a larger pot with fresh soil. Get your spring garden in shape with these must-do March tips.

Dig a hole slightly wider than the root ball of your plant.