What to do in the garden in March


Get Going In Your Garden In March

As the weather starts to improve getting out into the garden is much easier and there has never been a better time than in March. Things you can do through March include:-

  • Consider moving deciduous trees or shrubs, now is the time to do it provided the soil is not frozen or waterlogged.
  • Now is the time to feed trees, shrubs and hedges with a good¬†slow-release fertiliser by lightly forking it into the soil surface.
  • Why not plant some¬†summer-flowering bulbs such as Lilies and Ranunculus or Gladioli into beds, borders or containers.
  • Plant out any forced flower bulbs in the garden, such as hyacinths and daffodils which have finished flowering indoors.
  • Plant snowdrops in the green to brighten up your winter garden next year.
  • Vegetables to sow in March include
    • Tomatoes
    • Cabbages
    • Cucumber
    • Carrots
    • Onions
    • Broad beans
    • Aubergines
    • And more