All year-long, we’re featuring tips and tasks for successful gardening in the Sunshine State – and the month of March is all about replacing and fertilizing.
Annuals: Replace declining winter annuals with varieties such as angelonia, gazania, and salvia that will provide color now and into the summer months. See: Gardening with Annuals in Florida
Fertilize: palms and any other ornamentals not fertilized last month. See: Fertilization and Irrigation Needs for Florida Lawns and Landscapes, Soil Test Information Sheet, Fertilization of Field-grown and Landscape Palms in Florida
For expanded words of gardening wisdom, visit LifestylesAfter50.com where you can download a free copy of our “Florida Gardening Guide” calendar and follow along online for more detailed tips every month.