After the Frost: The Optimum Time to Plant in the Spring
Spring planting is an event many people look forward to each year. After a long winter, being outside and enjoying the process of planting is refreshing. In order to produce successful crops and flowers, it is important to plant seeds at the optimum time. While some early days of spring can be warm and inviting in some locations, there may still be a danger of frost.
Once the last frost of the year has passed, it is less risky to begin planting outdoors. If you are impatient, consider starting seeds indoors ahead of time. For outdoor planting, follow the recommended seed planting times as directed on the seed packaging based on your location. Happy planting!