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April Gardening To-Do List:


  1. Sow tender annuals indoors for later transplanting into the garden.
  2. Deadhead early-flowering bulbs to promote healthy growth and prevent seeding.
  3. Divide and replant overcrowded perennials for better growth and vigor.
  4. Plant summer-flowering bulbs and tubers like dahlias and gladioli.
  5. Mulch flower beds to retain moisture and suppress weeds.

Fruit and Vegetables:

  1. Plant early-season vegetables like lettuce, radishes, and peas directly into the garden.
  2. Thin out seedlings in rows to allow proper spacing and encourage stronger growth.
  3. Begin hardening off indoor seedlings before transplanting them outdoors.
  4. Start fertilizing fruit trees and bushes as they begin active growth.
  5. Monitor for signs of pests and diseases, and take appropriate action.


  1. Sow warm-season crops like cucumbers, squash, and melons indoors for later transplanting.
  2. Ventilate the greenhouse on warmer days to prevent overheating.
  3. Water seedlings and young plants regularly, ensuring consistent moisture levels.

Garden Maintenance:

  1. Edge lawn borders for a neat appearance and to prevent grass from encroaching into flower beds.
  2. Prune spring-flowering shrubs once they finish blooming.
  3. Maintain compost bins, turning the compost regularly to aerate and speed up decomposition.
  4. Keep bird feeders clean and well-stocked to attract and support local bird populations.


  1. Keep an eye on weather forecasts for unexpected frosts and protect tender plants accordingly.
  2. Incorporate organic matter into garden beds to improve soil structure and fertility.
  3. Consider installing rain barrels or other water-saving devices to collect rainwater for garden use.
  4. Enjoy the spring blooms and the emergence of new growth in the garden!