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March Gardening To-Do List:



  • Start sowing hardy annuals indoors for early spring blooms.
  • Prune late-flowering clematis back to healthy buds, about 30cm above ground level.
  • Check winter-flowering shrubs and trim back if necessary after flowering.
  • Remove dead and decaying foliage from around emerging spring bulbs.
  • Plan and order summer-flowering bulbs and seeds for planting.

Fruit and Vegetables:

  • Begin chitting early potatoes indoors to encourage sprouting before planting.
  • Prune raspberry canes, removing any weak or damaged growth.
  • Inspect stored fruits and vegetables, discarding any showing signs of spoilage.
  • Order vegetable seeds for the upcoming growing season.
  • If soil conditions allow, prepare vegetable beds by adding compost and turning the soil.


  • Sow early tomatoes, peppers, and aubergines indoors for later transplanting.
  • Check overwintering plants for pests and diseases, taking necessary action.
  • Start feeding citrus plants as they come into growth.

Garden Maintenance:

  • Continue providing food and water for birds, especially during colder weather.
  • Repair any damaged garden structures, such as fences or trellises.
  • Begin planning and sketching out any changes or additions to the garden layout for the upcoming season.
  • Check garden tools and equipment for maintenance needs, sharpen blades, and oil moving parts.


  • Monitor weather forecasts and protect tender plants in case of late frosts.
  • Start thinking about and planning any early spring projects, such as creating new flower beds or installing garden features.