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Acclimating Plants Outdoors
by Matt Kostelnick

Taking plants outdoors in the spring time is a breath of fresh air for your plants.
Early Spring Crops
by Chicago Botanic Garden, The Smart Gardener

Even plants that start sprouting in cool soil will sprout more enthusiastically when it gets a bit warmer.
Landscape Trees Ready for Springtime Snack
by Sharon Omahen, UGA

Whether your landscape has fruit trees, shade trees, ornamentals or a blend, a University of Georgia expert says now is the time to fertilize.
Spring Is Repot Time for Most Houseplants
by Kansas State Research and Extension

All plants respond to spring's longer days including those living indoors. The resulting growth spurt is why most houseplants need to be repotted annually. And, spring is when that usually occurs.
Resist Spring Fever in the Vegetable Garden
by Dan Rahn

There isn't a vaccine for spring fever. But if you develop a little resistance of your own, experts say you'll prevent some problems when sunny days start drawing you toward your garden.

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