Tips for what to plant in spring garden

Written by Joy

Dec 28 2020

Tips for what to plant in spring garden

With a happy mood, let's take a look at the plants that are suitable for planting in a small garden in spring. It is halfway through September, the traces of spring are already in sight. As the weather gets warmer and warmer, plants have to plan for the arrival of spring. Of course, lovely plants in spring gardens are so cute! You must choose what you like to fulfill the most sense of accomplishment.As the temperature warms up day by day, do you  want to play with flowers and plants eager to try? So what to plant in the spring garden?

what to plant in spring garden

Spring ploughing, summer harvest, autumn harvest, winter storage, spring is the most suitable season of the year for planting, such as flowers, fruit trees, vegetables and plants. But which kind of flowers and plants you should grow in your garden depends on the soil conditions and climate of your residence. It is very important to adapt measures to local conditions in countries with large differences in climate between north and south like New Zealand.

Prepare the soil

Before planting, you'd better dig up the soil and mix it with fertilizer so that the plants can take in the nutrients necessary for growth. Also, you should water the soil thoroughly. Then it's a good choice to sprinkle a layer of about 10cm on the surface of the flowerbed to help retain moisture.

The most popular flower in spring

Petunias, snapdragons, Snapdragons, Marigolds, Geraniums, Gardenias, Alyssum, Begonias, Cosmos), Sunflower (Portulacas), Impatiens, Giant Sunflowers.

Fruits and vegetables and herbs 

The fruits and vegetables grown in the garden depends on the climatic conditions of the area where you live.

Warm areas-in areas

Warm areas-in areas where there is no frost, or where frost occurs occasionally, thay have a great number of choices about fruits and vegetables.

Fruits and vegetables suitable for planting are: Passionfruit, Passionfruit, Avocado, Banana, Citrus, Macadamia, Rocket, Silverbeet, Spring onion, Lettuce, Zucchini, Pumpkin, Leek, Pepper (Capsicum), Cucumber, Eggplant, Tomato.

Coriander (Parsley), Sweet basil, Dill, Coriander, Mint, Marjoram, Catnip, Thyme.

Cool or cold regions

These places have been in low temperature for a long time, such as parts of the South Island of New Zealand.

Fruits and vegetables suitable for planting are strawberry, Leek, Onion, Parsnip, Radish, Spinach, Sweet corn, Beetroot, Tomatoes , Peas , chard (Silverbeet), lettuce, banana green cabbage /kohlrabi (Swede), turnip, cucumber and so on.

Herbs suitable for planting in spring gardens are: Basil, Chives, Coriander, Dill, Mint, Oregano, Parsley, Sage, Thyme.

Temperate zone-an area

Areas with occasional frost, most of the South Island of New Zealand belongs to the temperate zone.

Fruits and vegetables suitable for planting in spring garden: Blueberries, Passionfruit, Paw paw, Bananas, Citrus, Olives, Spring onion, Artichoke, Celery, Silverbeet, Lettuce, Leek, Climbing beans, Sweet corn, Tomato, Carrot, Cherry radish.

Herbs suitable for planting: Chives, Parsley, Catnip, Sage, Oregano, Rosemary, Thyme Marjoram.

This weekend, why not roll up your trouser legs and be a happy gardener?