by Lee Wyatt
(last updated July 31, 2017)
Spring time has long been the traditional time to begin planting for they year. Unfortunately since it is the traditional time to begin planting, most people wait until the arrival of spring weather to actually do some planning for the new garden. The thing is, it is never too late or early to begin planning your spring garden. In fact, it could be said to begin the process of planning your next garden as soon as you have finished planning your last one. This way, you can modify your plans as you go and you will have a better idea of what will work and what wont.
To help out with your planning needs, here are a few guidelines. Carefully consider these factors as you make your plans. Remember, these are guidelines only. Despite what many people would like to think, there are really very few hard and fast rules when it comes to gardening. In the end, you will need to do what is best for your particular garden yourself, and you are the only one who will be able to make that decision.
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