By Tim Kowols
Nicer weather is bringing gardeners outside to prepare for a hopeful fruitful harvest. According to the Farmer’s Almanac, gardeners should be beginning to plant the first vegetables of the season outside or transferring some plants in need of a head start inside. Jessica Markham from Anchor’s Away Garden and Gifts says working the ground first is important.
Markham says overnight frosts should be a thing of the past but advises gardners to keep a close eye on the weather to make sure you do not have to cover or bring in plants to protect them.