Are you ready for the next growing season? Get prepared early with these must-have spring garden supplies.
Every year, I like to look back and re-evaluate my garden needs for the next growing season.
What my top spring garden supplies were in my former home, will look a bit different this year.
Because my new gardens are different.
They are more expansive and I’m not sure what’s going to come up yet.
I am planning to start a new cottage garden this year much like my previous gardens.
And I discovered some great new gadgets, grew some different plants, and experienced some pest problems that I learned from and will be better prepared to tackle this year.
Check out what I’m stocking up on for the next growing season.
And it’s only a few weeks away!
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My Must-Have Spring Garden Supplies
Spring gardening season is just around the corner. Are you ready yet? I cannot wait to get started.
This comprehensive list of tools and supplies will cover you from seed starting through fall. Some things to take note of:
Random Thoughts About This Must-Have Garden Supply List
- The grow-through hoops are something that I buy more of every year. I love having them on hand for plants that need additional support. And it always seems like I never have enough.
- Both the stand-up and cobra head weeding tools save your back and make weeding so much quicker.
- I don’t use weed fabric much in the beds anymore, but I do use them to line containers. It helps keep the soil in the container and allows water to drain.
- The poison ivy scrubs and lotions are essential. They saved me several times from severe rashes.
- I have a tumbling compost bin behind my garden shed. They work really well! It was originally my mother-in-law’s that she gave to me a few years ago. You can also DIY a bin instead of purchasing one. For the best compost recipe, CLICK HERE.
- I don’t use fertilizer on my perennials, shrubs, and trees. Instead, I feed the soil with compost and other amendments. I do, however, fertilize my houseplants and annuals with this slow release fertilizer.
- For better staking in my cut flower garden, I’m going to use THIS netting. Last year, I used green garden stakes and felt they didn’t do as good a job as the netting.
Spring Garden Supply Must-Haves
More Spring Garden Supply Ideas
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Looking for More Spring Garden Tips, Tricks, and Inspiration?
Whether you are considering what to plant or wondering what to do when the temperature rises, check out these related posts.
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Looking for More Flower Garden Ideas?
If you love flowers and want to grow more in your garden, here are some posts that will get you on your way.
From tucking in flowering plants that are deer-resistant or ones that attract more butterflies and hummingbirds, to shade-loving flowers like the lenten rose, these posts will get you on your way to growing a garden that will bring joy for years to come.
Here are more cut flower and cottage garden growing tips, tricks, and design inspiration.
- 5 Quick Ways to Grow a Cottage Garden
- Easy Care Cottage Garden Ideas
- Perennials vs Annuals
- May Gardening Tour and Planting Ideas
- Flowers that Bloom in Midsummer
- How My Cottage Garden Grew in 2021
- Cut Flower Gardening for Beginners
- The Complete Guide to Roses Care
- The Basics of Hydrangea Care
- Everblooming Cottage Garden Design Ideas
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