Spring | University of Missouri Extension
Roses are blooming, but it's not too late to plant more in home gardens.
Few garden plants give as much pleasure with as little effort.
Don't plant that tree too deep.
Looking toward spring, elderly or disabled persons can receive gardening
tips in a virtual world designed to help.
Spring landscaping may invite unwelcome visitors to backyards.
Strawberries are well adapted to our climate, require a very small investment,
and will produce a good crop of fruit about 13 months after planting.
A home disaster kit prepares families for spring surprises.
Brightly colored bell peppers can decorate a vegetable garden and lend color
and taste to the table.
Just as baseball players need to get in shape, this is a great time to start
preparing our bodies for warm weather activities like gardening and yard work.
The vegetable planting calendar has the information you need.
Plants need nitrogen to grow, develop and produce seed.
The fruit of hybrid tomatoes is meatier and seed cavities are smaller with fewer seeds.
Pedometers can be a great motivational tool as you see your step count climb.