Spring Gardening Tips: Grow Your Green Thumb
Many outdoor lovers are getting ready to thaw their green thumbs and plan for spring gardens. Duluth experts shared tips Wednesday on how you can start gardening now.
While the main planting season starts around May, experts at Engwalls tell us the eager planters can get a head start.
“We could plant seeds inside, take clippings off your house plants to make more, read seed catalogs,” said Colleen Padora, a grower at Engwalls Greenhouse.
According to Padora, the flowers of choice in the Northland are Geraniums, Impatiens and Petunias.