Southern Maryland Woman magazine
March 4, 2014 | By Oda Solms |
Spring Gardening Tips With an unusually cold winter behind us, spring has finally sprung in Southern Maryland. And, it’s the perfect time to bring your yard and garden back to life with some special care and new plants. Your local nursery is one of the best places to answer gardening questions and give advice. Before jumping into full gear, consider these spring gardening tips from Denise Reynolds, Store Manager at Wentworth Nursery in Prince Frederick. Wentworth Nursery has two Garden Centers—one in Prince Frederick and one in Charlotte Hall—and a Landscape Project Center in Oakville.
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