January gardening can be a bit limited due to frigid temperatures and snow. That why now is the best time to plan and get prepared for spring. Creating a plan can help envision plants’ placement based on the amount of sun they need, how big or small they grow, or what type of plant they are.
To help you determine the proper gardening tasks, we put together a list you can do in January to make sure you’re getting your gardening fix.
Trade-in those Poinsettias
January is a great month to add some color to the inside of your home with a gorgeous blooming plant. Add colorful plants inside your home will drive those winter blues away. We make it easy and affordable with our poinsettias trade in each January. At City Floral, you can bring in any poinsettia, regardless of where you bought it, and get $5 off any blooming plant over $15!
Before you know it, spring will be here, and the fury of gardening is upon us. Until then, you can plan or rework your garden design can be a key to next year’s success. Use various resources like City Floral’s Pinterest, gardening magazines, or even stop in and get some gardening ideas from our experts.
Purchase those seeds
January is when you’ll start seeing seed packets everywhere. Now is an excellent time to start getting those hard to find and popular seeds. We carry the highest quality of vegetable seeds for Burpee, Botanic Interest, Lake Valley, Sandia, Seed Saver Exchange, and more. We believe every gardener deserves the best vegetable seeds to start their garden, even if your garden is small, indoors, a single container, or a large area. Growing seeds at home can be a rewarding experience that can benefit your family and friends share in the fruits of your labor!
Clean up & Inspect Garden
Winter can take a toll on your garden. The cold, snow, and ice can cause and hide damage you may not see until springtime. Get out there on warm days and assess your garden beds, shrubs, and trees. Continuing to check and clean up your garden state will lessen the amount of work when it’s time to start gardening again.