Ahhh, February! The first hints of spring and the occasional sunny day where you go out without a coat… and still freeze to death. This might or might not have happened to me this very morning. Anyways, what should you do with your plants before spring begins? What do they need during February and March to guarantee a sexy spring? It doesn’t matter if you have a garden, a balcony, a patio or a few pots at home, it’s all about scale, y’all.
Organic? Inorganic? What are they? What are they good for? What about compost?
It’s fall already! Colorful leaves, crisp air, blankets, coffee… And a bit of work in the garden to prepare for the cold months and guarantee a lovely spring.
Of all the chemical elements available in nature, plants only need 17. Three of those 17 are obtained from air and water, being the main elements in the synthesis of organic matter as a result of the photosynthetic magic. These three elements are carbon, hydrogen and oxygen.
What about the rest 14?