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With temperatures rising and more sunny days on the horizon, many of us are turning our attention to outdoor growing spaces, whether for flowers or for food. To help us tackle our to-do lists, we turned to David Munsey, III, of Better Lawns & Gardens for guidance on how to get started. Here, he shares tips for three different types of gardens.
“If you had planted containers over the winter, things are probably starting to look a little frumpy, so pull all of your seasonal, winter things out of your pots, fluff the soil, then you can go ahead and start planting the container,” David says. You’ll also want to make sure you have potting soil and a slow-release fertilizer on hand before you dig in.…