As you know, Geranium Rozanne isn’t a very high maintenance perennial. She doesn’t require a whole lot of prep work before you plant either. But if you are just bursting at the seams to get your garden going this spring, and you want to be as prepared as possible when the winter frost thaws, there are a few things you can do to prepare for the glorious day when you can either plant your new Geranium Rozanne or fill in around your existing Rozanne with other new plants.
Tip: Gather and Organise All of Your Garden Equipment
Spades, forks, hoses…the list goes on. There are few things more frustrating than waiting all through the cold months to start on your garden, only to find your tools and gardening equipment all scattered to the wind.
Start this winter by designating an area specifically for your gardening implements, and then organise them so they are right where you need them in the spring. When the time comes to plant and sow you’ll save valuable time knowing exactly where all your supplies are.
Tip: Decide Which Containers You Want to Use
The ground is not the only vessel that will hold your blooming beauties come spring. Trends in gardening in the last decades have seen so many creative solutions to container planting. Portability, creativity, flexible design—these are just some of the reasons to try planting your Geranium Rozanne in a container this spring.
And while winter is still afoot, you can dream a little dream of Rozanne by gathering up your containers for spring. From glow in the dark painted containers perfect for a nighttime garden party, to vintage containers that ooze shabby chic, there are dozens of options to stockpile for when the time is right.
When you are all ready to plant your garden, and there’s still frost on the ground, there’s only one thing left to do…plan the layout! If you are a traditionalist or just love the feel of a pencil and paper at your fingertips, you can always opt for the classic graphite on grid paper method.
However, if you desire a more modern approach, you can download one of the dozens of gardening apps available today for your smartphone or tablet. Just a swipe or a tap of your finger is all you need to drag and drop your favourite perennial and annual plants into place to plan the garden of your springtime dreams.
Description: Don’t wait until the last minutes to organise your garden equipment. Get everything in one place with these tips.