What Flowers to Plant in March

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March is a difficult month for gardening because of temperature changes and not knowing if the weather will be warm enough for plants to survive. Another big factor in March flower planting is frost, as outdoor plants should be planted, only once frost has passed for the season.

Crocus and Snowdrop

Crocus is a popular plant that will grow from late February to early March. Crocus plants have small, cup-shaped flowers. Snowdrops are seen as first signs of spring, but some types of Snowdrops can be planted as bulbs in spring and bloom in autumn.


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Lilies, Daffodils and Tulips

Lilies, daffodils and tulips can all grow and bloom in spring. Lilies, Daffodils and tulips are grown from bulbs and can be planted and re-planted in March.


March is a perfect time to plant roses and grown roses can also be pruned in spring.


Cherry Blossom and Fruit Trees

Cherry blossoms, and other new fruit trees, can be planted in March. Spring is a time for select the best cherry blossom and fruit trees at local nurseries and garden centers.

Landscaping Plants

March is a good time to plant landscaping plants and flowers, such as Rock Cress, Bergenia and Sweet Peas.



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