The temperatures have finally begun to warm up here in Wisconsin and I for one am anxious to get outside and get the gardening season going. It may be advisable to curb that enthusiasm however, since Wisconsin springtime can bring a lot of inconsistent weather and fluctuations in temperature. So, what’s a Wisconsin gardener to do in April?
Thankfully the University of Wisconsin Extension offices provide us with all kinds of resources for questions like these. Sharon Morrisey a Consumer Horticulture Agent from the Milwaukee County University of Wisconsin-Extension Office has created a very helpful article about what to do during the first weeks of the season. Check it out through the link below:
Posted by Rachel