As the weather warms, it makes for an ideal time to condition soil.
Compacted over winter, digging compost into soil can assist with drainage while weeding will help reduce competition for emerging seedlings.
It’s also a good time to prune in preparation for spring growth. Because plants conserve energy during dormancy, they are more durable when it comes to coping with being pruned at this time of year.
Sow & grow: coriander, parsley, carrots, pip and some stone fruit trees, seed
potatoes, beetroot, asparagus, radishes, tomatoes, raspberries, blackberries.