March has arrived; here’s what do plant, prune and fertilize

Erin Browne

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March begins on Tuesday, and even though some of February’s temperatures have been in the 80s, more cold weather could still be in our future.  

For information on our upcoming plant sales, an upcoming class series and ideas of activities to do in your yard, continue reading.

Our next Brevard Discovery Garden monthly plant sale is 10 a.m. to noon Friday, March 4, at the BDG nursery, and only cash and checks will be accepted. Some of the edible plants that will be available that day are a small selection of vegetables such as Everglades tomatoes, broccoli, celery, Datil peppers (this variety is still uncommon and rare) and herbs. We will also have succulent plants and a variety of native and Florida-Friendly plants available, so stop by if you can. The Brevard Discovery Garden is at 3695 Lake Drive, Cocoa.

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