LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Unusually cold spring temperatures are affecting everything from pool season to gardeners. Some plants are timid and don’t know if they should push to new growth while others are flourishing.
Gardeners and nurseries alike are starting to get busy as we inch closer to warmer spring temperatures.
Now is the optimal time to plant your garden so your plants can get grow roots before the heat. For your current garden, it’s best to get some fertilizer down.
According to local nurseries, the best plants to grow here in the desert are fast growing and can take the high winds such as desert trees, shrubs, and a favorite for privacy: the Japanese blueberry hedges.
The key to maintaining your garden is three simple things, according to Brandon Fox at Moon Valley Nurseries.
“Nutrition, water, and trimming. If you can tackle those three things, you can not only have a surviving landscape but a thriving one.”