The Q&A Archives: Moving to Maryland

Question: I'm moving to Maryland in October. Shortly afterwards I want to start working on my landscape. I grew up in Florida with many kinds of trees, fruits and flowers in my lawn and I want to know what kinds of plants can survive in that climate, and what my best investment would be. What would make a good and affordable project for my wife and I?- Sincerly Daniel

Answer: To begin with, check out the following website:
It is hosted by the University of Maryland and has tons of links to helpful gardening ideas and practices.

If you're going to southern Maryland, here's a website filled with additional information:

You'll learn what will and will not grow in Maryland and when to plant, prune and fertilize.

Best wishes with your move, and your new garden.

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