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Choose a warmish day to prune landscape plants. Remove any dead or damaged branches. Thin plants with heavily branched interiors.
Do not prune spring-flowering shrubs or trees until after they bloom. If you prune now, you'll be cutting off blossoms.
Do not prune oaks and walnuts until July to avoid wilt disease.
Indoors: Start Seeds
Sow seeds now for early-season vegetables that can go in the ground a couple of weeks before the last average frost date in the Northeast. This includes broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and leeks. Aim to start these seeds five to seven weeks before you want to transplant them outdoors.
Sow plants such as tomatoes or peppers six to eight weeks before the last average frost date. This means you may have to wait until the end of the month or even a little later before planting the seeds.