For those of you that have a management plan already, pull it off the shelf and start the preparations for what you had planned for this year. For those of you who don’t, read on.
It almost seems a little late to be doing a spring wildflower article, but I’m reminded that it really is still early spring when I walk in the woods around central Wisconsin. There is something wonderful about seeing the color, sometimes poking through the snow. The green of spring is refreshing, but the yellow of the marsh marigolds celebrates the coming warm sun. Even better, some of these early spring plants provide a tasty treat as we get ready to plant and harvest our own gardens.
There is more to planting trees than "one to a hole, green side up".