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Annuals provide exciting color in the spring when gardeners are ready for the first signs of life in their garden. Here in Hampton Roads, our average last frost date is April 15, which can vary from the Oceanfront (April 1) to Williamsburg (April 25).

We love these early spring annuals, as they are a somewhat safe bet for the early spring weather fluctuations. We recommend any of these right now:


The two most important things you can do for your established lawn in early spring is to apply:

A pre-emergent will to prevent weeds and unwanted grasses that will germinate when the weather gets warms.

Post Emergent
A post emergent will rid your lawn of cool season weeds that are actively growing and getting ready to lay seed.