Getting your garden ready for spring

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OKLAHOMA -- It's time to start getting your garden ready for spring, but you can do some of it from inside!

Here are some quick tips that gardening guru, Linda Vater gave today on 4 Your Garden:

28 degrees is a key temperature to remember; get your fully bloomed plants inside before they freeze. Plants that have barely budded, or aren't showing yet, will still be fine outside.

Onions should be put in the ground soon. But buy the vegetable in sets, not prepackaged because the packaged ones tend to have issues.

When using your pruners, especially with roses, make sure to disinfect your cutters when moving from one plant to another.

Check out Linda’s gardening pictures, ideas, and recipes on her blog.

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