Ciscoe Ciscoe's 7 things to get your garden ready for spring The countdown to spring is on! Ciscoe Morris shares what you need to do to get your garden spring-ready. Here's seven things to get ready for spring Plant Lenten roses and cut back established ones. Credit: yanikap, This content is subject to copyright. flowers of a blue forget me not, pink roses have flowering in a garden on flower bed. colored flowers blossom in park Remove old fronds from ferns. Credit: Wavebreakmedia Ltd, This content is subject to copyright. Prague, Czech Republic Plant peas and lettuce and other cool season greens. Credit: Biletskiy_Evgeniy, Biletskiy_Evgeniy Rows on the field. Agricultural landscape in the summer time Prune summer flowering shrubs such as rose, spirea and hebe. Credit: Sergii Kozak, This content is subject to copyright. Flowers tulip dwarf beauty nature plant spring Give spring care to unsightly Heucheras (coral bells). Credit: James53145, This content is subject to copyright. Bronze and amber foliage of heuchera "Marmalade" Mow the lawn. Credit: BrianAJackson, BrianAJackson Mowing or cutting the long grass with a green lawn mower in the summer sun Remove newly germinating weeds before they go to seed. Credit: OzCameraman Removing a weed from the lawn. Grass maintenance and gardening chores and jobs.