A little warm weather, and up pops spring in a lot of yards. That tends to get most of us stoked for spring - and anxious to get the yard and garden in order.

WBCK's "Cowardly Gardener" Bob Coward, host of the Saturday morning garden show on WBCK, would just as soon put the brakes on spring for a bit.

In a special visit to The Richard Piet Show this week, Coward reminded listeners there's a chance for frost in Michigan all the way until late May. So, warm weather now increases the potential for buds to advance, then be hampered later were there to be a frost.

He also discussed what you can plant now, what you absolutely shouldn't plant now, as well as what's good for your lawn in early spring.

Hear his comments by clicking the player below.

Hear "The Richard Piet Show" weekday mornings from 5:30-9 on WBCK.