April is an exciting month for gardeners. Here are some ideas for prioritizing seed starting, planting seedlings, garden maintenance, and more.
Transplanting seedlings can be more challenging than it sounds. There are a few things that have to be done before putting those plants in the ground and no one wants to lose their time and money with stressed or dying plants. This guide will prepare you to have successful transplants and a better garden!
I’ve learned no matter how much I want to get out in the yard and do certain things like plant here in zone 6a, it’s better to wait. Cleaning up around the yard is still necessary along with starting seeds indoors and prepping garden beds for the new season. It’s just best not to get […]
Have you ever wanted to try companion planting in your garden but didn’t know where to start or what the heck it all even means? Well follow along with this four week series (Mondays in March) and learn the whats, whys and hows of companion planting for this gardening season!
I’m working through my kitchen garden A to Z. Here’s my guide to growing, harvesting, cooking, and preserving beans.
March is when the gardening season increases in intensity, and deadlines loom: Seeds are started indoors and out, fruit trees are planted and pruned, and procrastination for building new garden beds has reached its limit. Here’s what you need to know to have a great spring garden.