The garden gear up has begun here at Farmhouse 1820. It’s this time of year when I welcome the consuming thoughts of planning out my gardens, and I have some great ideas in store. I do need a little advice from you though. Come on in and weigh in your thoughts. I would love to hear.
Every year when January rolls around, I start pouring over my gardening and seed catalogs and begin planning my garden. It’s like, Christmas is over, let’s go straight to spring. But alas, it doesn’t quite work that way, yet in the meantime during the winter months I wait, I have something to look forward to.
Have you started to plan out your garden yet? Are you anxious to get planting and doing a little garden dreaming? You’re in luck because it’s time to sow seeds now for growing leeks.
It may come as a shock to you, but this is my first bulb planting rodeo. I’ve never personally been to this show before, but have always wanted to attend. We do have annual flowers that rise up in the springtime that have been here since we moved in, but it’s time we have more. Time to get on the horse.
Before I start any project, I do my research. I read up on as much info as I can, so I have some sort of clue as to what I’m doing. Planting bulbs is no different. From friend’s advice to lots on online articles, here are some valuable tips that I learned.
It’s all about shallots today. I’m sharing the facts on planting shallots and a how-to guide.
For the seven years that I have had a garden, I have wanted to plant shallots and garlic. I’m not sure why I haven’t until now, but nonetheless I’m here now to share the facts and guide for planting shallots in the fall. And since their price is absurd, there’s no time like the present to start growing them.
Here is the facts and my how-to guide on how to grow shallots, and it’s waayyyy easier than you think!