It’s that time of year to start planning the garden. Spring dreaming, here is the Farmhouse 1820 vegetable garden design and video. Here in the northeast, it’s still cold outside. The grass, shrubs and trees are looking rather meek, but inside, garden designs and planning are well underway. Back in January, I spent hours on […]
Is it just me, or does March seem like a realllllly long month? It almost seems like a confused month: one that keeps holding on to winter, and one that is itching for spring to arrive along with warmer temps. No leaves on the trees yet, but certainly the promise of buds. It’s this sight that gets me jazzed and after what seems like a year long winter, I’m ready to pump up the jam.
Let’s look at March and see all of the inspiration and ideas I’ve found for you! I’ve got some goodies, along with a mic drop recipe!
Although it’s officially spring, those freezing nightly temps are still holding on around here. That means that we won’t see daffodils outdoors for a few more weeks.
No need to wail until then!!
Wouldn’t it be lovely to force daffodil bulbs in time for Mother’s Day?! Start planting now and you’ll have these beauties blooming in time for Mother’s Day. Let me show you how!
As I was planning out my gardens and doing all that tweaking in the garden house, I was also mixing the potting mix that I use to sow seeds. Then, I got to thinking that this soil recipe would be great for today’s quick tip.
It’s a recipe I only wish I had come up with myself, it’s what all the great gardeners use, and those like me that aspire to be. I learned this tip from my gardening friend, and I’ve also read up and collected the benefits of making your own potting mix. A tried and true potting mixture that promotes strong and plentiful plants. Say that 10 times fast. Once the ingredients are gathered, it takes just a minute or two to mix and then you’re off to the races. Here’s how to make the potting mix I use for sowing seeds.
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