It seems like it's already spring in Montana...although we know better! But this milder weather is certainly inspiring me to start ordering seeds and planning my garden. My spring workshop line-up is out so if you haven't taken one of my workshops, check them out here. I would love to help you get started on your first garden or give you fresh ideas and concrete advice on improving your yields and making it one of your most successful growing seasons yet!
My video this week covers two of the most important aspects of gardening - soil and seeds. Click below to learn more about my strategies for increasing soil fertility in your garden, the three seed companies I would recommend and the one place I wouldn't recommend you go to get your seeds or transplants.
Lastly, what burning questions would you like to have answered before the growing season begins? Please leave those in the comments below. I will either answer them directly or make a video to respond!
Thanks again for watching,
P.S. If you didn't receive my Five Tips to Get Your Garden Started, you can click here to download that resource. Be sure to tell your friends!
It's still winter outside but believe it or not, it's time to start planning our gardens this spring.
If you're like me, overwhelmed by a growing list of tasks for your life :-), it's difficult to know where to start with garden planning, especially if you're a beginner gardener. That's why this next series of videos will take you through concrete steps to keep in mind as you look toward spring.
These are five guiding tips that I think you absolutely must factor in as you plan your garden.
Click on the video to get started!
Want to get the downloadable pdf that I refer to in the video? Sign-up for my e-newsletter here. This resource will give you a quick overview of my 5 Tips and a good guide for you to reference over the next couple months.
What are your tips for getting a garden started this spring? Please share them in the comments below!