I need to plan.
I make a list, prioritize and organize.
When it comes to gardening, my brain starts to concentrate on what to grow, my seed list, money allocated, where to improve, and what seeds will I be starting indoors.
Planning will save time and money.
So let's plan!
As long as you have your plan in order, all will fall into place smoothly - hopefully.
Here are some helps and my seed starter soil mix is also below:
1. Gardening Space
Where you'll be growing your garden - hours of sun.
Size of garden - lay it out on paper.
Will you use containers and raised beds - even porch space for additional pots.
2. What Do You Want to Grow?
Being Italian, I love my herbs, tomato's and garlic. Lots of greens for my salads are a must, along with eggplant and squash.
3 Sit down and draw it out.
You don't absolutely have to draw out a garden plan, but it can help you see your space and how things will work out more clearly.
4. Make a seed list - buy only organic heirloom seeds so you can store your own seeds year after year.
My seed starter soil mix:
4 parts compost
1 part perlite
1 part vermiculite
2 parts peat moss
Garden plan for early Spring:
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