It’s Time To Start Planning Your Organic Garden

by Amy on February 23, 2013

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It’s March, time to plan your organic garden. Depending upon your location in the U.S., you’ll need this course asap so you can be ready for planting this season. If you are in the Northeast in Vermont, like I am, you’ll want to be ready for planting by the end of May. Other warmer areas/states are sooner. Sign up now. Different parts of the U.S. are covered as far as recommend plants and planting times.

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It’s  chock full of information to get you growing right away. You don’t even need land to grow organic food. Information for growing indoors, sprouting, and outdoors in pots too.

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On the organic farm (Hartshorn Farm) that I live on, I’m planning some new features this season. A meditative labyrinth garden to walk in, and two demo gardens, particularly for kids. A “pizza garden” and a teepee with a bean tunnel. I love Sharon Lovejoy’s book, Roots, Shoots. Buckets and Boots: Gardening Together with Children.

It’s a creative “how to” guide for creating gardens for and with children. I’ve gotten so many wonderful ideas and lots of inspiration from this book. You can purchase this book through my Amazon affiliate link. (It costs you the same amount of money and I get a tiny affiliate commission for offering it here.) If you can find it at a local bookstore, go for it. But, if not, you can get it now right here. Just click on the picture of the book.

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