Did you know Spring gardening is just around the corner? As a matter of fact, I found a countdown clock online right here.
I’m using this link to get through winter because this is my least favorite time of year.
Spring however can be overwhelming and over the years I’ve been known to get stunned when February arrives especially when we lived on our farm because there was always so much to do.
This is when I realized it was necessary to crack down my garden activity into seasons.
Before doing this,I really had to understand each season. Then organize, simplify those tasks and implement.
So, for Spring I divided everything into three categories and it was a true game changer.
The thing is Spring is probably the most exciting season ever because everything outdoors begins to wake up.
It’s almost magical if you take the time to enjoy the transition.
In some parts of the country temperatures can still be pretty cool but for the most part there’s this energy that swifts through the air and if you’re like me you want to grab a hold of it. Especially if winter was less than pleasant…
Right now, Winter is less than pleasant because it continues to rain…
I’m a believer it’s never too early to begin planning for spring, especially during the winter months.
Over time I accepted to be successful I needed to simplify my activity which brings me to my three steps to organize Spring Gardening.
They range from early spring, to the weeks before and after the last freeze.
I just kind of took it for granted that most everybody else was doing this same thing but come to find out that’s not the case.So, I put together a printable that identifies those three areas in detail. You can get it in our Resource Library when you subscribe to our Newsletter here.
My goal this year is to help you have a successful gardening experience, beginning with Spring! Helping you reach your target destination, whatever they may be is just part of the journey.
So let’s plan ahead and get a jump start by learning how you can optimize your efforts and organize Spring gardening with three simple steps.
If you have any specific goals you’d like to share then please share in the comments because I’d love to hear how I may help.