Every great garden starts with a great plan. Hard work and a few checklists can help it stay bountiful. To help you stay on track, here are some monthly tips.
Aside from weeds and unharnessed wildflowers, not much else can be completely hands off when it comes to gardening. Gardening doesn’t have to be hard, but it does help to have some good prep and monthly goals. Not too far from life in general.
Although we’re not life coaches, we do know a little bit about gardening. Here are some of our must do’s that we think can help set you up for garden success in May.
We are pumped for planting season and dying to get some dirt under our nails and dig our toes in some mud! We have some here that are secretly counting down to go mud runnin’ too, oh and the brush runs in Crandon and…well, we could have a whole additional post on all things mud.
The dreams we have for our garden are on par with Keukenhof with a touch of Eden. Come on in and let’s daydream together on how to grow a botanical garden in your backyard.
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