Who knows what the weather in the Pacific Northwest holds but it's an incredible adventure to continue to attempt to grow and kill and grow again. You can't really say you're a true gardener until you have successfully killed a few things, good and dead, and started again.
It's officially Spring! It's time to drag out the big bag of potting soil, peruse the plant nursery and bring home a wagon full of flowers! If you're as excited about spring-time weather as I am, here's a lovely list of items to help you get into the gardening mood!
You could support a local restaurant by dining in or take-out. enjoy some red wine and chocolate at our gorgeous wineries, make a plan for the garden and start growing things, take a road trip to a gorgeous spot in Washington State, visit alpacas or chill at home with a digitally downloaded movie
Ever since I was tiny I've wanted to have a garden but never had the space or the actual desire to start messing about. There's a methods and game plans and special soils or you could could try just wing it and see what happens. I'll be doing a little bit of both and would love your input
Yesterday Gunner and I were talking about gardens. Neither one of us knows very much about gardening. I always say that I have a brown thumb because I kill everything I plant.
My Jackson and Shaylee planted a little garden in our old sand box...