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Garden planning can be intimidating.
Learning to trust our seeds (and ourselves) is the work (and play!) of a lifetime and I'm honored to share everything I've learned about gardening and garden planning with you :)
First, you should know: There are as many ways to plan a garden as there are gardeners, so Friends,
~ learn all you can from gardeners you love (I'm honored to be among them!)
~ experiment with curiosity and joy
~ share everything you learn with everyone you can
...because we all grow more when we share more!
Second, here are
to get you started, explored in greater depth in the video above and in the words below:
1. What is most important for me to grow? Sow what you love :)
2. When is best for me to start growing? Depends if you're sowing indoors or outdoors and also if the plant is frost hardy or not! Enjoy our calendars and charts below.
3. Where is best for me to grow? The richest...
Here are the seeds you can sow directly in your garden now, if your snow has melted
And did you hear?
Fruition’s Seed Starting Academy is now free, because gardening is how we ground ourselves, especially in chaotic times
Abundant gardens nourish so much more than our bodies and we are honored to share everything we’ve learned with you in 5+ hours of fun and informative video tutorials
Normally $98, our Seed Starting Academy we are now sharing for free at www.fruitionseeds.com, because we love you ♥
Also, here is our humbling story of how we came to realize the devastation of CoVID-19, up close and personal, and how we committed to looking in the mirror long and hard. Hint: it’s harrowing! And I hope to hear more of your story one day, too
In the meantime, enjoy Fruition’s Seed Starting Academy, Friends.
We’re all in this together
Sow Seeds & Sing Songs in Social Solidarity,
Daffodils bloom, wood frogs sing! As robins pull worms from the warming soil, here are ten easy seeds to sow in May.
The classic harbinger of spring, peas are sown as soon as your soil can be worked. (What does that mean? Check out this video.) Some years we sow peas in March. Other years, it's May. All seasons have their advantages and disadvantages. Everything's grand or everything's not grand: you choose. I digress.
Peas tolerate cool seasons better than most plants in your garden. To some extent, the earlier you plant your peas the earlier you'll harvest peas. Keep in mind: peas developing in cooler temperatures will be sweeter and more tender than those developing in the heat of summer. So tuck them in quick! And whatever you do, please resist starting them indoors; peas absolutely despise having their sensitive root systems uprooted. Most of us can relate.
To extend your pea harvest this season, sow both dwarf and full-size...
For years we’ve been asked to demystify seed starting and here it is: Rise & Shine shares everything you need to start seeds successfully at home in 40 beautiful pages with easy-to-follow instructions and insightful tips for the novice and experienced grower alike.