Episode 038: What To Do In Your January Garden

Happy New Year in the garden! Get ready for garden planning, seed sowing, and making (or shrinking) garden beds this year.

Epsiode 038 will cover:
– Tailored guidance for both warm and cold climate gardeners on transitioning their gardens from winter to spring.
– Introduction of winter sowing, a low-cost, low-effort seed-starting method suitable for many plant varieties.
– Insightful garden planning tips, including the assessment of last season's outcomes and considerations for expanding or downsizing garden space.
– Emphasis on preparation and observation, highlighting the benefits of cover crops, raised beds, and noting environmental factors in the garden.
– A spotlight on native plants and their benefits, encouraging gardeners to explore local plant sales for affordable, well-adapted options.
– My personal plans and anticipation for the gardening activities January brings! It's time to grow again!

Here are some great videos on how to start winter sowing:
Veggies in zone 6
Sowing in zone 7
The tote method I'll most likely use

📩 Questions? Email me at jessica@homegrownfoodandflowers.com

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