I’m working on a new version of the 2018 garden journal called the 2018 Spring Garden Journal that just covers March through December to come out on the first day of spring! And guess what it will only be $8.95 total. Amazing what just taking a 2 months out made!
But I wanted to add some planning ideas and advice if I could. Not much because its supposed to be your journal but a bit about what Mike will be doing. So I’m asking him what he would be doing and it hit me look at our past pictures. So here’s some of our garden journey photos over the last years.
This is March 17. 2007 in the plasticked in porch
Broccolis. We have similar broccolis this year as well.
By April First he’s really expanding!
This is April 11th and then finished in June!
This is June 4th. Somethings coming up on April 11th 2007
Mike’s amazing rock work, if I tried this everything would fall over after the first day.
Deep Bed Building 101
Build rock barrier and fill with best dirt you can get your hands on. April 14, 2007
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Install • April 14, 2011
Now that’s a lot of work!
262 feet of Deer fence working like a charm as long as you remember to keep the gate shut!
This would be April 20, 2017 carrots sprouting I think or maybe baby lettuce.
Oh maybe they’re radishes…
Back in the greenhouse marigolds, snapdragons, peppers and eggplants get ready to transplant outside when it finally warms up.
Here’s Mike and our granddaughter transplanting at the end of May 2011
Bean Teepee in early spring and full grown in September.
Canterbury Bells Perennials Blooming in Late August. It’s always good to plan for what will bloom when color wise and put the tallest plants in the back.
This Delphinium was prolific for many years full of lots of dark purple blooms!
June 15, 2012 my chives are one of the first to bloom for pollinators and beneficials