Now that you have an idea of what and where to plant your garden and seeds, now it’s time to get the process started! I always look SO FORWARD to planting day! Buying and planting seeds is never a chore to me because I constantly keep in mind what this means this fall and winter, when I am craving garden fresh produce. It may be frozen, but the pure thought of it coming from our garden, ups its taste value all the more.
Here are a few more tips for success:
1. When planting, mark your rows with strings and markers, so that you know what is coming up where. I often use the plant slips as my markers so that I know EXACTLY what type of pepper it may be. Though, I have the unfortunate experience of my red and yellow peppers never really turning out. Maybe someday…
What are you most excited to eat this winter from your garden?