But the hours of light are increasing and that is a psychological boost signaling to gardeners that we are approaching the growing season and it’s time to get ready. Seed catalogs are coming in the mail weekly and have been since mid January. Now is the time to get start taking inventory of your leftover seeds from last season.
Yay! Spring is here! We made it though winter once again! Wait, what? There’s a nor’easter threatening to dump snow on the East coast tomorrow? What’s this? There is as much snow outside my door here in central New Hampshire as any other time… Continue Reading “Out Like a Lion”
Is it too soon to start? It’s about this time of year when people in cold snowy areas begin to start to yearn for warmer winds of spring. Depending upon what zone you live in you could still have inches of snow and ice… Continue Reading “It’s February! What Should I do in My Garden?”
I find when I sit down to start one of these presentations that I want to tell a story. The overall point being that we can all enjoy growing some of our own food and by doing so reap the multiple rewards that vegetable gardening brings to our bodies and our souls.
Starting a new business is equally as exciting as it is nerve-wracking. You never know if what you think is a fabulous idea is as fabulous an idea to the public. Homegrown Harvest is more than just about selling containers and raised beds to… Continue Reading “The First Steps of Marching Right Along”