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   Feb 01

Gardening Calendar


Gardens tucked under 2 ft. of snow!

Gardens tucked under 2 ft. of snow!

My Gardens are all tucked under a couple of feet of snow in January giving good insulation to my perennials and a promise of lots of moisture for the spring growth.

My plans are all done up. I’ve tested some of my older seeds for the germination rate and put in my seed orders.

I’ve tended all my plants that I’ve brought in for the winter and I’m so  looking forward to the return of the light and some warmer weather!

I’ve reached out to people offering mentoring/coaching to help others create abundance by gardening!

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Seed Catalogues are in and orders places for the first seeds to be planted for a jump on the season is in February.

I plant my peppers early for they seem to take a long time to germinate.

Many of the flowering plants are planted early to make the most of their blooming season.

also any slow growing herbs.

With the return of the light I do a bit of light fertilizing on my plants growing indoors.


Time to get serious about getting those seed started for a jump on the season

I plant tomatoes, onions, celery and parsley.


Image of female farmer sowing seed in the garden

Image of female farmer sowing seed in the garden

Living in a zone 2 gardening area many of my plants are started later plus many that are commonly planted directly in the ground I start ahead of time to give them a bit of a head start.

I plant basil, cucumbers, squashes, pumpkins, anything in the Brassica family like cabbages and broccoli.

As soon as the ground can be worked I plant my cool weather seeds.

Radishes, peas, spinach, lettuce, kale, swiss chard, carrots, turnips, onions and beets.

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