At the end of a busy gardening day, your feet may be tired, your arms sore and your back strained. After taking care of your garden all day, it is now time to take care of the gardener.
The start of the new year is a cue to start doing your vegetable garden planning, what vegetables you will grow, where they will be planted and the timing of seeding, transplanting and direct sowing. It sounds daunting and a lot of hard work but it can be done quickly, cheaply, easily and effectively.
When spring arrives early next year, you probably will be busy cleaning up from winter and doing other important gardening tasks such as seeding and perhaps doing some construction before the heat of the summer. Wouldn’t it be great if you have your plan for what you want to accomplish in your garden completed? This is the second in a series of five posts of How a Gardener can be Productive in Winter