20 Weeks away from our last expected frost date

It may seem like a long time until we hit the average expected last frost date, but time flies and there is a lot of planning to do now to get ready. 

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Some things you can do now to prep for Spring:

🌱 Take an inventory of your gardening tools, sharpen blades, replace or fix broken tools.

🌱 Take an inventory of seed starting supplies (if you start your own seeds)

🌱 Go through your stored harvest and check for anything that might be starting to rot or needs to get used. 

🌱 Take an inventory of your seeds and make a plan to order what you need. 

🌱 Make your garden plan and decide what worked this year, what you want to grow more or less of and take note as you plan. 

🌱 Take a kitchen inventory to see if you need more mason jars, tea towels, anything that helps you use your harvests. 

🌱 Make plans to order garden amendments.

🌱 Check containers for damage, clean and plan out how much soil is needed to fill all containers. 

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Taking time to do these things now can set you up for success in the spring. 

Published by

Candice Cullen ~GROW. COOK. NOURISH. Garden To Table Academy

Certified Holistic Nutritionist/Nutritional Consultant, Culinary Nutrition Expert & Instructor, Certified Functional Nutrition Coach, Rouxbe Certified Pro Level Cook, Certified Gardenary Kitchen Garden Coach/Consultant, Plant-Based/Plant-Forward, Plant Food Expert

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