Do you have an organic gardening? Whether you’re new to gardening or an experienced gardener, there’s something for everyone in this series on organic gardening.
Our New Series on Organic Gardening
I’m very thrilled to be partnering with The Home Depot for a series on organic gardening this spring!
Here are the other posts in this series:
- Organic Gardening with Kids: Planting
- Organic Gardening: Dealing with Animals
- Animals, Pepper, and Organic Gardening
We started gathering our organic vegetable gardening supplies last fall, when we raked up our leaves:
Jumping in the leaves is super fun, it’s fantastic exercise, AND it compacts the leaves so that they fit in the compost bin a little better! We put them in our compost bin to turn into dirt during our LONG (sort of still hanging in there) winter:
We haven’t purchased plants or seeds yet for this year – we’ll do that once we are home from sunny Florida. I’m planning to have each of the kids take care of their own tomato plant this year, and we will add some other plants as well. Sugar snap peas (see the top photo from this post) are my personal favorite, so they will definitely make the list! Do you have other plants that you recommend we grow?
We have pulled the plants from last year out of our raised garden beds – I just need to add the soil from the compost bin to top it off.
The kids are super excited about gardening with their new rakes and shovels that they will be using to help in the garden! I love that organic gardening is also kid-friendly gardening – no worrying about chemicals! I also love gardening since it is a fun thing for me to do while I watch the kids in the yard. And even my normally-fussy eater is eager to eat vegetables from our home garden!
I have a copy of Mel Bartholomew’s Square Foot Gardening out from the library (thank you, Elisa, for the recommendation!), and hope that that will help me maximize our gardening space!
Are you going to be growing an organic garden this spring? Do you have any organic gardening tips to share?
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