DECEMBER IS THE TIME TO RELAX AND ENJOY FRIENDS AND FAMILY.
Depending where you live you may not have anything left out in your garden so take the time to enjoy the indoors and relax. If you still have some fresh veggies in the garden make sure they are protected from the cold weather. Even when gardening is your passion it is important to find the time to enjoy the winter season which is a time to slow down and hibernate a little.
Let yourself dream of what your garden will look like next season. Take the time to be grateful for your bountiful harvest from the past season and if you have extra food in storage or preserved think about giving some to friends, family or the needy as gifts.
Gift ideas for the gardener on your list:
DECEMBER TO DO LIST:
- Evaluate how your vegetable garden grew. Write down what worked and did not work so you can look at it again in the spring.
- Continue to mulch if you still have veggies in the garden.
- Check stored vegetables and remove anything that is rotting.
"My 2010 Vegetable Garden Journal"
Need help with your garden layout?
It is never to early to start planning for the fall or next season Now you know what you would like to grow, where and how are you going to make it happen? The most common ways of planting vegetables are in row, raised beds or in containers. Order one of my
vegetable garden plans books
for great planning ideas for your own garden.
- I will have another ebook "Your Vegetable Gardening To Do List" available in January.
The Everthing Grow Your Own Vegetables Book
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START PLANNING FOR NEXT SEASON
Now is the time to start planning your vegetable garden for the next growing season. I have several helpful
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