Raised Bed Gardening. I love this layout. The stones create a pathway through the garden. Climbing plants can be planted along the trellis. Flowers can be planted along the path. Herbs and veggies can be planted in the raised garden beds, and are protected from little critters eating them before you do!

Raised Bed Gardening. I love this layout. The stones create a pathway through the garden. Climbing plants can be planted along the trellis. Flowers can be planted along the path. Herbs and veggies can be planted in the raised garden beds, and are protected from little critters eating them before you do!

Know your soil - do a Mason Jar Soil Test

Mason Jar Soil Test - Spring Garden Primer, PreparednessMama.com

Warming Your Garden Naturally | Dirt Cheap Gardening Tips from Budget101.com

Warming Your Garden Naturally

Storage for garden produce. Would be nice in a root cellar.  Plans located at: http://ana-white.com/2012/06/plans/food-storage-shelf  (I made a rack similar to this, and I covered top, bottom, back and sides (all except the front of course) with window screening to keep the bugs out. The front has a screen "door" with self-closing hinges that opens to slide the racks out . Works like a charm, and easy to clean.)

Storage for garden produce. Would be nice in a root cellar. Plans located at: http://ana-white.com/2012/06/plans/food-storage-shelf (I made a rack similar to this, and I covered top, bottom, back and sides (all except the front of course) with window screening to keep the bugs out. The front has a screen "door" with self-closing hinges that opens to slide the racks out . Works like a charm, and easy to clean.)

The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener: How to Grow Your Own Food 365 Days a Year, No Matter Where You Live by Niki Jabbour.  I just bought this book and find it to be very informative.  She lives in the same region as I do, and I am fascinated by the fact that you can keep your garden growing throughout the winter.  I don't have a garden yet, but plan to put one in next year, and can't wait to see what I can grow!

The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener: How to Grow Your Own Food 365 Days a Year, No Matter Where You Live

The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener: How to Grow Your Own Food 365 Days a Year, No Matter Where You Live by Niki Jabbour. I just bought this book and find it to be very informative. She lives in the same region as I do, and I am fascinated by the fact that you can keep your garden growing throughout the winter. I don't have a garden yet, but plan to put one in next year, and can't wait to see what I can grow!

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