From the article: What the Well-Designed Garden Will Be Wearing
Every winter, when I start planning my garden, I make notes for myself about not going overboard with tomatoes or sticking with my color scheme or making sure I get my mulch down before the leaves change color in the fall. Some get done, others get ignored. What are your resolutions for this year's garden? This Year I Will (not)...
- with my garden journal. Clean,sharpen and organize my garden tools. Upgrade and maintain my fernery.
- —Guest inese lewis
- I have to try organic gardening.. I think it is the best way to eat healthy and fresh food..
ignore the weeds!
- i promise, Missy Garden, M'am! I vow to stop and pluck that pesky grass rather than give it a lick and a promise. I vow to stab that dratted broad-leaf weed rather than wait until it flowers and blows seed everywhere. >^,,^
Not ever again...
- plant any ground covers in my flower beds, no matter how pretty that 'little' plant is
- —Guest prairie
- Spend moor time in the garden growing new things to eat.
- —Guest David P. Fitch
stop by the garden store to look...
- and buy plants that do not have a home in my garden. I will continue to compost and enrich the soils in my humus poor land and try to enhance the garden for the birds and bees.
- —Guest karina
- and and get carried away ordering too many types of seed packets (because they all sound sooo tempting and are so budget friendly) that never get planted! Optimism as a gardener is great when you're tending your garden, but only fine in moderation when you place your plant & seed orders!
- —Guest Theresa