It's exciting to see someone just as excited for the project as myself and it's especially exciting to see things almost ready to go. He's even got his plot laid out with the square feet laid out so that he knows what to put where.
I myself cannot wait to get home and start sorting things out. I know I'll be starting a few things from purchased seedlings because I wont have the time to start the tomato plant from seed and I'm sure there is more to the plan that I'll end up starting this way. As for what I have though, I know I have the lettuce, the purple carrots, some beetroot, and the beans. Still leaves me plenty to get though so once my first year here at Niagara College is done I can head home and start rushing to get everything ready. Luckily though, my garden is still under a few feet of snow so I don't have to worry about the weeds taking over in my absence.
Now, today's post would have been longer but I have to get studying for tomorrows entomology test! For any of you interested in joining the Garden Connect project and growing identical gardens as gardeners all over the world, get in touch and I'll answer any questions you have! Or for the basics, read through this page dedicated to Garden Connect!
And now, here's a link to Richards latest post about the work he's done to prepare for Garden Connect and a few helpful finds to help him along! As always, the ever growing list of Garden Connect members can be found here and you can subscribe to my weekly newsletter to stay up to date on the latest posts about my Garden Connect plot and other interesting gardening and plant related news! More about my newsletter here!
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