It’s like magic: March arrives, and suddenly the snow is melting and temperatures are rising. Not that we don’t expect more snow–especially if this year we actually get the “typical” Michigan winter folks have been promising us. (Because last year was a joke, right?) Meantime, I’m enjoying the slightly warmer weather and dreaming of all the things we’re going to be planting in a few weeks.
I’ve probably mentioned that we live in an apartment, right? That won’t keep us from planting a garden, though, thanks to Jami’s eBook Apartment Gardening. I’ve been scouring the web for additional gardening resources and articles, and I thought I’d share in case you’d like to get your hands dirty this spring, too.
USDA Planting Zone Maps
Vegetable Garden Hub – lots of interesting articles and techniques
Red Worm Composting – a guide to creating garden composting soil…with worms!
go Garden Now – my uncle’s gardening blog; he’s got 30+ years of gardening experience and will answer any question you’ve got!
Garden Therapy – fun garden-related projects and recipes
Flower Gardening Made Easy – tips for planning and preparing gorgeous flower gardens
What Garden Tasks Should I Be Doing in March? @ Backyard Fruit Guide
Beginner’s Guide to Square Foot Gardening @ The Cape Coop
Natural Gardening with Beneficial Bugs @ Frugal Granola
Getting Started @ The Spruce
Simple Tips for the Rookie Gardener @ The Humbled Homemaker
Gardening with Herbs: Where to Begin @ Keeper of the Home
Gardening with Herbs: What to Grow @ Keeper of the Home
Top image: Rabbit statue in Birmingham Botanical Gardens, Birmingham, AL