With a little over seven weeks until the “traditional” May long weekend planting, it is time to think about your garden. Do you have the outline of your garden planned? Have you started your seedlings? Are you deciding between traditional versus vertical gardens? Or are you cleaning out your containers for your patio and need inspiration?
We are here to help! Our library’s digital resources, Hoopla and Overdrive, have an abundance of information and inspiration at your fingertips.
- Why not look into structures for your vines and tomatoes and start building them. Vertical Gardening by Derek Fell can help with that.
- Are you trying to save a little money? Try tips from Thrifty Gardening by Marjorie Harris.
- For those in the city, try Urban Gardening by Carol Hand or Super Simple Hanging Gardens by Alex Kuskowski.
- Keep kids interested in learning with hands on activities like Gardening Lab for Kids by Renata Fossen Brown and We are the Gardeners by Joanna Gaines and Julianna Swaney.
Whether you’re an avid gardener or sprouting seeds with the kids, enjoy the extra daylight hours and your new green thumb.