My Spring Garden!

Monday, April 13, 2015

My Spring Garden - Check out what we planted this year! { NaturallyBlessedMama.com }


We've been workin' on planting our garden lately, and we finally got some poking through the soil! I am so excited. I have been watering them and pampering them everyday, except for that brief time after I had them planted where I forgot to water them for about a week. Don't judge. I am very forgetful, wait what was I saying? Oh, plants. We use a variety of brands. Last year, at the end of planting season we bought some from Atwoods on sale. We had also bought some organic ones at TSC and Atwoods and some


Baker Heirloom Seeds from a local landscaper.


 


My Spring Garden - Check out what we planted this year! { NaturallyBlessedMama.com }

 


I also got to plant some herbs, which are now starting to poke through the soil. We decided to try planting them in egg cartons, which we have plenty of. We go through about 2-3 dozen eggs a week. We make a lot from scrtach.  Before we started planting we bought some organic soil from TSC. 


 


My Spring Garden - Check out what we planted this year! { NaturallyBlessedMama.com }

 I am proud they are getting so tall. We are about to go plant some of them in the garden and some in pots. We got some blackberry bushes from TSC and are going to plant those soon. Don't worry, I'll take pictures. 


My Spring Garden - Check out what we planted this year! { NaturallyBlessedMama.com }


 


My Spring Garden - Check out what we planted this year! { NaturallyBlessedMama.com }


 


Do you have a garden? What have you planted this year?


 

4 comments :

  1. Howdy. We have put our potato, radishes onions and carrots in the ground. Also some cabbage plants but the frost bit the cabbage a bit. They will come out of it but frost slows them down so. The ones we plant a little later overtake the frost bitten ones every year.

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  2. Looks great! Your seedlings are way taller then mine!

    Thanks for linking up with Green Thumb Thursday. I'd love for you link up again this week!

    ~Lisa

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  3. Your garden starts look great! I love that you're using egg cartons for your starter pots. :)

    Thanks for sharing at Waste Not Want Not Wednesday!

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  4. I love egg carton seed starters! Ooooh, this has me all excited! Spring is around the corner! Yay!

    Thanks for sharing (and for linking up to the #SHINEbloghop). I hope you'll join us again tomorrow!

    Wishing you a lovely evening.
    xoxo

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