5 Things to do in Feb for the Best Garden Ever

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5 Things to do the best Garden ever

It’s 74 here in Missouri, nothing like a good temptation to start all the seeds NOW! As tempting as it may seem for most of us it’s still just a tad bit early to start most of the garden seeds. It was the perfect day to do some garden prep.

Today seemed like the perfect thing to share with you guy to help you get a jump on having the best garden EVER!

Plan your Garden- layout where you want to plant each plant and how much space you’ll need. If you need help figuring out how much to plant to feed your family for the year check out this post I wrote on just that. Maybe this year you’ll be trying something new like lasagna gardening.

Order Seeds- Get those seeds ordered! I just received my seed order from Baker’s Creek. They are just down the road about an hour from us, I’m looking forward to sharing my experience visiting them this May.

Tiller Maintenance-  Give the tiller a good look over for loose bolts and wires or worn out pull cord. Change the oil and fill ‘er up with gas and start it. Nothing worse than it not starting when you’re ready to till. Be sure to check your owners manual for a complete list of maintenance.

Turn Up the Garden Spot- Get the garden spot broke up and till in any last minute amendments or cover crops. I always try to do this by the Farmers Almanac look for the best barren days the weeds tend to come back less when I do this.

Start Seeds- Its a little early for most crops but its the perfect time for your cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, and herbs.

I don’t know about you but I have a bad case of garden fever and this nice weather is only making it worse! What’s something you do to get your garden ready each spring? Are you suffering from garden fever? Let me know in the comments!

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