|US Department of Agriculture, 1942|
Living in Oregon means we have so many good resources around town and the state to help too. Here are a few of my favorites.
- I really like Territorial Seed Company's Planting Chart for our area, which tells you everything you need to know about when to plant, how deep, soil temps and more, all in one place.
- Portland Nursery has a great Veggie Planting Calendar brochure too and it lists even more fruits and veggies!
- And we lucky to have a great Oregon State Extension Gardening Program that has all kinds of valuable tips, videos and calendars.
- Want a garden extraordinaire, but think your thumb is more brown than green? Then talk to my friend Annie Bamberger with AnnieBam Landscape Solutions. She's awesome and can truly help even you develop a greener thumb! She can do it all, or she a great DIY service, where she helps you design a yard perfect for your wants and desires, and shows you how to do it yourself. Just go to her website and see for yourself!
So, once you've gathered up your seeds, starts and shovel you'll want to get your hands dirty right away. But might I suggest you peruse a couple of previous posts I wrote up first? Check out my Favorite Exercises to Strengthen and Tone for the Gardening months. You'll also want to check out some of my Favorite Stretches for Gardeners.
OK, keeping this short, because we all have some dirt to move! Have fun!