The Garden Checklist: August

As the end of summer draws near, it’s tempting to believe that the end of gardening season is here. Au contraire!

The Garden Checklist: July

It’s July, and that means our summer crops are bursting. This is the time of year when things start to look a bit chaotic in the garden, and that’s ok. In fact, that means your garden is thriving and you’re doing something right!

What’s Happening in the Garden: June

Greetings from the garden! June is upon us, and although it feels like spring was just yesterday (it was), our summer crops are in full bloom. Here’s a look at what’s happening in the garden now…

What’s Happening in the Garden: May

May is one of my favorite times in the garden — we’re harvesting our early season crops, and our mid-season crops are being sown. Everything is green, lush and growing beautifully, and the intense heat of summer hasn’t taken its toll on the crops yet.

The Garden Checklist: May

The past couple months we’ve been sowing our early-season crops, and now we’re fully into summer growing season! Here’s what to do now to keep your veggie garden growing and maximize your summer harvest:

What’s Happening in the Garden: April

They say April showers bring May flowers, but here at Sprout we like to say April showers bring fruit and veggies! Now that we are about a month into Spring and the weather is warming up, our urban farm is starting to take shape.

The Garden Checklist: March

If you’ve ever been the recipient of a neighbor’s freshly-grown tomatoes, you know the value of a good veggie garden. Many folks believe they can’t grow their own veggies because they don’t have acres of space.

The Garden Checklist: Late Winter

I’ve been growing veggies in my urban farm (aka, my patio) for twelve years, but even as an experienced farmer, I still have a tough time getting started in the garden after a long winter. After months of neglect, the garden looks as hopeless as I feel, so taking baby steps makes it more manageable.