In the coming year, gardening in Chicago will explore many relevant topics as Chicago gardening moves indoors during winter. No, this isn’t the season to slip into gardening lethargy. This is the season for exploring new adventures in gardening, for planning the coming growing season, for ordering seeds and plants and for watching crocus peak through a blanket of snow.
Indoor gardening will be the first area to be investigated in the coming year. Every important aspect of gardening indoors will be explained. If you enjoy the idea of gardening indoors, you will find these articles helpful.
Seed catalogues are delightful to explore, and articles about them will guide you about how to use them effectively. It’s a good idea to order them now.
This coming year individual flowers, fruits and vegetables will be studied in depth. Ideas for planting and use will be explored.
Seed starting is an important part of indoor gardening for the Chicago gardener. Giving your precious seeds a head start on the growing season will provide you with a head start on enjoying your garden.
If you wait to plant your seeds until the danger of frost is past, you will have birds eating up your newly planted seeds. What the birds leave behind, other small animals will enjoy. You will also have to wait for your fruits and vegetables to ripen, and that could take all summer.
As the growing season approaches, Chicago gardeners will receive information on what needs to be done in your garden at any given time. Only tried and true methods will be discussed.
Happy New Year, Chicago gardeners! May your 2013 gardens be bountiful, lush and stunning.
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