Starting a garden is fun but intimidating. There’s so many things to learn and so many varieties of plants to try and grow. While I’m not a super experienced gardener yet, here’s what I’ve learned so far.
You asked for it and you got it: a list of the most-loved perennials for Zone 3. These perennials are the stars of the garden, blooming year after year and delighting their owners every time. Pick these winners up at your nearest garden centre, or ask a friend with a more established garden if you can dig up a few.
A huge thank you and shout out to the gardeners in the Gardening in Saskatchewan Facebook group! This post would not be possible without you. If you’re in Saskatchewan and not in this group already, you need to join. I’ve learned so much from the more experienced gardeners there who are so generous with their time and advice.
Best Cut Flowers
Asiatic lilies come in every colour and combination and are easy to grow. Put them in a sunny spot and they’ll flourish year after year.
Do you want to start a garden, but literally have no clue? Do your eyes glaze over when you start to do your research but it gets too complicated? What are zones? How do you prep your soil? What should I plant? How do I keep it from dying?
You’ve come to the right place. In this post I’m going to give you a plan for making your own garden that has a good chance of success, all in simple language.
The first of the garden produce is in! Most of my lettuce and spinach did not come up, but this butter crunch lettuce really delivered.