How to Start a Garden: Especially if you’re in Zone 3 or Zone 2
How to Start a Garden
Are you new to gardening, and not sure how to start? This list of resources will help you pick the type of garden you want to start, and avoid some of the mistakes that new gardeners make.
I personally garden in zone 2/zone 3 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, with a short growing season of 90-110 days. While my advice should be general enough to work for most zones, it is best suited to those who live in a climate and growing zone similar to mine.
That said, there's advice on seed starting, traditional gardens, small space gardening, weeding, and the easiest vegetables and flowers to plant if you're just starting out.
Welcome to the world of gardening in raised beds! Raised beds are the perfect solution for those who aren't blessed with good soil, don't have a lot of growing space, or need a solution that doesn't require them to bend so much.
Ready to go from garden newb to confident gardener, all in one season? The Growing Roots Gardening Guide is the e-book for you! Comes with 6 bonuses to make sure you have the best possible chance of success.