Spring will be here before we know it, so it’s time to start planning this year’s gardens. With that in mind, on this episode of the Vegetarian Zen podcast, we welcome back Megan Cain, otherwise known as the Creative Vegetable Gardener. Megan first visited with us on episode 113, way back in August of 2015. This time around, we’re excited to announce that Megan has just published an interactive ebook (with a print version as well) called the Smart Start Garden Planner that will help you learn the basics of garden planning, to include laying out your garden, choosing what to grow, buying seeds, knowing when and how to plant, and much more!
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Here’s what we mention in this episode:
Here’s how you can reach Megan:
- The Creative Vegetable Gardener
- Smart Start Vegetable Planner
- Flavorful Life Garden Club
- Creative Vegetable Gardener Facebook Page
- Make Your Harvest Last Facebook group
Quotes of the Week
Your garden should add to your life by bringing you more of the things that breathe color into your days—things like food, beauty, health, pleasure, and joy.
— Megan Cain, Smart Start Garden Planner
Question: If you are a gardener, do you take the time to plan out your garden? What are your best garden planning tips? You can leave a comment by clicking here.
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Peace and Veggies,
Vickie and Larissa