To Do In The Northwest Edible Garden: March 2014

March To Do

In like a lion, out like a lamb. That’s what they say about the weather in March, and I suspect that’ll hold true this year. There are always two points during the gardening year when you have to just go on faith that the weather will do, more or less, what you expect it to. [Continue Reading...]

To Do In The Northwest Edible Garden: March 2013

Chard Seedlings

My gardener Spidey Sense tells me that we Maritime Northwest Gardeners aren’t going to see some crazy late super cold snap this month. I could be wrong, for sure, and your microclimate milage may vary, but I think it’s safe to start thinking Spring is here-ish. Here’s what Maritime Northwest gardeners should be doing this [Continue Reading...]

To Do In The Northwest Edible Garden: March 2012

Pea Transplants

Last year I wrote the March 2011 To Do list and there was snow on the ground. This year? Yeah…you guessed it! But, hey, ignore the snow dusting the ground right now – the fact is, March is here, spring is coming and we gardeners can feel it. Here’s what Maritime Northwest gardeners should be [Continue Reading...]

To Do In The Northwest Edible Garden: March 2011

Just getting started? Don’t worry, you’re not too late. Almost everything that could be done in February can still be done now. Plan & Purchase:If you haven’t ordered your seed potatoes yet, get on it!  Bare root fruit trees and bushes should be in by the end of the month at the latest.  The last [Continue Reading...]