What’s Happening In My Garden In March

Welcome back, gardening enthusiasts! Spring is springing (pun intended) and the garden is starting to come alive. In this post, we’ll be taking a look at what’s been happening in my garden this March, based on my latest YouTube vlog. Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or just starting out, there’s something for everyone in this update. So, grab your virtual gardening gloves and let’s dive in! You can also check out the full video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=foLFHDTEA_k for a closer look at everything that’s growing.

March in the Garden: Seedlings, Sprouts, and Surprises

March has been a busy month in the garden! As the days get longer and the temperatures start to rise, I’ve been busy sowing seeds, transplanting seedlings, and watching with anticipation as my existing plants emerge from their winter slumber.

Seeds of Promise:

Indoors, I’ve been nurturing a variety of tomato seedlings, including classic red roma and more unique varieties like black cream and Kellogs’s Breakfast. Alongside these, cucumber seeds are sprouting, promising refreshing summer salads. For leafy greens, I’ve started red choy, gunga peas, and pigeon peas, adding diversity to my vegetable patch.

Challenges and Triumphs:

While most of my seedlings are thriving, there have been a few bumps along the way. The pesky slugs managed to feast on most of my marle seedlings, reminding me of the constant battle between gardener and garden pest. On a brighter note, my potato slips have grown a bit leggy and need to be cut back to encourage bushier growth.

Spring Awakening in the Outdoors:

Stepping outside, the garden is bursting with life. Baby watermelons are taking root, their delicate tendrils reaching for the sun. My sweet pepper plants are calling out to be potted up, their vibrant green leaves promising future harvests.

A Tapestry of Color:

The ornamental side of the garden isn’t lacking either. Vibrant purple cabbages (both sweet art and scattered varieties) are adding a splash of color, while charred and sprouted broccoli provide visual interest. The red currant and black currant bushes are adorned with tiny green buds, hinting at the sweet berries to come.

Continuing the Journey:

As we move through the rest of the blog post, we’ll explore the rest of the garden’s offerings, from the fragrant herbs and bountiful fruit trees to the ever-reliable vegetables and the surprising success stories. Stay tuned for more insights, tips, and a glimpse into what’s next for my ever-evolving garden!

Let’s Keep Growing Together!

I hope this glimpse into my March garden has inspired you and provided some helpful tips for your own green space. Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or just starting out, remember, that there’s always something new to learn and discover in the wonderful world of gardening.

Here’s how you can stay connected and continue the gardening journey with me:

  • Leave a comment below! Share your own gardening experiences, ask questions, and let’s learn from each other.
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Happy gardening everyone!

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