P.L.A.Y. in Place Projects
Hoping you and your gardens thrived this year – weeds, bees, and all the oh my goodness that “grows” with it!
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On this last day of summer let’s wind down this series with a few more sunny snapshots.
Yay for green thumbs!
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Time to put the gardens to bed and this series too. 🙂
Tidy up the plants and regain the overgrown walking paths while filling up the compost bin with all that great vegetation.
Time to enjoy the harvest and give your green thumb a well deserved rest.
See you back here in this family gardening thread when the seed catalogs start rolling in!
Look for fresh new posts by early Spring 2021!
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- This series will continue to follow the seasons and growing patterns according to living here in a Zone 5 northern New England climate and you’ll need to adjust accordingly.
- The specific gardening needs you have can simply be answered using your favorite search engine online seeking DIY instructions as well as library eBooks and audiobooks (especially as we are all asked to continue to P.L.A.Y. in Place at the time of this posting).
- P.L.A.Y. is here to encourage you and your family on your gardening journey simply by posting some of our experiences as inspiration and basic prompts to growing food and flowers.
More P.L.A.Y. in Place with a Plan Family Gardening HERE
This P.L.A.Y. series is for everyone! Pass it on!
- If you are new to gardening this series is designed to encourage you and your family to take small steps towards growing foods and flowers of any kind and any amount.
- If you’ve tinkered with gardening in the past and things didn’t always work out this series is here to encourage you to try again AND do it as a family focusing on each individuals strengths to help it all come together.
- This series will offer up suggestions for basic leaping off points where you and your family can begin and choose to deep dive or keep it simple in the world of gardening.
- Most of all this series will be a source of encouragement and hopefully an inspiration to simply get in the dirt (aka garden) and P.L.A.Y. and the rest will “bee what it will bee”.