DIY Home + Garden 8 Spring Garden Guides to Get You Growing

Published on March 25th, 2015 | by Becky Striepe

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8 Spring Garden Guides to Get You Growing

8 Spring Garden Guides to Get You Growing

Spring is here! It’s still not too late to start your spring garden, even from seed. Whether you’re new to gardening or an old pro, we’ve highlighted some super fun garden guides to help you start growing and deck out your garden, DIY-style.

Eat Drink Better’s Garden Guides

Mary Gerush over at Eat Drink Better is a gardening rockstar. She has her own mini urban farm in Texas and has been sharing her amazing growing adventures over there. Below are the four awesome garden guides

1. Getting Started – This is her intro to urban growing that gets into what to plant and where and when to plant it.

2. Starting Seeds Indoors, Part 1 – This is all about planning which seeds to start and an introduction to germinating.

3. Starting Seeds Indoors, Part 2 – Garden guides to choosing your seed-starting containers and soils.

4. Starting Seeds Indoors, Part 3 – Ready to start those seedlings? This garden guide has everything you need to know about the planting process.

Mary has guides in the works for transplanting your seedlings and for maintaining your garden in the works. If you’re not following her work at Eat Drink Better, I can’t recommend it enough.

Disclosure: I’m the site director at Eat Drink Better. I hired Mary, because she is a talented, passionate, food-growing maven.

8 Garden Guides for Your Spring Garden: Herb Spiral

Crafty Garden Ideas

5. Upcycled Garden Ideas – Turn trash into garden decor treasure. Think of these ideas as jumping-off points to creating your own upcycled garden decorations.

6. Spring Cleaning Tips for the Garden – Are you reworking last year’s garden? Sustainablog has some great tips on getting it ready for spring.

7. Build a Raised Bed – This is a garden guide to building a raised bed when you have a very specific area that you’re trying to fill. This bed is still going strong at our house, years later. All we’ve had to do to maintain was replace some worn out screws last year.

8. Build an Herb Spiral – Do you have heaps of bricks that you’ve found while digging or left from another projects? Turn them into a super cool herb spiral. It’s a spin on a traditional raised bed.

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My name is Becky Striepe (rhymes with “sleepy”), and I am a crafts and food writer from Atlanta, Georgia with a passion for making our planet a healthier, happier, and more compassionate place to live. My mission is to make vegan food and crafts accessible to everyone!. If you like my work, you can also find me on Twitter, Facebook, and .



One Response to 8 Spring Garden Guides to Get You Growing

  1. G.Leigh says:

    I love the herb spiral – I hope to put one in this year. hope your comment system is working – just commenting to do a quick test.

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