This post is a round up of all the Seasonal Living Winter Resources for the Garden and the Kitchen from the blog. We’ll begin with the 2019 Garden Planner, then we’ll go month-by-month from December through March cataloging the seasonal living resources you need to be a pro in the garden and the kitchen this winter!
Seasonal Living Winter Resource Guide for the Garden and the Kitchen
This is your Seasonal Living Winter Resource Guide from Stony Ridge Farm!
This winter, take the time to create your seasonal life by planning and preparing for the year ahead. Darker and colder days are just what’s needed to take the time to reflect on what’s working and what’s not so great in your garden, kitchen, home, and even your wellness routines. We’ve got all you need to become a pro in your seasonal life, creating a simpler life that is grounded in nature’s time and energy.
The Kitchen Garden Planner and Journal
The Kitchen Garden Planner and Journal is an eBook designed to help you plan and track your efforts to grow the best vegetables, fruits, and flowers possible. Written by Lorrie Schoettler and Designed by Bob Shelley, this eBook will teach you how to design, track, budget, and record your garden spaces season by season, and month by month.
The eBook comes with lifetime access to printable worksheets for tracking everything from plant varieties to soil amendments, pest management strategies to seed starting schedules. There are also beautifully designed journal pages available to every owner of the Kitchen Garden Planner and Journal.
Begin your planning journey by downloading our FREE seed starting schedule. Click here to begin your garden plan.
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The Seasonal Living Winter Guide Round-Up of Monthly Resources
Winter is a time to take advantage of the resting garden to plan and prepare for the next growing season. In December we’re still cleaning the garden and perhaps growing a few overwintering crops. January is seed ordering time! We also plan out our seedling schedule in January. February brings the return of the sun in some force with the arrival of Groundhog Day. This is the perfect time for starting seeds for the coming growing season in the 4-season kitchen garden. March can be frustrating if the sun is bright but the days blustery. It’s a time of anticipation with the return of spring, warm soil, and the earliest of crops.
Each header below offers a collection of blog posts to support you in creating a seasonal life in the garden and the kitchen. Enjoy!
Seasonal Living in December
December is the month to truly appreciate your seasonal lifestyle. It is a time to hang up your hoe for a while and enjoy the rest of darker days. It’s a time to cook meals made from your preserved foods and begin the dreaming instigated by the arrival of early seed catalogs.
Here is a catch-all of the December posts on the blog:
Seasonal Living in January
January brings a new year, a fresh start, and oh so many resolutions. The winter darkness, cold temperatures, and holiday hangover can keep us housebound. Stay with that seasonal vibe and use January for evaluating and planning.
Here are the January Seasonal Living posts from the blog all in one place:
Take the January Seasonal Living Challenge [Being updated for 2019]
Seasonal Living in February
February is one of the best months of the year because we begin to actually see the days getting longer! While temperatures may still be sharp and days short, it feels great to be outdoors in February. If you have a traditional 3-season kitchen garden, February is when you begin your seedlings, too! Cleaning, planning, preparing. February is pure anticipation.
Here is a roundup of blog posts for the month of February:
Seasonal Living in March
Three weeks of March are still in the winter months. I know, I know! We don’t want to think of March as winter, but that’s how we get in trouble. We get sick because we don’t dress right for the weather. Our plants die because we push them outside to harden off too soon. We get caught off guard by a late blizzard because we’re so captivated by the snowdrops and crocuses.
March is the best month to perfect your seedling skills. It’s also the perfect time to build new garden beds and reclaim the ones that didn’t get their due at the end of last season. Don’t worry, winter is almost over, and here are my blog posts to help you get the most from the month of March.
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