There is so much anticipation with longer days, more daylight, and the promise of spring. Winter walk your property, garden, deck, and patio to see what survived and what didn’t. Look for changes you want to make, areas that you want to stop planting, and those where you find you have the perfect spot for a new hydrangea. Take pictures before the greening begins so you will have a record to consider how you might improve seasonal appeal when you shop. Here are some of my favorite garden resources!
My best garden tip of all is to photograph your garden throughout the season, but fall is the perfect time to start if you haven’t already! Whether it is a simple gallery of photos on your phone or a pinterest board that tracks changes throughout the growing season, photos are an easy way to add to your journal notes and remember what did and didn’t work. This camera lens for your phone will give you a wide angle that includes the entire garden bed! I have 3 other tips for you, read on!