This is the official kick off of a new series â€“ video blogging on Mondays. I wrackedÂ my brain to come up with the perfect alliterative title for this series, but the only thing I could come up with was Movie Mondays, which just didn’t cut it. Â This isn’t about movies. It’s my way of sharing with you the things I’ve learned. My videos will show you what chores I’m doing or new projects I’ve got brewing each week on my urban farm. It’s about keepin’ it real and putting my garden nerdiness on film. I hope you’ll join me on Mondays!
Please let me know what you’d like to see! What questions would you like me to answer? What would you like to learn? I’ve got a few ideas up my sleeve, but I’d love to know yours!
Today, I give you a little lesson on thinning and transplanting your new seedlings. This is an important step in helping your new little plants thrive. You’ll give your new plants room to grow and can give another part of the garden a jump-start, like the picture of my giving garden above. All of those seedlings were replanted as part of the thinning process.Â In this video, I’ll show you two ways to make it work.
* It should be noted that this video was DIY. Watch it in full screen mode so you can see the seedlings better. If I could film myself, demonstrate, and zoom in on what I’m trying to explain all at the same time, I’d be set!