Midwinter Merriment: Look at Pictures of Your Summer Garden

Here it is – a countdown til spring. From now until the first day of spring, I will post ways to make the dreary days of midwinter a little more merry.

Day 4: Look at pictures of your summer garden.

11_Pics_of_SummerOne of easiest ways to bring some cheer to winter is looking back at photos of your garden in the summer. If you’re like me, you’ve started to sow seeds and your perennials are slowly, but surely coming back to life. I still find it comforting and highly motivating to look at pictures like this and am reminded of the beautiful bounty to come. This barren and drab landscape will soon be billowing with life and I can hardly wait!

Day 5: Break up your garden to-do list. 
Day 6: Plant sale time
Day 7: Throw a Pi Party!
Day 8: Celebrate a milestone.
Day 9: Put a little summer on your pancakes.
Day 10: Feed your soil.
Day 11: Chicken gawking.
Day 12: Plant identification with kids.
Day 13: Plant your backyard berry patch.
Day 14: #dirtonmyiPhone
Day 15: Start seeds indoors.
Day 16: Sew a sassy garden tool belt.
Day 17: A class that keeps on giving!
Day 18: Buy yourself some flowers.
Day 19: Go to the park and play!
Day 20: Plant peas (and sign up for my free newsletter!)
Day 21: Take a gardening class.
Day 22:Plant bare root.
Day 23: Sign up for Seattle Seedling’s Spring Fling!
Day 24: Plant primroses.
Day 25: Get yourself a doughnut and make it “for here.”
Day 26: Frequent the Farmers’ Market
Day 27: Eat Root Vegetables Disguised as Cake!
Day 28: Be a Garden Show Goer.
Day 29: Drink more hot chocolate.
Day 30: Create a springtime “advent” calendar.

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