While gardening season is coming to a close for most of us, there are a few important things to do as we head into cooler weather. First of all, congratulate yourself! Whether you’re a first-time gardener or a seasoned professional, it’s great to take time and look back at the things that went well. Reflecting on your wins will only serve as greater motivation moving forward.
However, as much as we’d like to ignore it, we need to analyze what went wrong and why. Praising your wins and assessing your failures is a sure-fire way to have a better gardening season next time around. Listen to find out what worked and what didn’t in my garden this year.
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More Stories About My Garden Adventures:
- The Mystery of the Poisonous Potting Soil (podcast episode)
- How I’m (Attempting) to Improve Our Clay Soil This Year (podcast episode)
- How to Recover After a Major Garden Failure (podcast episode)
- The Surprising Reason I Killed 150 Tomato Seedlings This Year (video)