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Below you will find the Table of Contents for everything you will need to put one foot in front of the other all year long. And by the end of the year you will look back and be amazed at what you were able to accomplish.

I promise.

The UNgardener


Nice to Meet You!

What garden?  I don’t have a garden…

What is a farmer?  What is a gardener?  What is an UNgardener?

“Planning your Masterpiece”



“Bringing your Garden to life”

MARCH (Removing things from the garden)

APRIL (Adding things to the garden)


“Enjoying your Garden”



  • Pest Control (Murphy’s oil soap, systemic insect drench, horticultural oil)


  • Sit in your garden daily


  • Fall Decor
  • Plant Fall annuals

 “Cleaning up for Winter”



  • Winterize your garden

“Doing it better next year”


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