Last Updated On: March 24th, 2020
Taking an inventory of your garden.
In this podcast, you'll learn how to take an inventory of your garden and why it's important.
What You'll Learn:
- What a garden inventory is and its three main parts.
- Why is a garden inventory important.
- Links and videos for further resources or education.
- How to upgrade your garden with our PowerUp Garden Care Challenge.
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Whether you are new to gardening or have been gardening for a while, you should take inventory of your garden to know what you have. Your inventory can be really anything and everything you want it to be. It can be fancy or very simple. It can be a quick sketch or as close to a professional design as you want.
Making an inventory of your garden will
- help you to care for your garden better and
- be useful for any future planning, and building, and caring for your garden.
Any inventory should be made up of three things, being:
- A general list of everything in your garden from plants, number of beds, pathways, utilities and anything else worth mentioning.
- A sketch or drawing of your garden layout with notes and true North.
- Your area's cold hardiness temperatures, and sun exposure during a general day.
To find out more about making a garden inventory and also get access to helpful worksheets along with guided help, join our Free Power-Up Garden Care Challenge.
You can go to our homepage to find out more and sign up, at spokengarden.com .
See you there!
If you are ready to upgrade your garden care right now, click here learn more and sign up for the PowerUp Garden Care Challenge. Even if you want to make a simple garden inventory, you can now do it. Remember that you can reference this podcast episode anytime, too.
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