- Beautiful No-Mow Lawns
- Best of Lois Hole
- Complete Book of Potatoes
- Creating Custom Soil Mixes for Healthy, Happy Plants
- Edible Forest Garden
- Gardening Books to Read
- Gardening Tips and Tricks
- Gardens and History
- Grow Organic
- Guerilla Gardening
- Indoor Gardening: The Organic Way
- Light Candle Levels
- My Garden
- My Garden To Plant
- Organic Fertilizers
- Organic Gardening in Alberta
- Plant Nurseries
- Planting Tips and Ideas
- Real Gardens Grow Natives
- Root Cellaring
- Thrifty Gardening from the Ground Up
- Way We Garden Now
- What Grows Here
- carrots and lettuce
- lettuce and spinach at the base of your peas
- nasturtiums to trap aphids
- marigolds to repel nematodes (and mosquitoes)
Cucumber plants need rich humus-filled soil. They like sun and a wind sheltered location.
Garlic you can plant as soon as the frost is out of the ground.
Lettuce needs lots of organic matter and lots of nitrogen.
Peas - use well prepared and well drained organic soil. They do best in full sun, with high humidity and cool weather. If you plant them early they can survive light frost. Seeds grow best if soaked for 24 hours before planting.
Potatoes - try planting every two weeks before the average last frost. Plant where you grew legumes last year.
Carrots - you can plant then 2 or 3 times (last April, 3rd week of May, and 2nd week of June).
These are notes I made about gardening. See more gardening notes