In this issue:

  1. March in the GardenGet Your Spring On
  2. Podcast: Gardening for Health
  3. Gardenerd Tip of the Month: Spring Planting Guide
  4. Gardenerd Product of the Month: Plan Your Abundant Edible Garden Course

1. March in the Garden – Get Your Spring On

Welcome to Spring, gardenerds! Last frost is near for most of the country, and if you haven’t started seeds indoors yet, it’s probably time. There’s still plenty of time to plan your garden on paper (see our planting guide below), and dream big for another great gardening season.

This month Gardenerd HQ, our sprouts for tomatoes, peppers, and parsley have all germinated. We’re picking Romanesco, cabbage, green onions, winter radishes, salad greens and citrus fruits from the garden and mini orchard. There’s a superbloom happening here as well. Nasturtiums, California poppies, calendula, nicotiana, love-in-a-mist, and bells of Ireland are carpeting the yard. Bees are happily collecting pollen and nectar, so we added a super to the hive. This week we’ll be planting our Greenstalk Garden and harvesting potatoes. Hang in for more details.

In this newsletter, you’ll find our latest podcast about gardening for health. And our spring planning guide is back for 2024. Also, since we can’t figure out how to turn off registration, Plan Your Abundant Edible Garden is still OPEN! See details below. Get your spring on, and start planning and planting!

Happy gardening,


Savoy cabbage
Savoy cabbage is almost ready to pick

2. Podcast: Gardening for Health

Perla Sofia shares her tips for garden for health and wellness.

Our latest podcast features Perla Sofia Curbelo-Santiago, and her delightful upbeat ideas for gardening to improve your health and well-being.

Podcast: Gardening for Health with Perla Sofia

3. Gardenerd Tip of the Month – Spring Planting Guide

Summer harvest
Are these on your list of things to grow this spring?

Spring Planting Guide

Every year we publish our spring planting guide as a refresher for those who need it. “What to grow” changes depending on where you live. Watch our popular video to guide you through the list of possibilities.

Spring Planting Guide

4. Gardenerd Product of the Month – Plan Your Abundant Edible Garden Online Course!

More learning opportunities

Yeah, we sort of haven’t figured out how to turn off open registration for our latest online course, so it’s still OPEN! It goes deep and shares all our best tips and tricks to help you Plan Your Abundant Edible Garden every season. If you have a small-space garden, you’ll find these tips even more helpful. Learn what to grow when (in WAY more detail than our free video above), and all our recommendations for the best resources for your best garden yet.

Stay tuned for more tips and tidbits from Get your spring on now, and happy gardening!

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