As we near the end of the year, many of you are probably starting to pen some ambitious new year’s resolutions, aren’t you? Although we love the idea of having goals for 2018, we also know that plenty of people are notorious for never following through with their resolutions. Don’t worry, we’re guilty too.
New Year’s resolutions are just wishes without a plan, so, to turn them into realities, you need to create concrete steps to achieve them. In this post, we’re going to help you find some gardening resolutions that are actually achievable. Then, we’ll give you some tips on ways you can make these resolutions realities! Because every gardener surely has a few things he or she would like to improve upon.
Ready to grab hold of your gardening in 2018?
Gardening Resolutions for 2018
Say it with us. This year, I will…
- Use natural pest repellents
- Plant drought-tolerant plants
- How: These varieties are low-fuss.
- Up my weeding game
- How: Follow these five simple steps!
- Plan at least one garden party
- Properly plan for my vacation
- How: Make sure you have a plan for your plants; this guide breaks it down by the length of your vacation.
- Share the fruits of my labor
- How: Take a clue from your kindergarten days and remember that sharing is caring. You can share seeds, veggies, cut flowers, and books to spread the joy.
- Organize my garden shed (finally)
- How: We love these organizational secrets.
- Not overwater my plants
- How: These five tips< will ensure your houseplants never suffer again. You’ve got this.
- Welcome wildlife
- How: Plant varieties such as Geranium Rozanne that attract bees and birds to help fuel the world’s food supply.
- Spend more time in the garden
- How: Make a promise to yourself to spend a few minutes every day tending to your garden—that could be weeding, watering, or simply sitting amongst the beauty and soaking it all in.
Alright, now who’s ready to make 2018 their best gardening year? Let us know your gardening resolutions that we may have missing in the comments, and don’t forget to join Rozanne’s Inner Circle for more garden-friendly advice.