30 Day Plan From Beginner To Grower
Wish you had a green thumb but feel like a total novice?
》Have you always wanted to grow something but don’t know how?
》Maybe you’ve tried a few times before but everything died?
》Are you desperate to get the kids involved in getting outdoors more?
Well, don’t worry, this 30 day planning toolkit will start from the very beginning, and go through every step, day by day. Giving you the confidence and know-how to plan ahead, get organised and grow your very first successful garden totally based on your space, needs and dreams!
This guide will take you through simple steps that help you go from beginner to confident vegetable grower in 30 Days!!
Whatever the size of your growing space, whether you want to grow a little on your windowsill or plan a whole new kitchen garden outside your backdoor this guide with help you get it right the first time.
So, Grab a cup of something delicious (a must have garden tool) and have a read through and familiarise yourself with each step.
I’ve split this process up into a 30 day plan so you don’t feel overwhelmed and can complete a little task each day while you keep on top of everyday life.
However, you could just get comfy on a wet January day with a mug of tea or something festive and go through this plan in one afternoon.
It’s a fantastic way to lose yourself in your garden dreams and let your imagination run away.
Either way, by the end of this guide, you will be ready and able to put your plans into action and enjoy every second of seeing those tiny seeds turn into delicious food on your plate.
Making memories your children will never forget.
Rather Get Started Right Away??
Why not try our Beginner Family Vegetable Gardening Course?
- Lifetime access with all updates for free
- 13 self-paced modules ( which includes 37 lessons )
- A full years calendar you can keep all the information you need in one place AND reuse it year after year!
- A goal planning worksheet to set out your hopes and dreams
- A Garden Layout Plan. Where you can lay your ideas down on paper to the correct scale.
- A 5 Year Crop Rotation Sheet, This gives you the vegetable families and how to rotate them to keep your ground healthy.
- Companion Planting Chart. A sheet which gives you a basic understanding of what plants can be planted together to help each plant grow better.
- A Growing Record. This one is very useful as you progress through the year. Fill in what vegetables your growing, when to sow and harvest and all other information relevant to growing this plant well. When to feed it for example and with what, so you have a log of what to do and when instead of having to look it up every time.
- A Vegetable Sowing Calendar. This chart gives you the normal sowing times for these vegetable seeds in the uk. It also gives you the approximate harvesting time so you can plan ahead in your 12 month calendar.
- Compost Making Sheet. This one will help you know what items to compost to make fertile soil for your plants. It also helps you work out what not to compost
- Mistakes To Avoid. We all make mistakes and we will make tons more but this sheet should get you started without making too many to begin with but remember gardening is a lot of trial and error. So try to see ‘mistakes’ as learning opportunities!
Take advantage of this step-by-step course and get started today!
- This is a self-paced online course.
- Once you sign up and pay for your course, you’ll have access to all the modules and supplemental material.
- You can read all the lessons in a module in one day, or take as long as you need to go through each of them.
- Each module is full of information and easy-to-follow lessons
By the end of the course, you’ll have a solid foundation, a new skill set and the tools and steps you need to achieve all your goals.
If I Can Do it, So Can You!
I grew up watching my dad produce amazing vegetables but when I tried to grow my own, everything either got eaten by the birds or turned to shrivelled up, twisted stumps.
They even called me the green reaper!!!
So I gave up!.
However, circumstances changed and eventually I had to stay home to raise my babies. I had no idea how I could do that and still contribute to our family’s finances.
I made the decision to stay at home and start a garden that would feed my growing family nutitious, chemical free fruit and vegetables and in turn, save me money on our grocery bils. It took alot of trial and error but slowly I learned each step and I’ve never looked back since.
With a little help and guidance, you can create your own little slice of heaven. ( Get more information here)