Where do you find the best starter plants for a summer gardern ???

The posts have been in frequent for a good time now. The team is taken a break and then some soul-searching as to what type of theme we want the blog to have. Luckily we all arrived at the same conclusion which is we would like it to make it about families on the go. The point is that we are going to have more of a commonplace book of areas in the northwestern region specifically right now around Beaverton Oregon that are highlights of where we like to go. We would invite anyone who reads this particular post to please contact us either here on the blog through social media that are twitter handle or at our Gmail account shown below. If you would like your website represented on our particular link list please let us know your in we would be more than happy to add you to our list. Please note that we will not accept all websites because this is a family orientated presentation of content. We will take our discretion and decide who what where how and why would like to have posted on our site. At the end of the day though we will be deftly favorable towards almost all links that have some sort of relevance to Northwest families on the go.


For the rest of today’s post, I want to ask a simple question. The topic is where do you get the best starter plants from for a garden? Our family has been on the go but we would like to have a small garden because the enjoyable season for gardening has now started. Morgan has beautiful weather and can host a wide variety of plants vegetables and fruits over the summer period. Deciding which of these to grow is always a challenge because spaces to be limited in a typical suburbia house which is what we have. Last year we tried many of our plans from seeds and had a good success rate until the slugs moved in. The slugs managed to mow down the entire row of lettuce which while the baby lettuce was delicious the mature lettuce never made it to fruition. I was able to use a little bit of natural remedies which included eggshells bark and other rough materials as well as some salt certain areas to slow them down significantly. This year we decided to mulch the entirety with bark dust, hopefully this will work. Otherwise we will have to go back to the normal means and try and put a little salt around our garden. The main premise was why not pay a little bit extra to have the plant already started several down the road? The garden that we had made last year we did start several plans early move them outside and about the appropriate time and had a late dip in the weather. I do not remember it being a late frost but in either event it really slowed down the production of several of our different plant species.

But we decided why not invest a little extra money on gathering these plans early in the moving through the rest of their distribution throughout the garden. At the end of the day if they die off it is very easy to go back to the store and grab a few more and move forward. This was the genesis of what lead us to want to know the best places to find the most cost-effective starter plants. Please make your submission blown the comment section or feel free to reach out to us on twitter or our Gmail account. We would love to hear your thoughts!

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