• Josie Coco

Just 15 minutes to reflect

Day 246/366 days Towards Self-Mastery.


In springtime in the garden we gardeners put everything in order for the coming planting to get the best start to a plentiful spring and summer harvest.


Getting the planting beds ready, mulching the no-dig gardens (all mine are no-dig gardens), liberally composting the fruiting trees and setting the seeds in trays on my deck so that I can keep an eye on them in their early growth stages.



Time is spent dead-heading any left over blooms from the late autumn to encourage plentiful blooms to invite the bees into the garden for spring.


Fruit fly traps are placed strategically around the garden.