By: Garden4Dinner

I am sharing my list of resources. My list includes, websites, books, soil testing, supplies, seeds, classes, and activities.

Some of the lists below have the same items because a website that applies to anyone also applies to those that live in Seattle. Only click on the link that is the most applicable to you.

I will update these and add more as I find new or remember old resources. If you have a resource you are particularly fond of and it isn’t included on this list, please share it with me, I always like to learn new things.

This list doesn’t include any of the wonderful gardening blogs I follow.

I try to purchase seeds online because they store their seeds in better conditions than in the store.

Applies to Anyone
United States
USDA Zone 7-8 or Average Annual Extreme Minimum Temperature 5F to 20F or -15C to -6.7C
Seattle or Pacific Northwest

 


Applies to Anyone

Websites

Books

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United States

Websites

Books

Soil Testing

Supplies

Seeds and Plants

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USDA Zone 7-8 (Average Annual Extreme Minimum Temperature 5F to 20F or -15C to -6.7C)

These resources may apply to the climate zone, not just the Pacific Northwest

Websites

Books

Soil Testing

Supplies

Seeds

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Seattle or Pacific Northwest

Classes

There are so many great classes going on because it is spring. Some of them are even free.

Activities

Websites

Soil Testing

Supplies

Seeds and Plants

If you live in King County, WA and you need specific plant advice, contact me and I will share who I contact for advice. It is a free and excellent resource.


 

 

 

Do you have any other excellent resources you use that you can share?

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