Now that we are FINALLY getting some rain in California, I don’t feel ironic for posting garden inspiration and tutorials. Since we will be moving soon, I didn’t want to get my full garden going, so I made a coffee can planter for my rosemary. This is perfect for the novice gardener who is a little nervous about starting a harvest or a seasoned gardener who employs a mini herb garden by the kitchen. And the kiddos can join, too!
I’m so very proud to announce that you can find the full tutorial in the Spring issue of Childhood Magazine, a new kid-centric magazine in Sacramento!
Since I already had the can, the paint and the soil, this only cost me the price of the rosemary – which was a few dollars at the local nursery. Now that the garden season is in mild swing, I will be sharing more garden goodies in the near future.
Have you started your garden yet? If so, do you have anything fun to share? Post in the comments and on social media. And thank you again, Childhood Magazine, for having me. It was a pleasure!
Stay thrifty, my friends.