I didn’t create this plan, but I am going to use it.
Jayme of the inimitable Tales From The Coopkeeper did.
I think it is brilliant and just what I need for my feelings of ‘how am I going to get everything in order for the spring’?
I am going to take care of my 1 acre yard including all of the flower beds, my new tomato beds, and all of my plants in containers in zones.
Otherwise without a plan, I might be found napping under one of our shade trees in my Ross Dress for Less caftan.
Plus- and I know this sounds so weird to many of you- we are already having windy days in the 80’s.
So here is the plan.
Each day I will work in a certain zone and make sure that area looks as it should and has all it needs.
I am not however going to assign zones to certain days.
I am simply going to rotate zones.
There is a subtle difference there for those of us who are organizationally rebellious.
This makes perfect sense to me.
Back patio and flower beds surrounding it.
Esperanza Garden area
(esperanza means hope)
La Brecha area and front yard (brecha loosely translated means an opening)
Tomato and Zinnia beds.