January 2017 Newsletter

Organic Gardening Tips for an Abundant Harvest

The Micro Gardener January 2017 Newsletter - Tips on Sowing Leafy Greens, Garden Journals, 2017 Garden Goals + My 2016 Garden Harvests

Hi and welcome to the first Newsletter for 2017 in a new fresh format!

Each month I’ll be sharing a short ‘How To’ video plus bite-sized tips and inspiration to help you grow an abundant, healthy garden in just minutes. Dig in!


5 Tips on Sowing Leafy Greens

In this quick 2 minute video clip, I share easy-to-apply tips on succession planting, varieties, microclimates, harvesting and nutrients.

Like this video? Let me know in the comments if you found this helpful.


Leafy greens kale spinach in green smoothieLeafy Greens: Did you know?

Dark leafy greens are high in magnesium, an important nutrient often missing in our diets. This mineral is responsible for many chemical functions in your body and deficiencies can results in a variety of health problems.

Add a few spinach or kale leaves to smoothies, lightly steam leafy greens with your meals or enjoy raw in salads.


Why a Garden Journal is Your Most Valuable Tool

Want to minimize mistakes and maximize successes in your garden? Discover HOW keeping a journal can help you take a SHORTCUT to becoming an expert gardener in your own garden. I share lessons I’ve learned, 12 benefits of keeping a garden journal, how to use one with examples and options to help you find a format that suits you. Check out these tips in my latest article ‘Why a Garden Journal is Your Most Valuable Tool‘.

Why a Garden Journal is Your Most Valuable Tool


Setting Garden Goals for this Year

Not sure what to focus on this year? Need help with problems you had last year and want to resolve? Now is a good time for reflecting on lessons you can learn from past experiences and start fresh. I’ve put a lot of thought into how to help you with really practical tips in this article ‘17 Garden Goals for Your Health and Wellbeing.’

17 Garden Goals for Your Health and Wellbeing


Visual Tour of My 2016 Garden Harvests

In my January blog, I share photos of what I’ve grown over the past year to give you an idea what you can achieve in just a few hours a week, with the right techniques and good design. CLICK HERE to take a peek at my garden.

Harvests from My 2016 Garden

I hope this will inspire you to join my eLearning classes this year as I walk you through step-by-step how to achieve abundance without heavy labour, hours of work and frustration. I’m so excited to share this with you next month!


New Mini eCourse Starting Soon!

Next month, I’ll be inviting you to join me for my first online class – stay tuned for details on eCourses.


“Gardens speak of paradise, of freedom, of being yourself. Gardens say, slow down, look around you. Believe, hope, blow away those cranky thoughts. Gardens talk – if you are willing to listen, and remain quiet only – awed by the greatness of the music of your soul.” – Zoraida Rivera Morales



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Moon Calendar now available on Amazon

Did you know I have an Amazon Store with garden supplies, organic seeds and books I’ve hand picked? Making a purchase helps support my work in educating people to grow good health. It doesn’t cost you anymore! You can visit it from my Shop Menu.

The Perpetual Moon Calendar is now available on Amazon.


If you missed the tips in my last newsletter, CLICK HERE.


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Thanks for reading! Until next month, I encourage you to embrace dirty fingernails, muddy boots and the joys of growing your own.

Anne Gibson | The Micro Gardener NewsletterI look forward to sharing more ways to grow good health soon.

Happy gardening,

Anne Gibson, The Micro Gardener

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8 Comments

  1. Tammy Carter February 5, 2017 at 6:35 am - Reply

    So loved your video, 5 Tips….., espousing the virtues of succession gardening.
    Even as a Master Gardener i need to be reminded of the basics and encouraged to strive for the most bountiful sustained harvest! I am so excited to have found your site and have suggested your site to so many people even before the jan newsletter came out! i have never grown micro-greens before and with looming health challenges for my family i am so hopeful that healthier, power packed micro greens will be a path to better over-all health.
    I started your site for the micro-green info but the site is so beautifully done and overflowing with many different subjects that i know i will be accessing it daily to see what is added and waiting anxiously for the next month’s enewsletter. I feel like i just found TREASURE!!!
    thank you for what must be a huge endeavor. Your passion is a great support to people and our planet.
    Tammy

    • Anne Gibson February 5, 2017 at 6:57 am - Reply

      Hi Tammy
      Wow! Thank you SO much for your encouraging feedback. Reading a comment like yours are MY ‘WHY’ – why I get up in the morning and work hard to share my passion and what I’ve learned with others. I want to make a small difference in the world. Help people help themselves to live a healthier, more sustainable life. Changing little things can make a BIG difference to our health and wellbeing.
      I am so grateful for this opportunity and look forward to connecting with you as part of this online community of gardeners who share a love for what we do and grow.
      Thanks again Tammy. You’ve made my day.
      Warm regards Anne 🙂

  2. Cathy February 3, 2017 at 5:35 am - Reply

    Hi Anne
    I have had some very useful information from your site, Your “How To” videos are a lovely idea and are a big inspiration to me. Keep doing what your doing, its great.
    Rgds Cathy

    • Anne Gibson February 3, 2017 at 5:43 am - Reply

      Thanks Cathy – really appreciate your feedback! Great to hear you enjoyed the first ‘How To’ video – more to come in this series of tips. Happy gardening, Anne

  3. Amanda Davis January 26, 2017 at 1:31 pm - Reply

    Hi Anne,
    I really enjoyed your video and it has encouraged me to keep going in my garden even though I thought it was too hot to try and grow stuff.

    • Anne Gibson January 26, 2017 at 2:13 pm - Reply

      Hi Amanda
      Thanks so much for your feedback on the video. Glad it inspired you to get growing. Microclimates can make the world of difference – a little shade protection over summer + heat tolerant lettuce varieties are the way to grow. Keep me posted with your results!
      Cheers Anne

  4. Narelle January 26, 2017 at 12:23 pm - Reply

    Hi Anne,
    Videos are a great addition to your web site.. love the lettuce one!
    Rgds Narelle

    • Anne Gibson January 26, 2017 at 12:25 pm - Reply

      Thanks for the feedback Narelle – more ‘How To’ videos to come with quick tips. If you have suggestions for particular topics, let me know! Cheers Anne

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