Summer is here and we hope your garden is thriving! Make the most of your garden by succesion planting. Succession planting is a great technique to maximize yields and extend the harvest season. By planting crops in multiple stages, you can enjoy a continuous supply of fresh produce throughout the summer. But, we can’t deny that we are already excited about planting fall crops. Now is an ideal time for gardeners to start planning ahead and begin preordering bulbs for the next season. With an array of options available, from tulips to daffodils, fall planting bulbs ensure a colorful and vibrant display that your future self will thank you for.
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On average, Canada’s frost-free growing season starts May 23 and ends Oct 31, totalling 161 days. One way to extend your gardening season is by using our Jiffy Seed Starting Materials for indoor seed starting! Shop from our collection of indoor seed starting supplies including peat pellets, indoor greenhouses, heat mats and grow light. We try to make your seed starting experience as simple as possible by offering top quality seed starter pods (also known as peat pellets) and seed starter trays.SHOP Seed Starting
Succession planting is a technique used in gardening and agriculture to maximize the productivity of a growing space by planting crops in a staggered manner throughout the growing season. The purpose of succession planting is to ensure a continuous harvest and efficient use of available resources such as soil, sunlight, and water. By planting new crops immediately after the previous ones are harvested, you can take advantage of the optimal growing conditions and extend the productive period of your garden or farm.
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In Canada, there are no areas warm enough to go beyond USDA Zone 9. That means when you're researching hardiness zones in Canada, guides go from 0-9.
Natural Resources Canada has a search feature where you can find your planting zone!
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