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Gardening Series, Part 18
More About Caring for Your Garden
And a garden maintenance tip.
from the Question Line Duo

Update: May 26, 2019

The Gardening Series

Caring for Garden Cont


We can almost see the plants growing as we walk through the Perelandra garden on these late-spring afternoons. It's a lush early garden that needs thinning almost every day. We hope you are all enjoying watching your garden grow, too.

Now we all forge ahead. . . . Along with this growth comes care and maintenance. If you missed it, read last week's Caring for Your Garden now. Then continue with your next "assignment" below.


Start

Gut Gardeners

Begin reading where we left off on page 202 of your Garden Workbook at "Nature Shift for Soil Balancing," and continue through to page 206.

Be sure to read Troubleshooting 2.0, even though you aren't using PKTT (kinesiology or muscle testing).

There may be times you'll want to use the Perelandra Solutions to address imbalances in your garden and this Process will give you the questions to think about. ETS for Plants, ETS for Soil and EoP all can be used without PKTT. Dosage and application instructions are in the brochures:

2.0 Gardeners

Begin reading where we left off on page 202 at "Nature Shift for Soil Balancing," and continue through to page 206.

If you find yourself short on time and can't stop to test the 2.0 Troubleshooting, you can still take the first step for restoring balance. Use the dosage and application instructions found in the ETS for Plants, ETS for Soil and EoP brochures. (See left for links.)

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CC Garden Kit

For a quick refresher on when to use your Perelandra Garden Solutions and Soil Balancing and Stabilizing Process Kit, or when to do a Troubleshooting Process:

Your Co-Creative Gardener's Kit and When To Use It


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Garden Maintenance Tip

Chapter 11 of The Perelandra Garden Workbook is a nice (and short!) reference to keep nearby as you move through the summer with your garden.

Make a copy of pages 195-206, slip them into those handy plastic sheet protectors and keep them on a clipboard (or in a small binder) with your garden tools.



If you feel overwhelmed, get stuck or have questions about these instructions, call our Question Hot Line. We enjoy helping you through blocks, and keeping the steps manageable and simple.

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