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Just as produce tastes best when it’s growing fresh and local, gardening and craft ideas are better when they are in season. Sign up for What’s in Season, the Garden Therapy weekly newsletter, and I will handpick fresh ideas and deliver them directly to your email inbox.

I’ve been writing the What’s in Season newsletter weekly for over five years now (250+ issues!) and in that time I feel like we have become a strong community of plant-lovers and makers. I put a lot of heart into it each and every week and curate ideas that can inspire you to get a dose of Garden Therapy in your week. It features my new projects and articles, some seasonal ideas, and more personal, behind-the-scenes tidbits, that I don’t share anywhere else.

Here is what some of our readers have to say:

I look forward to Garden Therapy each week. It is my happy go to place. It is the only place one can get what I call personal attention to gardening questions and answers to questions you did not know you wanted to ask. Does that make sense? Thank you ~ Marsha
I just wanted to let you know that I love your newsletter and Facebook site. Your newsletter is one of the few that I read all the way through. There is always so much good information! Thank you. ~ Julia

When you Sign up, here is what you get:

Your Guide to What’s Hot Right Now in Gardening, Crafts, and Recipes

What’s in Season is the essential weekly newsletter to keep up to date with creative gardening projects, DIYs, garden tips, growing guides, natural beauty recipes, food, and crafts related to the garden. Whether you are looking for seasonal gardening and recipes or holiday-themed crafts and decor, projects are chosen each week with a theme in mind.

I love getting your e-mails….especially in the dead of winter in Winnipeg! It’s been 30-40 below here for a few weeks and your sunny e-mails keep me looking forward to spring. ~Anne
Stephanie Rose Garden Therapy Herb Basket

There are an abundance of ideas out there in the world and it’s a lot to wade through. The seasonality of gardening means that there are tips and ideas that are important to you one month, but perhaps not the next month. We are here to help you get the information you want in the easiest way possible!

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Once you sign up, keep your eyes peeled for a confirmation email. You must confirm using the link in that email to be subscribed to the list. To make sure it doesn’t go awry, add hello (at) gardentherapy (dot) ca to your safe senders list.

I want to thank you for all the wonderful ideas you have shared with me via email this year. I usually share them with my local page on Facebook and get lots of positive replies from others in our neighborhood. Thanks for sharing your story and your great website. ~ Helen

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I always enjoy your newsletter. There is so much information and inspiration. ~ Cheryl