Spring Gardening Series —
What to do, sow & plant in your spring garden

Spring is the busiest time in the garden…but where do you start? It’s overwhelming. We get it. That’s why we’ve put together a step-by-step series on what to do, sow and plant for the coming spring season.

What is it?

A 3-month learning series designed to guide you through your autumn gardening tasks — you’ll get a series of exclusive emails, and access to member-only articles and private Instagram stories from 1 September to 30 November.

We’ll send you week-by-week spring garden to-dos, tips, how-tos, recipes and more.

Timely emails and articles telling you what plants, flowers and vegetables you should be sowing & planting, and when.

Spring gardening to-dos & tasks, with step-by-step guides.

This season’s advice includes:

  • Sowing veggies and summer crops
  • Sowing & growing annual flowers
  • Taking cuttings
  • Filling borders
  • Dividing dahlias
  • Pollination gardening
  • Feeding your garden
  • Essential spring gardening tasks
  • And lots more…

Spring is the best time to set your garden up for summer, and our weekly guide will help you do just that: prepare your garden for summer blooms, get you planting the right things for summer vegetables and gifting you delicious recipes along the way. 

Make the most of the gardening knowledge that our garden experts will share with you throughout the season.

Sower and grower Elly Keen, creative gardener and community builder Phoebe Atkinson, Sage founder Emma Sage and others join us to share their spring garden wisdom.

Iris in spring

Join the Gardening Series

Let us guide you through your spring gardening to-dos, delivered in digestible weekly articles and emails.

Join us this spring — your summer garden will thank you for it!


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Spring’s time to really crack into the garden…but where do you start?

Get our digestible weekly emails with bite-sized tips on what you should be doing, and when you should be doing it. Say goodbye to the overwhelm.

Time whizzes by, and it’s easy to miss the season’s window.

Think of the Spring Gardening Series like a calendar for your garden, with friendly reminders of the small windows of time you have to get things done before summer arrives.

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Grow your own groceries & save on your grocery bill.

Invest a little time in your edible garden — and your supermarket bill will thank you for it (so will your bellies). Harvest and cook with us this spring.

A brilliantly bursting garden doesn’t happen by accident.

It takes preparation, know-how and doing the right things at the right time. (Which, of course, is why the Spring Gardening Series exists *wink, nudge*.)


It’s time to give your garden a ‘spring clean.’ Our weekly guide the garden to-do list into manageable, bit-by-bit tasks, to help you get your outdoors ready before summer arrives.


Our experts will help you make the most of spring growing conditions — sunshine, rain and warmer days. The result? A garden exploding with growth: bursting with flowers and an abundance of edibles.

Pick & Harvest

We all want that beautiful summer garden, bursting with brilliance, ripe vegetables and a rainbow of colour. Plant flowers and veggies through spring, so you can enjoy them for months to come!

Season Membership


With this option, you will join us for the next individual Gardening Series.

Our next Gardening Series is SPRING — Kicking off 1 September 2024 and running through to 30 November 2024

You’ll get our weekly emails and access to exclusive content on Sage Journal for three months during the busy spring season of gardening.


Join for a Year


Join our Yearly Membership and you’ll gain access to both of our seasonal Gardening Series courses (autumn and spring) with 15% off.

You’ll also be able to access exclusive Gardening Series content on the Sage Journal website for the whole year.

(Ps. You can upgrade to a Yearly Member at any time.)