Are you tired of meticulously sowing carrot seeds in your garden and never getting the results you want?
Well, it might be time to embrace chaos gardening!
In a viral TikTok video with over 700k views, @meggrowsplants shares her secret to growing carrots successfully - chaos gardening!
Check out the video below to see how she plants her carrots in a chaotic manner that might just change the way you garden forever.
@meggrowsplants Not everyone is going to agree with me on this but everyone is asking how i plant my carrots, and this is it! Just choatically throwing them around every few weeks. Its the only thing that has worked for me when it comes to growing carrots 🤷🏻♀️ i love my chaos carrots! #gardenwithme #gardening #gardentok #growingcarrots #growcarrots #growyourownfood #gardenharvest #gardeningtiktok #gardentips ♬ original sound - MegGrowsPlants
As seen in the video, @meggrowsplants shows us how she plants her carrots by just dumping the whole bag out into her hand.
Then she finds random bare spots in the garden and sprinkles the seeds everywhere.
This method of planting carrots in a chaotic manner may seem counterintuitive, but it works!
Just be sure to keep your garden watered for a few weeks. You may also want to throw in fertilizer to help the carrots cope.
You can try these fertilizers: 7 Best Fertilizers for Carrots
Carrots Are Every Plant's Best Friend (Except Celery)
Carrots are a great companion plant for pretty much everything, except for celery, and they grow well in random spots.
And when the carrots start popping up in unexpected places, they can be fondly called "chaos carrots."
The best part?
You can throw them around every couple of weeks to ensure a continuous harvest of carrots.
While this method may not work for everyone, it's worth a try if you're tired of being meticulous about sowing your carrots.
As @meggrowsplants says, "I used to be so meticulous about how I sowed carrots in my garden and they never worked. And I just started saying, whatever, chaos gardening. And I get really good carrots now."
So, embrace the chaos and try sprinkling your carrot seeds around your garden.
Who knows, you might end up with a bountiful harvest of "chaos carrots" too!
And if you want to try chaos gardening with other vegetables, @meggrowsplants suggests giving it a try with other plants as well.
If you want to grow carrots indoors, then head on over and read how here: How To Grow Carrots Indoors [A Beginner’s Guide]
Have you tried chaos gardening before? Let us know in the comments!