Hi all! I've made a drastic leap. I've been keeping live planted aquariums, or ornamental indoor potted plants and have a mega-green thumb. Outdoors, I'm not so good. I took the leap last spring and started an outdoor veggie garden. Yes, it is a huge difference. I did tons of research on the plants I wanted, how much sun they need, and trying to get the timing right, but I didn't do a bit of research on prepping the soil, hence, it was just dirt. Surprisingly enough, it did ok. Well, this year I want to do it right. I'm off to a bad start already because I realize I should have started prepping the soil last autumn, but I was told I can make up for it. Any advice? I have a 12x12 plot. I was told to buy a bale of sphagnum moss and rake that in. Until I looked online, I was convinced that that would do the trick. Now, I see that the person meant to say peat moss, not sphagnum moss. I will switch my notes, both on paper and mentally, to peat moss, but should I still do anything with sphagnum moss? My mental note is only adding peat moss, but is having trouble erasing sphagnum moss. Please help!