2012 Gardeners Planting Calendar – Zone 8
The Gardeners Planting Calendar is back and better than ever for 2012 with a simplified design for easier use. The number of pages has also been reduced in order to walk-the-walk and not just talk-the-talk of caring for the environment. On each month is ample space for writing and doodling garden plans and tasks.
The Gardening year begins in March for many and so does this calendar begin. Colors coordinate from number to plant listing for what is optimally planted using Jon Jeavons Bio-intensive recommendations. Bio-intensive growing uses both the phases of the moon and the amount of time each seed takes to germinate. Plants printed in Orange are best planted on Orange colored days, with Green colored days best for those plants printed in Green.
At the back of the calendar are pages to keep track of your planting: plant, variety, date planted, yield, etc. The back cover features a climate zone map from the Arbor Day Foundation and a place for you to keep track of your favourite seed company’s information and your customer number to speed the ordering process.
The Gardener’s Planting Calendar is made by a gardener for gardeners to allow for more time in the garden doing what you love!
Garden Guide to the Productive Potager + Zone 8 Planting Calenda
Like Bundled Bargains? I do and think that you may, too. So here’s one… purchase a Garden Guide to the Productive Potager: A Collection of Essential Charts and you can get the a 2012 Gardeners Planting Calendar for half price. You say you have a brown thumb, but I don’t believe it. Gardening is a set of skills which can be learned with some key information. The combination of a “Gardener’s Planting Calendar” for your climate zone and the “Gardeners Guide to the Productive Potager: A Collection of Essential Charts” is a powerful combination of garden resources to guide you in attaining your dream of eating healthfully and have beautiful plants.
Do you ever ask these questions:
- How much should I plant, and how closely?
- What is crop rotation?
- What plants attract bees and butterflies?
- How much should I grow for fresh eating? For preservation?
- I don’t have much space, what can I grow in containers?
- And more!!!
Just as the name indicates, this little publication is a densely filled easy to use reference guide for bothe the newbie and experienced gardener. Beautiful photographs are found throughout with easy to read type. In reviews this little publication was called “pure gold,” and I think you will feel the same way!
For less than $2.00 per month, you can have a powerful combination of tools. These two items can save you at least that amount on your grocery bill for food healthier than you can purchase at the store.
And I just want to add, to all the folks who have asked me about gardening over the past few years – well, the information contained in these products should answer a lot of those questions! And if I missed one you have, please let me know by sending me an email through the contact page!