Gardening Calendar

Despite what many people think, gardening is a year round activity. Planting, fertilizing, and pruning are best done at different times of the year depending on the zone in which you live and whether you're dealing with annuals, perennials, vines, shrubs, trees, or bulbs.

The gardening calendar breaks up the year into 6 parts: spring, early summer, late summer, fall, early winter, and late winter.

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Within each of these seasons you'll get tips on how to care for: annuals, perennials, vines, bulbs, shrubs, trees, lawns and groundcovers.

Maximize the impact of your efforts by planning out your activities all year round with this free gardening calendar.

Gardening Calendar

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