Your Handy Garden Calendar
Your Handy Garden Calendar
Your Handy Garden Calendar
Your Handy Garden Calendar
Your Handy Garden Calendar

Your Handy Garden Calendar

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Your Handy Garden Calendar - An Annual Handy Gardening Activities Calendar for All the Months of the Year


This book is a handy guide book for all those people, who already have a garden, and have lots and lots of plants growing in them. Not only are you going to get common sense tips, on how you can spend the whole month, doing the activities which need to be done in the garden, since time immemorial, but this is divided into 12 sections, so all you have to do is go up to the month, and see whether you have done some gardening activities required for keeping your garden plants healthy and happy.

You are going to say that you are an experienced gardener, and you know how to take good care of your plants, especially as you have been taking care of them, all these years, in your particular locality, and area, and what do you need a gardening guide for. According to you, half of the activities which I am going to write down here may not be applicable to you.

Remember, that this guide is a general guide, for what is normally done in one particular month, even though that particular activity may not pertain to you, especially if you do not have ferns growing in your garden or possibly, you are living in an area which is not knee-deep in snow in January. Or possibly if you are living Down under. That means you are going to be having high summer in December and snow in June. So under such circumstances, you are going to look under the activities done during the global winter seasons, – November, December, January, February, and March and apply them to your own garden as the case may be.

Nevertheless, I am taking it for granted that you are living in a land where the seasons have their run of the mill normal characteristics, snow in January, February, and March, Spring in April, summer in May, high summer in June and July, rainy season, in August, beginning of the autumn in September and October, and then winter again, in November and December.

You may also say that in your particular corner, chrysanthemums do not bloom in January, because of the hard frost, but January is the time when chrysanthemums bloom in many parts of the world. So like I said, look at the tips, which are suitable for your garden, and apply them, taking it for granted, that once a gardener, always a gardener and you have to go out in the snow!

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • January
  • February
  • March
  • Fernery Time
  • April
  • May
  • Hanging Basket Time
  • June
  • July
  • August
  • September
  • Bulbs
  • October
  • November
  • December
  • Appendix
  • How to Make a Hotbed
  • Conclusion
  • Author Bio
  • Publisher


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