Garden Calendar

Use an extra calendar or an old calendar to remind yourself when to do various garden chores. Each time you come by new planting or care instructions, write the infomation under the appropriate dates. For example, put “prune grapes” on Feb. 22, “repot and fertilize poinsettia” on May 1 and “plant spring bulbs” on Oct. 15. It doesn't matter what year the calendar is. This just lets you know what time of year each job should be done. After several years of adding information, your calendar is fairly complete,and you can tell at a glance which chores need to be done each month.

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