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Garden Planting Calendar

March 21, 2013

Garden Planting Calendar Photo

In my blog reading pursuits I’ve stumbled upon another spreadsheet fan and am excited to utilize their tool this year.  It’s really neat!  Just figure out what zone you’re in and update the last frost date to figure out when to put each plant variety into the ground.  Remember some plants actually like it cold and don’t freeze, so just because it’s a winter wonderland in some places doesn’t mean planting isn’t right around the corner.

You can check out this blogger at http://compostings.wordpress.com/.  They have some great stuff and I am thankful that they allowed me to repost this great spreadsheet on mine!

Cheers,

The UNgardener

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2 Comments
  1. So happy you find me! Love your blog. Good to know there are other gardener/excel nerds out there.

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