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Valley of The Sun Gardening Calendar - 2015

Calendar January 2015 (12 Months)
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Blessed with 300+ sunny days in a climate similar to the Mediterranean part of the world, the Valley of The Sun (Phoenix, Arizona Metro) we can grow vegetables, herbs and fruits year-round here. Most of the success is attributed to understanding when to plant for the variety. Tomatoes and Basil are warm weather crops, whereas kale, lettuces and roots are cool weather crops. With this month-by-month planting guide and tips YOU can garden 365 days a year, harvesting great food from your own backyard. If you live in USDA Zone 9b or Sunset Magazine Zone 13 - this calendar will work for you too!

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  • By MaryMcP
    Jan 26, 2015
    This calendar is a great guide for all things relating to gardening in the low desert. From seed-sowing and plant-out dates, expected frost dates, a recipe for safe pest control soap to a very helpful when to water guide. This calendar has everything I need all in one handy wall calendar. Great gift idea for our gardening buddies too! Thanks for this wonderful garden tips by month guide!
  • By mizpat
    Jan 20, 2015
    This is such a great idea! I get busy sometimes and forget to do my gardening chores, and this calendar is such a good reminder. Now, I'm going to be more organized!
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First Month
January 2015
Calendar Length
12 Months
Format
Standard Calendar
Language
English
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