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2017 Garden Calendar - Indoor Flower Power

Richard Jauron

For many, active gardening begins in spring and ends in autumn. But the indoor gardener reaps rewards year round. Each month of this beautiful calendar brings you striking, closeup photos of the endearingly familiar and dramatically exotic indoor plants that bring flower power into our homes.

The large calendar grid offers you ideal space to record your indoor garden’s progress as well as note planting, emergence, and harvesting dates and totals for your outdoor garden. You can put timely tips to use for both indoor and outdoor garden chores.

Currently in production, the 2017 garden calendar is expected to be available mid- to late-August 2016.

Supply will be limited, so be sure to pick up enough copies for yourself and for holiday gifts. Gardeners, anyone who enjoys the outdoors and the beauty of nature alike will certainly thank you.


Previously known as PM 815.

Pages / Length: 28
Publication Date: 08/2016




Permanent link for this product: https://store.extension.iastate.edu/Product/4127


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