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Re: 2006 Calendar

Very cool calendar, Daryl. I just ordered some for friends, but I fear I ordered for the wrong growing season. We'll just have to wait and find out...
----- Original Message ----- From: "Daryl" <pulis@mindspring.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Tuesday, November 22, 2005 12:07 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] 2006 Calendar


I'm going to use the "Gardening by the Moon Calendar" this year. Many years ago, this area was a hotbed of old-timers who gardened by the moon. They'd call in to my radio show and tell the other listeners what to plant and when. They also very patiently tried to explain to me "how", but it didn't stick.

A woman in California has taken that information and made a calendar out of it that tells when to plant leaf and root crops, trees, vines, graft, prune, transplant, cultivate compost , water and fertilize for each date. It also has a page of to-dos for each month. It comes in 3 versions for different parts of the country based on first and last frost dates, so it should be easy to follow.

With luck, I might remember to follow it, and with luck, I might actually be able to tell a difference. The old-timers especially had great luck with keeping weeds down, and claimed it's because they did it at the right time. If nothing else, it's still a calendar.

My vet usually has cute calendars too, and I'll hang one of those so that Bill can keep track of his stuff, too.


----- Original Message ----- From: <kmrsy@netzero.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Wednesday, November 16, 2005 2:47 PM
Subject: [CHAT] 2006 Calendar

So what calendars are y'all planning to use for next year? Gardening related? Or something else?

I've used Get Fuzzy wall calendars for the past 3 years, but I got the
Deadalus catalogue 2 weeks ago and they had Hans Sylvester's Cats in the
Sun wall calendar cheap, so I went for that. I had one years ago and
loved it so much that I now have 2 of his books. I also got the same one
for my sister in Alberta and for my sister here I got a Rocky &
Bullwinkle calendar. For the woman I work with who is a horse fanatic, I
got a pop-up wall calendar of horse pics. I think her kids will like it

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