2013 Vegetable Planning Guide Calendar

Use this 2013 Calendar as your vegetable planning guide - it gives you the best dates to plant above ground and below ground crops. I always plant by the moon cycles for growing my own vegetables.

Planning your garden is one of the most important aspects to having a successful harvest. Take the time to plan where, what and when you plant all your veggies.

This calendar will help as it lists the best days to plant above ground veggies and below ground veggies. See a sample page.

Above ground crops are vegetables that produce fruit or seed above the ground like Swiss chard, peas, and lettuce. Below ground crops are root vegetables, they produce the food we eat under the ground such as potatoes, beets, and carrots.

Lunar gardening is based upon the moon's gravitational affect on the flow of moisture in the soil and to your plants. I have been planting my vegetables by the phases of the moon for the past 7 years. In my experience seeds planted at certain times of the moon cycle sprout faster and grew better than at other times. I believe it has made a huge difference in the successes of my garden and in the amount of vegetables I harvest

Learn more about planting by the moon cycles

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Downloadable ecalendar (PDF file) - $4.95

Immediately after this purchase, you can download your 2013 Calendar and start planning and organizing your vegetable garden with the best dates to get a great harvest.

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If you need more help with designing your veggie garden check out my Vegetable Garden Plans Check out another book of mine "The Everything Grow Your Own Vegetables"

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