Clyde’s Garden Planner is a unique, and handy, Vegetable Planting Slide Chart which presents gardening events in a time-phased format, using a horizontal calendar so that it is possible to see the entire Planting, Growing, and Harvesting period at a glance, (Chart Size = 51/8″ x 81/2″).
Chart shows proper Indoor and Outdoor planting times relative to local spring and fall frost dates for 22 commonly grown garden vegetables.
Since frost dates vary, the RED frost line slides, making Clyde’s chart useful in most parts of the Northern Hemisphere, where frost is a critical gardening factor. A Listing of Local Spring and Fall frost dates is included in the directions, (US and Canada).
The front of the chart presents the Spring Season, and the flip side acts as a guide for Fall gardeners.
Chart also provides planting data; seed quantity, seeding depths and row/plant distances, minimum outdoor soil temperature for germination, sunlight requirements, expected yield and natural companions for companion planting, (where the roots nourish each other)….See Diagram Above.
Seller = Clyde, the guy who designed this chart. We have been selling Clyde’s chart for 20 years, over 300,000 sold! Get One For A Friend! Paste URL to see four minute demo video at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c11ajKPfZEQ
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Chart Provides Both Indoor and Outdoor Seeding Dates for 22 Commonly Grown Garden Veggies, (Chart Size = 51/8″ x 81/2″).
Comes with listing of Local Frost Dates, USA and Canada (Has a Sliding Frost Line)
Gives Seed Quantity, Seeding Dimensions: Planting Depths, Distance Between Rows & Between Plants, Essential Tool for any Gardener, and for Homesteading!
Includes a Companion Planting Guide, Sunlight Requirements, Min. Soil Temps, Expected Yield. Over 300,000 Sold! Get One For A Friend! ……..Free Shipping as a Letter, Standard US Postal Service, Delivery can take up to 15 days, (First Class Letter, No Postal Tracking Number.) Note:Chart is less useful in southern California, South Florida and South Texas where frost is not a critical gardening factor..