New to gardening? A common issue is deciding what to do when. Kansas Healthy Yards and Communities from K-State Research and Extension offers some advice.
The gardening calendar covers all aspects of caring for plants:
- Vegetables and fruits.
- Trees and shrubs.
The completeness of this calendar ensures that nothing falls through the cracks. Just a few examples from May:
- Seeding warm-season vegetables.
- Cultivating with a hoe.
- Planting kitchen herbs.
- Thinning apples.
- Pinching chrysanthemums.
- Planting container gardens.
- Mowing grass.
- Moving houseplants outdoors.
An easy way to stay organized throughout the year. Great resource for Kansans!
The Family Garden Journal
Make keeping up even easier by adding relevant tasks from the online gardening calendar to the monthly calendars, daily to-dos, and future notes in this journal. Free sample pages are available.