Spring is an exciting time for us gardeners. It’s a busy time, too! After a winter of planning and anticipation, spring is when we turn all our dreams into reality. We go from the blustery, cool days of early March to the summer-like temperatures of June. During that time, our little seedlings turn into full-grown plants!
By June, we’re already harvesting radishes, peas, lettuces, zucchini, squash, garlic scapes, asparagus, strawberries, and so much more. It’s truly one of the most magical times of the year!
I’ll be honest, though. In all the excitement of spring gardening, I find I need a little help staying organized. I love gardening, and I’m always happy to have my hands in the soil, but it’s also nice to have some extra reminders about things like when to start seeds or when it’s time to think about pruning.
Now comes the printable Food Gardening Network 2023 Spring Garden Planning Calendar Kit—the perfect way to stay organized this spring. You can:
- Enjoy reminders for gardening tasks in March, April, May, and June, particularly if you live in a traditional 4-season planting zone.
- Take notes and prioritize planning for your specific garden.
- Learn how to turn those delicious spring vegetables into even more delicious meals.
You read that right. This Food Gardening Network 2023 Spring Gardening Calendar Kit isn’t just a calendar.
Because gardening is about harvesting and eating as much as it is about planting, this calendar kit includes some of my favorite spring recipes using early spring crops like asparagus, radishes, and rhubarb!
I’m not kidding when I say this calendar kit is helping me get more organized than ever—and you should use it, too!
Download the Food Gardening Network 2023 Spring Garden Planning Calendar Kit right now.
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I haven’t been able to print pages 3-18. I have tried multiple printers.
Thank you so much for this Calendare Kit. the cover is so well done. The information inside is Great.
L B. February 28, 2023
I have used my grow bags for several years and each year and left the dirt in over the winter then dumped it out and mixed with new potting soil. Am I able to wash the bags as above and do the same thing with the soil or do you recommend getting rid of the soil and starting fresh? I have noticed green moldy on the outside of the bags.
This calendar makes no sense in southern california or other warmer areas.
As mentioned in the kit, “spring” looks different everywhere, which is why each month is
descriptively labeled as “dormancy, pre-and post-frost.” The tasks assigned
to these months may be different in your specific zone, but the same rules apply when it
comes to dormancy and frost! It’s hard to be specific for everyone, so we hope that for those not in traditional 4-season growing zones, this is helpful and can be adapted.
Is this zone specific?
It’s most accurate for planting zones that have 4 traditional seasons, however the planting instructions are labeled as dormancy, pre-frost and post-frost which those in other zones may find helpful to adjust accordingly to their own zone.