Plan your growing season with these planting and harvest calendars. Planting calenders are a great tool when is comes to gardening.
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The growing season is winding down, but it’s the perfect time to start planning for next season with your students! Use this blank crop planning chart to plan out your growing calendar for next year. Even better: have your students calculate planting and harvest dates for your different crops.Download .pdf
It’s garlic planting time! Learn how with this helpful tip sheet from Bronx Green-Up!Download .pdf
Hardening Plants which have been growing indoors cannot be planted abruptly into the garden without danger of injury. To prevent damage, they should be gradually acclimated to direct sunlight and dramatic differences in temperature. This process should be started 2 weeks before planting in the garden. If possible, plants should be moved to cooler temperatures […]Read More
Just as you wouldn’t want to sit all the troublemakers together in a classroom, certain plants don’t mix well with others. Here’s a helpful guide to map out a harmonious seating chart for your plants and vegetables. In other words, determining the “Good Neighbors”. Happy Planting!!! ONIONS – Good Neighbors: Beetroot, Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrot, Chamomile, Leeks, […]Read More
A quick visual guide for planting in your school GardenDownload .pdf