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Garden-Landscape.com Plant Calendar The literature and the internet offer numerous plant calendars and seed calendars. On Garden-Landscape.com you can now design your own and very individual planting calendar online and print it out for the daily work in the garden.
How does the planting calendar work?
- Click below on the link "Here's the planting calendar"
- A window opens with five categories to choose from
- Click in the categories and mark the desired plants with a mouse click
- With a click on Print your seed calendar will be printed. Please use landscape format in your printer. Finished!
Click here for the planting calendarA rough overview of plant planning
- Check stored fruit!
- Protect flower bulbs in the pot!
- Water evergreens in the garden and in containers on frost-free days.
- Possibly. Shake the snow from the trees, so that nothing can break off.
- Garden pond Keep the opening free!
- Water evergreens! Rolled leaves indicate lack of water!
- Prepare old bushes vigorously!
- Perennials and shrubs can already receive composting. Important! Soil must be dried!
- Sow first plants on the windowsill!
- Check winter protection! Remove snow loads if available
- Do not forget potted plants in the wintering quarter!
- Evergreen shaped trees cut e.g. Book and cherry laurel)!
- Sow fruit vegetables (window stick)!
- Freshly purchased spring bloomers are usually preferred and must be protected from frost!
- Water evergreens!
- Pond slowly awake from hibernation!
- First lawn cut.
- Time for scarifying.
- Possibly. Intermediate sowing lawn!
- Betse time for the new lawn. Fertilize the lawn!
- Direct sowing in the bed, e.g. Cauliflower, broccoli, peas, cabbage, chard, salads...)
- Young plants can be placed (varieties as above and beetroot, leek, fennel)
- Lay out potatoes and onions!
- Clean and multiply strawberry plants!
- Provide raspberries and other berries with compost!
- Freshness cure for potted plants!
- Pick seedlings in large pots!
- Herbs rejuvenate through division!
- Support perennials like peonies!
- Pay attention to pest infestation and possibly act against it quickly before they can multiply!
- Plant vines.
- Spring flowers absolutely leave leaves!
- Put out the potted plants, clean them, maybe divide them, repot them, as needed!
- Cut back spring flowering shrubs!
- Mount or place climbing frames for Rambler, Klimber and climbing plants!
- Turf cultivation! for lavender
- Protect pick-ripe berry fruit from birds!
- Vines cut!
- Harvest rhubarb!
- Maintain rock garden!
- Check regularly for pests!
- Eat tomatoes!
- Potatoes pile up when plants are about 20 inches tall.
- Fertilize potted plants!
- Ensure a secure hold on shrubs!
- Still vegetables can be sown.
- Herb harvest!
- Potted plants now need a lot of water!
- Shape cut hedges!
- Cut berry bushes!
- Good time for cuttings propagation, e.g. Hydrangeas.
- Fertilize regularly!
- Fertilize the lawn again!
- Plant autumn blooms!
- Harvest herbs, always before flowering!
- Vegetables harvest e.g. Cucumbers.
- Pour a lot and fertilize if necessary!
- lawn care
- Water filling in the pond!
- Sow one-year-old summer flowers for the next year (directly into the bed)!
- Tomato picking and possibly ripen!
- Fruit harvest
- Pruning for many herbs
- Vegetable harvest in progress
- Plant spring flower bulbs!
- Harvest ripe seeds!
- Sift through compost!
- Evergreen plants!
- Frost-proof corn salad can be sown.
- Give container plants!
- Make the pond winter-proof!
- Collect last seeds!
- Plant fruit trees!
- Cleanup in the garden!
- Last grasscut!
- Over-winter bulbous flowers (dahlias)!
- Harvest leek and Brussels sprouts!
- Plant raspberries!
- Protect Rose High Tribes!
- Pile roses!
- Cut back blueberries!
- Remove last foliage from the lawn!
- As long as the soil is not frozen, compost can be spread on the beds! (only when it is dry)!
- Check fruit storage!
- Pour potted plants and check for pests!
- At the latest now, protect winter-hibernating potted plants!
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