Lots of them. It all depends on where you live.
For example, a gardening center, or a store with a gardening center
might have one like Fred Meyer's in the Pacific Northwest:
Or your state or county extension office may have one, like Oregon State
University in Oregon:
Sometimes the local newspaper publishes a monthly calendar.
And for some regions, you can find entire books dedicated to this
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There are similar resources for just about anywhere. These will help you
out if you happen to be in Oregon or Washington, but if you're somewhere
else, you'll want to find something similar for where you are. It
shouldn't be too hard to find.
or you can call you County exension agent and have them send you the
monthy news letter, or,as in my case, my county has a web site so i
get the information on line and copy it off to my data base for each
month so each month i have it handy in the data base.
firstname.lastname@example.org (Ed Stuart) wrote in message
If you live in the western U.S., try Sunset magazine. Their Web
site is <http://www.sunset.com/sunset/ . I don't know if they do
it online, but I know their hardcopy magazine always has monthly
lists of tasks distinguished by regions.
Southern Living has the same sort of feature in their magazine each
I have the first Victory Garden book, which is organized by month.
Since VG is in Boston and I'm in Virginia, I just adjust the timelines
a month forward in spring and a month back in fall.
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