2019 Get It Growing Lawn & Garden Calendar

Elma Sue Mccallum  |  11/2/2018 3:07:28 PM

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2019 Get It Growing Calendars Have Arrived. Order Today!

The LSU AgCenter's 2019 Get It Growing Lawn and Garden Calendar offers beautiful photos of Louisiana plants, flowers and garden scenes accompanied by monthly gardening tips from LSU AgCenter horticulturist Dan Gill. It also includes a special feature on planting trees, shrubs and ground cover in the fall; a how-to section on planting Easter lily bulbs; a variety of gardening terms and definitions; a Louisiana climate zone map; and the latest on Louisiana Super Plants.

Designed to appeal to both novice and experienced gardeners as well as those who simply appreciate beautiful gardens, the calendar can alert you when it’s time to fertilize your lawn or let you know what vegetables may be in season at various times of the year and much more.

13 ¼” x 9” . full color . monthly gardening tips . zone map . special section on planting trees, shrubs and ground cover in the fall. illustrated how-to . gardening terms . Louisiana Super Plants

  • Full color
  • 13 1/4” x 9”
  • Monthly tips
  • Special section on planting trees, shrubs and ground cover in the fall
  • Illustrated how-to on planting Easter lily bulbs
  • Gardening terms
  • Louisiana zone map
  • Louisiana Super Plants

Cost: $11.95 plus shipping
Order online: LSUAgCenter.com/OnlineStore


SPECIAL LIMITED TIME OFFER

Get $2 off each 2019 Get It Growing Calendar by including the special offer code: GIGCAL2019A in the Special Offer section when placing your order. Offer expires November 26, 2018.


CALL FOR ENTRIES FOR THE 2020 GET IT GROWING CALENDAR
Submit your beautiful photos of flowers, plants, lawns and gardens for the 2019 Get It Growing Calendar
Deadline: February 28, 2019
Download the Call for Entries: CallforEntries2020pdf





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