Skip to comments.Do serious gardeners still read The Old Farmer's Almanac?
Posted on 09/19/2012 9:57:57 AM PDT by Daffynition
As the seasons begin to change and summer starts slipping into fall, gardeners across the country are asking the same question: Should I put in my winter garden or wait a few weeks?
Much of the country has been plagued with a prolonged drought. Gardeners want to know if the heat and dry air will linger. Or if the change of seasons will bring welcome and much-needed rain that will help freshly planted seeds sprout and transplants grow new roots.
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I dunno. Does it come as a smart phone app?
Scroll down a little more.
Yes, we do.
Why, yes we do..... I particularly like the hole in the top left corner to hang it in my tool shed on a nail driven into the wall.
I dunno. You may find the answer on their site: http://www.almanac.com/
I do too.Weather is correct pretty much right on long range for winter.I dont care about any other season
recommend open-mindedness anything non-gubmint!!!!!
The hole story: http://www.almanac.com/video/hole-story
I was always told it was to hang the almanac in the out house. :)
It's fun to compare what*is* as opposed to what was *predicted*.
I like to read it for nostalgia. My father didn’t use it, but he did plant according to the moons phases and time of year.
In every legend or superstition there usually lies a kernel of truth.
Yup thats the one I use,grab the 2 free months going forward.This week was right on target.
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