The Really Useful Garden Year Planner
Imagine stepping into your garden and breathing in the smell of lavender and roses and being able to create gifts for your friends and loved ones using these very same flowers.
Wouldn't it be lovely to be able to give your friends and loved ones gifts of posies and bouquets that you've grown and arranged yourself?
How would it feel if you were able to make your own wedding or special occasion more 'home-grown' - favours and gifts made with love using the flowers from your garden?
Imagine the feeling of knowing that you've provided a fabulous habitat for lots of wonderful creatures and the joy it brings you to watch them on a daily basis.
You don't even need a big garden to do all of this - lots of useful plants can be grown on a patio in pots - right on your doorstep, a beautiful view from your kitchen or dining room window.
If this is the sort of garden you want to have but aren't sure about how to do it I've
created a really useful tool to help you grow and use your garden creatively.
I've called it the Really Useful Garden Year Planner - a bit of a mouthful I know, but there you go.
It's a series of 12 downloadable pdf files that give you month by month guidance on
growing and using twelve really useful plants.
These are the twelve plants that I regard as my 'must have' useful plants because they
can each be used for so many different things.
It's a planner so each instalment features a page for each month of the year that gives gives information on growing, maintenance, harvesting and using your twelve plants.
Each month there is a plant profile where you get a summary of the uses for the plant
of that month plus a little project that uses it. e.g. In June the plant is ROSE.
So, it offers great value in terms of content.
It comes with FREE membership of a secret Facebook community - dedicated to you
and helping you every step of the way:
Regular Q&A sessions Live on Facebook
Weekly posts with prompts, reminders and tips.
A place to ask questions, share successes and show off your creations
Links to useful resources.
How Much Does It Cost?