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2011 Almanac and Calendar Reviews
Llewellyn is a leading publisher of almanacs and calendars. Some of these will have special appeal for gardeners.

2011 Calendars for Gardeners
Gardeners can choose form many 2011 calendars. Here are some quilt calendars that will be of special interest to gardeners.

2011 Garden Calendar Reviews
Before the holiday rush begins, buy your 2011 garden calendars now. Purchase some extras for holiday gifts.

2012 Calendars for Gardeners
Gardeners are by no means limited to choosing garden calendars. Many other kinds of calendars also feature flowers and items of interest. Herre are reviews of two calendars that will have special appeal to gardeners.

2013 Garden Wrap-Up
The garden is pretty much cleaned up, and the spring bulbs are plants. I'm almost ready for winter.

2014 Almanacs and Calendars for Gardeners
Beat the holiday rush and shop early for those almanacs and calendars. These make great gifts for gardeners. Keep extras around for hostess gifts during the holiday season.

20th Century and Barland Pears
Pear trees are a wonderful choice for the edible landscape. Here are profilesof some recommended pear varieties.

A Butterfly Garden for the Landscape
America's love affair with butterflies never seems to end. You can now visit special butterfly houses year-round in the east from Niagara Falls to Florida.

A Hummingbird Haven
When the hummingbirds arrive, I know spring can't be far behind.

A Look at Botanical Art
One means of looking at the relationship between humans and plants is to examine the art depicting these plants.

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