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Garden Organic Veg Growing Instruction Cards

Garden Organic Veg Growing Instruction Cards

18/05/2010

Garden Organic Veg Growing Instruction Cards

Garden Organic have put their brilliant vegetable growing instruction cards online as a downloadable / printable pdf.

There are instructions for fifty three different vegetables, each one is double sided, with clear instructions on how to sow, plant, harvest, and a planting calendar for each one.




The cards are available to download and print here.


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