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Garden Guides

The Garden Stamp's planting guides, charts and worksheets are designed to be shared. Download, print, tack one up in your garden shed, share them with your classroom or garden club. Check back seasonally for new plans. Follow us on social media for our latest garden tips and tricks.

? with companion planting? Try our seven veggie garden plan incorporating beneficial herbs and flowers.

Planting tomatoes & broccoli? Take caution if planting them together. Check the veggie, herb and flower compatibility of 44 common plants with our handy chart.Try our seven veggie garden plan incorporating beets, carrots, lettuce, onions, peppers, radishes and tomatoes plus beneficial herbs and flowers on Planting Chart also includes a convenient reference for the number of plants per stamp.

Ten Great Companion Plants

Our fillable garden planning worksheet includes a convenient list of direct sow seeds, the suggested time to plant them before the last frost and space to enter essential planting information.

Check the veggie,  herb and flower compatibility of 44 common plants with our handy chart. The Garden Stamp's Spring Garden Planning Worksheet

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Stewart, Tabori and Chang Natural Companions: The Garden Lover's Guide to Plant Combinations
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I think it's all about magazines...

That's is how I originally taught myself design. If you subscribe to a few and get more at the library it is affordable. The key is to not just look at the pictures, you need to read the text, too, so that you can find out why they made the choices they made. Since you are a scientist, I think learning in this way will be easy and fun for you. You can learn the whys and wherefores and see the evidence of them right in front of you. Sometimes the textbooks you can find are very dated and not well-illustrated because color pictures are too expensive for some textbook publishers.
Try to look at a variety of magazines, not just those with the style you currently like

Climate of change ahead for gardening  — Newsday
While many gardeners scan the newly arrived seed catalogs to plan their next growing season, the industry's visionaries are pouring talent and resources into products and ideas they hope will be sown in years to come. .. FLOWERS.

Message to a heartbroken widow: embrace your grief  — Irish Times
And go for a walk in the garden. Examine the dead plants and the frosty clay that was so full of flower last August.

Fulcrum Publishing Greenhouse Gardener's Companion, Revised: Growing Food & Flowers in Your Greenhouse or Sunspace
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Capri Designs Capri Designs Garden Retreat Pocket Companion
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Deanburn Publications Companion Planting: The Vegetable Gardeners Guide. The Role of Flowers, Herbs & Organic Thinking
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  • Avatar Bronwyn C Do you know of any tropical gardening resources?
    Jan 06, 2009 by Bronwyn C | Posted in Garden & Landscape

    I am looking for information regarding the background and origins of the "tropical gardening" style for a garden design course that I am doing. There is a lot of information available regarding Zen Gardens, English Country Gardens, Cottage Gardens, etc but very little about the background and history of tropical gardens. Can anyone suggest any helpful resources that could assist me with finding answers? Thanks in advance!

    • I found a wealth of literature in the files of my public library on this subject. I ordered everything, and found that much of what I received was printed within the last 5-10 years and extremely useful in being both tec … many being gorgeously illustrated and with excellent resource guides. Try different headings, such as "tropical plants" or if that doesn't work, "plants-tropical", "gardening-tropical" etc.