Have you started your holiday shopping yet? If you love gardening or know someone who loves to get their hands in the soil, take a look at our Calendar.
A homemade gift is always appreciated at Christmas!
Now available – the 2013 Gardening Tips Calendar from Country Living in a Cariboo Valley. The photos are from our homestead in the Valley and others from around the Cariboo region.
You’ll find many gardening tips sprinkled throughout the pages. Also included are planning, harvesting and storing tips and suggestions.
The calendar makes a great Christmas present or stocking stuffer for the gardener you love.
Here’s an inside view of July to give you an idea of the layout.
The Calendars are Cerlox bound and printed on nice thick paper. Both Canadian and US holidays are included.
The cost is $19.99 Canadian each and that includes surface mailing anywhere in Canada or the US.
I know we have regular readers overseas. A Calendar with UK holidays is available. If you’d like a calendar, please send me an email with your address and I will calculate mailing information for you.
You can pay by Paypal:
If you don’t do Paypal, you can pay by money order. Email me at email@example.com and I’ll give you a mailing address. Once I receive your money order, I will send you the calendar.
So, if you know and love a gardener, order a calendar for them! It would be a beautiful Christmas present or stocking stuffer. Got a hard to please mother in law? Get her one too!
Some of the feedback we received about our past Calendars…
Just wanted to thank you for the AWESOME calendars you did. I just loved them! Great work.
I sent my second calendar to my mom already and she received it already and she too LOVES it. Again, you did a fantastic job on them!
Robyn in BC
I love the little tid-bits on the side. I’ll do a post on my blog soon… I love the calendar! I really, really like it AND I like it even more because it has a hand made touch.
Linda in California
I love the calender. I gave one to my mother in law for christmas, (which she loves) and then decided to keep the second one for us. It was supposed to be a gift as well.
Jonni in Arizona
Definitely enjoying the calendar; I will buy it for another seven years and then recycle it. But if your farm expands or changes a lot, then I will continue buying it for more years and use the prior years for reference. Either way, it’s a winning proposition for both of us.
You take care and my regards to G-Man,
Eddie in Massachusetts