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Post  Fireopal36 on 1/31/2012, 12:25 pm

Got these charts from the Orange County Fair, thought it was awesome so I scanned them and want to share. (And also thanks to Chopper who it looks like has been keeping everyone on track what to plant lol!) Smile
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Post  Chopper on 1/31/2012, 9:26 pm

Thanks. I love planting guides also. Are these specific to So Cal? They look thorough.

(Edit) Ah - once I enlarged them I was able to see. It says "California' which is pretty broad. Like saying "East Coast'. But it looks pretty good. And I find plants do not really care what Burpee says. They will either grow or they won't. LOL.

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Post  Lindacol on 1/31/2012, 10:13 pm

@Chopper wrote:Thanks. I love planting guides also. Are these specific to So Cal? They look thorough.

(Edit) Ah - once I enlarged them I was able to see. It says "California' which is pretty broad. Like saying "East Coast'. But it looks pretty good. And I find plants do not really care what Burpee says. They will either grow or they won't. LOL.

Anyone else remember when Burpee had a big place in Riverside? It was on Rutland off of Arlington west of Van Buren. I remember getting seed in their retail store around 1980 or so when we lived in the Glen Avon area(now part of Jurupa Valley) of Riverside. I had a few raised beds and vagually remember hearing about the original SFG then.

Orange County Fair has a lovely garden area in the Centenial Farm which features lots of raised beds.


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Post  Fireopal36 on 2/1/2012, 12:41 am

@Chopper wrote:Thanks. I love planting guides also. Are these specific to So Cal? They look thorough.

(Edit) Ah - once I enlarged them I was able to see. It says "California' which is pretty broad. Like saying "East Coast'. But it looks pretty good. And I find plants do not really care what Burpee says. They will either grow or they won't. LOL.

I know, I do wish they had a separate "Southern" and "Northern" California, as we have so much variation in weather!

But easier than stabbing in the dark, I think, and I did like how it was easy "at a glance". A good starting off point, I always found it so hard to figure out the back of those darn seed packets.

And I look forward to going by "Chopper's Official Southern California Monthly Planting Guide" posts!
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Post  Fireopal36 on 2/1/2012, 12:43 am

@Lindacol wrote:
@Chopper wrote:Thanks. I love planting guides also. Are these specific to So Cal? They look thorough.

(Edit) Ah - once I enlarged them I was able to see. It says "California' which is pretty broad. Like saying "East Coast'. But it looks pretty good. And I find plants do not really care what Burpee says. They will either grow or they won't. LOL.

Anyone else remember when Burpee had a big place in Riverside? It was on Rutland off of Arlington west of Van Buren. I remember getting seed in their retail store around 1980 or so when we lived in the Glen Avon area(now part of Jurupa Valley) of Riverside. I had a few raised beds and vagually remember hearing about the original SFG then.

Orange County Fair has a lovely garden area in the Centenial Farm which features lots of raised beds.

Ah, I never got to see the Burpee place in Riverside Sad Bummer!

And the gardens at Centennial Farm is one of my favorite things about the county fair! (besides copious amounts of deeply fried foods, of course!) Smile
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Burpee Planting Guide

Post  barmstr on 2/3/2012, 12:08 am

Below is the web address for the Burpee Planting Guide as a PDF.

Calif. Planting Guide PDF



Enjoy the garden. I can hear the veggies calling.

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Re: Burpee Planting Guide

Post  dixie on 2/3/2012, 5:53 pm

Here is the main link. You can put in your zip code for your chart.

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Post  RoOsTeR on 2/3/2012, 7:00 pm

Great link dixie

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Re: Burpee Planting Guide

Post  AvaDGardner on 2/17/2012, 6:31 pm

If you want a SoCal planting guide, look at digitialseed.com. They have planting guides for Veggies, Flower and a whole section for San Diego gardeners.

Would love to give you the links, but I'm too new to have that privilege!

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