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2015 Old Farmer's Almanac Garden Guide

2015 Garden Guide Cover

This useful publication offers a landscape of simple, affordable ideas and expert advice on garden design, ornamentals, edibles, herbs, and houseplants to keep gardeners (of all levels) inspired throughtout the year. Features vibrant color images. 

The 2015 edition features articles on new trends in gardening, crab apples, gardening in the north, the very best tomatoes and onions, fabulous foliage, great recipes for garden-fresh ingredients, culinary herbs, 33 easy roses, and more!

 

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I have picked up the Garden

By Laurie Harvey

I have picked up the Garden Guide for the last four years and thoroughly enjoy it. I unfortunately missed purchasing the 2014 All Seasons Garden Guide. Is it still possible to purchase one?

Thank you.

Yes. It is for sales here.

By Almanac Staff

Yes. It is for sales here. You can also buy a digital copy and not pay shipping.

I love the 2012 All-Seasons

By Eunice Gamble

I love the 2012 All-Seasons Garden Guide and have been looking for the 2013 issue. Can anybody tell me where to find it?

Starting about March 12, 2013

By Almanac Staff

Starting about March 12, 2013 you should be able to find our All-Seasons Garden Guide in Lowe's, Barnes and Noble's magazine rack, grocery stores, and of course right here on Almanac.com in our store.

What is the name of the

By ang414

What is the name of the flower on the cover of the 2013 All-Seasons Garden Guide

The pretty yellow flower on

By Almanac Staff

The pretty yellow flower on the cover of the Garden Guide is a chyrsanthemum 'Vyron'.


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