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2014 All-Seasons Garden Guide

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It’s back, it’s bigger, and you will agree, it is more beautiful than ever!

No longer in digest format, this beauty is now published in 8.5' x 11', allowing the images to show their true colors!

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 throughout the year. Vibrant color throughout!

You can view this on your ipad, desktop or download a PDF and print it at home.

Here's just a sampling of what the 2014 Edition has to offer

EDIBLES

  • 2014 Trends: New Pot-and Palate-Pleasing Edibles
  • Do You Know the Mirliton Man? (Do you know what a mirliton is?)
  • Your Top 8 Questions About Edibles...with the 8 best answers

LANDSCAPE DESIGN

  • Carpet Your Earth
  • Prepare for "New" Pollinators

ORNAMENTALS

  • Expert Advice for Constant Color
  • For the Love of Orchids

RECIPES

  • Winner's recipes from the 2013 All-Seasons Garden Guide Zucchini Recipe Contest!

Plus, a reference section which includes a glossary, frosts and growing seasons, and much, much more!

 

 

Item Number: 08OF14GG
2014 All-Seasons Garden Guide
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Looking forward to this publication. Will check Walmart and Home Depot. Thanks for the supplier list.

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I have already ordered this item , it's been about a month now. I still haven't received it. Please let me know what's going on. Sincerely, Linda A. Garliitz

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Hi Ms. Garlitz,
Thank you for your email. Our records reflect that you purchased the digital edition of The All-Seasons Garden Guide on 3/27/14. If you go to your My Accounts page, you will find a link providing you access to your digital purchase. Should you need further assistance, please feel free to contact us.
Thank you,
Almanac Staff

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Great publication. Just purchased it today. I'm an avid photographer. Would love to know how to submit photos for review in your publication? Thanks

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Thank you! We really appreciate your kind words. This year, we really changed the look with full-size pages and beautiful big images of amazing photography so we are happy to see it's been appreciated by an avid photographer! You can send any photos to us at AlmanacEditors@yankeepub.com (thought note that we won't start working on our next ahead until the summer). Thanks, again, for your interest in the Garden Guide.

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When will the Garden Guide be on-sale in the stores?

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Thanks for your email. The Garden Guide is available now in retail stores. Please see below for a list of locations:
* Barnes & Noble
* Home Depot
* Books A Million
* Sam’s Club
* Walmart
* Target
* Safeway
* Kroger
* RiteAid
* Some regional grocery chains.
In Canada:
* Walmart
* Lowes
* Home Depot
* Loblaws
* Shoppers Drug Mart
* Target
Thanks again!

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Fantastic! I am so happy this publication is being offered. I remember my parents always getting the Old Farmer's Almanac and all the great information it provided. Thank you.

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This is fantastic. I remember my parents getting the Farmers Almanac and all the good information it had. I will definitely pick one of these publications up today...can't wait to read it and gain more info about my precious plants. Thank you for publishing.

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Do you have bicolored roses?

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I had enough of Winter this Year it arrived can't of Late but it Still CONTINOUS.I can see the arrival of spring in my indoor plants and the poor trying to grow of First Tulips among the Winter Snow in the Gardens of my Neighbours. Kasyani

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In our Part of Ont.Toronto we get the same as USA north west as well.I had enough of Winter HEEEEEELP.Kasyani

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I would let You know when I'll get My Apron Or when I'll receive my Almanac.Can't Wait we have a Long Winter in Toronto As I write this is snowing AGAIN.Kasyani

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Is this a subscription or a one time mag?

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Hi,
Thank you for your email. Our brand-new 2014 Garden Guide, now offered in a full-size format,  is offered as a one time publication.
Thanks,
Almanac Staff

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Hello,
Is your 2014 garden guide applicable if I live in southwest Florida? Or do you have a guide that is?
Thank you.

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How about Canada, would your tips for all of Canada? Thanks. Michel

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Yes the Garden Guide is being sold in Canada and has appropriate tips and info. 

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Thanks for your reply. Much appreciated. Another small question: Are there two versions - US and/or Canada or just one version for both countries? Thanks again. Michel

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$6.95 for shipping. You have GOT to be kidding...

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Holy snookers !!! $6.95 is alot on a $3.99 item . Try looking at ur local hardware store's or even Walmart .

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Denny K,

Thank you for taking the time to write. We strive to keep our shipping costs as low, transparent, and fair as possible. Our shipping charge represents shipping and warehouse handling. We don’t inflate the price of products to hide shipping and handling. Our customers get accurate information. While this approach makes the shipping high for a $4.99 Garden Guide, you can add up to $50 in items for that same shipping charge. If your order goes over $99 it will qualify for free shipping.

If you’d like to buy our Garden Guide at a local retailer and save the shipping and handling fees, it may be found in the following stores:

* Barnes & Noble
Home Depot
Books A Million
Sam’s Club
Walmart
Target
Safeway
Kroger
RiteAid
Some regional grocery chains.

In Canada:

Walmart
Lowes
Home Depot
Loblaws
Shoppers Drug Mart
Target

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Thank you. I did not realize It was available locally. On my way to Home Depot.
Thanks Denny

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Is it/will it be available in stores?

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Thanks for your reply to Denny K.
It wasn't there when I posted the question.

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No worries. Glad this helped.

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Yes. Please see the list above.

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Why do my replies pop-up and go away and reappear? Gremlins in the computer?

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Are the tips for Colorado?

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Hi, Louise,
Thanks for your comments. The Garden Guide has a feature on plants that provide "constant color" in four parts of the country, including the Midwest and the West. Other articles, such as the one on brambles, identify varieties for specific zones. Other edibles covered—garlic and a slew of vegetables—are annuals, so would do well in most environments. (Garlic does need a cold spell.) Other content includes advice, tips, charts, and a gardener's calendar (not to be confused with our wall-format Gardening Calendar).
We hope you enjoy this new format. Please let us know your thoughts.
 

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