A Forest Garden 2017 Garden Calendar



Our third annual A Forest Garden calendar is already our favorite.  We’ve kept what we like from past years, and made little improvements to produce a uniquely beautiful and useful calendar you won’t fine from anyone else.

Why is this calendar so special?  It is created by a gardener, for gardeners.




Find inspiration on every page and tips and reminders to help you nurture your best garden, ever.  This year’s theme is “Magic and Awe in the Garden.”

In addition to gardening tips, you’ll also find the first and last frost dates noted for Zones 5-9, information on the moon’s phases, eclipses, special dates for bird watchers, and notes on national and international  holidays, feast days, and observances.  This calendar is packed with information, while still leaving space for your own notes and reminders.




I’ve compiled some of my favorite photos for this striking, full color calendar. Nearly all the photos were taken in our own garden, between December of 2015 and November of 2016.  By reducing the total number of photos, we’ve been able to make each month’s page even more beautiful.

Our special emphasis this year features flowering woody plants and several unusual foliage plants we’ve found that deer won’t graze.  And as always, you will  find portraits of some of our most beautiful garden visitors!




If you would like to own a copy of A Forest Garden 2017, or order copies to give at the holidays, please contact me at woodlandgnome@zoho.com with your order and contact information.

I’ll get back in touch to let you know where to send your check.

The calendars remain $15.00 each, which includes postage within the United States.




Woodland Gnome 2016

For the Daily Post’s

Weekly Photo Challenge:  Magic


Magical autumn roses still blooming today in our garden....

Magical autumn roses still blooming today in our garden….


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