This Vegetable Growing Cheat Sheet Infographic Can Be Personalized #ArtTuesday
Nothing link the hint of seasons changing to get those green thumbs itching! And this infographic from Good to be Home looks like it’ll be a huge help! Here’s a little backstory on the infographic:
It was really successful and if you’re a regular visitor to Good to be Home then you’ll have no doubt seen it plastered around the site. You might even have seen it across the nearly 100 websites that have featured it or the many thousand people who have shared it across social media.
However, it was very UK-centric and there was a call from many keen gardeners for us to improve it further and expand it for those in other countries with different climates.
So that’s exactly what we did. But we didn’t just make a new infographic. We made an interactive vegetable growing guide that lets you choose what you want to grow and where you want to grow it, all depending on where you live and your climate.
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