School Flower Garden Yearly Calendar provides advice on when to sow, when to grow and when to harvest. If you ever wanted to grow annuals and perennials organically with your students but just wasn’t sure how to proceed, then look no further.
As large and diverse as North America is, it’s impossible to work out a schedule that is accurate in every single area. So, to be diplomatic, School Flower Garden Yearly Calendar has been timed around Zone 4, with a last frost date roughly around May 20th. For each zone warmer, count on an extra week or two of frost-free weather at both ends of the season, vice versa for colder zones.
Also, it is very important that you do not attempt to take care of the school flower garden all by yourself. Enlist the help of as many volunteers as you can wrangle up (present and former students, parents, grandparents, friends, etc.). You will thank yourself and your volunteers will thank you as they see the fruits of their labors and the smile on your students faces!