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Western North Carolina
Farm and Garden Calendar.

It is your Farm and Garden Survival Book in times of trouble. Natural, organic, down-home living.

Good for USDA Hardiness Zones 5, 6 and 7 in most eastern states. Can be used in most zones by adding or subtracting months depending on your climate.

There is no other book out there like this one. Designed to help you survive. You need it for the hard times ahead.


"Nancy, I got your calendar and just wanted to let you know that I read it from cover to cover. I liked the way things were explained in a very easy to read fashion. I grew up in south central Kentucky and still have my mother's can of greasy bean seeds."
-Owen, Tennessee

 There's no other book like this one. Good for North Carolina, Georgia, Tennesse, Virginia, South Carolina and most eastern states. Good for USDA Hardiness Zones 5, 6 and 7.


One book: $19 + $3.99 shipping. Pay with Paypal.




"I made it to your website. It's great! I ordered your book. It's just what my husband and I had been wishing we had.

Fred was raised on a farm in central Alabama. We've been living on the NC coastal plain since we were married in 2001. (We are both old and retired.) I was born in Ashe County and we just bought a small farm just outside of Lansing, NC.

Our Ashe County place is already fenced and we are fortunate that the former owner wants to keep running cattle and goats on the pasture. Down here one bushhog = one flock of goats.

Your book is exactly what we've been talking about as the new things we need to know. I looked at the July PDF (great idea! sneak preview) and I love the way you've laid it out, with the litte pictures, too. That's the way that I think when I'm trying to keep up with the wildly growing stuff on our place down here.

With the way you've got your book laid out, all I've got to do is read it and sort of jump on the already moving merry-go-round."


- Fran, North Carolina




This book is very useful in these counties:

Smoky Mountains, NC: Cherokee, Clay, Graham, Haywood, Jackson, Macon, Swain Counties
Southern Mountains, NC: Henderson, Polk, Transylvania Counties
Central Mountains, NC: Buncombe, Madison, Yancey Counties
Foothills, NC: Burke, Caldwell, McDowell, Rutherford Counties
High Country, NC: Alleghany, Ashe, Avery, Mitchell, Watauga, Wilkes Counties
Georgia: Fannin, Franklin, Gilmer, Habersham, Lumpkin, Pickens, Rabun, Stephens, Towns, Union, White Counties
South Carolina: Anderson, Cherokee, Greenville, Oconee, Pickens, Spartanburg Counties
Tennessee: Blount, Bradley, Carter, Cocke, Greene, Jefferson, Johnson, Knox, Monroe, Polk, Sevier, Sullivan, Unicoi, Washington Counties
Virginia: Carroll, Grayson, Scott, Smyth, Washington, Wythe Counties

"Love this book! This is the second one I bought, which was for a friend. She loves it as well. We have to adapt it a little for where we live but itís worth every penny. Iím a beginner & my friend has more experience & itís helpful to us both." -J.P.M., January 12, 2018

"NC planting Bible: Great book for the North Carolina resident with a guide broken down my month and week for planting and harvesting. Great tips for every vegetable and fruit, plus including fertilizing, pruning, sowing, and much more. Perhaps the best book for North Caroliners who plan a garden." -S. Borrelli, March 24, 2016

"This book is the best resource for anyone who wants to get into growing native cash crops and medicinal herbs that survive in the mountains. It gives you the truth and not pie in the sky promises. It gives you everything from the diseases they can get, the soil they need, and realistic timeframes. From a business standpoint it is also outstanding. You get real examples of expenditures and start up out-lay and possible returns. The resources and leads are priceless. This book is specifically for plants like ginseng, golden seal cohosh etc. This is a must read also for those just interested in growing the rapidly vanishing native species that are being over harvested in many areas. The first and last word on ginseng and medicinals." -Karene Smith, October 29, 2014

"Make Your Gardening and Farming Easier: Great Book. This book is jam-packed with useful information that makes my gardening much easier. It keeps me on track as to what I need to do next. I was always wondering if this was the month I should plant a particular seed or not. Now I know. And it covers everything I could possibly want to grow. All for the small garden or farm. I have chickens and it has helped me with that too. I'm glad I found out about this book." -November 28, 2013

 



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