Womanswork 610vg Vegetable Garden Wheel

November 18, 2013 - Comment

Womanswork Garden Wheel Vegetable Product Features Interactive and fun to use With colorful plant photos Weatherproof plastic disks 10-1/2-Inch diameter More information on the back

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Womanswork Garden Wheel Vegetable

Product Features

  • Interactive and fun to use
  • With colorful plant photos
  • Weatherproof plastic disks
  • 10-1/2-Inch diameter
  • More information on the back

Comments

Bold Consumer says:

Inexpensive (Very) and handy tool to ‘dial’ vegetable planting info. I love this product. It might make a great present or stocking-stuffer for a gardener, although a highly-experienced gardener probably won’t use it. If you are just starting to grow vegetables, this may save you time, money, and frustration. When you open the package, the Vegetable Garden Wheel is rather unimpressive. That’s okay. It’s the information on the wheel that makes it a good gardening tool. It’s a colorful cardboard wheel. You just turn the dial to the vegetable you are planting and you get quite a bit of handy information. It’s easy to use. It tells you when to start plants indoors, when to transplant them outside, whether to locate the in full sun, part sun, shade, etc., It tells you about spacing, how much room each plant needs between plants, after thinning, and the space needed between rows/hills.I especially was pleased that it tells you approximately how many days it takes for each seed to germinate. They don’t all germinate at the same rate of speed. It…

Dr. John T. Webb says:

MORE than just women’s work! BUT … This is a great instant reference, as far as it goes. It has been, and still is, very handy for planning my plantings. I wish that there could be more plants named, but I have interpolated some plants by their family connections. e.g., kohlrabi is in the Cabbage Family, as are broccoli and cauliflower.) It has also been of some use this year when I was planning our first TOTAL raised bed garden using square-foot suggestions. (BIG, BIG success, by the way! And for all to know, I am a 74-year-old male. I think that the name is somewhat sexist, even though the title piqued my interest.

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