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Calendar

Table of contents
  1. Introduction
  2. Setting frost dates
    1. Automatically setting your frost dates
    2. Manually setting your frost dates
    3. Tropical and hot regions
  3. Filters

Introduction

The calendar feature let’s you quickly see which plants you can start inside, transplant, or sow outside.

Setting frost dates

For temperate regions, knowing your frost date is vital to having a successful garden. Planter has a global database of weather stations to help determine your frost date.

Automatically setting your frost dates

  1. Go to Settings
  2. Tap “Weather Station” and follow the prompts

Manually setting your frost dates

  1. Search on the internet for your frost dates
  2. Tap “Spring frost date”, then “Set Manually”, and enter your spring frost date.
  3. Tap “Fall frost date”, then “Set Manually”, and enter your fall frost date.

Tropical and hot regions

If you live in a region where the temperature never goes below freezing, you can largely ignore the planting times given by the calendar. Plant cool season crops such as Broccoli and Cabbage in your cool season. Likewise, plant thirsty crops in your rainy season.

Filters

You can filter the calendar to only show plants that are in your favorites or in your garden.

You can further filter plants to show only those you can take action on now with the “Start inside now”, “Transplant now”, and “Sow outdoors now” filters.


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