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    • Jessica Paulsen

      Sprout Robot: weekly planting guide, instructions for your specific area. Can order seeds, too!

    • Barbara Anders

      Sprout Robot is ideal for lazy gardeners or busy moms. Simply type in your zip code and the smart site prepares a planting schedule designed for your garden. Sign up for a subscription and seeds are delivered to your door in time for planting.

    • Clare Danielle

      Gardening Calendar based on Zip Code

    • Jessi Johnson

      Sprout Robot - Planting Calendar. Type in your zip code and it gives you a schedule for when to start planting different vegetables and plants.

    • DavidnMarina Shishko

      Love this! Sprout Robot is a free gardening site that gives a weekly calendar for planting based on your zip code and the vegetables you select.

    • Jessica Francia

      Type in your zip code and Sprout Robot will tell you when you should be planting which veggies! Gardens grow healthy kids! | #nutrition #education

    • Deb Gooch

      Sprout Robot gives a planting calendar based on your zip code.

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