2020 Gardening Holidays, Special Days and Observances. By Garden Hobbies.



2020 Gardening
Holidays and Special Days


Garden Hobbies, gardening flower, vegetable, herb plants.


As a gardener, everyday is a day to celebrate and enjoy our garden hobby.
But, there are official “days” that we can really celebrate. They are known
as garden holidays, garden special days, or garden events. And, the good
news, is there is no shortage of days directly or indirectly honoring our
hobby.


We have listed below some of the Garden Hobbies “biggie” holidays,
celebrations and special days:


 


January 6- It’s
Bean
Day
, Hooray!


January 10 -
Houseplant
Appreciation Day


January 19 -
Popcorn
Day
– 
Few people grow popcorn. But, everybody loves it. This
holiday is really popping!


January 21 -
Squirrel Appreciation Day. It’s best that this day
is in January. Gardeners do not appreciate squirrels during the gardening
season.


January Last Saturday -
National
Seed Swap Day


February 3 -
Feed the
Birds Day


February 14 -
Valentine’s
Day
It’s not about love….it’s about the roses.
About
Valentine’s Da
y


March is
National
Celery Month


March 3 -
Peach Blossom Day


March, Second Thursday -
Popcorn
Lovers Day


March 11 or September 26 -
Johnny Appleseed Day – Why two dates? Find out now.


March 12 -
Plant a Flower Day – Can you dig it?


March 20 or 21 -
Spring
AH, at last! This is the day all gardeners look forward to arriving!


March  25 -
Pecan
Day
– A little nutty? Perhaps….


March 26 -
National
Spinach Day
– Be strong, like Popeye


March 28 -
Weed
Appreciation Day
– a day to hug your weeds, perhaps!?


April is Lawn and Garden Month


April 5th -
National
Dandelion Day


April 6th -
California
Poppy Day


April 7th -
Caramel Popcorn Day This tasty, chewy treat is
great.


April 13th -
International
Plant Appreciation Day


April 19 -
National Garlic Day –  How’s your breath!?


April 22 -
Earth
Day
Not really a gardening day, but an earthly environment holiday
that all gardeners appreciate and support.


April 23 -
National Zucchini Bread Day – they hold this at a
time when you are not sick of all that zucchini.


 April, Last Friday -
Arbor
Day
It’s also called the “Tree Planter’s” holiday.


May is
Gifts
from the Garden Month


May 1 -
May
Day
This day is celebrated with spring flowers, kewl!


May 3
Garden
Meditation Day


May 8 -
Iris
Day


Second Sunday in May -
Lilac
Sunday


May 16 -
Love
a Tree Day
– Give your tree a big hug!


May 19 – World
Plant a Vegetable Garden Day


May 20 -
Pick Strawberries Day – It’s a sweet thing to do.


May 29 -
Composting
Day
– Learn about eco-friendly composting, make some compost, more


May 30 -
Water a Flower Day


First full week of June -
National
Gardening Week


June 6 -
National
Gardening Exercise Day
– a healthy day for you and your plants.


June 12 -
Red Rose Day


June 13 -
National
Weed Your Garden Day


June 16 -
Fresh Veggies Day – fresh from your garden.


June 17 -
Eat
Your Vegetables Day


June 27 –

National Onion Day


July, First Sunday -
Build a Scarecrow Day – for your garden, of course.


July 3 -

Eat
Beans Day


July 8 -

National
Blueberry Day


July 10 –

Pick
Blueberries Day


July 16

Fresh
Spinach Day


August 3 -
National
Watermelon Day
– It’ll make your mouth water


August 5 -
National
Mustard Day
– Are you a mustard grower?


August 8 -
Sneak Some Zucchini Onto Your Neighbor’s Porch Day
 – one way to get rid of the excess.


August, third Saturday -

National
Honey Bee Day


August 28

Stuffed Green Bell Peppers Day


August 29 -
More Herbs, Less Salt Day – a day for herbs growers
to strut their stuff.


September is National Indoor Plant Week – third week of month


September 13 -
National Peanut Day – it’s the P-nuttiest day of
the year.


Third Week of September -
National
Indoor Plant Week


October 1 -
World Vegetarian Day – we always thought people should
eat more veggies.


October, First Wednesday -
National
Kale Day


October 12 -
Old Farmers Day


October 31 -
Halloween
This  is the pumpkins’ time to shine. Pumpkins are one of the
biggest symbols of Halloween. You carve ’em, play with ’em, decorate ‘me,
and eat them!
History
of Pumpkin
 

Recipes


November 10 -
Forget-Me-Not Day


December 1-
Eat a Red Apple Day


December 12 -
Poinsettia
Day
A gardener’s symbol of the Christmas season.
About
Poinsettias


Garden Hobbies, gardening flower, vegetable, herb plants.



 

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