The Container Gardening Calendar from Fine Gardening features 12 full-color container photos from the magazine's archives. The Gardening Ideas Calendar showcases outstanding landscape photos published in Fine Gardening magazine. We're sorry, but the 2011 Fine Gardening Calendars are no longer for sale.Start 2011 off right! No matter how many electronic devices you have, there's still nothing like a gorgeous calendar to brighten the wall of your kitchen, den, or office. For 2011, Fine Gardening is offering two wall calendars: a container gardening calendar (vertical format) and a gardening ideas calendar (horizontal format). Both are pretty, practical, and perfect for anyone who loves gardening. And both include big write-in blocks, major holidays, and phases of the moon. Treat yourself to a year of gardening delight. And order extras for gifts!2011 Container Gardening Calendar This calendar features a dozen full-color photos of glorious container plantings from the archives of Fine Gardening, and each month's photo is more exciting than the last.From a clay pot of spring bulbs to stately towers of climbing plants, each photo is special, ranging from super simple to simply super. Helpful hints for every month. In typical Fine Gardening style, every page includes timely planting advice along with a diagram that identifies plants with common and botanical name so you can easily duplicate the look.2011 Garden Ideas Calendar Our 2011 Garden Ideas Calendar features a dozen full-color photos of outstanding landscapes from the archives of Fine Gardening. Each one offers a glimpse into fabulous gardens from California to Connecticut to Canada, ranging from the exotic to the pastoral, the formal to the natural.Each photo is accompanied by a diagram that identifies plants by common and botanical name so you could reproduce the same planting. A brief description of the technique used to create the scene provides a mini-lesson in design. Related Articles 2012 Fine Gardening Wall Calendars Come Talk Roses with Paul Zimmerman on Facebook! Fall is for planting (and sharing) How to divide intersectional and tree peonies View the discussion thread.