You Grow Girl 2008 Calendar


Yay! After an unexpectedly long production schedule the You Grow Girl 2008 Calendar is finally here. I’m really proud of this one. Once again my goal was to produce a calendar that is a nice balance between rich imagery and inspiring information that I hope will keep you excited about turning each page through all 12 months. Here are the details:

Get inspired through 12 months in the garden. This full color calendar features 30 rich garden and botanical images along with a selection of organic gardening tips, growing techniques, and creative ideas. Learn about pretty heirloom pepper varieties, growing orchids, deciduous citrus trees and more.


All photography and text is by me with the exception of the cover and August. Those photos were taken by Davin Risk.

Copies are now available directly through the printer. However, I have ordered a batch of copies and am selling those directly through our store. You can reserve your copy through me now but these copies have not yet arrived at my door so shipping will be delayed slightly until they do. I will sign these copies and shipping should be cheaper, especially for Canadians who usually get hit by heavy International Shipping Fees through Lulu.

Gayla Trail
Gayla is a writer, photographer, and former graphic designer with a background in the Fine Arts, cultural criticism, and ecology. She is the author, photographer, and designer of best-selling books on gardening, cooking, and preserving.

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3 thoughts on “You Grow Girl 2008 Calendar

  1. Can you ship to France at all? I’m currently studying abroad there and would love a calendar to brighten up my dorm room. It might even inspire my basil to bounce back from the slump it’s found itself in.

  2. Hi Gayla-
    Just wondering how quickly these sell out? I don’t think I’ll have the money to order one for a couple weeks, but I don’t want to miss my chance either! Therefore, thought it might be worth asking what your experience has been in past years with how quickly these go.

  3. gorgeous photography.

    I actually ended up here after doing a websearch on Japanese gardens & stumbled across your Portland post.

    I love your photography.

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