- Beginniners guide to sowing, planting & harvesting vegetables
- Gardening calendar
- A3 colour poster
- Grouped into vegtable “families”
- Simple to read
To help you not to get confused about Lamination and Encapsulation, we tried to explain the difference: Lamination: With Lamination a matt or gloss film (we have used gloss) is applied to enhance and protect the printed piece. Lamination strengthens the surface. Many Restaurant Table menus and Business cards are laminated. Good thing about lamination is that it is hardly noticeable yet it protects the paper more than just plain paper. Encapsulation: Most people wrongly say Lamination when they actually mean encapsulation. Encapsulation leaves a transparent plastic border around the sheet. This is more robust than lamination. A3 poster showing when to sow, plant and harvest basic vegetables. This is a simple guide, it does not cover different varieties, just families of the following vegetables: Beetroot, Carrots, Peppers, Courgettes, French Beans, Lettuce, Peas & Mangetout, Potatoes, Radishes, Rocket, Runner Beans, Spinach, Spring Onions, Sweetcorn and Tomatoes. Poster measures 420mm x 297mm.