These Free Garden Printables Have Helped 20,724+ Busy Gardeners Grow Their Dream Gardens
What if gardening could be easier?
For some of us, planning and keeping track of things in our garden can feel like a chore. Maybe you’re not a natural garden planner?
I haven’t always been organized when it comes to managing my garden.
But over time, I realized that planners, charts, and checklists, like the ones on this page, are the best way to get organized and stay organized.
So, I’ve created a collection of printables to help you with specific gardening challenges.
They make gardening simpler and easier.
And the best part? Not only will they help you and grow your best garden ever, but they’re also free!
And they’re a perfect addition to any garden journal or garden binder.
“The free printable workbook helped me define what I want in my garden.”
Garden design workbook: start planning your dream garden
Want to design or re-design your garden but feel a bit intimidated?
It’s hard to know where to begin…
That’s why I created this free garden design workbook to help you get your garden off the ground.
Bonus: use the included graph paper to lay out your garden plan.
“Your printable checklist showed me the best place to plant my garden.”
Sun mapping checklist: calculate how much sun your garden gets
It doesn’t matter if you’re new to gardening or a seasoned pro; knowing the sun requirements of your plants is essential for their success.
But you also need to know how much sun your garden gets.
That’s why I created this sunlight calculator for gardeners.
It’s the best way to decide where to put your garden beds and plants.
“Yes! I love this printable square foot planting guide. I don’t have to research spacing for my raised beds every second.”
Square foot gardening spacing chart: maximize your vegetable garden space and harvests
Properly spacing your vegetables is critical for a successful harvest.
And it’s so easy with this one-page PDF!
With my FREE square foot planting chart, you’ll never have to research vegetable spacing again.
Print it out now.
And when planting season comes around, all those pesky questions like “how far apart should I space my baby Tuscan kale?” will be answered.
“I’ll be glad to save money instead of buying fresh seed! Thank you!!!”
Seed viability chart: find out if your old seeds are worth planting
It’s frustrating to waste time and money starting seeds that never sprout or seem weak after they germinate.
Finally, there’s an easy way to know if your seeds are still good!
My seed longevity chart lists the shelf life of over 125 types of seeds.
You’ll never again look at a half-used seed packet and wonder if you should plant them!
“This is the grow light setup I’ve been looking for!”
— Jenirae M.
Seed starting rack plans: set up an easy-to-build light stand in an afternoon
Growing your own vegetables from seed is a great way to save money and eat healthier.
But when you have limited space, it can be challenging to find a place to start your seedlings.
With these plans, you’ll be able to set up an adjustable seed-starting shelf in an afternoon that takes up only eight square feet of floor space!
It’s the best setup for starting seeds indoors and includes a complete shopping list.
“There are maintenance tasks I would have missed this month without this to-do list!” — Sara
Garden maintenance checklist: get the right things done this month
Growing a healthy and productive garden can feel overwhelming with so many things to do.
How do you know what’s most important to do right now?
That’s why I created this garden maintenance schedule, so you can prioritize what’s most important.
With my FREE garden maintenance checklist, you’ll be sure you’re getting the right things done this month.
It’s just the thing to add to your garden journal.
Soil amendment tracking chart
My soil amendment chart helps you keep track of everything you’ve added to your soil, so you can ensure you’re providing the right mix of nutrients for your plants.
It’s also a great way to track what’s working and what isn’t.
Maybe you’ve been using the same soil amendment for years, but it’s not giving your plants the boost they need.
With this chart, you can quickly see what else you’ve tried and adjust accordingly.
There’s never been a better time to get serious about soil health. Get started today!
“Your chart made it easier to choose the right mulch from the garden store.”
— Sam W.
Mulch comparison chart
Mulch is essential for a healthy garden.
It helps regulate moisture levels, prevent weed growth, and protect plant roots from extreme temperatures.
But with so many different types of mulch, it can be difficult to know which one to choose.
That’s where my mulch comparison chart comes in.
This handy free printable walks you through the pros and cons of different mulch types, so you can make an informed decision for your garden.
Print it out and keep it handy the next time you’re mulching your garden beds.