Are you ready to finally plan your garden ahead of time for a successful harvest and enjoyable gardening experience?
This free printable garden planner can help!
This garden planner printable is packed full of pages to help you plan, track, and organize your seasonal, monthly, and weekly garden tasks. Make this the year you finally get your seeds planted on time and stay on top of your garden chores with this free printable planner!
(This planner was originally published on The Artisan Life, my planners and printables site. Thank you to concerned readers who’ve messaged to let me know the planner is the same. )
This planner is as functional as it is pretty. I’ve noticed that planting planners are frequently either functional (but unattractive and unappealing to use) or frilly without much substance. I hope this planner fills the gap so you can have a garden binder that’s a joy to look at and a helpful planning tool and record.
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How to print your garden planner
These pages are a joy to print and use. They have carefully designed margins to ensure they are printer friendly. You won’t have anything important missing after you print and hole punch for your garden binder!
For best results, print on 32 lb paper. This paper is brighter and thicker than “normal” printer paper. This means your pages look inviting and beautiful, plus they hold up better to repeated use. For a side-by-side comparison of several popular papers and cardstocks, check out this post on The Artisan Life on the best paper for planner printables.
I recommend printing these letter sized pages at 100% and placing them in a 3 ring binder. Record keeping is key to having a garden that keeps getting better, year after year. You may think you’ll remember which varieties you liked and which you didn’t or which pest control methods worked best, but you probably won’t. I know I never actually do! That’s why a written record is invaluable.
I recommend using a clear view binder because this set of printables comes with a lovely front cover page. There are two different cover pages with different skin tones.
The last step for using your garden planner is, of course, actually printing and using it. Print it as soon as possible so it doesn’t sit on your hard drive gathering virtual dust bunnies!
Free printable gardening planner
Let’s take a look inside your free printable garden planner!
This planner is packed full of pages to help you make the most of your garden. There are an incredible 41 pages in the PDF. Print just a few or print them all – whichever serves your needs best.
- Two cover pages
- Two “from the garden of” pages
- Nurseries & suppliers log
- Garden wish list
- Seed, root, and bulb inventory
- Garden shopping list
- Planting overview
- Seasonal garden expense and task tracker
- Seasonal garden notes
- Seasonal garden layout
- Seasonal planting tracker
- Monthly garden planner
- Monthly garden layout
- Square foot garden layout
- Garden layout notes
- Monthly planting tracker
- Monthly chore tracker
- Monthly harvest calendar
- Monthly expense record
- Monthly progress and notes
- Pest and disease log
- Weekly to-do list
- Weekly garden chore tracker
- Weekly progress and notes
- Watering tracker
- Weekly harvest record
- Blank plant profile page
- 11 popular herb profile pages with growing & harvest tips
- Blank recipe card
You can see a flip through preview of all the pages here:
I think you’ll agree I should be charging for this planner. It’s more detailed (and beautiful) than many planners that are selling on Etsy. I believe strongly in the benefits of gardening and keeping garden records, so I want to make this garden planner accessible to you, regardless of your budget.
If you’d also like to keep track of key gardening dates in your regular planner, make sure to grab these free printable garden planners stickers from The Artisan Life.
This planner is licensed for personal and single classroom use. You are welcome to print and use it for yourself and for your students (children or adults) in a class you are personally facilitating.
You are not licensed to redistribute the files or printouts to others for use in classes they are teaching. Instead, please refer your family and friends to this page so they can download their own copies.
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I hope you enjoy using your new garden planner! Make sure to check out these growing guides to help your garden get a great harvest this year:
Natasha Garcia-Lopez is an avoid home-gardener and proud owner of 88 acres of land in rural West Virginia. She was a member of the Association for Living History Farms and Agricultural Museums for many years and is currently enrolled in the Oregon State University Master Gardner Short Course program so she can better assist you with your gardening questions.She holds a certificate in natural skincare from the School of Natural Skincare.