I am ready to start thinking about planting, how about you? We most likely won’t have a full-fledged garden this year, but I do want to grow a few vegetables and pretty annuals. And definitely some herbs.
This planting season I am trying to be a little more organized and do some planning before going to the garden center to shop. Below are a few blank printable charts and lists that I created – you are welcome to download themif you need a little help organizing your gardening thoughts! Please let me know if you have any ideas for more planning tools, and I will be happy to try and create them.
These printables are provided at no cost for personal or classroom use. Print as many as you like! If you are linking to this blog post for a round-up type post on your blog, you are welcome to use the button image above in your post.
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Just click on the thumbnail images to open, download, and print. If the PDF files do not look right in your browser, open the document in Adobe Reader first, then print. Thank you for visiting Cotton Ridge Create!
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