Crop Calendars for Veg. & Flowers

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Free Crop Calendars & Vegetables and Flowers.

Crop Calendars Templates - When to Sow Indoors- Germination, Succesion Sowing, Harvest Time - Divide Perennials.

    Calendar Templates to Print:

    Set Printer to: 600 DPI - uncheck Print background graphics - Scale - to fit Page.

  • Sow Indoors Calendar Template - print landscape
    Says - Sow Indoors, Germination, Plant Outdoors and Harvest.

  • Sow Outdoors - Template
    Says - Sow Outdoors, Succession Sowing, Plant and Harvest.
    How many times have you forgotten to sow an extra row of vegetables?

  • Perennial Sowing Template - Print Landscape
    Says - sow indoors, outdoors, plant and divide

  • Seed Starting Timetable Printable Template - Print Portrait or Landscape will work.
    Says: how many days before germination.
    Weeks that it will take to grow your seedlings before your Frost-Free Date.
    This all depend whether you start your seeds on a windowsill or a greenhouse.
    I also left room for you to add your own vegetables and herbs.
    The typed text on this sheet - is just for ideas - cross them out and write your own and next year you can use your notes for referrence.
    Notes are good and saves me a lot of time of scrambling my brain on "how and when" I did things the year before.

  • Gardening "Buy List"

  • Seed Packet Template Printable

  • Seed Tabbed Index Card to Print

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Garden Helper Templates Printable:

It's almost the end of February and the snow is starting to melt and I'm already thinking "Spring".
In January, I sowed my pepper seeds ( very slow grower for me ) and I expected to see something poking out of the soil by now.
Phoned my Mom and I was told that I have a few more weeks to go before I saw any growth - hence all of the new gardening calendars printable.

Went to find some of my kids binder rejects where I'm going to keep all that I know about gardening. :)
When next year's sowing and growing season comes around I'll have my old notes that I can use as a reference.

I have always had a vegetable garden, even though my vegetable garden was also my flowerbeds until a couple years ago.

Now I can get organize!
I wish I had done this when the kids were little.
I guess I had to go down that path ( gardening by the seat of my pants ) before I could get to here.
I also use "sheet protectors" on my notes and calendars - just incase I get "watering happy" or it rains.
Easy to wipe clean and to replace the old year with the new year calendar.
Happy Gardening!