Updated: Feb 16, 2022
I usually hand draw my garden plan on so many pieces of paper through the year. To be honest, it is not the most organized way to do things. I have tried using graphing paper and even a digitalized version, but the only method that stuff was pen and paper. Therefore, after I made my scribbled drawings this year, I decided to make a template for future years to keep it more organized. After I copy onto this year’s template, I’ll put it in a garden binder to keep it organized and have my plans in place. I wanted to share that template with you all to either motivate or assist in organizing. Gardening can be a lot! A lot of pretty much everything. There is so much “stuff” to consider. In my first years, I had pots laying disorganized everywhere, grow lights in closets, and starter trays abandoned on my porch. Sometimes, dealing with it all can be a little overwhelming. Any little way I can assist, I am going to try.
I made the following chart (link below) for a garden layout who uses both row garden and smaller garden beds. Click the link below to download!