Seasonal Garden To-Do Lists

Seasonal Garden To-Do Lists

By Erin Huffstetler | 05/11/2016 | 6 Comments
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Spring, summer, winter, fall – there’s always work to be done in the garden. Use these free printable garden to-do lists to keep up with all of your garden chores, so you don’t overlook anything important. I’ve created a to-do list for each season (even winter). Just check tasks off as you complete them, and it’ll be easy to see what you have left. There’s even room to add your own tasks.

Print a new set each year, or laminate them, and use a wet erase marker to check things off, so you can reuse them again and again. I keep mine in the front of my garden planner.

Garden To-Do Lists:

Spring
Summer
Fall
Winter

More Printables for Your Garden Planner

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Comments

  1. Hi Erin, just downloaded the “To Do List” for all the seasons and wanted to thank you for all that you are doing. I love your blogs and follow you faithfully on Twitter and Facebook and of course your every posting. It just hits perfectly. I have a problem and when I open my mail Erin is there with the solution. Please keep on doing what your doing and I know life and chores will be a breeze. thanks again. You go girl!

  2. Thanks, Virginia. That’s quite the compliment 🙂 I’m happy that you’re finding tips that you can use. I’ll definitely keep them coming 🙂

  3. Awesome thanks! I just built my first raised bed gardens and enclosed them in fencing to keep the deer out. I’m looking forward to this fun experiment of growing my own veggies and herbs. Previously I’ve just done a few items in pots on the deck. I had to buy soil, but its organic and has a mushroom compost in it.

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