Free Printable-O-Rama: Herbs, Fall, and Recipes!

by Daisy

I am ADDICTED to making these little books. I HATE big sheets of paper in my way and I carry a teeny-weeny purse, so these fit perfectly. But, instead of going on and on about how to assemble these, like I did with the 2009 Spring Garden Planner and the 2009 Handmade Gift Planner, I’m just going to hit ’em rapid fire.

1. The requested 2009 FALL GARDEN PLANNER: (if you get a bandwidth message, use this link)

Fold all sheets in half and arrange them as above (not that any of us can really SEE those numbers, but whatever.) On your left, you should see 30-23, 19, 15, and 11wks. (Notice that I’m listing things back to front. I’ll just give you the numbers for the other two.) Crease in half, poke holes as in previous tutorials and enjoy!

2. The Spring 2009 HERB GARDEN PLANNER (if you get a bandwidth message, use this link)

These guys have schedules just like tomatoes and cauliflower have theirs. This is a good place to start for people who just want to put their toe in the gardening world and try growing some basil, cilantro, and parsley AND for experienced gardeners that wonder how the heck to grow burnet and horehound. I can’t even remember how many herbs are in here. SO MANY.

Assemble the same as the others. Fold in half. Find (from back to front)12 wks on your left, then 8 wks, then 4 wks. All on left. Crease, stab, tie.

3. The Little House Bakery 2008 (if you get a bandwidth message, use this link.)

I am NOT the baker here. I have one bread recipe (that I make in my breadmaker) and all the rest are TL. Shocker. Anyhoodle, inside you’ll find “our” Peasant Bread, Pitas, Burger Buns, Breadmaker Sandwich bread, Sourdough, Perfect Pie Crust and a couple of our baking tutorials like making a proofing oven and forming a perfect loaf.

Assembling from back to front…
-Apple pie pic on left
-Perfect Pie Crust on left
-Burger Bun pic on left
-Proofing oven on left
-“1. Combine yeast….” is on the left

Print them out, put them together and stuff them in the same drawer as your other two planners.

They’re all SO tiny! YAY!

BTW, I added a link at the top of the page so these are easier to find.


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{ 7 comments… read them below or add one }

jevvv June 18, 2009 at 6:10 pm

Thanks for sharing these 🙂

ivorysoap76 June 19, 2009 at 6:38 am

@jevvv– ANYTIME!

Kathy Walker July 2, 2009 at 11:26 am

Ah, I found the fall guides. Thanks

lorrwill August 2, 2009 at 12:36 pm

Thanks a bunch for these.

In case anyone else runs into this…I could not get the PDFs to open using Firefox but they opened just fine in Internet Exploder.

AuntiePatricia August 18, 2009 at 8:02 pm

thank you, dear ivory. these are precious. 🙂
much gratitude & appreciation…
i am enjoying SO much having a garden this year.
it’s so sweet. i love the cukes, the raspberries,
the celery tops… how wonderful it is to have a garden.
your encouragement has helped me a lot.
thank you !
love, patricia

elsa August 19, 2009 at 9:36 am

thanks so much for sharing these, have had plenty of spring gardens but never a fall one. Moved to Portland Oregon (from Southern California, yay for me) and we actually have seasons here, so planting a fall garden will be nice!

David July 16, 2016 at 8:39 am

None of the links are working for me with the exception of the spring planting guide

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