Fall Garden Planner

in Free Plans & Printables,Garden

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(EDIT 8/12/12:  The download is corrected and no longer has a year on it.)

Why, oh, why did I put 2009 on that planner?  The truth is that you can use it every year.  The year doesn’t matter.  The frost date never changes.  But, the program I used to make this planner, I no longer have on my computer.  So, you’ll have to cross out the 2009 yourself.  Sorry!

Anyway, if you plan to have a Fall garden this year, for most areas it’s time to start!  17 weeks before your first fall frost is where this journal begins.  For us, that’s next week.

1.  Download and print our fall planner.


2.  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.)

3.  Crease in half, poke holes as in previous tutorials.

4.  Go get your frost dates from HERE and fill in your dates



{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Michelle June 30, 2012

Thank you so much for posting this again! I printed one in…yep, 2009…but have misplaced it! And I was just thinking about it the other day. Kismet…thank you!

2 Life at Home Mom, Becky July 1, 2012

Oh My Goodness!!! You so totally ROCK! My broccoli and cabbage never took off, but I was clueless as to when or how to get it going for fall!!! THANK YOU!!

3 KimH July 1, 2012

Cool.. Hubby can fix! Thanks!

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