12 September 2021

Plant Information Sheet

Keep growing information about the plants in your garden with this handy Plant Information Sheet.

Plant Information Sheet

As I learn more about what will grow in my zone, I kept finding myself writing down bits of information I found. It may be from a seed packet or from an internet search, but I needed to find a way to keep it all together so I had it when I needed it. Several years ago I started a notebook, and took one sheet of paper for each plant. 

At least I had all my notes in one place, but when I needed to find out when to plant something or the length to germination, I had to search through everything. There had to be a better way.

Image of printed pages of the plant information sheet.

This year I created a Plant Information Sheet. On it I can list the type of plant, varieties that are good for my zone, what kind of growing conditions it needs, how to plant, harvest, use, and save seeds from, and any other notes I come across. I even made a section where I can list where I get information so I can refer to it later.

I printed off the sheet and began using it. I soon realized things I needed to add or move around to make it more effective, so I edited the sheet. Used it again and made more edits. Yes, this will be a work in progress for a while, but it is so nice to have.

Get Your Copy of the Plant Information Sheet

And I want to share it with you! You can download the Plant Information Sheet and try it out for your records. It comes in .doc format, so you can edit it to make it work better for you. 

How to Use the Plant Information Sheet

Here's a look at the Plant Information Sheet.

Yes, this is completely free. There is no charge and no newsletter sign-up to get it (at least for now). Share it with your friends and other gardeners you know.

If you have suggestions, please leave them in the comments. As I said, this is a work in progress, so suggestions from others are appreciated.