The most popular garden tip sheets, info graphics, and checklists on Empress of Dirt are now available in one convenient downloadable file. You can view the file on your computer or phone, or print it out to keep in your garden book. You do keep garden notes, right? Or, maybe you will start now.
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Handy Garden Reference Lists
Count me in as one of the list makers of the world. When it comes to gardening, I like to do my research once, compile a useful list, and use it forevermore. If the topic is something I know Empress of Dirt readers will find useful, I post it here on the website. I often share the lists as ‘printables’, meaning a file you can download and print out or simply view on your device—or both.
If you would like to have the best garden printables (so far), as many of you have requested, they are now available in one handy file.
Top Garden Tip Resource
This new offering includes the twelve most popular garden tip sheets, info graphics, and checklists on Empress of Dirt, all in one handy file.
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12 Best Garden Tip Sheets & Checklists
Here’s what you’ll get:
1. Quick-Growing Veggies | Spring & Fall
These are the vegetables you can grow in cool spring and fall weather.
2. Sample Seed Starting Schedule
This is an example of my own seed sowing plan for starting plants indoors in winter and spring in preparation for the outdoor garden season. If you are new to this, it will give you an idea of how to keep things simple and get everything started on time.
3. Best Soil Temperatures for Sowing Seeds
A list of the optimum soil temperatures for sowing common veggies for best germination rates. It’s the best kept secret in gardening. Or, at least, one of them.
4. 60 Plants to Grow for Tea
Love tea or love a tea drinker? Have a look at these plants you can grow for homemade tea. Includes growing zones.
5. Perennial Flower Bloom Times
Want continuous blooms throughout your garden seasons? Use this checklist to plan your garden.
6. Veggies You Can Grow in the Shade
Not much sun? No problem! A popular graphic showing what you can grow with varying amounts of shade in your garden beds.
7. When to Take Plant Cuttings for Propagation
Lists of plants you can grow from cuttings in spring, summer, and autumn. Get free plants from the ones you have.
8. Pruning & Deadheading Calendar
Confused by pruning? Learn these simple principles and you’ll know when to prune (and not prune) your garden plants.
9. Clematis 101 – When to Prune (or not)
Step one: know what type of clematis you have. Step two: time your pruning right.
10. Fall Gardening Checklist
Fall garden cleanup can be overwhelming. This handy tip sheet lists important tasks and timing, and those that can wait until spring.
11. Cold-Season Veggies & Herbs for Fall Garden
Fall and winter vegetable gardening is becoming popular in cold climates. This shows when to get your seeds and starter plants ready to ensure everything is ready when the cold weather sets in.
12. Flower Seeds to Sow in Fall
Plenty of flowering annuals and perennials can be sown in fall, benefiting from the cold winter weather to come.
13. When to Start Flowering Bulbs Indoors
Pretty graphics showing exactly when (by date) to start amaryllis, paperwhites, and other flowering bulbs indoors so they flower right when you want them to for holidays and other special occasions.
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- The file is 36 pages, nothing fancy: just a convenient way to get the information—lists and creative graphics—and keep it handy.
- File can be printed out (the whole thing or individual items) or viewed on your computer, tablet, or phone.
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Give it a try! Once you’ve downloaded your first one, a whole new world of reading opens up.
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