Printable Gardener’s Journal Page – Seed Inventory Log
Grab this lovely Seed Inventory Log Freebie for keeping track of the seeds you purchase or save from your garden each year. This worksheet is one of a series of Garden Journal Pages I’ve created and shared for anyone to download. You can even print just one page from this post. I hope you enjoy using these gardening freebies as much as I do!
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How to Use this Free Seed Inventory Log
This Seed Inventory Log is a great way to keep track of the seeds you’ve purchased or saved to plant in your garden. Once you’ve filled it out, it’s easy to see what seeds you have on hand so you don’t order more. This inventory sheet saves me so much money by preventing me from over-purchasing.
To use this sheet:
- Record the crop (ie. ‘Green Beans’) and variety (ie. ‘Dragon Tongue’) in the first column
- Jot down the number of seeds in the packet in the second column
- List the average storage life of the crop in the third column
- Record the source of purchased seeds in the fourth column
- Use the last column for recording notes, such as susceptibility to disease or harvest tallies.
Each year, be sure to go back through and jot down any notes about the varieties you grew and save this sheet in a
Grab Your Free Worksheet!
You can download this Seed Inventory Worksheet to save or you can just print out a copy and come back later if you need more. Here’s your free garden journal page…
Stay Organized with Gardener’s Journal & Planner Pages
I’m working on a series of free printable pages to help gardeners keep their notes, ideas, plans, and planting information at the tips of their fingers. I hope you’ll sign up for my newsletter so I can notify you when these freebies are available! Use the signup form at the bottom of this page or in my sidebar (be sure to check your spam folder if you don’t see my confirmation email) and unsubscribe any time if you aren’t happy with my free newsletter.
Here are some of my other gardening freebies...
Garden Layout Planner Page with a grid for designing your garden layout.
Plant Basics Worksheet with places to record important information about a particular plant, such as the time to germination, size, sunlight requirements, etc.
Winter Garden Chores Checklist with checklists for both northern and southern gardeners, as well as a blank checklist to create your own customized chore list.
Fall Garden Chores Checklist – I’m planning to update the fall and spring garden chores checklists with new checklists for southern gardens soon… plus, I plan to add a summer chores checklist. Thanks for being patient!
Hey Gardeners! Check out my helpful ebook, Recipes for Your Garden on Etsy! This handy ebook can be downloaded and printed for easy use. Just cut out the recipes and use them as labels on spray bottles or put them in a recipe holder, or store the pages of your ebook in a three-ring binder to use over and over. Print the recipes as many times as you like!
You can also read more about this digital gardening resource in my post How to Make Natural Gardening Supplies.
Pssst… want to grab a free sample recipe card from this ebook? Check out my post on How to Make Natural Pest Traps for Your Garden!
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