This post shares a blank houseplant watering schedule that you can download instantly. My free printable plant watering tracker will help you keep track of when you last watered your plants, and you can print a new one for each month. Enjoy!
Houseplant Watering Schedule: Free Printable Plant Watering Tracker
Hey everyone! Today’s post will be a quickie. I’m just jumping on to share a free printable houseplant watering schedule for you! A plant watering tracker is a great way to document when you last watered your houseplants. Overwatering is a major killer of a lot of indoor houseplants, and many houseplants have different water needs.
If you’re anything like I am, you have a job outside of the home, maybe a kid or two, and somewhat of a social life. It can be easy to forget when you last watered your plants. I don’t like to make it too complicated, and jotting a note down is the easiest way to remember when I last watered my plants.
It’s also a good way to experiment to find the perfect watering schedule for your plants’ needs, your home, your schedule, and your climate. I designed these plant watering trackers so that you can print them and use one for each month. Or, if you have a lot of plants, you can use one for each room.
Indoor Plant Watering Schedule Template
If you group plants with similar watering needs together, you could also just write “living room plants” on one line and know that you’ll water all of those in one go. A notes section is helpful if you want to note when you’ve fertilized, as well as any issues you notice. And it doesn’t hurt that they’re cute.
If you don’t want to print a bunch of them, I suggest printing one, laminating it, and using a dry erase marker on it. That way it will last a long timed and you can continue reusing it every month.
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