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    A simple ribbon organizer helps keep track of what should be planted when. More shed storage ideas:

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    • Elisa Machens

      better homes and gardens - potting shed - storage and organizational secrets for your garden shed - make a planting calendar

    • Tina Roo

      I lose track of when I need to plant seed - this is perfect! Make a Ribbon Planting Calendar Better Homes and Gardens

    • Manuel Cagiao

      you can easily turn a small space on your wall into a simple planting calendar. Find some ribbon and some clothespins, and arrange your seed packets by month. By hanging this handy "calendar" in your potting shed or garage (make sure it's a space that stays relatively cool and shaded), you'll always see at a glance which seeds you should be sowing next.


      Another great garden idea! Ribbon calendar for seeds that need planting during each month.

    • Amy Tomlinson

      Pin seed packets to a ribbon on the garden shed wall that states which month to plant.

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      make a simple garden shed planting calendar using your seed packets

    • Julie Collett

      Planting Calendar #diy #ribbon #organized #garden #shed

    • Rebecca B

      Planting Calendar ... one day i'll have a green thumb

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