Every successful garden needs a system. The First and Last Frost Date Worksheets help you track when to plant and minimize your garden to frost damage.
3 REASONS YOU WANT TO USE A FROST DATE PLANTING WORKSHEET
Number One: you may be savvy about the first and last frost dates for your garden zone, most gardeners are.
The problem is we often tend to work in generalities in the garden, and while you may know that your last frost date in the spring is April 10th – do you actually have a way to plan out when to start specific seeds?
A set of seed starting worksheets based on YOUR first and last frost date gives you space to keep track of it – all in one place.
Number Two: People who utilize fall planting methods often work against the approach of winter.
Let’s say that you want to get another crop of snap peans and lettuce growing and harvest before the first fall freeze comes around. It can be confusing when you need to make sure you have enough time for the crop to reach maturity.
The first frost date worksheet gives you space to figure out when to start seeds for your fall crops too.
Number Three: Do the worksheets once, use them for years.
The best part about creating systems for your garden cycles is they free you to do the things you love the most – planting and harvesting – without wondering about the timing of it all.
These worksheets take the guesswork out of when to start your seeds, plus you can use them over again every year. The only time you’ll need to do your research again is if you move to another garden zone!
Using the First and Last Frost Date Planting Worksheets in conjunction with a garden calendar gives you a way to create a monthly planting list tailored to what you want to grow in your zone.
Best of all, it’s FREE. With the First and Last Frost Date Worksheets, you’ll never lose your vegetable and herb planting to frost damage again!