Are you a gardener who wants to save money on next season’s garden?
One easy way to save money on your garden while improving the traits of your plants is to save seeds from season to season. Saving seeds from your garden will save money, increase self-sustainability, and allow you to improve your plant quality by only saving seeds from your best fruits and veggies.
You will need to be sure that you label the seed containers clearly so that you know what you have in stock for the next gardening season. These pre-made seed pack labels (found in the Member Resource Library) can be used to keep your seeds properly labeled from growing season to growing season.
What Exactly Will You Find In this Garden Seed Pack Label Download?
This instant pdf download includes printable seed pack labels for 30 different plants and one custom label for additional seeds that don’t fit the first 30. Each label contains a full watercolor image, the name of the plant, a space to date your seeds, and a blank for the source of the seeds (your garden, a neighbor’s garden, seed company, etc).
These labels come in cursive AND print so you can choose which ones work best for you.
The seed pack labels that are included in this product download are:
- BELL PEPPER
- GREEN BEANS
- GREEN ONION
- SWISH CHARD
- SWEET POTATOES
- A BLANK CUSTOM SEED LABEL
How to Download and Use Garden Seed Pack Labels:
If you have decided to save seeds this year, head on over to the Member Resource Library and download these FREE seed pack labels. *You can gain access to this library by filling out the form below.*
Once you have downloaded the file, you can print them out for use. I recommend printing on cardstock or laminating the labels so they can be used year after year. Attach the labels to your seed packs (envelopes, mylar bags, mason jars, etc.) with glue or tape.
The labels print out at the right height for photo box storage, but you can adjust your print settings to print whatever size you need.
How to Start a Seed Bank / Seed Inventory
1. Start a seed bank with seeds from your own garden.
2. Start a seed bank from locally grown fruits & veggies.
3. Start a seed bank with a ready-made seed kit.
How to Store Seeds Long-Term
First, you will need to completely dry out the seeds. Then, to store seeds over time, you will need to choose storage containers that will keep moisture, bugs, and rodents out. Use air-tight containers like mason jars or mylar bags. Add silica gel or powdered milk wrapped in cheesecloth to help absorb any moisture that might get into the container.
Are you ready to save some cash on your garden and increase your plant quality and productivity?
Download the Garden Seed Pack Labels for FREE in The Member Resource Library and start saving seeds this season!
*Do not replicate to sell. This product was created by Mama on the Homestead (Jessica Quinn) and is for personal use only.
*No refunds can be offered for digital products.
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