Southern Mom Loves: Garden Heirloom Seed Packet {Free Printable!}

Garden Heirloom Seed Packet {Free Printable!}

Monday, August 22, 2016

Now is the time when gardens are winding down, and if you use heirloom seeds, you're probably drying out your seed for next year's garden. Instead of storing them in baggies, jars, or in folded slips of paper, you can get organized with these (free!) printable seed packets.

These seed packets are just like the ones you'd find in the garden section and they're easy to make. The front is blank so you can add clipart or a quick sketch of the plant or fruit/veggie, which makes it easier to flip through a stack of them to find what you're looking for.

There are also spaces for you to fill out variety, sun requirements, and the year they were saved. You'll have everything in one place, just like the packets you're used to buying. 

Just right-click on the image below and choose "Save Image As..." to download it to your computer, add any clipart you want (you can do a google image search to find what you need), and print the jpeg or get the printable pdf here.

You just need scissors, a glue stick, and a pen and you're in business!

1. Cut the packets out.

2. Fold them at the grey dotted lines.

3. Apply glue to the bottom and side flaps.

4. Fold the glued flaps backward and bring the back panel over the flaps.

Easy-peasy! Now you have the perfect-sized seed packet!

Fill out the packet with each seed's information, fill them with your well-dried seed, and fold the top flap over. You can glue this in place or use a bit of tape to close it, but since I store mine upright, I don't have to seal it; That way I can use them over and over!

I hope you find these seed packet printables as useful as I have.


Do you save seeds? What are your favorite varieties to save? I love to read your comments!

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