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Project Tasks listed and labeled.

February 2, 2013

Now that you’ve taken some time to assess where your yard is now, and you’ve brainstormed some new plans for this year, today you can take 30 minutes to use this free printable to jot down all the individual tasks that you will need to do to make your plans come to life.

The first column is a check box for when you’ve completed the task.  Next is the task description itself.  The third column is to label which garden that task comes from.  I have a Children’s Garden, Patio, Deck, Front, Side Front, and Fence areas.  In the “Owner” column you can specify who will do that task if you have some help.  And finally, designate which month each task should be done.  For example, you will plant seeds in February or March, and transplant the seedlings to the yard around April or May, depending on your Last Frost Date.

This planning step is one that is overlooked a lot, but is pivotal to getting things done.  Don’t skip this step!  Have fun and enjoy the process!  I have included a free printable below that you can print out and put into your UNgardener Binder.

Cheers,

The UNgardener

UNgardener Project Tracker

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