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2017 Bloom Chart

2017 Bloom Chart

Color comes and goes in the garden. Though we don't need color for a garden to be successful (texture and form can take on that responsibility), consistent color is a fun challenge.

One way I like to keep track of color in my garden is a bloom chart. This chart will show you when things are blooming, what colors are popping and most importantly, when you have gaps seasonally. Our gardening season is just starting here in the Midwest, so I thought it was time to whip up a new bloom chart for the season. I've made it available for you too. Just click on the image below to print out a .pdf for yourself.

Below are some quick directions on how to fill out your bloom chart. I have a small bonus too! I created a bloom chart two years ago, so if you'd like a different style please visit here: 2015 BLOOM CHART

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Mix and Match Patio

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