Every plant needs a different level of care. If we give each plant the same amount of water, sunlight, environment, and soil, these plants will either flourish or perish.

Of course, we don’t want our garden full of dull and dead plants. It hurts, and it ends the excitement and hope we had when we first brought them home.

So, how can we ensure that each plant receives the care it requires? Yes, you guessed correctly – organization.

There are many factors to consider when caring for your plants. Today we will focus on how to manage watering them so that our garden is lush and colorful.

Let’s look at some interesting and simple plant watering charts that may seem tailor-made for you.

Plant watering chart template 1

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This plant watering chart is a great addition to your monthly organizational calendar. To the left, you can list up to seven different plants. You can check the respective boxes if you’ve watered that plant.

If you have plants that do not require daily watering, you can include instructions in the notes section. You can also include additional plant-care reminders at the bottom.

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This is a multifunctional chart that not only tracks the plant’s water levels but also allows you to specify the location of each plant, i.e. where you have kept the plant in your house. 

Assume you’re done watering your living room plants, but you forgot that the peace lily sitting on your bedroom window hasn’t been watered. In such cases, a quick glance at this chart will remind you of it.

There is also a column for the amount of sunlight required by the plants. Some indoor plants require only a few minutes of light per day to grow. A chart like this will come in handy at those times.

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This chart can help you get rid of over watered or struggling plants in your garden. It will help you in caring for all types of plants, including mature and young plants.

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This is yet another lovely chart that can be used on a monthly basis. Fill in the plant names on the left and keep track of the days you water the plants. At the bottom, you can also include notes such as changing the pots, changing the soil, and so on.

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This is a different plant watering chart. Here, you don’t have to feed your data, but refer to it as a guide. This is an important chart because the main reason houseplants perish is because they are not watered correctly. This chart solves the problem by listing famous houseplants and the frequency at which they need to be watered.

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This chart is not for the home, but for a larger purpose, such as a city. The digits correspond to the last digit of an address. The residents belonging to this digit will water plants in their area based on the location of the watering stickers. 

For example, an address that ends in 1 will water plants on Tuesday, Friday, or both days. Similarly, addresses ending in 6 can water plants on Wednesday, Saturday, or both.

This chart is an excellent tool for ensuring that not only your houseplants, but also the native plants in your area are watered on a regular basis. If the address does not end with a number, you can also assign digits to specific areas.

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Plants on this chart require special watering methods. If you follow the instructions in this chart precisely, you can prevent everything from soggy leaves to rotten plants.

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This chart has an additional column i.e. the moisture number. If the moisture meter reads below the specified moisture number, it’s time to water the plants. If the moisture meter reads above the specified moisture number, the plants are better off alone.

The frequency of watering the plants should match its corresponding row value.

How to use a moisture meter?

A moisture meter is a device used to measure the moisture content of the soil. Simply insert the meter into the soil and take note of the reading value.

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This watering chart also serves as an information display. Aside from telling you how often to water, a separate column contains information about these plants. There are also some fun facts about each of these.

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Looking to grow and care for your own indoor garden? This chart puts together a list of the 6 easiest houseplants that require very little water, sunlight, or space. Refer to this chart to find out how you can bring the greenery indoors for an instant pop of life in your home!

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This eye-catchy chart is an illustration-based guide on how to water your plants. You can also print it, and pin it to your fridge or your garden wall. Having such a chart makes gardening a more fun experience, doesn’t it?

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This chart can be used for flowering plants. Maintain a daily watering schedule and say hello to a colorful, bright garden.

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This is an interesting chart with enough space to write the names of the plants that need to be watered. There is also a small checkbox to ensure that you complete your task daily.

You can prepare the plant names at the beginning of the month and continue to check off the boxes as you water them. It is a flexible way of organizing as you can add any plant of your choice.

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This monthly chart will help you keep track of how many days you watered your plants in a month. It appears to be very neat, so there are fewer chances of confusion.

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Teach your child to take care of their plants while learning the days of the week and how to count in Spanish.

Kindness can start right at home! Encourage environmental responsibility by using this versatile plant watering and growth chart.

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This is a spreadsheet based watering chart. It will help you to track how frequently you water your plants. If something goes wrong with your plants, you can come back to this chart to make the necessary changes.

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This weekly plant watering chart is useful for keeping track of a long list of plants. This chart can cater all plants, whether they are at your home or in your office. The use of such a chart eliminates the need to keep multiple charts for the same purpose.

Plant-lovers, it will also help to organize and simplify your life to some extent.

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Use this monthly chart template if you love the attention to detail. 

How to use it?

In the first column, list the plants. Each row will have a unique name.

Check off the rows if you have watered the plants that day, depending on the date of the month.

If you notice any unfavorable changes in your plant, make a note of them in the notes section. An example of this would be unusual leaf shedding.

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This chart serves as a quick reference guide for many plants. Follow these guidelines to avoid starving or drowning your plants to the wrong watering levels.

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This is a winter-specific watering chart. It is only useful for the cold months. There are three columns to it: Plant type, How often? And How deep?

Any plant that falls into the same category has to be watered at the same intervals. Let’s say, you have grapes and melons in your garden. Both these plants come under the category ‘vines.’ You have to water once a month and around 18 inches (ca. 46 cm) deep.

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As the temperature rises in the summer, you may need to increase the frequency with which you water your plants. In such cases, this summer-specific watering chart comes in handy.

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There are several indicators that it is time to quit watering your garden. If temperatures fall below 39 degrees Fahrenheit (ca. 4 °C), the water freezes within a few inches of the soil. As a result, plants are choked by ice. To avoid this, follow this fall watering chart and save your plants from suffering.

Having all these useful charts at one place, it’s now easier for you to understand how to care for your plants with confidence.

It is now time for you to download and use these charts to your advantage. Best wishes!