I have been thinking of how I can better organise my growing seed collection. I’m very excited to present to you my solution utilising re-use cardboard sheet and boxes.
Seed Organisers For Big and Small Seeds DIY Re-Using Cardboard
My big and small seed organiser. Re-used boxes and old cardboard for the dividers.It works so well! You can put in or take out a divider if you need more space for each alphabet.
I don’t even have to label the box as the bags are already doing it.
The bags I am using are the ones you can buy from stationary shops.
Scroll down or click “continue reading” for how I did it!
I goggled seed organisation ideas and came across this blog.
I thought great idea and was looking for the template I provided below, but there was none. So I decided to make my own 😉
Hope it helps you:D
Below are my workings of how I figure out how big I wanted the tabs to be base on the box.
To make the middle tab, I had to estimate it. I took the length of the box divided by say 10 and work my way down till i got the closest whole number.
It really depends on how many tabs you need. I think it’s better to do more tabs than less, because it is easy to take out some if it is not needed. I had to remove some dividers as some compartment was getting too full.
Seeds I placed in the big box also included seeds where I had more than 1 type such as tomatoes and eggplants. I also placed the big seeds like the broad beans etc.