FREE On-Line Garden Planner

Editor's Note: We just published an updated round-up and review of all the best online garden planners out there. Check it out here!


First there was the free on-line room planner, and now, just in time for planting season, we have the free on-line garden planner. You draw your dream garden and then pave it, plant it, and populate it with such things as trees, flowers, ponds, fountains and even garden gnomes. The website should come with a warning, however: "Users may become addicted." Oh, but what fun!

Note: the free version does not support saving files, but you can print them. And, of course, there's always 'print screen'.

To find out which online garden planner we like best, check out our updated (May 2015) post here.

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bruno on May 19, 2015:

Hey everyone! We've just published our update review of online garden planners, and we share our pick for which one is best. Here's the new blog post: "What's the Best Garden Planner? We Find Out"

Anonymous on Apr 10, 2015:

The website is smallblueprinter.com & then just click on the one for garden planning.

Megan on Apr 04, 2015:

Can you type in what plants you know you want and it shows you where they should be planted?

Anonymous on Jan 17, 2015:

Would love to try it

JD on Nov 21, 2014:

worth a look

Lily on Nov 12, 2014:

I'll try it

Anonymous on Nov 05, 2014:

Looks like what waht i need

Anonymous on Sep 03, 2014:

Looks good

Anonymous on Aug 18, 2014:

Add a comment before you try something? huh makes sense.

Mbd on May 20, 2014:

Does this work on an iPad? Nothing comes up when I click on the hot link. Too bad bacause this is just what I was looking for.

Anonymous on May 13, 2014:

I'll give it a try

Elaine on Mar 25, 2013:

Looks good!

Lois on Jun 11, 2012:


Anonymous on Apr 21, 2012:

How do I comment when I haven't done anything, yet?

Anonymous on Apr 13, 2012:

gotta get some work done

DIY Maven on May 03, 2011:

Marek--Very nice! I like how the objects adjust in size depending upon their distance from the eye. 

Marek on Feb 04, 2010:

Hello Maven,

You may also have a look at the online tool I recently launched, which helps creating quite pretty garden visualisations. It uses a little different approach, since instead of the view from the top it is more oriented toward working with normal, human view. If you're interested here is the link: GardenPuzzle - garden design tool .

I'd love to here your feedback,



erika on May 04, 2007:

I sure could have used this last month!

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