Help with Houseplants: Printable Plant Care Wheel

My Garden Life
September 13, 2020
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Print and make your own straightforward care wheel for indoor plants. This guide tells you the kind of houseplant, how much sun it needs and when to water. Whether you want a houseplant that thrives in low light or is safe for pets, this plant care wheel has you covered.


3 sheets of printer-friendly cardstock
Double-sided tape or glue
1 paper fastener, prong or post


1. Print houseplant care wheel on cardstock.

2. Cut out the front and back circles of the wheel, plus the viewfinder.

3. Cut out the circles in the center of the wheel and viewfinder with a craft blade or fine-point scissors.

4. Use double-sided tape or glue to stick the backsides of the front + back circles together.

5. Fold the viewfinder on the dotted line.

6. Align the wheel between the folded viewfinder. Affix a paper fastener in the center.

7. Completed plant care wheel.

Get the Printable Houseplant Care Wheel

This printable care wheel for indoor plants makes it easy to remember key care instructions (such as sunlight and watering requirements) for a number of common houseplants.

Find the full instructions to print and assemble your care wheel on this page

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