25+ Houseplant Layouts You Need In Your Bullet Journal
If you are anything like me you are obsessed with house plants and you have way too many—yet not enough… Back in October, I had a houseplant themed bullet journal, and to this day it is still my favorite. Because of this, I wanted to share my houseplant layouts and other incredibly inspiring house plant themed bullet journal layouts with you to inspire your bullet journaling! Check out the layouts below!
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Houseplant Stickers & Washi Tape
If you love house plants and you love bullet journaling, but aren’t very artistic, or don’t have the time to be artistic, these layouts are for you! These layouts feature stickers or washi tape with a houseplant theme. Interested in houseplant stickers or washi tape? Check out some of my favorites below!
October Cacti Washi Tape Weekly
This layout features a beautiful cacti washi tape and a cacti sticker that I love. Using the tape this way is a really simple way to incorporate houseplants! Image credit: Jihi Elephant
Cacti & Succulent Washi Tape October Weekly
This layout is similar to the last because it uses a succulent washi tape to break up sections. Image credit: Jihi Elephant
Cacti & Succulent Stickers October Weekly
This layout features cacti washi tape separating two sections as well as a neat line up of houseplant stickers! This one goes to show you can use washi tape AND stickers to vamp up a layout with minimal time used! Image Credit: Jihi Elephant
Year At A Glance by @purplanning_bymj
I love this very minimal year at a glance layout by pureplanning_bymj! She utilizes a really beautiful plant-inspired washi tape to add a border to the top and bottom of her layout!
My Picks: Houseplant Washi Tape & Stickers
Plants are my favorite thing to doodle in my bullet journal because plants aren’t perfect, so the doodle doesn’t have to be either! A lot of my doodles are inspired by my actual houseplants as well as by the plants in others’ bullet journals. Want to be inspired by some amazing houseplant doodles? Keep reading!
Elizabeth’s Bullet Journal 2017 Title Page
I am absolutely in love with this layout! It took me about half of 2017 to finally figure it out, but once I did, I died. This is my 2017 house-plant inspired title page. These plants were created using Tombow Dual Brush Pens. Photo credit: Jihi Elephant
Houseplant Doodles Weekly Layout
To this day, this is my absolute favorite layout I have ever created. It features 4 houseplants scattered throughout the layout. These plants are in orange terracotta pots and were inspired by my actual houseplants! For this layout, I used two Tombow Dual Brush Pens and blended to get the lighter colors! Photo credit: Jihi Elephant
October Weekly Spread Potted Plant
I created this layout similar to the last, I drew a plant inspired by my newest houseplant suing Tombow Dual Brush Pens and blended! This one is placed smack centered in my layout. Photo credit: Jihi Elephant
Photo credit: Jihi Elephant Photo Credit: Jihi Elephant. For the doodle challenge I created over at Page Flutter, two of my doodles were houseplants. These are incorporated into any layouts, but I wanted to share them to show you that you can doodle without an actual layout! You can even fill an entire page with houseplant doodles! Check out the next layout done by erdene.ce. She filled her page with doodles, and I love it!
Photo credit: erdene.ce
Books to Read Hanging Plant
This is the last layout of my own to be mentioned in this post, but it is one I am very proud of!. This is my current books-to-read layout which features a few little plants amongst the books. A Bookshelf layout is one way to incorporate houseplants! Photo credit: Jihi Elephant
Houseplant Habit Tracker
I love the leaves in the background of this habit tracker. It exemplifies that you don’t need your plants to be potted to make them beautiful! Photo credit: Pinterest
March Weekly Hanging Plants
I love the deep greens and hanging plants that @amandarachdoodles used in this weekly bullet journal layout! It’s beautiful yet simple!
Houseplant Sketch Bullet Journal Key Spread
This one by How I Study used plants in her key! How creative, I never thought of this!
Plant Care Collection
I love this collection bullet journal layout. Unfortunately, I found this one on Pinterest, and no one had claimed it! I’d love to give credit to its owner. I love this layout because it is a collection layout detailing how to take care of your plants. This is definitely something I need to adopt! Photo credit: Pinterest
February Finances & Mood Cacti
Photo 1 credit: bizzyb10_doodles Photo 2 credit: bizzyb10_doodles. These two awesome houseplant inspired bullet journal layouts were created by bizzyb10_doodles, and I love them! These layouts just exemplify the variety of ways houseplants can be incorporated into your bullet journal!
Gorgeous Houseplant Bullet Journal Layouts by @bujo_maripol
These Layouts by bujo_maripol are amazing! These feature these really cool succulent plants in glass hanging planters. I love house she kept this theme for her whole month of layouts and keeps similar plants throughout. I highly recommend checking out the rest of her layouts, they are beautiful!
March Weekly Spread
What is there not to like about this layout? The leaf doodles behind the dates is an amazing touch! Photo credit: Pinterest
Potted Cacti April Weekly
A houseplant a day keeps the doctor away! That’s the saying, right? I love these little cacti ! Photo credit: Christina77star.net
Plant Shelf 2018 Goals
This layout is another whose owner I cannot find! I love this use of this layout to fill a page that might otherwise have a lot of white space. The plants are incorporated via vine, wall image, AND potted on the floor. I love it! Photo credit: Pinterest
Hanging Houseplants and Plant Shelf January Spread
This layout is similar to the last. It incorporates vines, hanging plants and potted plants! The similarity suggests they were created by the same people! Photo credit: Pinterest
March Floral Houseplants
I don’t see floral houseplants very often, but @fridastudies nailed it!
Pink Hanging Plants
This layout by @mygianthandwriting is a beautiful twist of the general houseplant. She has chosen to doodle pink plants instead of green plants! I love this creative switch up to successfully keep a theme up! Massive props.
If you love these layouts and want more bullet journaling ideas to check out my plan-with-me posts and my Instagram where I post all my layouts!
DIY: Bullet Journal Spreads for Plant Enthusiasts
Bullet journaling (abbreviated as “bujo”) has taken the world by storm, from its simple utilitarian roots to the colorful and whimsical spreads found across Pinterest and specialty Facebook groups. Some bujo users create new themed spreads for each month or week, including a variety of planning tools like a calendar, to-do list, cleaning schedule, and mood tracker.
Bullet journaling is a great way to unplug from technology, focusing on an analog tracking method that relies on pen and paper instead of having an app for that. It’s great for long term planning and also for staying on top of day to day tasks, especially if you’re an achievement-oriented person who loves the feeling of checking off a box on a list. Suddenly making that phone call seems a lot more rewarding when you get to cross it off and bask in the accomplishment!
People have even reported anecdotally that keeping a bullet journal helps to reduce their symptoms of anxiety, since there’s a consistent practice to return to during the day to help list out and make a plan to tackle anything life throws at you. We’ve also reported before that plants have the benefit of reducing anxiety and boosting productivity, so it makes sense that these two hobbies can combine to make you a bullet journaling, plant growing powerhouse who can take over the world! Or, at least, your to-do list.
Here are some ideas of spreads you can make in your #bujo to combine your love of plants and journaling.
1. Plant Care Tracker
Make a spread to monitor your watering, fertilizing, dusting, pruning, rotating, or other plant care schedule. You could also make a note every time you see a new leaf, or make an individual spread to chart each plant’s growth.
2. Add Plants to Existing Spreads
March is coming, and with it will come the first day of spring! Why not do a plant themed March planning page with healthy soil, roots, leaves, and flowers to show you the way?
3. Plant Wish List
If you’ve got your eye on a particular potted pal (or seventeen), keep your wish list in your bullet journal!
4. Geeky Plants
Make a doodle page for plants from your various fandoms and favorite tv shows, video games, or books.
5. Plant Personalities
Draw each of your houseplants and keep notes on their preferences. Do they have a favorite song? Do they like a certain spot in the house or else they throw a tantrum? Do they look very handsome in their new pot?
6. Plant Glossary
Keep a list of your plants and their attributes. Are they pet friendly? Good air purifiers? Edible?
7. Other Trackers
Put a plant-loving spin on other trackers you might keep in your bullet journal. Maybe every day of the week you write is a petal on a flower, or each of your runs during half marathon training can be recorded on a leaf, with that week’s total on the pot for easy tracking of your weekly mileage.
Do you bujo? Show us your plant spreads!
Bess’s Houseplant Care Planner Plan-with-Me
Bess ordered a custom bullet-journal-inspired planner. Bess’s planner is a Leuchtturm1917 A5 Dotted Hardcover in Fresh Green. The primary color used for Bess’s notebook is green and the theme is houseplant care. Further, the layouts involved include a title page, index, future log, watering pixel tracker, fertilization pixel tracker, hello monthly pages, monthly calendar, monthly mood tracker, monthly plant care habit tracker, weekly rows, plant care chart, and plant doodle guide. Here you can read more about Bess’s planner.
Here you can learn more about the layouts for Bess’s custom planner.
Custom Title Page
This title page is custom based on my 2017 bullet journal cover page. The center of this design is the brown header. For the header, “Bess” is in a brown brush lettered font. Underneath is “2019 – 2020 houseplant planner” in print font. Last, above the header, are a hanging plant and two potted plants on either side. The doodles are in watercolor with some ink.
This index layout design comes with the notebook. I decided to fill it out using all-caps print fonts.
This layout features two columns per page; each column features a month from that year. The header is a minimal cursive.
Plant Care Pixel Trackers
Similar to a pixel mood tracker, I included two houseplant related pixel trackers in Bess’s notebook. The first tracker is for water with a blue brush lettered heading and the second is for fertilizing with a green brush lettered header. The rest of these pages is a grid involving a square for each day of the year. Down the right side is a key indicating how to fill in the square for each day. The key for the water tracker includes checked, watered, partial, and not watered. Finally, the key for the fertilization tracker includes checked, fertilized, partial, and not fertilized.
Watercolor Houseplants Hello Monthly
Each month features a watercolor hello monthly page, each with a different houseplant. Here is a list of the plants featured each month.
- July: Snake plant
- August: Dieffenbachia or dumb cane
- September: Spider plant
- October: Cacti
- November: Generic Tropical plant
- December: Generic hanging vine plant
- January: Palm tree
- February: Hanging hoya
- March: Generic small plants and Succulents
- April: Similar to a false aralia
- May: Bonsai
- June: Cactus
The left page of this layout is a calendar grid. The headers for the days of the week are in green print letters. Then the right side features a calligraphy cursive font header and two sections below. Finally, the section titles are in a minimal cursive reading “to-do” and “goals.”
Monthly Mood Tracker
The mood trackers are different each month. The most apparent difference is the theme or picture chosen. These images mimic the plant theme used in the hello pages. The images are broken into enough parts so that there is a part for each day of the month. Then, each day, the image parts get filled in. Each mood is assigned to a specific color, design, or shade of a color. Next, Bess can color in each part according to her mood or moods for that day.
Monthly Plant Care Habit Tracker
Like the mood tracker, the habit tracker is a grid for each month with a square for each day of that month. Instead of each column representing a month, it represents a habit. The header is a green calligraphy font and black print font. The key includes watered, not watered, checked, fertilized, re-potted, and cleaned.
This page features seven columns for seven days of the week. Next to the rightmost column is a houseplant or green washi tape. Further, the washi tape is different for each month. The main titling is in a black print font. Then, the weekday titling is just the first letter in green brush lettering. Finally, each letter has a subscript for the date.
Plant Care Chart
The care chart is a simple grid. The far left column is the key, then there are 5 columns to the right. Rows included are plant doodle, nickname, name, light, water, fertilize, temperature, humidity, soil, pruning, propagation, and poison level. This layout is meant to help Bess properly care for her plants. I included several chart pages.
Plant Doodle Guide
Bess requested some doodle guides related to houseplants. So, I included two pages of doodle guides including 8 different houseplant doodles.
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