How to Keep a Garden Journal

Keep a Garden Journal To Save Time and Money

•Do you want to have gardens that make people stop and stare?
•Are you a passionate gardener that takes pride in your creativity?
•Do you want to eliminate mistakes that cost you time and money?
•Would you like to keep garden records for future reference but don’t know where to start?

If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, then you’ll enjoy reading “How to Keep a Garden Journal”. Journaling will help keep your garden plans on track. It will also help you plan outstanding gardens with fewer mistakes and failures.

By keeping a garden journal, you’ll add another dimension to your gardening enjoyment. You’ll come to appreciate the daily changes and new events as they happen. Expand your awareness of the wonderful world of gardening by keeping a journal book.

Because you have excellent records in your garden journal, you’ll be able to save time and money using this for future reference. You’ll have records of what seeds you planted last year, where you got that marvelous new plant that did so well, the receipt you need to return the tree that arrived in terrible condition.

You’ll find your garden journal to be a great tool and motivator that will give you the incentive to plan, dream and implement your goals as you constantly move to improve your garden and gardening skills.

This book is a compilation of all I have learned over years of keeping garden journals. I’m happy to share with you the things I’ve learned along the way. Hopefully, if you are a new gardener you’ll find this information useful. If you are a seasoned gardener, perhaps there are some new ideas here that will inspire you to keep better records or begin a garden journal.

My Book Pick:

From a database, to a colorful calendar, to a leather-bound book with your own watercolors and hand drawn illustrations, author and avid gardener Gloria Daniels offers a myriad of ideas to draw upon. No hit and miss gardener, Gloria plans and notes and projects what she wants her garden to look like from season to season, from when to plant seeds so your seedlings are ready at the proper time, to envisioning focal points and special containers. By noting where you’ve been, soil mixes you’ve used, particular URLs for special plants and seeds, you will save time and enjoy your gardening experience that much more. 

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