Gardening Journal Record of Garden and Memories - Urban Gardens
Garden journal photo: Seayard on Flickr Winter is a great time for planning, dreaming, and collecting your ideas for recording in a garden journal. There’s no “garden variety’ garden journal. One person’s journal may be solely for record keeping while another’s might be a chronicle of experiences, a memory book–or both. Whether it be a […]
10 Tips on How to Turn You Garden into a Real Paradise
Your garden should be viewed as an opportunity to create a slice of paradise you can call your own, and here are some tips to help your out.
Keeping a Garden Journal in a Simple Binder - Our Stoney Acres
A garden journal is a handy tool for backyard gardeners. A good Garden Journal has 4 sections. Read this article to learn how to make a planting journal.
Why and How I Keep a Garden Journal
This is the first season I've kept a garden journal. This season my garden is doing better than it ever has. Is this a coincidence or a byproduct of taking conscious, careful notes? I can't be completely sure, but I do know that keeping a garden journal has made this growing season more productive and organized on my end, as well as even more enjoyable. This year my focus is only on my food production (I haven't really included anything about flowerbeds or trees -- we'll save that for next…
New handwritten garden journal
The first pages in my new commissioned hand-written garden journal After USA artist Tracie Lyn Huskamp so kindly featured my journaling on her blog, I thought it only courteous to readers (hers and mine) that I again include on my own blog my latest ongoing journal - rather than an experimental textile piece (as shown in my last post), which isn't yet finished as I left it behind after the workshop where I started to create it! I still haven't retrieved it. TLH featured two pages from my…
Start the New Year Off Right - Start a Garden JOURNAL!
Gardening is no exception to the “learn from your mistakes” rule. Observation is key to good gardening. The best way to keep track of the good, bad and ugly in your garden is to JOURNAL! Grab a pen and start now. Winter is a great time to get started – not much going on in the garden so you have time to design and write. But the key is to keep it simple and keep writing all year. Ever wondered when you planted a favorite tree, what it looked like when it was young? What you fed your…