Keeping A Garden Journal
We can register, as our grandparents and great grandparents before us did, weather conditions, growth patterns, successful garden design, pest problems, bountiful crops of food and flowers and that once in a century hail storm in July. Recording our successes and failures in the garden brings consistency to our lives in a special way. It grounds our busy minds and ties us to the planet and its cycles of forgotten nature.
Benefits: In the Garden
Perhaps we should begin by saying the real benefit to keeping a gardening journal is spending time in the garden! A gardening journal can be about organizing your ideas, germination rates, plant successes and failures, climate, wish lists and planning diagrams. Read more here:
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