Garden Journal Pages

Dear Fellow Journalers,

As I researched this topic more thoroughly, I found that a lot of gardeners embellish their pages with hand-made graphs and pictures of their flowers or produce. Here are some additional ideas from web sites and Pinterest.


Write a page onto a separate piece of paper and incorporate it into your journal page by using a seed envelope glued onto your page and tucking the journal page in it. You can download a seed packet from Print out your color, illustrate the front panel and glue to the back side the page. Slip in the journaling page and fill in the rest of the page.

Journal a flower- Cut colorful paper into petals and a stem. Write your page onto the shapes and glue onto the page.

Here are some sample pages from Google and Bing:

March 9th – We had more torrential rain overnight. I woke up to a flooded garden this morning, but this time a little more than the previous event.

March 12th – After all the rain, followed by a couple of spring days over the weekend, I couldn’t wait to get out to the garden. I wanted to plant flowers but I wrenched my shoulder and now I have to figure out another way.

March 15th – I just walked through the garden and there is a lot to be done. The garden is alive with wisps of flowers peeking through the soil.


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