What to put in a Garden Journal

Dear Fellow Journalers,

In the beginning of your journal you should create a diagram or map of what you intend to plant and where. As you plant perennials,  you might mark them on a base mark and copy it each year creating new plans for annuals.

A future wish list will help if your garden changes due to weather conditions such as floods, etc.

Plant information – seed catalogs, garden books, websites – these are useful.

Date seeds started because you can track performance.

Germination dates- the date you first see the plants emerge from the soil will help you understand your garden.

Weather information- you will want to make notes on the high and low temperatures for the day as well as precipitation and winds.

All of these things and much more are important things to put in your garden journal.

‘Til next time,

~Sallie

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