Here's how you can keep a garden journal, making it the ultimate resource that will save you time and money year-after-year.
Landscape (and Garden) Journaling 101
Yesterday, when I shared my DIY Gardening Notebook with you, there was another notebook sitting right beside it in my cabinet What? You didn’t notice it? Of all my gardening and landscaping resources, this is the most important one. The little blue (no flair) notebook. Of all my gardening tools in the tool rack, this is the most useful tool. The little blue (unlabeled) notebook. (Please don’t tell Martha – the “you know who” gardening and organizing guru of all.) It’s more than…
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