I had initially been put of adding a gardening journal to my collection of organisational notebooks, partly because I wanted to keep my notebooks as “professional notebooks” and partly because there are a lot of great products already on the market.
However, one of my at home goals is to work on my garden. So I thought I could at least start with one for my own use (this is usually how these things begin).
For the first time in years (nearly 10) I actually have a garden. It is a bit messy and honestly I don’t know what is in it as we only bought it in December. My decision was to leave it for a year and see what bloomed. However there was not much activity in the garden in the winter/spring months and I don’t think anything will sprout up in the coming months either.
So I think I might try to get some potted plants and I am keeping a list of things I might like to plant in the future.
My gardening journal is now available to purchase here.
– Garden Planner (Month by Month) (picture 1)
– Gardening Monthly To Do List (picture 2)
– Kitchen Garden Planner
– Gardening Designs
– Project Planner (inc expenses) (picture 3)
– Plants List (picture 4)
If you are a novice gardener or don’t need the full works you can still download for free my chart for planting bulbs (currently only available for personal sized filofax).