Keeping your garden journals, tags, photos and notes organized can be a challenge. At the end of the season, I have to admit that I tend to get lazy. Tags will become strewn about, notes will end up in places out of sight and it starts to feel like a cluttered mess. I always try […]
Summer is finally here and it’s time to spend some time in the garden. Here are some ideas for prioritizing what to do in the garden in June to get on track.
It seems everyone has a garden journal these days–but are they really necessary? What do you write in them anyway and how are they helpful? I’m answering all those questions for you, and when I’m done I’ve even got links to different garden journal pages for you so you can print out just the right […]
February is the month to get into seed starting and other tasks that give us a leg up on the gardening season. Find out what you might be able to do depending on your climate.
Now that we’re at the start of a new growing season, I’ve realized I can’t remember the details of what I planted last year. How many pea plants? What variety of tomatoes? Did we have a hail storm? To help myself be a better note taker and to keep all of my information in one […]
Need to get a handle on the mess when it comes time for potting and repotting seedlings and plants? Create a space specifically for that purpose and suddenly a chore becomes a joy! This post shows how easy it is to Build a Potting Station.