Have you ever had grand dreams of a beautiful garden, but it never went exactly the way you imagined? Maybe you thought you planted lettuce, but it never came up. You were sure it was time to harvest the carrots, but they were too tiny when you pulled them up. There’s a simple solution to these types of problems. Plan your garden before you plant it. Planning a garden allows you to prevent mistakes from happening in the first place, and keeps you on track for the whole year.
I’ve never been great about planning or keeping notes about the garden. It shows too, in my haphazard way of putting seeds in the ground. Some years I luck out. Other years I put in a bunch of work only to have nothing to show for it at the end. I’m sure if I were better at planning and note taking I would have better yields. So, when I got a chance to receive a review copy of The Gardening Notebook by Angi at SchneiderPeeps I jumped at the chance to increase my knowledge. It’s such a good resource for keeping track of my plans and notes!
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