I noticed that Kate Smudges has moved to a new blog home on typepad.
Some ideas on garden journaling from A Small South Florida Garden:
If I am out of graph paper, I print my own by using a Microsoft Word document with a 1/4″ graph in light teal printed on the front and back of a blank sheet of paper.
I also noticed that when I just kept a garden journal, my thoughts on what to do next time sometimes got lost. You may want to keep a general journal that would hold the story of your garden and artwork and quotes and thoughts, and put things like what to do next year or next season in your garden planner so they are not forgotten.
Is this pic cool or what? via GardenHistoryGirl
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