The Garden Journal


Chronicle life in your garden with this elegant 5-year journal full of tracking tools, planning space, gardening guidance, and inspiration.

Compiled by garden personality Linda Vater, The Garden Journal is an essential record-keeping tool for every gardener, no matter what you grow. From daily happenings and garden successes to plant lists, variety names, and seasonal to-dos, you’ll be able to stay organized and keep a carefully curated record of current activities and future tasks. This gorgeous, heirloom-quality journal acts as a logbook and guide through 5 years of your garden’s life. Keeping track of success and failures, wishes and wants, has never been more beautiful! The special lay-flat binding allows the book to stay open on a table or potting bench, making it easy to write in without having to hold the pages open. 

Sprinkled with season-by-season guidance, inspirational words of wisdom, and growing tips from Linda, this tastefully illustrated journal is bursting with dozens of useful charts and tables to track everything from planting dates to weather events, right along with all of the other pertinent details you need to make the most of your passion for the garden. An interior cover pocket for keeping plant tags or seed packets and a ribbon page marker further serve to help you stay organized and on task. 

Included in this indispensable garden planner: 
Inventory charts for plants, seeds, and tools
Garden planning and design pages with plenty of room for sketching
A year-at-a-glance calendar for essential notes
Tracking pages for pest controls, soil test results, and harvest yields
Places to record planting dates, bloom times, and personal reminders
Pages for noting garden measurements and dimensions, bulb-planting locations, and other tough-to-remember info
Budget planning pages to organize garden purchases and expenses
Daily weather and activity logs for 5 years

The Garden Journal is sure to become a treasured garden companion. With time and curation, it will hold not just precious information, but also personal thoughts and missives about all the pains and pleasures of a life spent in the garden.