By: Candice Keast
If you're new to gardening, you'll quickly realize that a lot of it is trial and error. Thankfully, you can learn from your mistakes by keeping a written record of everything that goes on in your garden. After all, becoming a better gardener just means you're learning from your previous mistakes.
Why keep a gardening journal?
Keep a gardening journal to:
- give yourself historical information of your garden from previous years
- keep track of your plans, lists, and key dates for easy reference
- help you remember what works and doesn't work
- improve your gardening skills over time