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Gardening journal

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A gardening journal helps gardeners improve their efforts over time by providing a historical record of actions taken, the weather and other elements and the results.

Example data points[edit]

Some data points worth tracking:

  • planting dates
  • transplanting dates
  • source and cost information for plants and seeds
  • weather particulars such as rainfall, frost dates and results
  • plant characteristics, date of germination, date they emerge in spring, appearance of blooms
  • date of harvest (for vegetables) or cut flowers taken
  • date and type of fertilizer or other chemicals applied, and to which plants
  • observations
  • photographs

Famous gardening journals[edit]

Among the most famous keepers of gardening journals are Thomas Jefferson, Claude Monet, Vita Sackville-West and Lady Skipwith.[1][2] Sackville-Wests' gardens at Sissinghurst Castle are kept today based on her written details.

See also[edit]

  • Garden
  • Plant

References[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. Cynthia Van Hazinga (1997), Flower Gardening Secrets: Sensible Advice from Seasoned Gardeners, ISBN 0783549369, Thomas Jefferson saw great benefit in keeping a garden journal. His "Garden Book" contains entries from 1766 to 1824
  2. Abigail Poulette (February 2008), "Famous Garden Diarists", Organic Gardening: 80

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