Seed to Harvest Garden Journal
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Track your garden's progress from seed to harvest with the printable Seed to Harvest Garden Journal.
With this garden journal you can make the most of your garden space.
Track what plants or seeds you grew. What did well in your garden so you can grow it again.
And track what plants or seeds didn't do well so you don't grow them again.
Record a plant journal to have a record of what steps to take the next year when growing that plant again.
And a weekly garden record so you'll know when to plant, when to harvest and how much it cost you to grow your garden.
What's in the Garden Planner
Inside the Seed to Harvest Garden Journal, you'll find pages to track when to plant your seeds, planting calendar chart, harvest tracker, a plant journal and a weekly garden journal to document how your garden is growing and more.
The garden journal has 20 pages and includes…
🌱 Seed Starting Tracker
🌱 Planting Chart
🌱 Planting Calendar
🌱 Monthly Garden Journal (calendar style)
🌱 Plant Journal Pages
🌱 Seasonal Planting Chart
🌱 Fertilizer Record
🌱 Garden Tasks Checklist
🌱 Garden Expense Tracker
Use it Year After Year
Once you purchase the garden planner you can use it year after year.
This enables you to keep a record from the previous years to help you plan for the next season's garden.
What You Get...
This is a printable product. This is not a physical product. Nothing will be mailed to you.
You'll receive a pdf file with the garden planner pages that you can print and use.
If you need help with downloading see our downloading tips.
When Will I Get My Item?
Because this product is a digital product you'll receive it right after checkout.
There will be a download button right after checkout. You'll also receive an email with a download link also.
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On a Computer or Laptop
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On a Mobile Device
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All Files are in PDF Format...
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Seed to Harvest Garden Journal
I'm a hopeless creative—always bursting with new ideas and energy...but somehow I lose steam before I finish projects (gardens included). I'm not a flaky person, I just think it's overwhelm. There's so much to keep up with in my brain that I decide to switch to something simpler. I've tried gardening for several years in a row, but it always feels like I'm starting from scratch.
Shelly's Garden Journal is giving me the structure I needed to follow through with a garden, from sprouting the first seeds to ongoing maintenance. Every little thing a garden needs, she's got a spot for it in this journal...including places to make notes when something is "off" and you discover what it is.
The biggest tell-tale sign this is awesome? I'm USING IT. Writing things down is helping me feel less overwhelmed, so I can focus on one tiny step at a time. Gardening is more joyful this time around than ever before. I didn't have a black thumb, after all! I just needed this kind of organization to help my gardening efforts all hang together. THANK YOU, Shelly!
I love my gardening and am a sucker for garden planners. I particularly liked Shelly's planner for not only its thoroughness but also the small details she included which make life easier for me. The big one is all of the fields in the pdf are editable. For me, this is a big win because due to my carpal tunnel it has become harder for me to write over the years. I can still type though!
Other inclusions such as the Planting Calendar that shows all of the months of the year on one page will be something I print out and put on my wall. It will help me with forward planning a ton. It has a Seed Starting Tracker with all the right fields and a Garden Tasks for the Month page that actually has enough lines to make it useful to me! So much more too.
If you are a gardener - whether a long timer or just starting out, I recommend this planner. It will cover absolutely everything you need to track throughout the year.
This is exactly what my husband needed! He's a budding gardener trying to stay on top of what needs to be done and what he has done. Was that squash or cucumbers? ;-) This journal is the perfect place to take notes.