To enter today's giveaway for a copy of The Gardening Notebook, simply leave a comment below sharing something you hope to do this year in your garden. The giveaway will end Tuesday night, so leave your comment before midnight Tuesday.
Today I want to share a brand new ebook with you, The Gardening Notebook by Angi Schneider. This new book is a wonderful resource for someone getting starting in gardening, someone looking for better ways to plan and organize their gardening, or for someone looking for specific tips and advice on growing specific crops. Not only does this book include a wealth of knowledge about growing individual crops, but it also provides numerous printables for organizing, planning, and reflecting on your garden.
The Gardening Notebook starts with a discussion on planning your garden space based on several considerations including your space, your crop preference, and your time constraints. It also discusses steps to get started with thoughts on companion planting, composting, and tilling. The book then goes into detail of growing specific edible crops with thoughts on pests and harvesting and storage. Angi provides easy to read notes based on her personal experience growing crops. The book is like getting a glimpse into her own gardening journal.
As useful as the information and introduction are to starting and succeeding in your garden, the strength of this ebook is in the printables throughout and at the end of the book. By simply printing this book and adding it to a binder you will instantly create a workable gardening journal for your notes. As a person who strives, yet never seems to achieve, an organized gardening notebook, this printable is likely to become an invaluable resource for me for years to come. Probably the most useful organization printable is the sheet outlining the planting schedule by dates for your specific region. With just a little planning you will know exactly when to plant your seeds both inside and outside.
This book is a welcome addition to my home and will provide the base of planning for my garden each year. You can get your own copy of the Gardening Notebook for a special offer price now through February 28th, or enter to win a free copy by simply leaving a comment below telling me about your plans for your own garden this year.
I look forward to hearing about your own gardening experiences in the year to come.
These opinions are my own, but for full disclosure, I did receive an advance copy of this book.
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