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The Garden Journal, Planner and Log Book: Repeat successes & learn from mistakes with complete personal garden records. 28 adaptable year-round forms, ... (The Garden Journal Log Books) (Volume 1) Paperback – November 28, 2015
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March 20th - I used a blow dryer to soften the glue to separate the pages, trimmed the edges, then made holes with 3 hole punch and placed in a big 3 ring binder. Just need a few more pages for logs and individual plant data -- did not know I had so much data accumulated over the past 3 years and to use divider pages for the major sections. I keep all my seed packets in a 4 inch thick binder too, in 4x6 inch photo pages, so I like having another binder solution.
This is a great choice if you are looking for a gift or you need a gardener's "tool" for yourself.
It is quite feminine/cute too with little plants and flowers drawn on the pages in the margins. I like this, but if you're searching for a more masculine journal or record book for your garden, this might not be it. It's not a hindrance to the effectiveness of the book, just a stylistic trend worth noting.
The other thing I like is the presence of the page categories on the open edge of the book. This helps you quickly find the section you need be it weather log, garden plot, various plant logs, etc..
The author gives permission to take part and copy her pages (as long as you do not mass produce with intent to sell or give away), to truly make your own journal. I will likely do this as I will require more pages than what is available in some sections.
It has a page of the U.S. Agricultural Zone Map, charts and tables with measurement conversions, and it has a page devoting to tree pruning (instructions and images) as well as soil, worm and drainage tests that you can easily do on your own.
There's a lot of space to fill in if you choose to, or you could probably scratch out and rename some sections to meet your needs, but the base level of this book is fantastic!