Spring Garden Tips
Garden Journal
Start a garden journal. It can be as simple as notes on a calendar, plant tags and entries in a three ring binder or photos and a spread sheet on your computer. Keeping records of your successes, failures, pest problems and weather will help you grow a healthy, beautiful and productive garden in a more eco-friendly manner.

 

 

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