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My Favorite Herb Garden Journal: Grow Your Own Herbs is great for keeping a detailed account of the progress of assorted herbs you intend to plant. Jackie Tan and Iana Chen have made it easier for garden lovers by creating a helpful little book consisting of routine tasks you need to complete. The first page of the journal has a special space for the gardener to place a photo of the original garden before gardening commences, and there is another one at the back of the book that should show a photo of the herbs that were proudly grown. A graph sheet is provided so you can design a proper arrangement of the herbs. You will have an adequate amount of space to make notes on weather conditions, fertilizers, watering times, planting dates, and comments on the joy felt when the herbs begin to grow.
This is a journal that can be used all year round or seasonal. You will not have much writing to do, just recording basic information in the relevant categories on the pages. These include plant names, lessons learned, wish list, reminders, and frequent visitors like insects and birds. Keeping a record will enable you to learn much more about maintaining a herb garden while having an enjoyable time doing it. My Favorite Herb Garden Journal: Grow Your Own Herbs by Jackie Tan and Iana Chen will also make a terrific present for persons with green thumbs, and can even be used for school and club projects.