Garden Planning and Organization
Host: Mike Podlesny “Mike The Gardener”
In this week’s episode, Mike talks with Lauren Graves of Cabin Tiger Studio, about planning your garden and how to get it organized for your upcoming gardening season.
You will learn great techniques to record all kinds of information that will not only help you now, but help improve your vegetable garden for many seasons to come.
In this episode, here’s what we’ll cover:
Garden Record Keeping
Using a rain guage
Marking different years in the same book using different colored pens
Recording events in your environment as important gardening dates
How migratory birds play a role for seeds
Tips to keep you motivated during gardening season
About this week’s Guest, Lauren Graves of Cabin Tiger:
Whether you are planting a vegetable garden or simply noticing the arrival of the first hummingbird, as you begin to record your basic efforts and observations in your Perpetual Gardening Record Book, you will be amazed at the many blessings you already have — right in your own backyard.
We regularly hear from customers in every zone about the various ways they use their Perpetual Gardening Record Book, including but not limited to: vegetable gardening, beekeeping, mushroom hunting, berry picking, bird migrations, and of course, anything related to the weather.
Your Perpetual Gardening Record Book is one of the most important tools a gardener or backyard farmer can have — one quick note at a time soon becomes the family’s own backyard almanac, which is the best almanac you can have.
Whether you are noting rainfall, first and last frosts, what was planted and when, or how it all fared, there is plenty of room to note all of this and more — for several years — keeping all records in one handy place.
Clean, simple and easy to use, the Perpetual Gardening Record Book makes a wonderful, love-filled gift for any level of gardener, farmer or nature lover in any zone. In addition to being useful, there are timeless gardening quotes and photographs throughout, providing inspiration for all the seasons.