Set the tone. It's the beginning of a brand new year and the perfect time to set the tone for your best harvest yet.
While you're perusing seed catalogs and planning your garden, go ahead and commit to that simple, timeless action that will help you get there: recording the basic events that happen in your garden and backyard world.
Basics like: what you planted and when, how all that fared, first and last frosts, when it rained and how much.
Before you know it, you will have your own backyard almanac, which is the best almanac you can have.
We regularly hear from customers about the many ways they use their Perpetual Gardening Record Book, including but not limited to: gardening, beekeeping, mushroom hunting, berry picking, bird activity and migrations, and of course -- anything related to the weather.
Clean, simple and easy to use, the Perpetual Gardening Record Book is an essential tool for any level of gardener, backyard farmer or nature lover in any zone.
Made in Alabama using recycled materials, the 80 pages of brown craft paper include lined Calendar Pages, Growing Charts (inspired from Thomas Jefferson's garden records), Sketch Pages, and a Resource Page. Click here to see photos of inside pages.