Which is why I like to make sure I always have one of these on hand
The square (graph) moleskine is a favorite. Particularly this size, the large. It is just big enough to fit some serious graphing or calendaring or planning and just small enough for tucking in a purse.
In fact, just linking to it I had to go buy another set of 3. I think I might have a compulsive graph paper problem.
Over the last couple of years, I’ve been taking a moment at the beginning of the spring to draw out, on graph paper, the layout of my little garden. Very little, but still a garden.
(branch. ha. I totally didn’t even plan that.)
As I contemplated my new garden plans, I got to thinking I really needed a pretty place to dream out my garden.
And I got to thinking I really needed all of my years of garden plans in one place.
And I needed one place to keep all the great tips and plant favorites I hear from friends.
So I put together a printable label to make my own official garden planner, and am sharing it here so you can have a place for all your garden dreaming if you like.
:: GARDEN PLANNER ::
GARDEN PLANNER :: Click to download here from Dropbox
Ore click to here: Garden Planner (426)
(depending on your browser, after you click you may need to right click and Save Image As)
Pick up a couple square moleskines if graph paper is your thing. Or if you are more of a blank paper person (my other favorite) moleskine has something for you too. Or ruled. Or upcycle something pretty out of a cereal box. Stick on your label, and start drawing.
Happy garden dreaming.