I'm getting to that point with my gardening that I need to keep track of what I'm thinking. My brain is less able to keep track of what I planned to put where, what I want to try next, and what did and didn't work.
To remedy this situation I pulled out a grid paper compostition book from my stash. Now, I always prefer the grid paper ones, I'm just wierd that way, but I also chose it specifically for this project so that I could sketch things out easily.
I started with last year's stuff in the pages because I wanted to put down what I could manage to remember from then to help me plan out where I was putting things this year. I want to keep track for a mini -crop rotation type of thing.
I used some sketchy letter stamps to denote pages for the year, notes, planning, sketches, etc... The alphabet stamps I used are retired now but if you don't have some you like, you could use our current Janes Type Alphabet or Spencerian as well. Those might retire soon too so I'd jump on that if I were you. ;)
I made a second one without the stamped titles, but I added pocket pages to it. This one's going in my Etsy shop and would make a perfect gift for a gardener!
Don't forget you can order supplies to make your own gardening journal/altered composition book here at my website.
Or you can just buy the one you see above in my Etsy shop.