Garden & Preservation Planner

  • How do you decide what to grow in your garden?
  • Do you know how much to grow?
  • Have you thought about how much your household will use in a year?
  • What seeds do you already own?
  • How long do seeds last, anyways?
  • What seeds do you need to purchase?
  • How much fruit will one plant yield?
  • What are you going to preserve, and how much do you need to grow (or pick on another farm?)

Planning, planting, growing, weeding, tending and harvesting a garden is a lot of work! It’s best to make sure you know what you’ll use and you’re planting only those things! This guide will help you think through what you use and what you really need to grow, where to grow it, how to grow it, and how to preserve it.

Upon purchase, you will be given a link to download this e-book and start using it immediately! Happy planning! 🙂


Add to Cart
Photo Credit

{ 12 comments… read them below or add one }

Beth Aiken March 13, 2012 at 11:30 am

Is this a hard copy or e-book?


Brenda March 13, 2012 at 11:37 am

Beth, it’s an e-book. Thanks for asking! 🙂


Emma March 14, 2012 at 7:56 am

Can you give us an idea what the book looks like inside? Or is it a blank journal? 🙂 Does it have chapters, places to write notes, garden plans & layouts, etc?


brenda March 14, 2012 at 8:56 pm

Emma, sure! There are a lot of blank charts to write on, some charts with info (like how long to keep particular types of seeds), a blank garden map, a list of good gardening books, a list of gardening tools, etc. I hope this helps! 🙂


Alison Sheffield February 7, 2013 at 12:54 pm

I was a little disappointed after purchasing this guide. ” This guide will help you think through what you use and what you really need to grow, where to grow it, how to grow it, and how to preserve it.” This description is a bit misleading. The guide is mostly blank documents for planning, but one must already have an idea on how to garden/canning to benefit from this. It will not teach you how to grow or how to preserve which is the reason I purchased it. I will hopefully find it useful much further down the line.


K. Griffin April 2, 2013 at 9:14 pm

Do you have a sneak peek into the book as to wht the pages actually look like. I am ot one to urchase blindly. Thank you


MaryAnn Brower April 4, 2013 at 7:12 am

How much is $12.95Â please? What does the “A” stand for? Sorry, it isn’t something I’ve seen before and while I will look it up after I leave your website, I thought others might have the same question. Australian, perhaps? This is a reasonable price for a book (actually it’s a bargain) if it translates equally to American dollars (which is the currency I must use) but most people, myself included, won’t buy without knowing first.


Brenda April 4, 2013 at 7:16 am

MaryAnn, yes, it’s American dollars! I changed the font on my site and it added those characters in random places! I will delete it now! Sorry about the confusion!


Vanest April 4, 2013 at 7:19 am

It wouldn’t be wise to purchase this book without more information. Is it an ebook of just checklists that we fill out, or is there useful information and lists (i.e.-seed longevity, suggested plant quantity per person, etc.) included along with the fillable checklists?


Susan April 6, 2013 at 2:50 pm

I am curious too on the questions asked by K. Griffin and Emma. I see you answered the cost and ebook question but did not respond to their questions. Is there a reason for that?


EJ Duncan April 2, 2014 at 11:02 am

I just purchase this book and did get immediate access to download the pdf. The book is mostly charts in which you journal in and also charts that tell you how much each plant will yield so you can determine how many to plant per person. And also what equiptment you will need and such to preserve your harvest.


Lotus April 25, 2015 at 7:39 pm

I would love to join in . I want to plant a garden so badly but I don’t know the secret of the green thumb,lol.


Leave a Comment

{ 13 trackbacks }