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Moleskine Passions Gardening Journal: Carnet Jardinage
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Following on from the huge success of the "Books", "Film", "Music", "Recipes", "Wine" and "Wellness" journals, Moleskine now offer six more journals specifically tailored to the things that one adores. "The Passion Garden Journal" comes with pre-printed sections as well as a blank tabbed section which can be fully personalised. It is accompanied by hundreds of stickers and features a double expandable pocket and is printed on acid-free paper and comes in unique hard covers, embossed with glossy artwork with bespoke horticulture inspired artwork.
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In the past I have used notebooks or art books which are a lot larger than this, and I have to say when I got the moleskin one, I thought it was a little too beautiful for my dirty gardening and I'm not entirely sure where to begin, however, as we are not quite in spring here in the southern hemisphere, I still have plenty of time (although I must mark down the date I moved the compost heap and planted the garlic!) The fact is though, that I'm a bit fearful of ruining the beauty of the notebook with my scruffy garden writing, and I don't want to be so precious about it, particularly as I usually write in my scrappy old garden notebooks of the past when I've just come in from the garden, usually before I've washed up, so ewwwwwwww! Imagine how they look! But I also draw, and make charts, and colour code stuff, like my crop rotation chart, seed list etc.
I really like the stickers that come with the moleskin one, and the concertina pocket in the back cover and the workmanship is beyond compare! How wonderful. And now that I look at it, once I get beyond the beauty of the notebook versus the dirtiness of my garden writing habits of the past, I can see that it is going to be amazing, as I will be able to put my harvest records all in the same place, drawings of things in the blank page section, there is a great resource at the front with the climate details of all areas, including my spot in the South Island of little old New Zealand, so that alone impresses me. Then there are tabs for plant info; pots, tools etc (handy to keep track of or put a wishlist there); design (grid pages of course); visits (in case I go to other gardens, and the book is small and neat enough to carry anywhere); and garden log, which is the main part I'll be using. But wait, there's more! There are more tabbed sections, and blank pages, and all the pages are numbered so you can easily cross-reference other parts of the notebook, and there's an index at the back!!! Could it be any more perfect! And to keep everything in place, of course the notebook has an elastic band thing around it. And to add even more luxury, there are three bookmark ribbons. Now that I've reviewed it, I'm wondering what's taken me so long to put the garlic in (in the plant section and the log, where I will mention the number of the plant section page) and the compost heap change (I can draw where it is in the design section, and write it in the log, again putting the page where I have drawn it in the design section.)
I am so pleased that I have got this just before the gardening season starts, and I actually think for the first time ever I have a garden journal that I can actually carry around in my bag, and really keep on hand. At this time of year, end of winter, I can be writing my seed list (which I already have colour-coded by root, fruit, leaf or legume plant type in a box and I can use one of the blank tabs for seeds and colour-code them there for each category) and maybe planning which seedlings I will start of first, and perhaps some dates for direct sowing of other seeds.
What fun! The Moleskin Garden Journal is inspiring and useful and beautiful too! Roll on spring!
That said, I do like the different kinds of papers - blank, lined, graph - so you can sketch, plan, journal, etc. And there are little title stickers, so you can label the sections as you wish. It's nice...just a tad too fussy.
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