A Gardener's Diary (I).
By Rachel Paxton - firstname.lastname@example.org.
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|"Have you ever thought about
keeping a gardener's diary to record what you plant and where you plant it? Keeping a diary will help you plan next year's garden by recording which plants grew well and which ones didn't. You can also note which colors do or don't look good together, or which plants overwhelm one another.
Keep a record of how long the sun shines in different areas of your yard so you can find plants that require the appropriate amount of sunlight.
In our yard, the soil is not the same everywhere.
We have made do by planting different kinds of plants in different types of soil.
We have a big patch of very sandy soil that turned out to be adequate to grow a good crop of zucchini and pumpkins last year, as long as we kept it well watered. Our tulips did really well last year. We have them scattered here and there throughout the yard, but their favorite place is in a very sandy shady spot next to the front porch. Those tulips were twice as big as the ones that got more sunshine. This year, however, we got a little warm weather in early spring and then a cold spell."
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