|Nothing like a four year old in charge of dirt... The aprons were a gift at Christmas, bought by my sister in law from an Etsy shop.|
|Madi is learning to write- and made most of the labels that were taped to the sides of the flats, directly under the designated cells.|
|Remember when I said I was 'going simple'? I couldn't help myself and ordered, then planted 8 cells, of Goji berries.|
|I keep this stuff close: scissors, pens and tape for labels. The green bulbous spike is for seeding- $4 allows me to drop one seed in each hole at a time (instead of scattering heaps of seeds to later be 'thinned').|
|My garden book has coils so I can tape extra seed packs in, I also staple in most of my seed and plant orders so I can remember varieties and quantities from year to year.|
Date on top then a rough chart: Row 1: Name of seed. Row 2: Number of cells planted. Row 3: Date planted. Row 4: Date of germination (the first sign of green)
Tell me how you keep track and stay organized! I'd love to know.