The Permaculture Garden Journal was created to support teachers and families working towards a greener future. Planning, tracking, and organising organic garden records year-to-year is a great learning experience for young and old.

These 37 printable pages, with the addition of a fun cover sheet, were created with the permaculture gardener in mind. Simple to use and adjust to your specific needs, each page will assist you in designing, planting, harvesting, and maintaining your garden.

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Permaculture Garden

Whether creating a garden on a balcony, a small backyard or a larger parcel of land, this permaculture garden journal will support your family with nature findings.


  • Action plan for my garden – activity
  • Phenology wheel (x3) – activity
  • Garden Plan – activity
  • Learning notes
  • Base Plan- activity
  • Garden bed plan – activity
  • Seasonal planting list – activity
  • My weekly planner – activity
  • Plant profile (2 models) – activity
  • Seed Packet info – activity
  • Square metre/foot gardens info
  • Square metre/foot garden spacing
  • Square metre/foot garden plan – activity
  • Plant growth chart – activity
  • Insects in my garden (x2) – activity
  • Pest challenge – activity
  • Crop rotation – activity
  • What’s in my garden – activity
  • Harvest Log – activity
  • Garden Budget – activity
  • Garden experiment log – activity
  • Garden costs – activity
  • Future garden ideas – activity
  • Companion plants – activity
  • My recipe – activity
  • Photo journal
  • Evaluation- activity
  • Action planner – activity
  • Seed packet pattern
  • Notes (2)

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