Description - Gardener's Log Book by New York Botanical Garden
This waterproof log book is the perfect place for recording your work in the garden. Use this journal throughout the seasons, from building catalog wish lists early in the year, to noting the first signs of spring, to recording what vegetable crops you planted and their yield, to organizing yourself for bulb planting in fall, to, finally, putting the garden to bed for the winter. A five year grid at the beginning of each month offers space to note annual garden cycles over time, and journal entry pages are lined for notes or graphed for diagramming plantings. Whether you tend a window box, a cutting garden, or many raised vegetable beds, this is the perfect write-in companion to your gardening.
This weatherproof five-year log book includes the following features-
Sturdy waterproof cover to protect pages from rain and muddy soil
Lined pages and gridded paper for plotting beds
Five years of 12-month bloom and harvest grids for recording what you planted and when
Authoritative appendices on composting, pruning, pest and disease control, and container gardening
Useful reminders by season on fertilizing, mulching, and transplanting
Space for listing your favorite sources and suppliers.
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Format: Other printed item
(191mm x 114mm x 28mm)
Publisher: Random House USA Inc
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Author Biography - New York Botanical Garden
The New York Botanical Garden is an iconic living museum founded in 1891. It is a National Historic Landmark, with 250 acres supporting over one million living plants. Each year more than one million people visit the grounds to enjoy the remarkable diversity of flora and and to attend belowved annual events such as The Holiday Train Show and The Orchid Show.
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