The Supper Book
According to farming lore, corn can be planted when the leaves of the elm tree reach the size of squirrels' ears. This and many other observations allowed farmers and gardeners to build upon experience and knowledge, thus improving the crop each year. In "The Gardener's Five Year Journal," dedicated modern gardeners can keep records of their own techniques and preserve important dates, names, and patterns that would otherwise be forgotten. This easy-to-use workbook includes space for tracking weather conditions, recording the names of plant varieties, measuring what was successful and what wasn't, and much more. Featuring helpful tips and tidbits of wisdom from John Ashton, this journal enhances personal satisfaction and increases the efficiency of any garden.
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