A Gardener's Book of Days

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Frances Lincoln Limited, 1992 - Gardening - 112 pages
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Every gardener needs a book of days, a perpetual diary in which to keep a record of planting, garden tasks accomplished, and seasonal observations. In this book, each month is introduced with a personal note by Rosemary Verey, the late great gardener, summing up the pleasures it will bring, and offering timely reminders of jobs to be done. Printed with two weeks to view, there is ample space for personal observations. Full-page photographs illustrate Rosemary Verey's inspiring text, which opens our eyes to the magic of gardens and gardening through each month of the year. At the back of the book, in a special section with ruled columns, gardeners can record when and where plants were purchased and planted.

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Verey is one of the world's best-known and most well respected gardening writers. Her articles have appeared in major newspapers and journals.

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