Michael Friedman Publishing Group, Incorporated, 1997 - Gardening - 224 pages
Every gardener knows the value of keeping notes -- it is a habit that has ample practical rewards (for example, you'll have a record of where you planted that drift of bulbs). It also offers less obvious but equally important satisfactions, as a repository of your garden (and other) thoughts, ideas, and dreams. These charming journals combine information in the form of advice and tips with space for jotting down your own garden notes. Compact in size yet offering plenty of room for note taking, the Garden Journals are illustrated with lovely original watercolors and evocative black-and-white line drawings. A boon for gardeners and dreamers alike, these journals will become treasured keepsakes.
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