GARDEN WORKBOOK AND DIARY by Wellesley-in-Nassau,- Ed. by
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GARDEN WORKBOOK AND DIARY

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This is the answer to many a gardener's prayer -- an attractive and compactly designed diary for garden records. The planting -- the growing- the harvesting months have a page for each date; the mid-winter months, except for the first day in each month, with its decorative heading, allow two days to a page- a thoroughly realistic approach. The garden information on every page is sometimes drawn from gardeners of the past; sometimes it is pertinent information and guidance for gardeners today- checked for authenticity by authorities in the field. Tint block and paper, two color jacket, attractive photographs, and distinctive line decorations make the book appealing to the eye, while the practical aspects receive further consideration in the use of a grade of paper on which the record-keeping gardener can use either pen or pencil. Whether you are an outdoor gardener, an indoor or a greenhouse gardener, and no matter in what part of the country you live, this is a workbook designed for you. Sell in stationery department as well as in the garden book department.

Pub Date: Dec. 1st, 1949
Publisher: Doubleday