The RHS Gardener's Notebook by Royal Horticultural Society
Making the most of your garden means remembering what you did when - only then can you identify what works and what doesn't. Making notes allows you to keep a record of your growing experience, planning ahead to order seeds and plants and create successful successional plantings for year-round colour and interest. This structured record book encourages you to identify strengths and weaknesses of your garden - there's graph paper for planning out beds, crop rotation charts for the vegetable patch, space to record dates and yields of fruit, veg or other crops. An undated journal section allows flexible journaling of day-to-day activities in the garden. There's even an Expenses and Suppliers section. Spiral bound with an elastic closer and eight tabbed dividers (two with pockets for storage of seed packets, receipts and such-like) and illustrated throughout with colour images from the RHS Lindley Library, the RHS Gardener's Notebook is the perfect gift for every gardener.