Synopses & Reviews
Gardeners know how helpful it is to be aware of what is happening in the garden from year to year – what germinates, flowers or fruits and when; how the weather affects flowering and fruiting seasons and harvests; issues with pests and so much more. The RHS A Gardener’s Five Year Record Book makes it easy to record what happens in the garden over a five-year period. Structured week by week, with five years to a view, it is flexible enough for the user to choose a personal emphasis if desired.
There are additional sections on Plants to Buy, Plant Suppliers, Useful Addresses and Gardens to Visit so essential information is all in one place.
The RHS A Gardener’s Five Year Record Book is illustrated with works of art painted on vellum held in the collection of the RHS Lindley Library. These date from the 17th and 18th centuries.
The Royal Horticultural Society’s A Gardener’s Five Year Record Book
provides a single place for horticultural notes, dispensing with those scraps of paper that all gardeners seem to accumulate. This beautifully designed book enables you to chart your garden’s progress month by month and to record when plants bloom, which tasks to complete, the weather conditions and other comments. The book also provides pages to list possible plant purchases and suppliers, gardens to visit and reflections on gardens visited. - The Royal Horticultural Society