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Garden notebooks should be inviting to write in. They should prompt you to keep track of important information, but they should not tell you what to do or have a complicated format. That's my opinion, anyway, and that's why I developed these three garden notebooks. They are attractive but not too fancy to write in! Any one of these makes a great gift for a gardener, especially a gardener who is starting a new landscape. Prices shown include postage to USA and Canadian addresses. -- Betty Mackey
$9.00 GARDEN NOTES THIS YEAR. Just in time for the garden season, this is a very pretty book for your own garden notes. It is the blank but structured garden notebook, Garden Notes This Year by Betty Mackey. Each week you enter the weather data, bird and wildlife notes, plant observations, tasks done, and other events. It is112 pages long and measures a perfect pocketsize 6 x 9 inches. No comb, just a neat "perfect" paperback binding. It is pictured above (love that pink 'Sally Holmes' rose!) and is the perfect gift for any gardener.Click the book picture or name to go to the secure Paypal site and buy the book.
$9.00. PLANT NOTES: THE PLANT COLLECTOR'S NOTEBOOK. Quick, name that cultivar! Can't remember? Here's the PERFECT little notebook for tracking your garden plants, designed by Betty Mackey, with a space for your illustration or plant tag info on each page. When you acquire a plant, record its genus, species, cultivar, source, etc., one page per plant. There's room for 125 plants and you make an index as you fill the book. The pocket-size book measures 5.5 x 8.5 inches. The lovely cover shows a blushing peach Brugmansia bloom. ISBN 9781893443143.
Structured Notebooks for Your Own Garden Notes