Item description for My Pennsylvania Garden: A Gardener's Journal (My Gardener's Journal) by Liz Ball...
Gardening requires time and planning. MyPennsylvania Garden: A Gardener's Journal is the perfect planning tool for anyone who enjoys and wants to improve their garden. It is arranged by week and is not dated so you can start journaling at any time of the year. There are weekly tips on each page, as well as space to record notes, such as "Garden Observations," "What's the Weather Like?" and "What Have I Planted/Transplanted?" Each week also features a page to record any notes you want to add in order to personalize your journal. My Pennsylvania Garden: A Gardener's Journal is a perfect gift for anyone who enjoys America's favorite leisure pastime.
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Liz Ball is a horticultural writer, photographer, researcher, and teacher whose articles and photographs have appeared in numerous catalogs, magazines, and books. Ball wrote regularly for the National Garden Bureau and Burpee's websites. Her weekly Yardening column appeared in her local newspaper for more than fourteen years. Ball has authored or co-authored a multitude of books, including the Pennsylvania Gardener's Guide (also for Cool Springs Press).She writes on a large number of topics for gardeners but specializes in addressing issues that concern non-gardening homeowners who have lawns and plants to care for but a limited amount of time or interest of working in the yard (whom she calls "yardeners.") After decades spent teaching writing, literature, and history at the secondary school level, Ball devoted herself to horticulture. She has taught courses on gardening for local community adult and arboretum programs, as well as for various universities. Ball is a frequent lecturer, speaking often to garden clubs, hort societies, civic groups and to the public. In her spare time, Ball concentrates on a two-acre yard that serves as her informal laboratory and demonstration garden for all her "experiments."