Kate Frey. It's 216 pages, available in hardback and ebook formats and due out 13th Nov, 2018.
This book does include 100 short 1-2 page tips to increase the reader's gardening enjoyment. To me, they read a lot like those page-a-day calendars. The entries are short and pithy and easy to read and digest. Most of the 'rules' are accompanied by lush garden photographs and it's the photography that really carries this book.
The photographs help illustrate the rules and I found a fair bit of inspiration. I've never been a blind follower or a really habitual planner. This often leads me to wander around my garden with irresistible impulse plant purchase in hand, trying to find a place to set it out. I've been saying for a long time that I really need more planning and structure in my garden and this book provides a number of delicious photographs of the potential benefits of careful planning.
Lovely book, bite size lessons.
Three and a half stars.
Disclosure: I received an ARC at no cost from the author/publisher for review purposes.