Gardening weekends: strategies for the busy gardener
Gardening remains the #1 outdoor leisure activity in the U.S. Now, Better Homes and Gardens presents tips and techniques to save these gardeners time and effort. Beautifully designed with full-color photos, this book provides 52 garden projects that can be completed in as little as a few hours--and includes reliable information gardeners will refer to again and again.
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