The Gardener's Home Companion

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Gramercy Books, Sep 1, 2002 - Gardening - 651 pages
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A comprehensive gardening reference book that provides the beginning or expert gardener--and all those in between--with everything he or she needs to know about raising over 350 edible and ornamental plants. Unique step-by-step instructions with over 150 line drawings make every part of the gardening process accessible and understandable. Here is the key to doing great things in the garden.

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User Review  - Lisa - Goodreads

Love this book. Nice, concise chapters on growing various plants, with tips and hints that help a novice such as I, and that would be a help for anyone else who is more experienced. Read full review

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Barbara Radcliffe Rogers and Stillman Rogers are New England natives who write frequently about their home state. They have, jointly and singly, written and illustrated more than 30 books, most of them on travel, wildlife, and gardening. They also write regular travel columns, and their work has appeared in "Yankee," "Yankee Travel Guide to New England," and the "Los Angeles Times," They live in Richmond, New Hampshire.

Bob Brooke is a prolific travel and business writer who has traveled to more than sixty-five countries. He is the author of six books and his articles have appeared in many national and international publications, including "Adventure West," "Delta Sky, Business Traveller (UK), British Heritage," "Discover Mexico, AntiqueWeek, and Executive Traveler," among others. He lives in Frazer, Pennsylvania.

Barbara Pleasant has written five books for Storey, including the Garden Writer's Association 2003 Garden Globe Award of Achievement winner, "Garden Stone". She lives in Virginia.

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