Garden Smarts: A Bounty of Tips from America's Best Gardeners

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Globe Pequot Press, 1991 - Gardening - 350 pages
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The only known antidote for the Gardening Bug--a compulsively readable book of nearly 1,200 invaluable gardening tips, harvested by the author from 200 amateur and professional gardeners with bright green thumbs. Learn how to outwit frost and extend the growing season, garden with less water, create a mini-greenhouse, and much more. Index.

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Soliciting tips from gardening authorities and just plain gardeners across the nation, Goldbloom has compiled a collection of practical advice and suggestions from folklore that is fun to browse ... Read full review

Contents

Making Friends with Your Habitat
1
Tips on Preparing Soil
21
Composting the Easy Way
35
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About the author (1991)

Glodbloom has been a garden consultant to Minnesota Public Radio, a garden cloumnist, and a radio host and producer.

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