Southern Living 2001 Garden Annual
This amazing title is the Southern reader's one-stop source for a treasure trove of gardening information picked from the pages of the 2000 issues of Southern Living magazine. It contains beautiful photos that accent insightful articles, grouped according to the month they were first published. Useful information about annuals, perennials, bulbs, shrubs, ornamental trees, and more (everything a reader needs to know about Southern gardening) can also be found. Hundreds of tips and innovations are included in this wonderful title to assist readers in designing and growing perfect gardens.
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Month-by-month Gardening in the Carolinas: What to Do Each Month to Have a ...
Bob Polomski,Robert Polomski
No preview available - 2005
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