Garden smarts: a bounty of tips from America's best gardeners
Writing with wry humor and the in-depth understanding of one who's been "in the trenches" with her hoe and spade, the author of this endlessly informative guide takes a look at virtually every aspect of cultivating your garden. From planning and designing to keeping the environment in mind, every practical consideration is discussed in clear and easy-to-understand language. Line drawings.
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Making Friends with Your Habitat
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