Gardening with Shade
Suzanne Normand Eyre, Sunset Books
Sunset Publishing Corporation, Feb 1, 1996 - Gardening - 112 pages
Anyone can garden successfully in the shade with information from this handy book. Learn about the various types of shade, how and why certain gardening techniques are needed, plus get an A-to-Z listing of proven shade-garden winners.
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