The gardener's home companion: step-by-step instructions on how to raise and propagate more than 350 flowers, herbs, vegetables, berries, shrubs, vines, and lawn and ornamental grasses

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Barnes & Nobles, 1991 - Gardening - 651 pages
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Five chapters devoted to creating and maintaining your garden.

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In this easy-to-scan reference guide, six well-known garden writers provide a huge amount of information for the beginner and intermediate gardener interested in flower, herb, and vegetable growing ... Read full review

Contents

THE GARDEN SITE
1
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
23
PREPARING THE SOIL
40
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