Mrs. Greenthumbs: How I Turned a Boring Yard Into a Glorious Garden and How You Can, Too

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Crown Trade Paperbacks, 1993 - Gardening - 246 pages
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Despite all the expertise she has gathered through years of gardening for fun and profit, teaching, lecturing, and hosting her own gardening radio program, Danz is still an amateur gardener at heart. She is aware of the constraints of time and money and gives plenty of advice, based on hard-won experience, that won't be found in reference books on gardening. 12 line drawings.

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Review: Mrs. Greenthumbs: How I Turned a Boring Yard into a Glorious Garden and How You Can, Too

User Review  - Juno - Goodreads

Read this many times. It's a delightful, opinionated, funny introduction to perennial gardening and it inspired me every time. Read full review

Review: Mrs. Greenthumbs: How I Turned a Boring Yard into a Glorious Garden and How You Can, Too

User Review  - Nancy - Goodreads

This is a re-read. Bought it years ago, read it, loved it, put it in storage. And just opened the box it's been living in for the past (yikes) five years. It was even better the second time. Hilarious ... Read full review

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Contents

Walking the Yard
10
Planning the Garden
23
FEBRUARY
39
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

Cassandra Danz's first book, Mrs. Greenthumb's, won the Garden Writer's Association Quill and Trowel Award.

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