Dirt, the lowdown on growing a garden with style

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Dell Pub., Feb 1, 1994 - Gardening - 374 pages
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Shows fledgling gardeners what it takes to turn an ordinary garden into a personal statement, offering advice on where to start, necessary materials and tools, designing, getting rid of weeds, gardening catalogs, and other topics. Original.

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User Review  - Maria - Goodreads

this book gave me the initial confidence to begin taking risks in gardening, in my first little apartment starting foxglove and passionflower vine from seed under shop lights hung inside a closet. I ... Read full review

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User Review  - Terry Cottiers - Goodreads

My favorite gardening book ever (and I've read a lot of them)! When I read this, I feel as if I've written it myself, so alike do we think. For instance, she says when you plant something and it fails, don't plant it again. If it succeeds, plant lots of it!! Logical? Love this book! Read full review

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Contents

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27
Sources and Catalogs for Tools
337
Where to Get What to Plant
344
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About the author (1994)

Benson is a designer, writer, and once-owner of four highly innovative fashion stores called Dianne B.

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