Easy gardening one hundred and one

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Storey Communications, Feb 1, 1998 - Gardening - 184 pages
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Quick! Try this Gardener's Pop Quiz!

1. What is the "Mother of All Gardening Mistakes," the one mess-up your garden will never recover from ? (p. 4)

2. True or False: If a little fertilizer is good for your garden, is a lot of fertilizer better? (p. 35)

3. Why do some seeds never sprout, no matter what you do? (p. 44)

4. Is compost really all it's cracked up to be? (p. 61)

5. What tool is so wonderful it could be called "God's Gift to Gardeners?" (p. 21)

Stumped? You'll find these answers and many more in Easy Gardening 101.

In twenty slear and entertaining lessons, Pat Stone gives you a complete course in the backbone skills of gardening. Then to spare you some commom beginners' blunders, Stone and forty-six other leading gardeners from across the country reveal their most embarrassing -- and funniest -- horticultural mishaps. So before you learn what to do, you'll learn what not to do!

So step right up and enroll in Easy Gardening 101. Then you, too, can show off a true Gardener's Diploma -- your best garden ever!

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Contents

Preface
1
Wise Words on Watering
69
Intermission
76
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Pat Stone has been an avid gardener and journalist for most of his life. He founded the literary garden magazine, GreenPrints, six years ago, based on his "The Weeder's Digest" broadcasts on public radio and CBS This Morning. Today, Pat continues to sort through the best of garden writings and illustrations for the magazine at his home in North Carolina.

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