A Gardener's Guide to Organic Gardening
Merehurst, 2000 - Organic gardening - 96 pages
A practical guide, packed with advice on the basics of organic gardening, from maintaining a healthy soil to making your own compost and controlling pests. It includes information on how to grow flowers, vegetables, herbs and fruit organically, with advice on developing a beautiful organic garden.
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