Accessible Gardening for People with Physical Disabilities: A Guide to Methods, Tools, and Plants
From the Publisher: Veteran and first-time gardeners age five to eighty-five will find all the expertise and practical know-how necessary for designing, planting, and maintaining a garden that suits their special needs. Dozens of mail-order sources are provided for the many tools, seeds, plants, and other materials discussed. From measuring for planter boxes to selecting suitable tools and plants, the author thoroughly describes how to garden in a variety of situations.
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