Dwarf Fruit Trees: Their Propagation, Pruning, and General Management, Adapted to the United States and Canada
""Meeting the needs of the fruit culturist with a limited amount of gardening space, Frank Waugh's 1906 guide provides comprehensive information on the growth and management of dwarf fruit trees.""
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F. A. Waugh
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