Gardening with Ed Hume: Northwest Gardening Made Easy

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Sasquatch Books, 2003 - Gardening - 403 pages
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In addition to hosting the weekly syndicated radio program ?Gardening with Ed Hume, the author is the host of ?Gardening in America,? the longest-running television gardening show in the U.S. ?In this, gardening expert Ed Hume's first book, he gathers his experience and wisdom into a single encyclopedic manual. His gardening motto? Keep it simple. Hume shows readers that anyone can have a gorgeous garden that blooms in spring and summer and looks great in fall and winter ? a garden that doesn't need constant tending. The book contains special chapters on lawns, perennials, bulbs, fertilizers, and ground covers; includes 100 color photos, lists such as the best plants to grow under evergreen trees and a list of fragrant flowers; and offers tips on protecting plants during cold weather. A thorough, user-friendly guide to gardening in the Pacific Northwest that covers all the basics in a friendly, non-technical way ? and a good read regardless of zip code.

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