Gardening naturally: a guide to growing chemical-free flowers, vegetables, and herbs
A step-by-step process of divesting existing gardens of toxins or starting a natural garden from scratch. Pesticides and herbicides pose to our land, water, and bodies, and more gardening and farming communities are turning to natural gardening. This book shows how to grow flowers, vegetables and herbs that will flourish without the use of chemicals. Over 100 full-color photographs.
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Fertilizing Your Garden Naturally
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