Green side up: growing a perfect lawn in northern climates
What's the best way to keep your lawn healthy, long-lasting and green? How short should you mow your lawn? When is the best time to fertilize? How can you save money on lawn and garden equipment? Distinguished horticulturist Wes Porter answers all these questions and more in this newly updated edition of Green Side Up. Fully illustrated with close to 100 line drawings and augmented with engrossing tidbits of lawn and garden trivia, Green Side Up is a handy and delightful resource for any gardener battling the all too short summer season.Includes an extensive list of Canadian and American sources for seed, turf etc as well as a list of web sites related to lawns and gardens.
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