How to Make Your Garden Grow: A Beginner's Guide to Popular Garden Plants

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Octopus Publishing Group, 2004 - Gardening - 160 pages
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From flowers that bloom year-round to living carpets, the plants highlighted in this book will transform any garden. New gardeners and keen amateurs will find all the information they need in this guide—to visit a nursery, make wise purchases, and protect and maintain their plants for years to come. Each page blooms with beautiful images from a well-known garden photographer—300 photos in all—and every aspect of care receives loving attention, including planting, pruning, and pest control. Explore the glorious possibilities of impact flowers, summer climbers, edgers, softeners, and more. Busy gardeners will especially appreciate the many time-saving tips. A Selection of the Homestyle Book Club.

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Buckland is a well-known TV gardener.

Howard Rice fue profesor de ministerio y capellan del Seminario Teologico de San Francisco, California. Fue tambien moderador de la Iglesia Presbiteriana en los Estados Unidos, y continua predicando y ensenado en muchas partes del mundo.

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