How to Win at Gardening: A Practical A-to-Z Guide to a Better Garden
Two experienced gardeners share their horticultural knowledge, as well as tried-and-true tricks of the trade, as they lead beginners through gardening basics and encourage experienced gardeners to explore new paths. The authors' light-hearted and straightforward approach makes the even dreaded subject of pests and diseases unintimidating. 400 color photos and illustrations.
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