Little Gardens for Boys and Girls
In this 1910 work, Myrta Higgins provides clear and concise instructions to aid young people and their parents in developing and maintaining their own gardens. Designed as a beginner's introduction to the world of gardening, the book ""begins with the fall months, when a garden should be begun, and follows through the seasons."" Helpful diagrams and charming black & white photographs illustrate the book.
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