Gardening doesn't have to mean tangling with trellises--it's about watching seedlings come up and tinkering about outside on a summer's evening. Andy Sturgeon is a long-awaited breath of fresh air for the urban gardener, offering up lively-opinionated commentary on over 150 plants. 70 color photos.
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