Teaching my daughter to mulch: gardening meditations
A collection of essays which will feed your soul as well as your body. Composting, building a stone wall, gardening at night and more are discussed with humor and the insight of a long-time gardener who loves the soil. Decorative illustrations enhance the appeal of this book and provide evocative glances of flowering things.
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Teaching My Daughter To Mulch
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