Cottage Garden Flowers

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Cassell Illustrated, 2003 - Gardening - 96 pages
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Now anyone can enjoy the delightful fragrance and color of an English cottage garden at home. Hardy and needing only minimal care, cottage gardens are ideal for those whose desire for beauty is tempered by a busy lifestyle. Here is everything you’ll need to start your own little oasis, from selecting flower and herb varieties to watering and feeding, coping with pests and diseases, and more, all accompanied by full-color photographs and illustrations.

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Sue Phillips is a staff writer for "Woman" magazine and writes regularly for various gardening publications. She is the president of the Cottage Gardening Society.

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