Starting from Seed: The Natural Gardener's Guide to Propagating Plants, Issue 157

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Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, 1998 - Gardening - 111 pages
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Starting from seed is the only way to get access to the world's vast storehouse of edible, ornamental, and wild plants. Growing seeds is also a great way to preserve the planet's botanical riches, from disappearing heirloom vegetables to beleaguered wildflowers. This fully illustrated, easy-to-use guide includes everything you need to know to collect, store, and grow seeds successfully, whether you're a novice or an experienced gardener.

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