Foolproof Planting: How to Successfully Start and Propagate More Than 250 Vegetables, Flowers, Trees and Shrubs

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St Martins Press, 1992 - Gardening - 320 pages
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Now available in paperback, this quick and convenient reference to planting and growing techniques delivers a perfect start for every plant. Includes step-by-step instructions for propogating 250 plants, an A-to-Z planting guide, and 125 explanatory illustrations.

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Foolproof planting: how to successfully start and propagate more than 250 vegetables, flowers, trees, and shrubs

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Getting plants off to a good start is probably the single most important step in gardening. The success of this book lies in its sole focus on this aspect of gardening. Halpin describes plant ... Read full review


CHAPTER TWO Vegetative Methods of Propagation
CHAPTER THREE Plants from the Nursery

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Halpin is an avid gardener.

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