Taylor's Guide to Fruits and Berries

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Roger Holmes
Houghton Mifflin Company, 1996 - Gardening - 451 pages
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No matter where gardeners live or how much land they have, thay can all grow some kind of fruit or berry. In this Taylor's Guide, experts introduce readers to the best varieties, explain how to grow them, and show in words and photos how fruits and berries can be incorporated into any garden. 100 color photos. 75 drawings.

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Roger Holmes is the founding editor of "Fine Gardening" magazine. He co-edited the monumental "Taylor's Master Guide to Gardening" and other highly regarded gardening books, as well as produced the landscaping series of which this book is part.
Lance Walheim lives in California and has authored or contributed to more than 30 gardening books, including "Lawns for Dummies," "Roses for Dummies," "The Natural Rose Gardener," and "Citrus," He has also been a staff editor at "Sunset" magazine.

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