The After-Dinner Gardening Book

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Ten Speed Press, 1992 - Gardening - 182 pages
5 Reviews
An urban gardening guide offers advice on growing a variety of fruits and vegetables in a limited amount of space, and includes information on potting soil, watering, fertilization, sunlight, pruning, and pests.

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Review: The After-Dinner Gardening Book

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If you like to eat and garden, this book is for you. Pits and seeds will grown into wonderful plants. Enjoy the entertaining format. Read full review

Review: The After-Dinner Gardening Book

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A charmingly written, albeit dated, look at how to grow exotic plants in a Manhattan apartment. After about 120 pages, and the realization that I have no desire to attempt to grow lychee nuts in my bathtub, I decided to abandon. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
to the Park and Local Construction Sites
5
Or Pots Homemade and Otherwise
10
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

Langer is a former gardening columnist for the New York Times.

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