Good Organic Gardening



Edited by Penny Woodward, ABC Books, $35

Our readers will have no quarrel with Penny Woodward when she writes, “Why would we poison ourselves with unnecessary chemicals when there are proven ways of gardening that are gentle on the environment and

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