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The New York Times Garden Book, Revised

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384 pages6 hours

Summary

Every Sunday, leading horticultural experts writing in the garden pages of The New York Times provide practical advice on almost every phase of gardening—from lawn care to pruning espalier trees; from pest control to terrace landscaping; from old-fashioned rose culture to the selection of exotic house plants . . . with new articles on current concerns—organic gardening, pest control without pesticides, the use of herbicides to control lawn weeds, the use of mulches—and space-saving suggestions such as how to grow strawberries in barrels and tubs, gardens in “hothouse bottles, and many more. This book goes beyond the ordinary reference manual on workaday chores to give you a rich collection of exciting garden ideas—many new, but all tried and tested . . . The New York Times Garden Book will stimulate you to a keener awareness of the vast gardening potentials at your command, whether you have a tiny plot or elaborate acres. 

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