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Tomatoes are wonderful additions to any home garden. They can be incorporated in a variety of dishes, and offer multiple health benefits. A garden with bright red tomato plants is a joy to behold. Armed with the right knowledge, you can have the tomato garden of your dreams. Of course, care and affection, from the time of planting until harvesting and through the plant's lifecycle, also plays a role in ensuring sustained and healthy produce. This book will lead you through your garden secrets for this amazing plant.

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ISBN: 9781476103815
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