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Abe’s Guide to Growing Marigolds contains all the information you will need to successfully grow marigolds from seed to garden beauty.
This guide contains descriptions for almost fifty different varieties, as well as sources for the seed to those varieties.

Published: Mossy Feet Books on
ISBN: 9781458091475
List price: $0.99
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