By: Brenda Little
203 pages, Col illus
With a little preparation and a few minutes a day, new or experienced gardeners can have a colorful flower garden and a bounty of vegetables with this fun and handy manual.
Readers interested in a successful flower garden can learn how to choose low-care perennials and annuals as well as develop blueprints, analyze the soil, and choose the right equipment. A productive vegetable garden can be achieved with low-care, high-yield vegetables as well as efficiently mulching and fertilizing the soil and the effective control of pests and disease.
Useful, easy-to-follow information on the basics of efficient gardening ensures that even the most harried gardener gets their planting off to the right start.
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