The Wisconsin Garden Guide
Big Earth Publishing, 1995 - 336 páginas
Thousands of Wisconsin gardeners have come to depend on this comprehensive guide of vegetables, flowers, fruits and plants that thrive in Wisconsin's challenging climate. Featured is information on composting and mulching, insects and pests, and tools and resources. The book also contains information on landscaping and houseplants.
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It All Begins in the Soil
Composting and Mulching
What to Do About the Weather
Vegetable GrowingBounty for the Table
Fruits Berries and NutsPerennial Providers
Storing Fruits and Vegetables
Flowers for WisconsinNine Months of Glory
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