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|Cheshire Public Library - Adult Department||GARDENING 635.223 THOMPSON-ADOLF||Test Revise El Estante|
|Marlborough, Richmond Memorial Library - Adult Department||631.531 THOMPSON-ADOLF||Test Revise El Estante|
|New Britain, Jefferson Branch - Non Fiction||635.223 THO||Test Revise El Estante|
|Newington, Lucy Robbins Welles Library - Adult Department||635.223 THOMPSON-ADOLF||Test Revise El Estante|
|Plainville Public Library - Non Fiction||635.223 THO||On Display|
160 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm
Introduction -- Part I: How to start, grow, and save seeds. Getting started ; Starting seeds ; From seedlings to plants to saving seeds -- Part II: Meet the plants. Fruits and vegetables ; Herbs and flowers.
"Are you ready to become a seed-starting and -saving champion? Author and gardening expert Julie Thompson-Adolf will walk you through every step of the journey, making the entire process a joy. In this book you'll find: Extensive plant entries that cover all the most popular vegetables, fruits, herbs, and flowers; Tips and hints, such as how to encourage stubborn seeds to germinate; Lists to help you find the best plants to add to your garden, whether you want heirloom tomatoes for hot, humid climates or a rainbow of eggplants; Simple DIY projects to aid your seed-starting and -saving adventure; And much more! Whether you're an experienced gardener new to seed starting and saving or a brand-new grower, you'll soon have healthy, productive, beautiful plants for your garden"--Page 4 of cover.
Starting and saving seeds