Gardening Under Lights (The Time-Life Encyclopedia of Gardening) ebook
by Wendy B Murphy
Gardening under Lights. by James U. Crockett and Wendy B. Murphy. Release Date:January 1978. Publisher:Time-Life Books.
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30 books were published, this set of 21 is a good start to a collection. TIME-LIFE: The Encyclopedia of Gardening-Bulbs. These books are a wealth of information for the aspiring gardener and the photos and illustrations alone are worth it. The back covers on some of these are scuffed, the front covers are excellent and the text pages are like new. A few books have a book plate on the inside front cover, with the person's name who previously owned the books. Free shipping eligible. TIME-LIFE: The Encyclopedia of Gardening-Orchids.
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Murphy, Wendy B; Time-Life Books. Describes the characteristics of 192 plants that can be raised under lights and explains how to care for them. Artificial light gardening. Time-Life Encyclopedia of Gardening.
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Follow Dave's Garden. I like the Time Life series of gardening books. They were inspiration for a beginner and still serve as a good source of plant identification as well as information. This book is no exception. Return to the Garden Bookworm homepage.
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