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Dig: Modern Seasonal Gardening

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Hardcover, 442 pages
Published October 28th 2003 by Whitecap Books, Limited
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David Ward
Jan 10, 2016 David Ward rated it really liked it
Dig: Modern Seasonal Gardening by Meredith Kirton (Murdoch Books 2003)(635+/-) was a delightful surprise. I stumbled upon this in a used book store in York, England, and it has turned out to be one of the most comprehensive gardening books I've ever found. Though it's geared toward a British audience, most of the same ideas apply in my zone 6(b) garden in Tennessee. This is a great read for the serious gardener or for the gardening dabbler. My rating: 7.5/10, finished 7/15/13.
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Hi guys, this book was an interesting and new experiencing book. It taught me alot about different plants and gardens and how to keep your garden healthy and motivated.
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