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Gardening in the Lower Midwest: A Practical Guide for the New Zones 5 and 6

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..". a common-sense handbook for gardeners... It will help slacken the stress level that gardening was never meant to bring." --HortScience


"[Diane Heilenman] gets to the heart, the soul and the humor shared by all in the gardening world... both a practical reference and an inspiration... " --The Herald-Times (Bloomington, IN)


Diane Heilenman tells novice and experienced gar
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Hardcover, 224 pages
Published September 1st 1994 by Indiana University Press
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Pam
Oct 06, 2011 Pam rated it it was amazing
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Gardening in the Lower Midwest is an wonderful book for gardeners struggling in what Diane Heilenman aptly describes as the "Zombie Zones" in the lower Midwest where it is too hot, too cold, too wet and too dry all in the same year. While I, like most people, am attracted to gardening and cook books with photos, this book despite its lack of photos or drawings gives you sound advice on general gardening as well as specific advice on plants; landscape, flowers and vegetables. It is a must read ...more
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