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Tennessee Fruit and Vegetable Book

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Gardening is now the favorite leisure pastime in America. Homeowners are realizing the benefits derived from gardening, namely enjoyment, exercise, and nutrition. Book retailers are well aware that the trend in gardening books is to regional titles that provide credible information on the plants that perform well in specific regions. The Tennessee Fruit & Vegetable Boo ...more
Paperback, 312 pages
Published April 5th 2002 by Cool Springs Press (first published 2002)
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Feb 26, 2009 Elizabeth rated it really liked it
I'm enjoying this book very much, as it gives such specific advice for all gardeners -- especially those in my area.

Note after I finished: I checked this out of the library. It's a great book, but more of a reference. To really use it, I think you would need to own your own copy. However, I did learn many things.
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Felder Rushing is a 10th-generation American gardener whose pioneer ancestors settled across the Southeast, bringing many plants with them. Rushing's overstuffed, quirky cottage garden has been featured in many TV programs and magazines (including a cover of Southern Living), and includes a huge variety of weather-hardy plants along with a collection of folk art. There is no turfgrass, just plants ...more
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