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Guide to Alabama Vegetable Gardening

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This book offers advice on everything from starting your garden from seed, to planning your garden with helpful space saving techniques. Make this guide a must-have resource for anyone interested in growing vegetables, no matter what their space requirements. Helpful charts will outline when to plant and when to harvest cool and warm season vegetables.
Paperback, 288 pages
Published February 1st 2008 by Cool Springs Press
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Great reference, organized alphabetically by vegetable, with additional sections on starting seeds, preparing the soil, organic gardening, etc.
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Walter Reeves is a native Georgian who grew up on a farm in rural Fayette county, where he gained lots of practical knowledge about plants. His horticulture career began with the University of Georgia Extension, where he served for 29 years. Best known to Atlanta-area listeners as the radio host of The Lawn and Garden Show with Walter Reeves, he also reaches gardeners through his weekly columns in ...more
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