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HAVE: Lots of Books

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Thu, Jun 19, 14 at 22:00

Have:
Home Orchid Growing by Rebecca Tyson Northen (1986 Hardcover)
Green Thumb Garden Handbook by George Abraham (1961 HC)
Gardening for Everyone by Rogers Grounds (1978 Paperback)
10,000 Garden Questions Answered by 20 Experts & Dietz (1974 HC's) Vol #1 & 2
The Pruning Manual by Edwin Steffek (1969 Hardcover)
Natural Landscaping: Energy-Saving Alternative by Kindilien (1977 Paperback)
Time Life Encyclopedia Vegetables & Fruits by Crockett (1972 HC)
Chicken Soup for the Gardener's Soul by Hansen, Sturgulewski, Buck, Owen, Canfie 2001 PB
Simon and Schuster's Guide to Bulbs (1989 Paperback)
The Seed Starter's Handbook by Nancy Bubel (1978 Hardcover)
The Gardener's Guide to Life: Timeless Lessons by Criswell Freeman (1997 PB)
Foliage House Plants by James V. Crockett (1972 Hardcover)
Japanese Gardens and Floral Art by Kincaid (1966 Hardcover)
Your Garden Soil: How to Make the Most of It by R. Carleton (1961 Hardcover)
Vegetable Growing by James Edward Knott (1949 Hardcover)
Basic Gardening Techniques by Ralph Bailey & Good Housekeeping (1974 HC)


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