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HAVE: Hey! Here is my list of books to trade. New List!

Posted by drasaid zone 9 (My Page) on
Mon, May 16, 05 at 20:09

You Can Grow Tropical Fruit Trees by Robert Mohlenbrock 1980
Success With Small Food Gardens Using Special Intensive Methods By Louise Ritto
Trees of North America by Brockman
Mother Nature's Recipe Book by Derwood McCraken 1975
The Gardener's Book of Berries By Allana Swenson 1994
How to Know Wildflowers Mr. William Starr Dana (a Dover book.)originally 1900!
Edible and Useful Wild Plants of the United States and Canada by Charles Francis
Saunders (a Dover Book.) Originally 1920!
The Suburban Farmer's Handbook Jack Kramer 1977 (an old library book.
Herbs Techniques, Recipes, and More Kathi Keville 1991
Container Gardening (Burpee Book) Suzanne Frutig Bales 1993
The New Vegetable and Herb Expert Dr. D. G. Hessayon 1997
Down To Earth Gardening Month By Month from The Garden Club of Lookout Mountain
1974 (oddball self published book done with plastic spiral binding. Kinda fun.)
Backyard Composting from Harmonius Press 1992
and some Sunset books (you did'nt think you could avoid those?)
Low Maintenance Gardening
Small Space Gardens
Lawns and Ground Covers
I also have a couple of Trees of Antiquity catalogs and Forestfarm catalogs, if any would like them.
Also a Wayside Gardens catalog from 1981.
I have a few others (especially more Sunset books) just ask.
I will ship book rate.

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