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HAVE: These books to trade

Posted by gardeningjunkie z5b (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 5, 06 at 6:18

Hi, I went through my bookshelves the other day and decided to get rid of a few books I don't need. I would like to trade books for these plants, Hoyas That I don't have, or any of the new coneflowers such as orange meadowbrite, mango meadowbrite, razzmatazz,sunset, ect. or other interesting perennials that will survive zone 5 winters.
here is my list of books:
How to grow housrplants-a sunset book

John Bradshaw's guide to better gardening-houseplants

Herbs-the spice of a gardeners life

how to grow healthy houseplants

Fun with terrarium gardening

Flower arranging by number

Flower arranging for fun

Better homes and gardens flower arranging

Japanese flower arranging for american homes

Sunset-houseplants A-Z

houseplants for every window

Flowering cacti and other succulent plants

The complete book of lillies

the new york times book of houseplants

Golden guide of orchids

growing orchids is fun-simple facts about growing orchids

the weekend gardener

country living-handmade soap recipes for crafting soap at home

the complete book of herbs-a practical guide to growing and using herbs

organic gardening magazine-beautiful easy herbs

better homes and gardens-houseplants

the complete book of houseplants and indoor gardening

the total book of houseplants

gardening week by week

the timelife complete gardener-low maintenance gardener

sunset- roses

jerry baker:
evergreens and shrubs
bakers dozen

I am not interested in trading for seeds only plants.

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RE: HAVE: These books to trade

Hi gardeningjunkie,
I realize that this is kind of an old post, but if you still have the orchid books I'd be interested in hearing more about them. Hard or soft cover? How big? # of pages, Photos? How to's? I have plants to trade for the right book.

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