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Reviews of A Gardener's Guide to Frost: Outwit the Weather and Extend the Spring and Fall Seasons

Book Profile
Author (1): Philip Harnden
Author (2): Roger B. Swain

Hardcopy edition:
Publish date: February 2003
Published by: Willow Creek Press
List price: $24.50
ISBN Number: 1572235764

Categories:

Hard-cover

  Garden Bookworm editor's notes:  
Each year, as you prepare your garden, you know that sooner or later—in the spring or in the fall or in both—Jack Frost will pay you a visit. Knowing that, what can you do at the start of the gardening season to prepare for those frosty nights? In this book, all aspects of frost are explained to help gardeners start their planting earlier in the spring and extend their growing season later in the fall. You’ll learn what weather systems produce frost, how it damages, or enhances, the flavor of your plants, how to read your garden’s microclimate, and how to design your garden so you can work with frost, instead of against it. The informative text is paired with beautiful full-color photos of useful frost protection techniques and wonderful gardens in their full frosty splendor.

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