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Reviews of Odd Lots: Seasonal Notes of a City Gardener

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Author (1): Thomas C. Cooper

Hardcopy edition:
Publish date: October 1995
Published by: Henry Holt and Company
List price: $20.00
ISBN Number: 0805037411

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Positive slubberdegulion On Mar 3, 2005, slubberdegulion wrote:

Collected from Horticulture magazine, these essays are gathered together by month and are more about a gardener than gardening in particular.
I liked the fact that the book can be read at any point and the essays are a nice length. His meditations on gardening are interesting, even more so because he sometimes revisits themes from different angles.
I did read about a few plants I hadn't considered and some of his ideas were very interesting.


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