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Reviews of A Garden Book for Houston; and the Texas Gulf Coast, 4th ed.

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Author (1): River Oaks Garden Club

Hardcopy edition:
Publish date: Month Unknown 1989
Published by: Gulf Publishing Company
ISBN Number: 0884153509

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Positive mscott1212 On Apr 25, 2010, mscott1212 wrote:

I have used this book extensively since the mid 80's and love it. It has educated me on many different varieties of plants, how to grow, how to fertilize, how to care for the plants, and plant requirements. It's my plant bible. I will never loan it although I've been asked to do so. And sometimes I just sit on my deck, look across my fish pond at my flower beds and read the book over and over.

Positive louparris On Apr 28, 2008, louparris wrote:

This old standard (first published in 1929) is the Bible for gardening in Houston. It is a general gardening book, so many areas are treated. Some are necessarily quite brief. As it is old, it does not cover some of the newer introductions. However, it is the plant lists that have been most useful to me. They are very thorough. Indeed everyone who gardens in Houston, should, at the outset, acquire this book. The index is excellent.


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