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Reviews of Reader's Digest Complete Book of the Garden

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Author (1): Thomas H. Everett

Hardcopy edition:
Publish date: Month Unknown 1966
Published by: Reader's Digest
ISBN Number: 66-15517


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Positive cactuspatch On May 2, 2007, cactuspatch wrote:

My Dad had this book and when I grew up I borrowed it so much that I finally realized I needed to buy myself one. I still look things up in it all the time. It is my second favorite right after the Sunset Western Garden Book.

Positive MitchF On May 28, 2005, MitchF wrote:

This was my grandmothers "bible" now passed on to me - I use it even if all the moden types are not there so much helpful infomation I could not find anywhere else is in there that I cannot live without it now that i have gotten used to it. Would love them to put out a new one.

Positive Gindee77 On May 17, 2005, Gindee77 wrote:

This book is a great reference book and has a place in any garden shed or on any night stand! I found the information in it to be timeless and helpful regardless of it's age. Just don't fall asleep reading it, it's pretty heavy!

Positive shakemh On Nov 27, 2004, shakemh wrote:

One of my most referenced garden books. Had it for almost fifty years now. Taped together and showing its age and use, but still one of those I have referred too the most for myself as well as in the course of providing gardening advice as a master gardener in three States.

May be a little out of date. Just practical and down to earth. I guess Iím just old fashioned and tired of the glossy dittos that have become so common and take up more space than they are worth.

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