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BBG Record: Dye Plants and Dyeing v20 n03 (1964) 255 exemplares, 1 crítica
Going Native (2001) 62 exemplares
Butterfly Gardens (2001) 61 exemplares
Native Perennials (2001) 49 exemplares
The Natural Water Garden (2001) 48 exemplares
BBG Record: Herbs v14 n02 (1958) 46 exemplares
Woodland Gardens (1995) 45 exemplares, 1 crítica
Bird Gardens (2001) 45 exemplares
Starting From Seed (2001) 44 exemplares
Tantalizing Tomatoes (1997) 39 exemplares
Old-Fashioned Flowers (2001) 37 exemplares
Kitchen Gardens (2001) 36 exemplares
Growing Bonsai Indoors (2008) — Corporate Author — 34 exemplares
Japanese-Inspired Gardens (2001) 33 exemplares
Chile Peppers (2001) 32 exemplares
Landscaping Indoors (2000) 29 exemplares
Easy Lawns (2001) 28 exemplares
Easy-Care Roses (2001) 27 exemplares
Shrubs (1998) 26 exemplares
Handbook on Ferns (1952) 24 exemplares
BBG Record: Annuals v48 n04 (1992) 19 exemplares
Low-Maintenance Gardening (1983) 18 exemplares
BBG Record: Mulches v13 n01 (1957) 18 exemplares
Gardening with Wild Flowers (1974) 17 exemplares
BBG Record: Roses v36 n01 (1990) 13 exemplares, 1 crítica
BBG Record: Bulbs v15 n03 (1959) 13 exemplares
Propagation for the Home Gardener (1984) 12 exemplares
BBG Record: Orchids v23 n02 (1967) 9 exemplares
Plants & gardens 8 exemplares
BBG Record: Soils v12 n01 (1956) 8 exemplares
BBG Record: Pruning v14 n03 (1966) 5 exemplares
BBG Record: Bulbs v37 n03 (1981) 5 exemplares
Roses 4 exemplares
BBG Record: Vines v10 n01 (1954) 4 exemplares
Get Ready, Set, Grow Video (1997) 2 exemplares
Natural Plant Dyeing 2 exemplares
Herbs & cooking 1 exemplar
Leaflet 1 exemplar
Contributions 1 exemplar

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PTArts | Oct 6, 2021 |
Turning Your Yard into hummingbird heaven
 
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jhawn | Jul 31, 2017 |
Borrowed from library. Very useful!
See also: How to Compost (Earth Machine): http://www.earthmachine.com/how_to_compost.html
See also: US Composting Council fact sheet: http://arlingtonma.gov/home/showdocument?id=22663

Notes:

List of common compostables (dry, carbon-rich browns and wet, nitrogen-rich greens), p.34-35

Composting techniques: pit composting, trench composting, digester composting, sheet composting, p. 42-43

Make sure your bin is "rodent resistant," p. 58

A good fork for turning your compost is probably the first tool you should buy - and could be the last. p. 59

Tip for composting in the north & central states with long cold winters: shred dry leaves in the fall and keep them on hand to add to the pile throughout the winter (to mix in with kitchen scraps). p. 69

Micro-composting: use a pot or planter (or use two, for different stages of composting). Make sure there are drainage holes in the bottom and a cover on top. Use old soil, newspaper, other absorbent materials on the bottom to get started. p. 81

Other micro-compost options: window boxes, compost towers, garbage cans, laundry hampers, commercial bins and tumblers, worm bins, p. 83
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JennyArch | Apr 27, 2017 |

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