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Paperback – 192 pages
6 Inches × 9 Inches (w × h)

Weight: 315 Grams
BISAC: GARDENING / Vegetables
Publisher: New Society Publishers
ISBN: 9781897408070
Pub. Date: 2008-01-15

About the Author

Robin Wheeler

Robin Wheeler was a permaculture activist, author, teacher and founder of the Sustainable Living Arts School. She taught traditional skills, sustenance gardening and medicinals at Edible Landscapes (www.ediblelandscapes.ca), a nursery and teaching garden in Roberts Creek, British Columbia.

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Gardening for the Faint of Heart

by Robin Wheeler



This humorous yet practicalgardening guide will help youget "down to earth". Packedwith whimsical illustrationsand overflowing with usefulsuggestions, Gardening for theFaint of Heart is ideal for thenovice gardener. Learn abouteverything from planning agarden and getting startedto pruning, managing pests,seeding and breeding, greenhouseand container gardeningand more. A perfect rainy dayread, this book never losessight of the fact that aboveall, gardening should be fun.

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