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The Garden That Was By Mary Gonzalez, Joan Brickley
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The Garden That Was
Gardens By Paula Vicencio
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The Garden By Tom Hiley
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THE GARDEN IS A SATIRE OF THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD. IT TELLS THE STORY OF JEAN, A MAN WHO CREATES THE GARDEN. HE PLANTS SEEDS THAT GROW INTO CHILDREN, THE TOWNSPEOPLE TAKE NOTICE AND ARE SOON... More > CONSUMED BY THE PHYSICAL BEAUTY OF JEAN'S CREATIONS. THEIR INTEREST THREATENS THE WELL-BEING OF THE ENTIRE NATION. THE SOLUTION IS ONE OF CATASTROPHIC PROPORTIONS.< Less
the garden By lori suzanne holetz
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A collection of reflective musings inspired by visits to a small garden.
the garden By lori suzanne holetz
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A collection of reflective musings inspired by visits to a small garden.
the garden By Lori Suzanne Holetz
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A collection of reflective musings inspired by visits to a small garden.
In the Garden By Daniel Pfeifer
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I have been interested in vegetable gardening for many years, since I was 8 or 10 years old. This interest was passed on to me by my Mom & Dad, who acquired it from their parents. Although I... More > have made several unsuccessful attempts over the years, I always wanted to keep a record or journal of the garden. I thought it would be useful information, particularly in regard to the results obtained from planting different varieties, etc. In 2003 I finally accomplished my goal of keeping a record of the garden. It starts with the arrival of the seed catalogs in late December, and continues with starting tomato plants indoors, preparing and planting the garden, and harvesting the crops. However, it turned out to be much more than just a journal. It is an almost daily account of how I attempt to balance the demands of a garden with those of a family, and pleasantly achieving success at both. This book includes updates for 2008 including photos of my 2007 and 2008 gardens.< Less
In the Garden By Daniel Pfeifer
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I have been interested in vegetable gardening for many years, since I was 8 or 10 years old. This interest was passed on to me by my Mom & Dad, who acquired it from their parents. Although I... More > have made several unsuccessful attempts over the years, I always wanted to keep a record or journal of the garden. I thought it would be useful information, particularly in regard to the results obtained from planting different varieties, etc. In 2003 I finally accomplished my goal of keeping a record of the garden. It starts with the arrival of the seed catalogs in late December, and continues with starting tomato plants indoors, preparing and planting the garden, and harvesting the crops. However, it turned out to be much more than just a journal. It is an almost daily account of how I attempt to balance the demands of a garden with those of a family, and pleasantly achieving success at both. This book includes updates for 2008 including photos of my 2007 and 2008 gardens.< Less
Gardens By Christina Theisen, Rebecca Omonira-Oyekanmi
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Gardens is a collection of photographs capturing unexpected, tucked-away garden spaces in London: Christina Theisen portrays landscapes of biodiversity that co-exist in harmony with their concrete,... More > urban environment. Rebecca Omonira-Oyekanmi’s accompanying essay reveals the creators behind these spaces, their motivations, and why they believe the fight against the collapse of different ecosystems must start in our cities. The gardeners in this book challenge the notion that cities are for business only. Instead they envisage a London where rivers of wildflower meadows invade the city’s acres of cement, feeding bees and butterflies buzzing along the Thames, revitalising damaged ecosystems. This is a new story of protest, one that involves ordinary people, whose seemingly small, individual efforts to save the planet collectively amount to a growing, powerful movement.< Less
A Garden By Daniel Durolo
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A little blue flower always feels left out. All the other flowers think he is mean so they don't like him. The pink flower is mean, but all the flowers think she is nice, Finally the blue flower... More > comes across a fish that helps him along the way. It's a great story for children, The kids will love it.< Less