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Urban Gardening for Knuckleheads By Simonson University
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Urban Gardening For Knuckleheads is for the urban dweller seeking to grow and enrich their lives with 100% organic fruits and 100% organic vegatables or simply fulfill the desired "inner"... More > green thumb by creating a flower garden. This easy and simple to read guide walks you through everything needed to identify a location for your urban garden setting, building the garden, working the garden and enjoying the "fruits and vegetables" of your labor. Imagine growing your own 100% organic vegetables and fruits on your roof top or your balcony in your own Urban setting. You'll be amazed that you can download this beginners guide today and have your plants growing tomorrow. Build a flower garden in your urban oasis.< Less
Urban Wilderness By Laura Spencer, Nana Kwaku Opare
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Our urban wilderness backyard in Atlanta Georgia, a city in the forest. Each day and each season brings beauty and wonder.
IMAGES OF FLOWERS By Joan Walden
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CHECK OUT THE MEXICAN DAISY IN THIS BOOK,BACK SIDE OF IT IS YELLOW,CLOSE UP OF THE VERY BEAUTIFUL MORNING GLORYS.
IMAGES OF FLOWERS By Joan Walden
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CHECK OUT THE MEXICAN DAISY IN THIS BOOK,BACK SIDE OF IT IS YELLOW,CLOSE UP OF THE VERY BEAUTIFUL MORNING GLORYS.
San Francisco Garden By Ira Altschiller
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A photographic journey through an urban gem -- the Fort Mason Community Garden in San Francisco. The photos were taken over a period of several years. Although this community garden is small in size... More > it has a teeming richness that expands in the imagination. The wonder and mystery of nature. Click here to see offsite reproductions of a few of the photographs in the book. (There is a preview link at lulu for another look.) Individual prints here. 126 color photographs with a brief introduction.< Less
Ruby Begonia...If you're going to San Francisco, be sure to see the flowers everywhere....Infinite Diversity Blossoms in a Potrero Hill Community Garden, a Thought Sandwich By Sarah J. Curtiss
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I am so fortunate to live in a city that promotes gardening through community gardens. These beautiful plots of land are tended by city dwellers who keep the concrete jungle from taking over every... More > square inch of our city’s access to Mother Earth. What a marvelous species we are to be able to enjoy planting purely for the joy of looking at the blooms. Though vegetables are well represented, the vast majority of gardeners seem happy just to coax a blossom to open its petals and allow us a look into its very private center. As is proper in a thought sandwich, there is a thought at the beginning and a thought at the end… the center is a visual journey to the Potrero Hill Community Garden, an extra special spot in our extraordinary city, plus, in the interest of complete honesty, a few images from Crissy Field and my neighbors’ flower boxes on 16th Street.< Less
Ruby Begonia...If you're going to San Francisco, be sure to see the flowers everywhere....Infinite Diversity Blossoms in a Potrero Hill Community Garden, a Thought Sandwich By Sarah J. Curtiss
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I am so fortunate to live in a city that promotes gardening through community gardens. These beautiful plots of land are tended by city dwellers who keep the concrete jungle from taking over every... More > square inch of our city’s access to Mother Earth. What a marvelous species we are to be able to enjoy planting purely for the joy of looking at the blooms. Though vegetables are well represented, the vast majority of gardeners seem happy just to coax a blossom to open its petals and allow us a look into its very private center. As is proper in a thought sandwich, there is a thought at the beginning and a thought at the end… the center is a visual journey to the Potrero Hill Community Garden, an extra special spot in our extraordinary city, plus, in the interest of complete honesty, a few images from Crissy Field and my neighbors’ flower boxes on 16th Street.< Less