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Peacock Manure & Marigolds : A No Poison Guide to a Beautiful Garden

by Gillespie, Janet

Condition: Good>Very Good/Very Good


New York: Viking Press, 1964 Janet Gillespie, born of generations of gardeners and with 25 years of labor and love in her own New Hampshire garden, has assembled here a treasure trove of practical advice on how to grow a garden without the use of chemical poisons. Here are fascinating facts, recipes, and commonsense lore about lawns, flowers (including roses), vegetables, shrubs and trees. "Peacock Manure & Marigolds" is for everybody who loves a garden and everything that lives in it - flora, birds, pets, children and "good" bugs.184p. illus , bibliography. index, Usuall libraryr maks, ffep missing. 1st US Edition.. Hardcover. Good>Very Good/Very Good. Ex-Library.


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