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The BackYard Orchardist

by Diane Prokop

The science of growing fruit is complex, but Otto takes the mystery out of it. Anyone can throw a few seeds into the ground and end up with a couple of radishes. However, harvesting a passel of pears from a backyard tree is a bit more... Read More

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Five-Plant Gardens

by Elizabeth Millard

This is a well-tended and weed-free guidebook that’s likely to serve as a go-to resource for any type of gardener. One of the most challenging parts of gardening isn’t digging into the soil or dealing with pests—it’s planning... Read More

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More Food from Small Spaces

by Nancy Walker

“Better to eat vegetables and fear no creditors, than eat duck and hide from them,” counsels the Talmud, a book of Jewish teachings. In More Food From Small Spaces, Margaret Park provides a cornucopia of techniques for growing... Read More

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