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Backyard building projects : complete plans for more than 40 useful or decorative objects to make for your garden by David Tenenbaum
Organic Pest & Disease Control : How to Grow a Healthy, Problem-Free Garden (Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guides) (Taylor' by Barbara Ellis
Safe & easy lawn care : the complete guide to organic, low-maintenance lawns by Barbara Ellis
Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guide to Attracting Birds and Butterflies: How to Plant a Backyard Habitat to Attract Hummingbirds and Other Winged Wildlife (Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guides) by Barbara Ellis
Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guide to Garden Paths: A New Way to Solve Practical Problems in the Garden (Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guides (Houghton Mifflin)) by Gordon Hayward
Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guide to Small Gardens: How to Get the Most Impact From the Least Space (Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guides (Houghton Mifflin)) by Glenn Morris
Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guide to Soil and Composting: The Complete Guide to Building Healthy, Fertile Soil (Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guides (Houghton Mifflin)) by Nancy J. Ondra
Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guide to Topiaries and Espaliers: Plus Other Designs for Shaping Plants (Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guides (Houghton Mifflin)) by Linda Yang
Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guide to Cold Climate Gardening: How to Select and Grow the Best Vegetables and Ornamental Pl by Rebecca Atwater Briccetti
Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guide to Easy Practical Pruning: Techniques For Training Trees, Shrubs, Vines, and Roses (Tay by Barbara Ellis
Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guide to Fragrant Gardens: How to Select and Make the Most of Scented Flowers and Leaves (Tay by Peter Loewer
Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guide to Indoor Gardens: A Complete How-To-Guide to Selecting, Planting, and Caring for the B by Tovah Martin
Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guide to Kitchen Gardens: How to Create a Beautiful and Functional Culinary Garden (Taylor's by Cathy Wilkinson Barash
Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guide to Plants for Problem Places: How to Turn Any Difficult Site into a Beautiful Easy-Care by Linda Yang
Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guide to the Winter Garden: Plants That Offer Color and Beauty in Every Season of the Year (Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guides (Houghton Mifflin)) by Rita Buchanan
Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guide to Water Gardens: How to Plan and Plant a Backyard Pond by Charles Thomas
Window Boxes: How to Plant and Maintain Beautiful Compact Flowerbeds (Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guides) by Tovah Martin

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