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Re: Re: books

Thanks to everyone for your help-while we are on the subject of books, I
highly recommend John Hansen Mitchell"the wildest Place on Earth" --one of
my treasures & it's NOW $5.95 on lots of discounters -Dedalus-ordered 5 for
Xmas presents!
SAinSA  z9
----- Original Message -----
From: Kitty <kmrsy@earthlink.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Friday, January 10, 2003 11:11 AM
Subject: [CHAT] Re: books

> Sally Ann -
> There're lots of garden book freaks in this group - sort of goes with the
> terrain. I joined  GLDBC years ago when it was called simply Garden Book
>  That was also several owners ago.  When I joined I got Hortus Third for
> I don't care much for design books and coffee table books, which they
> more of now than they used to.  I would prefer to see more monographs
> they have never carried much of. (Timber Press & American Nurseryman are
> better for these) However, I've gotten a lot of good reference material
> them over the years.  I'm more selective these days on what I add to my
> library.  With internet sources available, I can sometimes find GLDBC's
> offerings elsewhere for less.  Also need to take into consideration their
> shipping $ which is higher than most others.  Even though I don't buy as
> from them as I used to, I look forward to their brochure as it keeps me up
> date on what's available.
> Kitty
> PS: Also watch Hamilton for deals on remainders.
> On Fri, 10 Jan 2003 09:12:45 -0500 SallyAnn <safart@aug.com> wrote:
> > Thanks so much! I am a garden book freak &
> > wondered if anyone else has
> > joined the Garden & Landscape  Design book club
> > that seems affiliated w/AHS
> > ????
> > SAinSA z9
> > -----
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