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Re: new books again

In a message dated 1/1/2000 2:19:36 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
naylorck@olypen.com writes:

<< Hostas and other Shade-loving Plants  by  Richard Bird and David Tarrant--
 nice photos with emphasis on Hostas but lots of other shade plant info and
 ideas of how to mix them--would be a good quick reference for a newer shade
 gardener or just a quick idea--talks about light and soil and lots of good
 info (not heavy research reading) and it was only $13.00 >>

hey all, saw this one today at b&n.  i think amazon should pay them sumthin 
for all the people who look at b&n, and "shop" at amazon, lol.
this little book also had some basics on garden structure construction, with 
some good ideas, even some basic pruning of shade trees.   actually one of 
the best "little" books for a first time intro to shade gardening, or that 
"late " Christmas gift too.

be good all

Cindy Johnson & Harry Abel
a new beginning
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traditional bamboo water garden accessories
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