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RE: Well, today...

Not all Ortho books are written by their staff. Greg and Sue definitely
wrote this one. (Ortho's All About Water Gardening (Ortho's All About
Gardening Series) by Ortho Books ) Sorry, I realize they didn't publish any
of his books, just meant he has been writing about a book a year lately. I
can't remember who published his water gardening encyclopedia he did last

Chicagoland Gardening is based on zone 5 plants. I enjoy reading about
plants I can actually grow!


> In a message dated 4/3/05 9:53:47 PM, gossiper@sbcglobal.net writes:
> << a few books for ortho >>
> Donna, Ortho books are written & published by Meredith Publishing of Des
> Moines.
>     I have seen the Chicagoland mag but never see it available on the news
> stand in our area.  It would seem we would be a bit more cold but it would
> be
> applicable.
>     Ceres

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