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Linda Tilger encourages you to embrace the lazy gardener within to work smarter and relax harder. With hundreds of time-saving techniques, Tips for the Lazy Gardener shows you how easy it can be to grow hearty vegetables and fragrant herbs. Covering everything from planning an efficient garden to effective shortcuts for harvesting your crops, Tilga’s expert suggestions are designed to mitigate chore time while increasing your gardening pleasure. Enjoy a thriving and abundant garden — without all the back-breaking, energy-sapping work.
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Over 200,000 in print!
What's a lazy gardener?
Anyone who enjoys the pleasures of gardening but doesn't want to be chained to their garden -- in other words, all of us!
In this delightful but oh-so-practical book, Linda Tilgner offers hundreds of timesaving tips and routines to produce better vegetables and herbs with less work and more pleasure. You'll find ideas and instructions for planning gardens, building soil, sowing and transplanting, beating weeds and pests, and harvesting -- all designed to reduce maintenance and make gardening more leisurely and enjoyable.About the Author:
Linda Tilgner (1937-1989) was an avid Vermont gardener, second grade teacher, and mother of two sons.
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Book Description Garden Way Publishing/Storey Communicatins, 1985. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0882663909
Book Description Garden Way Publishing/Storey Communicatins, 1985. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0882663909
Book Description Garden Way Publishing/Storey Communicatins, CANADA, 1985. Soft cover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Grow a terrific garden the easy way with this collection of hundreds of easy, time-saving tips that will produce better flowers and vegetables with much less work. Seller Inventory # 006535