206 p. Color photos of gardens in Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Michigan, Indiana, and Wisconsin; list of gardens to visit; information on mail order sources, nurseries, plant societies, agricultural extention services; references, index. Cloth, dust jacket, both near fine, underlining on one page; SIGNED by Wolfe. Bookseller Inventory # 2061PW
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About the Author: Pam Wolfe is the author of 200 Tips for Growing Flowers in the Midwest and 200 Tips for Growing Vegetables in the Midwest. She teaches horticulture at Chicago?s Morton Arboretum and writes for Chicagoland Gardening and other magazines. She lives in Downers Grove, Illinois.
Title: Midwest Gardens
Publisher: Chicago, IL: Chicago Review Press, 1991, 1st ed.
Publication Date: 1991
Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included
Signed: Signed by Author(s)
Edition: 1st Edition
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