Burpee American Gardening Series: Vegetables

By Burpee

Greens features:
* designated descriptions of greater than 70 greens, from Burpee's world-famous tomato hybrids to the unique kohlrabi
* whole cultural details, recommendation on soil practise, ratings of information, and crucial info on either new and outdated greens from arugula to zucchini
* an outstanding "plant portrait" part - each vegetable defined and completely illustrated with many entries exhibiting a number of pictures to tell apart varieties
* detailed chapters comprise "The Vegetable backyard Planner", "Pests and Diseases" and extra

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