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Top 6 Books To Help You learn About Gardening

Have You ever wanted to start gardening but not known where to start. Well here are a few books you can read over Summer or when you have time to guide you and get you started with all the gardening needs you need to know.

#1 Weeds in the Urban Landscape by Richard Orlando

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Weeds in the Urban Landscape by Richard Orlando is the ideal gardening reference. It includes an illustrated identification guide to 189 different varieties of plants and a comprehensive guide to integrated pest management, among other resources. Richard was the lead Gardener at UC Berkeley for nearly 30 years and former professor at Merritt College in Oakland. The book is perfect for the novice or the avid home gardener.

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Contributors: Julia Sadowski from North Atlantic Books

#2 The Complete Houseplant Survival Manual by Barbara Pleasant

It's an awesome reference for anyone who has to maintain lots of plants and give advice about how to.

In my case, I always have to help my clients learn how to care for the plants we place in their home, so The Complete Houseplant Survival Manual...has given me tons of knowledge and expertise for those conversations.

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Contributors: John Linden from MirrorCoop

#3 The Zucchini Houdini By Brenda Stanley

This book is great because normally when people garden, they over plant zucchini and end up with tons of it. This book is perfect for what to do when you have too much. It may be a cookbook that has dozens of great recipes, but it also has great stories about the history, fun facts, and gardening tips all about zucchini.

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Contributors: Brenda Stanley from BrendaStanleyBooks

#6 The Wild Tales and Garden Thrills Series by D.S. Venetta

A series of fiction chapter books set in and around an organic fruit/vegetable garden that entertain and educate elementary-aged children on the basics of growing their own food.

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Contributors: Dianne Venetta from BloominThyme Press

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