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61. Gardener's glossary (id:IND79001166)

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62. Grapes are great but you may have to wait; buying rooted vines can save you a year (id:IND79001189)

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63. Herbs for flavor, fragrances, fun in gardens, pots, in shade, in sun (id:IND79001184)

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64. Just about any home garden can produce blueberries (id:IND79001192)

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65. Onions are finicky as to growing, curing; and garlic may not be a joy either (id:IND79001174)

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66. Planning your vegetable garden--plots, pyramids, and planters (id:IND79001167)

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67. Play it cool with cole crops (cabbage, etc.): they attain best quality if matured in fall (id:IND79001171)

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68. Strawberries like full sun--and a good deal of attention (id:IND79001190)

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69. Sweetcorn, that home garden favorite for good nutrition and eating pleasure (id:IND79001178)

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70. Vegetables in containers require enough sun, space, drainage (id:IND79001170)

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71. Why folks garden, and what they face (id:IND79001150)

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72. A few rows of home garden potatoes can put nutritious food on your table (id:IND79001182)

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73. Asparagus starts up slow but goes on and on; rhubarb also takes its own sweet time. Asparagus (id:IND79001180)

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74. Asparagus starts up slow but goes on and on; rhubarb also takes its own sweet time. Rhubarb (id:IND79001181)

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75. Cane and bush fruits are the berries; often it's grow them or go without (id:IND79001191)

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76. Cucurbit crops--cucumbers, gourds, melons, pumpkins, squash--have uniform needs (id:IND79001179)

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77. Growing apples, pears, and quinces; pest control, air drainage important (id:IND79001187)

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78. Help! Help! Where you can find it (id:IND79001165)

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79. Leafy salad vegetables: lettuce, celery, cress, endive, escarole, chicory (id:IND79001173)

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80. Miscellany, including celeriac, horseradish, artichoke, peanuts, vegetable soybeans (id:IND79001186)