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        Product Description-Best Garden Plants for Pennsylvania
   A great new gardening book for Pennsylvania! This handy guide is packed with the best plant varieties youíll want for your
 garden: annuals, perennials, trees and shrubs, vines, roses, bulbs, ornamental grasses and herbs.Small enough to take to the
   garden center or nursery, yet filled with beautiful photos, it contains all the gardening information you need to decide which
 plants to select and how to care for them. Includes information on habitat, height and spread; plant features and flower colors;
                       information on soil, light and water; and tips on best use of the plant in your garden.

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Customer Reviews:
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful

Nothing new, March 24, 2009 By Mont Smith (Penna)
  This review is from: Best Garden Plants for Pennsylvania (Paperback) Shoulda known. You can't just pick a whole state and
say "these are your plants". Didn't learn anything from the book that I couldn't learn at the local nursery and just driving around
looking in other people's yards. A little better than nothing, after all, if you still want to think about gardening in the evening,
whacha gonna do? This book is fine for affirming what you already thought.

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