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Kitchen Ideas You Can Use
North American Songbirds
Small Engines and Outdoor Power Equipment
Miniature Gardens Design & Create Miniature Fairy Gardens, Dish Gardens, Terrariums and More-Indoors and Out
Carolinas Month-by-Month Gardening
Square Foot Gardening with Kids
Deep South Month-by-Month Gardening
Black & Decker The Book of Home How-To
Black & Decker Complete Guide to Patios - 3rd Edition
Easy Birdhouses & Feeders
Attracting Wildlife to Your Backyard
Plant by Numbers
Kitchen Ideas You Can Use
North American Songbirds
Small Engines and Outdoor Power Equipment
Miniature Gardens Design & Create Miniature Fairy Gardens, Dish Gardens, Terrariums and More-Indoors and Out
Carolinas Month-by-Month Gardening
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Cool Springs Press is the leading publisher of step-by-step how-to books for both DIY gardening and home improvement. Our state and local gardening books are tailored to specific regional environments across the United States, while our renowned series of foolproof home improvement books have long been trusted on both the bookshelf and the job site.

 

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February 26,2014
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October 31,2013
Author and horticulturist Mary Irish gardened successfully in Phoenix for several years, so she understands dry weather and heat. But when the native Texan and her husband, Gary, moved to Castroville, Texas, just outside San Antonio, about two years ago, they had to adjust to a different set of gardening rules. Learn More.
July 22,2013
Bad soil? Not enough soil? Maybe even no soil? Skip the ground and try planting fruits and vegetables in straw bales instead, suggests Joel Karsten, author of "Straw Bale Gardens" and guru of one of this year's gardening trends. The idea behind straw-bale gardening is simple. Learn More.
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