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by Rita Henehan

ePub Michigan Gardener's Companion: An Insider's Guide To Gardening In The Great Lakes State (Gardening Series) download
Author:
Rita Henehan
ISBN13:
978-0762745098
ISBN:
0762745096
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Publisher:
Globe Pequot Press; 1st edition (January 1, 2008)
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Subcategory:
Gardening & Landscape Design
ePub file:
1880 kb
Fb2 file:
1987 kb
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Rating:
4.3
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970

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Before they can garden successfully, Michigan gardeners need to know what soil they have and how to address its shortcomings and do that within the limitations of the state s climate and northern growing .

Before they can garden successfully, Michigan gardeners need to know what soil they have and how to address its shortcomings and do that within the limitations of the state s climate and northern growing season. This book explains how Michigan gardeners can lengthen their growing seasons through careful plant selection, exploiting microclimates, and using season-extending products. Chapters focus on lawns, vegetables, flowers, and trees, plant diseases, and invasive plants.

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The glaciers that advanced and then receded through the Great Lakes region shaped Michigan's terrain and soil in ways that challenge and sometimes confound modern-day gardeners. Michigan today has 450 varieties of soil! Before they can garden successfully, Michigan gardeners need to know what soil they have and how to address its shortcomings―and do that within the limitations of the state's climate and northern growing season. This book explains how Michigan gardeners can lengthen their growing seasons through careful plant selection, exploiting microclimates, and using season-extending products. Chapters focus on lawns, vegetables, flowers, and trees, plant diseases, and invasive plants.Author Rita C. Henehan lives in White Pigeon, Michigan. She is a Master Gardener and frequent contributor to garden publications coast to coast, and often appears on the radio program “Green Thumbs Up.”
  • This book didn't wow me. Most of the information is pretty standard gardening info, nothing extra special about Michigan in it.

  • Rita Henehan's book is both conversational and informative; it contains everything you need to know about gardening in Michigan. Henehan includes a bibliography,glossary, illustrations, and an index in her book. I highly recommend this title for both library and personal collections. :)

  • I was SO afraid of attempting a garden in my new zone 5 home -- until I read this book. Filled with down-to-earth advice on making the most of the short growing season, this book put me at ease and gave me a game plan.