A Gardeners Guide to Frost - Book

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A Gardener's Guide to Frost - Outwit the Weather and Extend the Spring and Fall Seasons is an informative book about gardening and how to prepare for the effects of frosty nights. Author Philip Harnden explains all aspects of frost including weather systems that produce frost, how it damages or enhances the flavor of your plants and how to design your garden so you can work with frost, instead of against it. This guide offers tips to help gardeners start planting earlier in the spring and extend the growing season later in the fall. The informative text is paired with beautiful full-color photos of useful frost protection techniques and wonderful gardens in their full frosty splendor.

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Author: Philip Harnden
Hardcover - 8.5 in. x 8.5 in.
128 pages
90 color photos
ISBN: 9781572235762
Ships to APO and FPO addresses

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Philip Harnden is a contributing author at Willow Creek Press.