Growing Small Fruits for the Home Garden (Home Garden Series)- Replaces EB1640

Backyard gardens in Washington State can yield a wide array of berries and other small fruits. This publication provides details on how to choose, plant, and maintain some of the most popular home-grown fruits.
SKU: EM103E
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Published: April 2015

Pages: 54

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