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Gardening Book of the Month: February 2023

Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec (BAnQ)’s monthly gardening e-book suggestion.

The Plant Propagator’s Bible

A Step-by-Step Guide to Propagating Every Plant in Your Garden

By Miranda Smith

In the first section of this comprehensive guide, Smith provides general advice and concise explanations for a dozen propagating techniques; helpful step-by-step illustrations and detailed photos add an extra layer of clarity. She presents each featured method with a list of plants and a useful What Can Go Wrong section. The second section consists of a plant directory listing more than 1,000 individual plant species with propagation advice, species information, and hardiness zones.

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3 comments on “Gardening Book of the Month: February 2023

  1. lizaandres91

    Thanks for the info, here is also a good site where you can read about good books

  2. Laraina Steven

    Nice Post! I am very happy to get this useful book and resource for gardening. I hope this gardening e-book will be helpful for passionate gardeners and me too. Gardening was my hobby since childhood but I hadn’t proper knowledge to make an ideal garden. Now I completed my graduation last year and doing a freelance job at Edubirdie as an academic writer. Interested people can check edubirdie reviews here we are especially working with global students who are struggling to make their academic assignments on their own. So I hope this educational blog will be helpful to be an ideal gardener. Thank you so much!

  3. This sounds like a very useful book. With the prices of perennials going sky high combined with increased shipping prices I shudder to think about the cost of starting a new garden. Creating some new plants from ones you already have makes a lot of sense.

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