The National Gardening Association Dictionary of Horticulture is almost 800 pages of gardening terms defined in layperson's language - 15,000 entries and 5,000 cross references. Here you can find plants listed under popular names, as well as brief, clear explanations of anatomy, diseases and pests, tools, chemicals and more. Enhanced with 1,500 line drawings, this tome is a must for every gardening library.
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A comprehensive gardening reference encompasses some eighteen thousand entries, five thousand cross-references, and more than one thousand illustrations that cover gardening techniques, tools, pest control, plants to suit any climate, plant care, and more. 35,000 first printing. $35,000 ad/promo.