The $64 Tomato/The Fragrance of God/The Earth Knows My Name





Usually when I pull a book on gardening down from a shelf, I would like to know why peas did not come up well this year and what to do about the worms that eat holes in carrots. The authors of these books are not out to solve my gardening problems. Instead they consider background issues, each author in a different way. The first book appears to have been written for entertainment, the second for inspiration and the third as social history.

 

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