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THE BASIC GARDEN TOOL (LIME GREEN)

A gift for anyone ready to get in the soil. This handmade, multipurpose tool makes digging, weeding, hoeing, and trenching faster and easier than ever. Dig through rocks, cut through plant material, and remove unwanted plants without disturbing the surrounding soil with the unique triangle head and open interior. Each hickory handle is hand-lathed by the inventor. Made in the United States.

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#8485 $63.90 $59.99

GROW FOR FLAVOR

Grow for Flavor shows the simple steps and innovative methods that yield tasty harvests beyond dreams and, best of all, the methods involve less effort, are strictly organic, and can be mastered easily by newbie gardeners. The goal is maximum flavor with minimum labor. This guide overflows with practical information and inspirational advice, making it essential reading for all gardeners.

#7879 $29.95 $26.95

THE FOOD FOREST HANDBOOK

For those who want a beautiful yet productive landscape, try The Food Forest Handbook. This integrated guide incorporates a variety of plants such as fruit and nut trees, shrubs, vines, and perennial herbs

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