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A Guide To Gardening. Practical Guide To The Making Of Home Grounds And The Growing Of Flowers, Fruits And Vegetables For Home Use. PRIVATE LABEL RIGHTS
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E-Book with PRIVATE LABEL RIGHTS. 350 pages.
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Table of Contents:

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CHAPTER I
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THE POINT OF VIEW.
What a garden is.

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CHAPTER II
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THE GENERAL PLAN OR THEORY OF THE PLACE.
The plan of the grounds.
The picture in the landscape.
Birds and cats.
The planting is part of the design or picture.
The flower-growing should be part of the design.
Defects in flower-growing.
Lawn flower-beds.
Flower-borders.
The old-fashioned garden.
Contents of the flower-borders.
The value of plants may lie in foliage and form rather than in bloom.
Odd and formal trees.
Poplars and the like.
Plant-forms.
Various specific examples.
An example.
Another example.
A third example.
A small back yard.
A city lot.
General remarks.
Review.

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CHAPTER III
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EXECUTION OF SOME OF THE LANDSCAPE FEATURES.
The grading.
The terrace.
The bounding lines.
Walks and drives.
The question of drainage, curbing, and gutters.
The materials.
Making the borders.
Making the lawn.
Preparing the ground.
The kind of grass.
When and how to sow the seed.
Securing a firm sod.
The mowing.
Fall treatment.
Spring treatment.
Watering lawns.
Sodding the lawn.
A combination of sodding and seeding.
Sowing with sod.
Other ground covers.

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CHAPTER IV
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THE HANDLING OF THE LAND.
The draining of the land.
Trenching and subsoiling.
Preparation of the surface.
The saving of moisture.
Hand tools for weeding and subsequent tillage and other hand work.
The hoe.
Scarifiers.
Hand-weeders.
Trowels and their kind.
Rollers.
Markers.
Enriching the land.

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CHAPTER V
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THE HANDLING OF THE PLANTS.
Sowing the seeds.
Propagating by cuttings.
Dormant stem-cuttings.
Cuttings of roots.
Green cuttings.
Cuttings of leaves.
General treatment.
Transplanting young seedlings.
Transplanting established plants and trees.
Tub-plants.
When to transplant.
Depth to transplant.
Making the rows straight.
Cutting-back; filling.
Removing very large trees.
Winter protection of plants.
Pruning.
Tree surgery and protection.
Tree guards.
Mice and rabbits.
Girdled trees.
Repairing street trees.
The grafting of plants.
Keeping records of the plantation.
The storing of fruits and vegetables.
The forcing of plants.
Coldframes.
Hotbeds.
Management of hotbeds.

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CHAPTER VI
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PROTECTING PLANTS FROM THINGS THAT PREY ON THEM.
Screens and covers.
Fumigating.
Soaking tubers and seeds.
Spraying.
Insecticide spraying formulas.
Fungicide spraying formulas.
Treatment for some of the common insects.
Treatment for some of the common plant diseases.

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CHAPTER VII
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THE GROWING OF THE ORNAMENTAL PLANTS--THE CLASSES OF
PLANTS, AND LISTS.
Planting for immediate effect.
The use of "foliage" trees and shrubs.
Windbreaks and screens.
The making of hedges.
The borders.
The flower-beds.
Bedding effects.
Plants for subtropical effects.
Aquatic and bog plants.
Rockeries and alpine plants.
1. PLANTS FOR https://www.tradebit.comS.
Lists for carpet-beds
2. THE ANNUAL PLANTS.
List of annuals by color of flowers.
Useful annuals for edgings of beds and walks, and for
ribbon-beds.
Annuals that continue to bloom after frost.
List of annuals suitable for bedding (that is, for "mass-effects" of color).
List of annuals by height.
Distances for planting annuals.
3. HARDY HERBACEOUS PERENNIALS.
Perennial herbs suitable for lawn and "planting" effects.
A brief seasonal flower-garden or border list of herbaceous perennials.
One hundred extra-hardy perennial herbs.
4. BULBS AND TUBERS.
Fall-planted bulbs.
List of outdoor fall-planted bulbs for the North.
Winter bulbs.
Summer bulbs.
5. THE SHRUBBERY.
List of shrubbery plants for the North.
Shrubs for the South.
6. CLIMBING PLANTS.
Annual herbaceous climbers.
Perennial herbaceous climbers.
Woody perennial climbers.
Climbing roses.
7. TREES FOR LAWNS AND STREETS.
List of hardy deciduous trees for the North.
Non-coniferous trees for the South.
8. CONIFEROUS EVERGREEN SHRUBS AND TREES.
List of shrubby conifers.
Arboreous conifers.
Conifers for the South.
9. WINDOW-GARDENS.
The window-box for outside effect.
The inside window-garden, or "house plants".
Bulbs in the window-garden.
Watering house plants.
Hanging baskets.
Aquarium.

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CHAPTER VIII
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THE GROWING OF THE ORNAMENTAL PLANTS--INSTRUCTIONS OF
PARTICULAR KINDS.
Abutilons;
agapanthus;
alstremeria;
amaryllis;
anemone;
aralia;
araucaria;
auricula;
azaleas;
begonias;
cactus;
caladium;
calceolaria;
calla;
camellias;
cannas;
carnations;
century plants;
chrysanthemums;
cineraria;
clematis;
coleus;
crocus;
croton;
cyclamen;
dahlia;
ferns;
freesia;
fuchsia;
geranium;
gladiolus;
gloxinia;
grevillea;
hollyhocks;
hyacinths;
iris; lily;
lily-of-the-valley;
mignonette;
moon-flowers;
narcissus;
oleander;
oxalis;
palms;
pandanus;
pansy;
pelargonium;
peony;
phlox;
primulas;
rhododendrons;
rose;
smilax;
stocks;
sweet pea;
swainsona;
tuberose;
tulips;
violet;
wax plant.

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CHAPTER IX
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THE GROWING OF THE FRUIT PLANTS.
Dwarf fruit-trees.
Age and size of trees.
Pruning.
Thinning the fruit.
Washing and scrubbing the trees.
Gathering and keeping fruit.
Almond;
apples;
apricot;
blackberry;
cherry;
cranberry;
currant;
dewberry;
fig;
gooseberry;
grape;
mulberry;
nuts;
orange;
peach;
pear;
plum;
quince;
raspberry;
strawberry;

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CHAPTER X
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THE GROWING OF THE VEGETABLE PLANTS.
Vegetables for six.
The classes of vegetables.
The culture of the leading vegetables.
Asparagus;
artichoke;
artichoke;
Jerusalem;
bean;
beet;
broccoli;
brussels sprouts;
cabbage;
carrot;
cauliflower;
celeriac;
celery;
chard;
chicory;
chervil;
chives;
collards;
corn salad;
corn;
cress;
cucumber;
dandelion;
egg-plant;
endive;
garlic;
horseradish;
kale;
kohlrabi;
leek;
lettuce;
mushroom;
mustard;
muskmelon;
okra;
onion;
parsley;
parsnip;
pea;
pepper;
potato;
radish;
rhubarb;
salsify;
sea-kale;
sorrel;
spearmint;
spinach;
squash;
sweet-potato;
tomato;
turnips and rutabagas;
watermelon.

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CHAPTER XI
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SEASONAL REMINDERS. For the North. For the South.

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INDEX
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