Mintcraft GM7001 Mintcraft Garden 14 1/4 Inch Hoe And Cultivator

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Hoe & cultivator oa lgth 14 inches -1/4 Carbon steel blade with black finish. Wooden handle with 2 tone soft grip. ...

$8.39

Garden Hoes

One of the most popular tools in the garden is the hoe. We stop by Red Pig tools to check out this tool and see some different versions.

Books

  • The Garden Primer

    Workman Publishing. 2018. ISBN: 0761148566,9780761148562. 820 pages.

    Offers advice on buying and growing different kinds of plants with an emphasis on the use of native plant species and the techniques of organic gardening.

  • Musket and Garden Hoe

    1970. 162 pages.
  • The Complete Compost Gardening Guide

    Storey Publishing. 2018. ISBN: 1580177026,9781580177023. 319 pages.

    Explains how to transform one's garden into a nourishing, organic environment with the use of compost customized to the special needs and soil of each garden, introducing the authors' Six-Way Compost Gardening System, which integrates compost directly into the garden to reduce weeding, digging, and mulching. Simultaneous.

  • Gardening in the Humid South

    LSU Press. 2004. ISBN: 0807129747,9780807129746. 359 pages.

    Two self-proclaimed "crotchety old horticulture professors," Ed O'Rourke and Leon Standifer share an immense love of gardening, a vast knowledge of all things horticultural, and a hearty sense of humor. In Gardening in the Humid South, they combine all of these traits to provide a practical and entertaining guide to gardening in the region they know best, the humid subtropics of the lower South. In chapters with titles like "Bulbs and Things That Act Like Bulbs" and "Weeds: Telling Good Guys...

  • American Home Garden

    Applewood Books. 2008. ISBN: 9781429012973,1429012978. 540 pages.

    ""Alexander Watson's 1859 work is a general reference for the inexperienced gardener. The book is designed to provide information on all aspects of gardening, including fertilization, sowing, pruning, and diseases, so as to inspire people to begin their own gardens.""

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