Groundwork: A Gardener's Ecology

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In this collection of essays, Swain shows why gardeners are in the best position to become the new environmentalists. By focusing on the foundations of gardening, he shows how our most basic choices--what we choose to grow, when we decide to water, whether we return nutrients to the soil, how we deal with chemical and plastic residues, even when we eat fresh tomatoes--all have an impact on our larger environment.

Groundwork: A Gardener's Ecology 1997, Mariner Books, Boston

ISBN-13: 9780395718254

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