The Complete Gardener's Guide is a one-stop treasure trove that covers every aspect of gardening, from planning and planting to growing and care. Delve into this concise, practical encyclopedia to find all the ideas and advice you need to create a spectacular, thriving garden. Read how to choose plants that will thrive in your space, design a border for year-round color, grasp different pruning techniques, discover how to protect your vegetable patch from pests, make the best compost and more.
Smithsonian Gardens extends the Smithsonian's museum experience in a public garden setting with over 180 acres of outdoor gardens including 13 public exhibition gardens often called the Smithsonian institution's "museum without walls." Staff also produces interior exhibits and horticultural displays around the Smithsonian, develops educational programing, and manages artifact, archival, and living collections.
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