Rendered at 03:56:24 04/22/18
 24 kgrhqeoknqe6o zeykbbokbmhmmhq  60 35
 24 kgrhqeoknqe6o zeykbbokbmhmmhq  60 35
Free Shipping

61 issues Flower & Garden,1977-1993 FLOWERS,VEGETABLES,HERBS,PERENNIALS,

$59.99

Shipping options

Estimated to arrive by Thu, May 3rd. Details
FREE via Economy shipping (1 to 10 business days) to United States

Return policy

None: All purchases final Details

Purchase protection

Payment options

Shipping options

Estimated to arrive by Thu, May 3rd. Details
FREE via Economy shipping (1 to 10 business days) to United States

Return policy

None: All purchases final Details

Purchase protection

Payment options

Item traits

Reviews:

Search Walmart

Category:

Magazines

Quantity Available:

Only one in stock, order soon

Condition:

Used

Country/Region of Manufacture:

United States

Language:

English

Subject:

Home & Garden

Listing details

Seller policies:

View seller policies

Posted for sale:

More than a week ago

Item number:

42334236

Item description

61 issues Flower Garden,1977-1993 FLOWERS,VEGETABLES,HERBS, PERENNIALS. 10 issues of Flower and Garden, 1977; 9 issues of Flower and Garden, 1978; 10 issues of Flower and Garden, 1979; 6 issues of Flower and Garden, 1980; 6 issues of Flower and Garden, 1982; 6 issues of Flower and Garden, 1983; 4 issues of Flower and Garden, 1984; 4 issues of Flower and Garden, 1981-1991; 6 issues of Flower and Garden, 1990-1993; 10 issues of Flower and Garden, 1977 (Published monthly by Mid-American Publishing in ). 11 X 8 1/2 inches. Pagination by issue. Some 60 to 100 pages. March 1977: Favorite styles of noted flower arrangers; Planting selections for Bark and Branch Beauty in your winter scene; Make a place for these perennial pleasures-primroses, blue wood phlox; Learn more about seeds worth more than gold; Grow an annual coleus in tree form; How you can repair some tree troubles. April 1977: Keys to success with dogwood; Shrubs and flowers to grow for great arrangements; New angles on lawn seeding; For pretty summer borders Impatiens; Build a garden attraction-Gazebos; How to grow a variety of perennials from seed; An expert’s advice for Knowing your beans. May 1977: Special section-8 pages of ideas; Intensive gardening; How to grow a lot of food in a little bit of space; You can use colorful Azaleas in out-of-the ordinary ways; Create a dramatic Landscape Surprise with Cannas; Grow this elegant and decorative grass-Bamboo; You can be part of your lawn size sundial; Grow peanuts; Vertical gardening; Plant a Gloriosa vine-Glory lily this summer for bright color near your porch or patio. June 1977: A gourmet vegetable being developed-Globe Artichoke; Rhododendrons in hot or cold climate; Enjoy berries at your doorstep-Strawberry pot; How to garden without soil-Hydroponics; The art of Topiary-create a garden of well behaved animals; Beautiful lilacs for where you live. July 1977: Special section- 8 pages all about herbs; Saikei (sang kayee) Japanese Tray scenes of living miniature landscapes; Oven-dried treats-fresh fruit s and vegetables; All rose selections; Dramatic flower photography-learn an expert’s secrets; Garden prints and Paintings; How to properly mow the lawn. August 1977: Decorate your fence with Clematis Vines; Miniature daffodils; How to make Pressed flower pictures; Recipes for Zucchini; Orchid Cacti; Japanese Gardens-coast to coast examples. September 1977: Colorful Autumn Garden; Tulips; Golden Boston fern; A special section just about shrubs; some "pyro-techniques” with Pyracantha; Consider the persimmon; How to build a good stone wall; Outwit raccoons; Grow mushrooms; Make and use compost. October 1977: Community gardens; Succeed with African violets; Acclimatizing house plants; Kalanchoes- Easy to grow houseplants; Grow mushrooms at home. November 1977: All about Greenhouses; Indoor gardening-Billbergia, Sinningias (Gloxinias); Repotting success; Use your Norfolk Island Pine for a Christmas tree; Chrysanthemums; How to know your daffodils. December 1977: "Flower arranging goes to sea”; Spices and herbs for Christmas; Amaryllis-how to make bloom; Streptocarpus for indoor color; Chinese slants on gardens-terrace and patio ideas; Fences for gardens. 10 issues of Flower and Garden, 1978 (Published monthly by Mid-American Publishing in ). 11 X 8 1/2 inches. Pagination by issue. Some 60 to 100 pages. January 1978: New flowers; Grow Rhododendrons and Azalea from seed; New method for fertilizing your indoor plants; New hollies; Glads for 1978; Five gorgeous flowers plus three delicious vegetables; All-America selections for 1978. February 1978: New trees, shrubs, vegetables for 1978 gardens; How to start annual and vegetable seeds indoors; Can you save money with a vegetable garden?; Choice Native plants; The story of ’s Wonderberries. March 1978: Add interest to a flat terrain-build our free-standing rock garden; Soil heating cables will help you grow more plants; Basic tips for growing onions. April 1978: How to create an "intensive” wagon wheel garden; Tips on ways plants can be used to enlarge your patios; Don’t give in to Japanese beetles; How to grow Oriental cucumbers; Create income from flowers. May 1978: How to determine the prime time for picking vegetables; Tips for growing cantaloupes; Special section-Ideas to simplify your gardening; Tools for ‘intensive gardening.’ June 1978: Grow a dozen herbs in handy places; Use the Catch Crop concept for color all summer in your favorite garden spot; Some ‘other Irises’ for your garden- these are just a little different; Reflect the summer sky with blue flowers. July 1978: Roses- a special section—growing and using universal favorites; announcing three new and beautiful All-American selections; Peer into the private life of Ladybugs, the gardener’s friend; Easy to grow Daylilies; Create a little circle with a lot of vegetables. August 1978: Peonies in your garden; ‘Lily of the Nile’s’ blue will brighten gardens; How to prune your yews for different effects; Ideas for cutting down your gardening costs. December 1978: Plant containers-try the unusual!; Snow blowers; Grow a potato as a house plant; Identify trees in winter; Ferns with feet –hanging baskets. 10 issues of Flower and Garden, 1979 (Published monthly by Mid-American Publishing in ). 11 X 8 1/2 inches. Pagination by issue. Some 60 to 100 pages. January 1979: Grow these six beautiful all-America Flower winners plus six more All-America vegetables; Choose the best trees to suit your purpose; Work wonders in your garden with concrete reinforcing wire. February 1979: Grow super tomatoes; New vegetables, fruits, shrubs available in 1979; "Fruit to Nuts’ garden on a small lot--Ideas you can use; Bleeding Hearts. March 1979: Compact tractor; Clematis for high-climbing color; Bare-root transplanting successfully; Grows lettuce. April 1979: Azalea know-how; A to Z ideas for food gardens; Choose the best rhododendrons for your place; Ways to haul and carry things. May 1979: Grow basic set of kitchen herbs; Plant Dahlias; Grow crops in plastic pillows; Nylon line trimmers. June 1979: Long-lived bouquets; Pitcher plants; Plant irises now; Summer lawn know-hows. July 1979: Have an easy Petit pool and fountain; Oriental vegetables-varieties for fall; Grow more azaleas from cuttings; plant the three 1980 AARS winners. September 1979: Bulb time again- Tulips, Daffodils, and Onion that are not for eating; Fuchsias indoors; Harvest and prepare Luffa gourd sponges; Gardens of China; Rudbeckias; Birds in your landscape; Greenhouse cover-ups; Nothing repels rabbits bent on cabbage. October 1979: Chainsaws-how to use them; Little bulbs for spring color; Amaryllis ; Peanut cactus. December 1979: Year-end special on house plants- general guidance for indoor gardening plus important growing tips for begonias, orchids, Christmas cactus, living stones, pony tail; plants in water, plants in bottles. 6 issues of Flower and Garden, 1980; (Published monthly by Mid-American Publishing in ). 11 X 8 1/2 inches. Pagination by issue. Some 60 to 100 pages. January 1980: New flowers-a vast array to brighten your new year; All-America selections-four floral; winners to plant and one vegetable; the game of naming new varieties; Gazebo-styled, vine house, compost frame; How high the tree?; Gladiolus selections for 1980; Grow Camellias under shelter; Citrus- Trifoliate Orange; Tomato stakes. February 1980: Force branches to flower; Edible ornamental peppers; Drip irrigation; Grow Witloof Chicory. March 1980: 10 landscaping ideas to create a new front appearance for your house plus a plant chart for variations; Diesel garden tractor; Grow sweet potatoes from start to finish; Chrysanthemums; shallots; Grow mushrooms; Bluebells. May 1980: Flower and shrub features with how-to information-Hollies, Columbines, Cotoneasters, Irises, Boxwood; Saving elm trees; Vertical gardening; Wildflowers; Salvias; Outdoor furniture. June/July 1980: Grow herbs in your flower garden; Three All-America Roses for 1981; Astilbes to brighten spots; How to make corsages, lay out and build curved paths, beat the summer bugs. August 1980: Restart your lawn; Preserve food from your garden; Night-blooming cereus; Lilies you can grow anywhere; A gazebo centerpiece; Daffodils; Radishes. 6 issues of Flower and Garden, 1982; (Published monthly by Mid-American Publishing in ). 11 X 8 1/2 inches. Pagination by issue. Some 60 to 100 pages. December/ January 1982: How to plan a non-stop vegetable garden; Discover glorious flowers, vegetables, trees, shrubs, fruit; New All-America selections-five award winners; Pest repellent plants; Poinsettia bloom again; Immigrant plants; How to plant a potted Moon vine. February/ March 1982: Grow your own food special- Midget vegetables for small space and great taste; New ideas- recipe gardens, drip irrigation; Fruits- the four most popular berries…strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries; How to succeed with Rhododendrons, Lilies; Miniature roses; Graft pecans; Pruning grapes; Ratatouille or stir-fry; Guard plants on duty. April/ May 1982: Gardener’s garden and effects you can achieve; How a deck puts a space to garden use; Two unusual wild flowers you can grow from seeds; How to start a water garden; Top vegetables for preserving; Kuta squash; Pole beans; Rutabaga. June/July 1982: Glorious Irises; Basics of rose planting and car; Hydroponics; Growing Flowers and Vegetables in containers; Secrets of growing popcorn. August/ September 1982:Home preserving saves money; Propagate from cuttings; Fall planting special- plant bulbs new ideas, little bulbs, Oriental poppies; Make pressed flower pictures. October/ November 1982: Your garden indoors; Basics for African violets; Miniature roses indoors; Carnivorous plants; "Bubble” begonias; Swedish Ivies; Control whiteflies; Home greenhouses; Aloe-the houseplant that heals; Onions indoors; Hydroculture; Vireya rhododendrons. 6 issues of Flower and Garden, 1983; (Published monthly by Mid-American Publishing in ). 11 X 8 1/2 inches. Pagination by issue. Some 60 to 100 pages. December/ January 1983: The latest, greatest flowers, vegetables, fruits, shrubs, trees, indoor plants; 1983 All-America winners. February/ March 1983: Yard tractor; Cabbage kin; Hanging flower baskets; Thornless blackberries; How to start seeds; Liquid fertilizers; Honeysuckles; Pruning conifers; Bottle gourds make easy birdhouses; Grow Jicama-a treat from Mexico. April/ May 1983: Asparagus-Daisy arrangement; Improve soil with organic materials; Grow root crops; Plant perennials; Design a Medieval garden –ancient ideas for today’s needs; Zinnia cousins. June/July 1983: Garden pools; Plant on the perpendicular- in wall gardens; Ground covers; Climbing roses, tomato, beans, controlling animal pests; Pick up garden hints from Thomas Jefferson; Mini-marigolds. August/September 1983: Special ideas for bulbs; Visit a great garden; All-America roses for 1984; Recipes for your garden produce; Marigolds; Winter lettuce; tree coleus; Saffron; Topiary; Dogwood fruits. October/November 1983: Indoor gardening; 6 sure-to-grow ferns; Orchids; Bromeliads; House plant trees; Home greenhouse; Kalanchoes; Bird feeding; Philos. 4 issues of Flower and Garden, 1984; (Published monthly by Mid-American Publishing in ). 11 X 8 1/2 inches. Pagination by issue. Some 60 to 100 pages. December/January 1984: New flowers, vegetables, shrubs, trees, fruits, berries, indoor plants; 1984 All-America winners; seed/plant sources; Miniature roses; Tomato terms. February/ March 1984: Spring special how-to-care for new fruit trees; Grow lots of food in little space; Home irrigation systems; When vegetables are hungry; Swiss chard; Horseradish; Begonias; Tomatillos. April/May 1984: Plant elegance and color in shady spaces; Sow a wildflower meadow in your yard; Sempervivums-Live-Forevers; Grow ginseng ornamentally; Summer bulbs; Mock lemons; Dill; Perennial plantings. June/July 1984: Potpourri; Plant for beauty with low maintenance; Peonies; Garden structures; Irises; Produce fruits Oriental style. 6 issues of Flower and Garden, 1990-1993: (Published monthly by Mid-American Publishing in ). 11 X 8 1/2 inches. Pagination by issue. Some 60 to 100 pages. December 1990: Houseplants turn winter into spring; How to pick tasty fruit; Tools to take the pain out of gardening; Make a holiday garland; Oxalis; Tropical Hibiscus; Space-saving ideas from Europe; A German village garden; Coaxing Lisianthus from seed; The trouble with classifying plants. March 1991: Protein beans-grow a main dish; Sphagnum moss, sphagnum peat moss-what’s the difference?; Grow giants in your garden; Bug wars-don’t kill the good guys; All-America selection winners-vegetables, flowers, houseplants and exotics, roses, fruits, irises, trees and shrubs, daylilies. February/ March 1992: Overcoming celery’s obstacles; Raspberries; Color in the garden; Get healthy with gardening; Seven shortcuts to a showcase garden. June/July 1992: The gas plant; Flower lore, charms, and spells; Borage-use for tea, salads, and garnishes; Cole crops for a long fall harvest; Love in bloom-advice for planning your garden wedding; The gardens of Monet and Renoir; BBQ-The backyard art is hotter than ever-kabobs; Landscaping with framed topiaries-how to plant a portable topiary; Sculpted shrubbery in the back yard; The Betty Ford Alpine Gardens; Mulching mowers; 100 years of African violets. January 1993: Holiday chestnuts; A soil blocker for under 1; An edible garden; Design ideas from lady Henrietta Spencer-Churchill; Battery-powered lawn mowers; Hardy annuals to extend the season; New plants for 1993. February/March 1993: Garden huckleberry; Eight sure-fire annuals; Twelve dependable perennials; Pink roses; A fruit tree hedge; Ornamental grasses; Beverly Sills’ singing and gardening-double world of tranquility; Indoor gardening-colorful foliage plants. 4 issues of Flower and Garden, 1981-1991; (Published monthly by Mid-American Publishing in ). 11 X 8 1/2 inches. Pagination by issue. Some 60 to 100 pages. December 1980-January 1981: How to make your own seeding/ transplant flats (cost free); Start seeds the easy way, under fluorescents; Create a long-lasting flower arrangement for holiday; Recycle your Christmas tree; Grow sprouts for a salad right in your kitchen; Tuberous begonias; Sunflower seed bird feeder; New plants for 1981. August/September 1986: Harvest time; Convert garden goodness to holiday gifts; Tussie-Mussie fun; Preserve the glow with pressed flowers; Record your garden in photos; Fall planting-bulbs, perennial onions, ground covers, American grape; Plant your garden for fragrance; cure and store onions. December 1990: Houseplants turn winter into spring; How to pick tasty fruit; Tools to take the pain out of gardening; Make a holiday garland; Oxalis; Tropical Hibiscus; Space-saving ideas from Europe; A German village garden; Coaxing Lisianthus from seed; The trouble with classifying plants. March 1991: Protein beans-grow a main dish; Sphagnum moss, sphagnum peat moss-what’s the difference?; Grow giants in your garden; Bug wars-don’t kill the good guys; All-America selection winners-vegetables, flowers, houseplants and exotics, roses, fruits, irises, trees and shrubs, daylilies. In addition to the above Flower and Garden issues, I have 5 issues of Popular Gardening Indoors, 1977-78; (published by CBS publications bi-monthly). July 1977: The Romantic age revived with ferns, palms, geraniums, calla-lilies; Garden out a window-window greenhouses, window boxes; Pets and plants-made for each other? Full-time plants for part-time gardeners. August/September 1977: How to grow piggybacks, Begonias, Episcias, cactus; Birds and plants; Fun of learning about plants and how you can join the fun. Is it safe to sleep with plants? October/December 1977: 100 plants for decorating; Make your room come alive with plants; Lighting for growth and beauty; Outdoor garden wrap-up and fall planting guide; 32 new pots for old plants; How to grow: Bonsai, Palms, Ferns, Ivies, and many more. July 1978: African violet superstars and other gorgeous flowering houseplants; You’ll love to grow and show: Camellias, Gloxinias under lights; Bougainvillea; 25 garden myths debunked; Herbs for indoors; Summer care for your plants; A short course on growing Bromeliads. December/ January 1978: 10 of the most curious plants you’ll ever want to grow; Step-by-step guide to Tray Gardening, 8 pages of natural Christmas decorations to make; Growing tips-Poinsettias, Amaryllis, Tillandsia, Maranta and more; A plant pro offers advice on What goes wrong with Plants. BONANZA LOT OF THESE VINTAGE RETRO GARDENING MAGAZINES! 10 issues of Flower and Garden, 1977 (Published monthly by Mid-American Publishing in ). 11 X 8 1/2 inches. Pagination by issue. Some 60 to 100 pages. March 1977: Favorite styles of noted flower arrangers; Planting selections for Bark and Branch Beauty in your winter scene; Make a place for these perennial pleasures-primroses, blue wood phlox; Learn more about seeds worth more than gold; Grow an annual coleus in tree form; How you can repair some tree troubles. April 1977: Keys to success with dogwood; Shrubs and flowers to grow for great arrangements; New angles on lawn seeding; For pretty summer borders Impatiens; Build a garden attraction-Gazebos; How to grow a variety of perennials from seed; An expert’s advice for Knowing your beans. May 1977: Special section-8 pages of ideas; Intensive gardening; How to grow a lot of food in a little bit of space; You can use colorful Azaleas in out-of-the ordinary ways; Create a dramatic Landscape Surprise with Cannas; Grow this elegant and decorative grass-Bamboo; You can be part of your lawn size sundial; Grow peanuts; Vertical gardening; Plant a Gloriosa vine-Glory lily this summer for bright color near your porch or patio. June 1977: A gourmet vegetable being developed-Globe Artichoke; Rhododendrons in hot or cold climate; Enjoy berries at your doorstep-Strawberry pot; How to garden without soil-Hydroponics; The art of Topiary-create a garden of well behaved animals; Beautiful lilacs for where you live. July 1977: Special section- 8 pages all about herbs; Saikei (sang kayee) Japanese Tray scenes of living miniature landscapes; Oven-dried treats-fresh fruit s and vegetables; All rose selections; Dramatic flower photography-learn an expert’s secrets; Garden prints and Paintings; How to properly mow the lawn. August 1977: Decorate your fence with Clematis Vines; Miniature daffodils; How to make Pressed flower pictures; Recipes for Zucchini; Orchid Cacti; Japanese Gardens-coast to coast examples. September 1977: Colorful Autumn Garden; Tulips; Golden Boston fern; A special section just about shrubs; some "pyro-techniques” with Pyracantha; Consider the persimmon; How to build a good stone wall; Outwit raccoons; Grow mushrooms; Make and use compost. October 1977: Community gardens; Succeed with African violets; Acclimatizing house plants; Kalanchoes- Easy to grow houseplants; Grow mushrooms at home. November 1977: All about Greenhouses; Indoor gardening-Billbergia, Sinningias (Gloxinias); Repotting success; Use your Norfolk Island Pine for a Christmas tree; Chrysanthemums; How to know your daffodils. December 1977: "Flower arranging goes to sea”; Spices and herbs for Christmas; Amaryllis-how to make bloom; Streptocarpus for indoor color; Chinese slants on gardens-terrace and patio ideas; Fences for gardens. 10 issues of Flower and Garden, 1978 (Published monthly by Mid-American Publishing in ). 11 X 8 1/2 inches. Pagination by issue. Some 60 to 100 pages. January 1978: New flowers; Grow Rhododendrons and Azalea from seed; New method for fertilizing your indoor plants; New hollies; Glads for 1978; Five gorgeous flowers plus three delicious vegetables; All-America selections for 1978. February 1978: New trees, shrubs, vegetables for 1978 gardens; How to start annual and vegetable seeds indoors; Can you save money with a vegetable garden?; Choice Native plants; The story of ’s Wonderberries. March 1978: Add interest to a flat terrain-build our free-standing rock garden; Soil heating cables will help you grow more plants; Basic tips for growing onions. April 1978: How to create an "intensive” wagon wheel garden; Tips on ways plants can be used to enlarge your patios; Don’t give in to Japanese beetles; How to grow Oriental cucumbers; Create income from flowers. May 1978: How to determine the prime time for picking vegetables; Tips for growing cantaloupes; Special section-Ideas to simplify your gardening; Tools for ‘intensive gardening.’ June 1978: Grow a dozen herbs in handy places; Use the Catch Crop concept for color all summer in your favorite garden spot; Some ‘other Irises’ for your garden- these are just a little different; Reflect the summer sky with blue flowers. July 1978: Roses- a special section—growing and using universal favorites; announcing three new and beautiful All-American selections; Peer into the private life of Ladybugs, the gardener’s friend; Easy to grow Daylilies; Create a little circle with a lot of vegetables. August 1978: Peonies in your garden; ‘Lily of the Nile’s’ blue will brighten gardens; How to prune your yews for different effects; Ideas for cutting down your gardening costs. December 1978: Plant containers-try the unusual!; Snow blowers; Grow a potato as a house plant; Identify trees in winter; Ferns with feet –hanging baskets. 10 issues of Flower and Garden, 1979 (Published monthly by Mid-American Publishing in ). 11 X 8 1/2 inches. Pagination by issue. Some 60 to 100 pages. January 1979: Grow these six beautiful all-America Flower winners plus six more All-America vegetables; Choose the best trees to suit your purpose; Work wonders in your garden with concrete reinforcing wire. February 1979: Grow super tomatoes; New vegetables, fruits, shrubs available in 1979; "Fruit to Nuts’ garden on a small lot--Ideas you can use; Bleeding Hearts. March 1979: Compact tractor; Clematis for high-climbing color; Bare-root transplanting successfully; Grows lettuce. April 1979: Azalea know-how; A to Z ideas for food gardens; Choose the best rhododendrons for your place; Ways to haul and carry things. May 1979: Grow basic set of kitchen herbs; Plant Dahlias; Grow crops in plastic pillows; Nylon line trimmers. June 1979: Long-lived bouquets; Pitcher plants; Plant irises now; Summer lawn know-hows. July 1979: Have an easy Petit pool and fountain; Oriental vegetables-varieties for fall; Grow more azaleas from cuttings; plant the three 1980 AARS winners. September 1979: Bulb time again- Tulips, Daffodils, and Onion that are not for eating; Fuchsias indoors; Harvest and prepare Luffa gourd sponges; Gardens of China; Rudbeckias; Birds in your landscape; Greenhouse cover-ups; Nothing repels rabbits bent on cabbage. October 1979: Chainsaws-how to use them; Little bulbs for spring color; Amaryllis ; Peanut cactus. December 1979: Year-end special on house plants- general guidance for indoor gardening plus important growing tips for begonias, orchids, Christmas cactus, living stones, pony tail; plants in water, plants in bottles. 6 issues of Flower and Garden, 1980; (Published monthly by Mid-American Publishing in ). 11 X 8 1/2 inches. Pagination by issue. Some 60 to 100 pages. January 1980: New flowers-a vast array to brighten your new year; All-America selections-four floral; winners to plant and one vegetable; the game of naming new varieties; Gazebo-styled, vine house, compost frame; How high the tree?; Gladiolus selections for 1980; Grow Camellias under shelter; Citrus- Trifoliate Orange; Tomato stakes. February 1980: Force branches to flower; Edible ornamental peppers; Drip irrigation; Grow Witloof Chicory. March 1980: 10 landscaping ideas to create a new front appearance for your house plus a plant chart for variations; Diesel garden tractor; Grow sweet potatoes from start to finish; Chrysanthemums; shallots; Grow mushrooms; Bluebells. May 1980: Flower and shrub features with how-to information-Hollies, Columbines, Cotoneasters, Irises, Boxwood; Saving elm trees; Vertical gardening; Wildflowers; Salvias; Outdoor furniture. June/July 1980: Grow herbs in your flower garden; Three All-America Roses for 1981; Astilbes to brighten spots; How to make corsages, lay out and build curved paths, beat the summer bugs. August 1980: Restart your lawn; Preserve food from your garden; Night-blooming cereus; Lilies you can grow anywhere; A gazebo centerpiece; Daffodils; Radishes. 6 issues of Flower and Garden, 1982; (Published monthly by Mid-American Publishing in ). 11 X 8 1/2 inches. Pagination by issue. Some 60 to 100 pages. December/ January 1982: How to plan a non-stop vegetable garden; Discover glorious flowers, vegetables, trees, shrubs, fruit; New All-America selections-five award winners; Pest repellent plants; Poinsettia bloom again; Immigrant plants; How to plant a potted Moon vine. February/ March 1982: Grow your own food special- Midget vegetables for small space and great taste; New ideas- recipe gardens, drip irrigation; Fruits- the four most popular berries…strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries; How to succeed with Rhododendrons, Lilies; Miniature roses; Graft pecans; Pruning grapes; Ratatouille or stir-fry; Guard plants on duty. April/ May 1982: Gardener’s garden and effects you can achieve; How a deck puts a space to garden use; Two unusual wild flowers you can grow from seeds; How to start a water garden; Top vegetables for preserving; Kuta squash; Pole beans; Rutabaga. June/July 1982: Glorious Irises; Basics of rose planting and car; Hydroponics; Growing Flowers and Vegetables in containers; Secrets of growing popcorn. August/ September 1982:Home preserving saves money; Propagate from cuttings; Fall planting special- plant bulbs new ideas, little bulbs, Oriental poppies; Make pressed flower pictures. October/ November 1982: Your garden indoors; Basics for African violets; Miniature roses indoors; Carnivorous plants; "Bubble” begonias; Swedish Ivies; Control whiteflies; Home greenhouses; Aloe-the houseplant that heals; Onions indoors; Hydroculture; Vireya rhododendrons. 6 issues of Flower and Garden, 1983; (Published monthly by Mid-American Publishing in ). 11 X 8 1/2 inches. Pagination by issue. Some 60 to 100 pages. December/ January 1983: The latest, greatest flowers, vegetables, fruits, shrubs, trees, indoor plants; 1983 All-America winners. February/ March 1983: Yard tractor; Cabbage kin; Hanging flower baskets; Thornless blackberry (description exceeds maximum possible length)
Spinner

Minimum 6 characters; at least one number and one capital letter

By creating an account, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

New to Bonanza? Sign up to save items, follow sellers and get exclusive coupons.

Don't worry - Bonanza respects your inbox. We send less email and make it easy to opt out. Read our privacy policy »