by Teri Dunn Chace (Timber Press)
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* Why didn’t my peonies flower?
* When should I fertilize my vegetable garden?
* Why don’t I have any apples on my tree?
* When should I hire an arborist?
* How do I stop the slugs from eating my hostas?
This slim, attractive book identifies the 100 most common gardening mistakes and gives gardeners the techniques to prevent them. Or, if it’s too late and they’ve already goofed, there are tips to fix the mistake.
The book tackles every kind of gardening disaster, whether it has to do with plants, tools, and techniques, or general care and maintenance.
“The best book I have seen this year for the beginning gardener.” The Patriot-News
“Chace is that deep breath you need when panic strikes in the petunia patch.” BookVision
“Anyone that has made a gardening goof, or had gardening questions, but felt intimidated by the sheer volume of information available online or at the library can get something significant from this book.” Philadelphia Inquirer
“The language is straightforward and perfect for amateur and beginning gardeners, while there are great reminders for more experienced gardeners since there is always room to learn from your mistakes.” Country Gardens
“You’ll find sympathy and practical fixes here.” VIV Magazine
“We love “I Goofed, Can I Fix It?” sections which provide tips on mistakes such as overzealous pruning and choosing the wrong plant for a space.” Publishers Weekly
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