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    Gardening under the Arch Homespun Hints and Money-Saving Tips from the Rigorous High Country of Alberta's Chinook Zone

    ISBN-10: 1894898435
    ISBN-13: 9781894898430
    Author(s): Millarville Horticultural Club Staff
    Description: First released in 1982, Gardening Under the Arch by the Millarville Horticultural Club has long been regarded as the gardening bible for the challenging Chinook Region in southwestern Alberta. Now, for the first time since its original publication a  More...
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    Publisher: TouchWood Editions
    Binding: Paperback
    Pages: 356
    Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
    Weight: 1.584
    Language: English

    First released in 1982, Gardening Under the Arch by the Millarville Horticultural Club has long been regarded as the gardening bible for the challenging Chinook Region in southwestern Alberta. Now, for the first time since its original publication a quarter-century ago, this hugely successful book has been updated and expanded into a full-colour edition. No matter if you are a novice Chinook Zone gardener or a seasoned green thumb, Gardening Under the Arch will be your constant gardening companion.

    Acknowledgements
    Foreword
    Map
    Weather
    The Chinook Zone
    Poem: "The Chinook"
    The Art of Gardening Under the Chinook Arch
    Betty Nelson's Weather Diary
    Gardening Management
    Soils
    Fertilizer
    Compost
    Pest Control
    Herbicides, Insecticides, and Fungicides
    Metric Conversion Table
    Control of Garden Pests
    Weed Control
    Deer-resistant Plants
    Encounters With Wildlife
    Companion Planting
    Woody Plants
    Trees and Shrubs
    Moving Mature Trees and Shrubs
    Storing Trees and Shrubs Over Winter
    Propagation of Woody Plants
    Seed Propagation of Woody Perennials
    Propagation by Cuttings From Woody Perennials
    The Art of Propagating a Shelterbelt
    Roses
    Vines
    Clematis
    Other Hardy Perennial Vines
    Annual Vines
    Perennials
    Gardening with Perennials
    Biennials
    Hardy Ornamental Grasses
    Native Grasses in the Landscape
    Rockeries
    Ground Covers
    Peonies
    Lilies
    Hardy Bulbs
    Annuals
    Gardening with Annuals
    A Member's Sowing Dates for Annual Seeds
    Viability of Seeds
    Germination Timetable for Popular Annuals
    Outdoor Seed Sowing and Transplanting Guide
    Sweet Peas
    Tender Bulbs and Tubers
    Tuberous Begonias
    Dahlias
    Gladioli
    Planters
    Gardening Without a Garden
    Containers, Hanging Baskets, and Potted Plants
    Winter Planters
    Geraniums
    Fuchsias
    Lawns
    Wildflowers
    Wildflowers in the Garden
    Growing Wildflowers From Seed
    Water Gardens
    My Pool
    Pond Plantings
    Types of Water Plants
    Artistic Gardening
    Some Hints for Flower Arranging
    Drying and Preserving Flowers and Foliage
    Everlastings
    Garden Decor-How to Personalize Your Garden
    Flowers and Art
    Edible Flowers and Garden Parties
    Birds and Butterflies
    Birds-Nature's Bug Catchers
    Birdhouse Construction
    Hummingbirds
    Butterfly Gardens
    Greenhouses
    Your Own Greenhouse
    Cold Frames and Cloches
    Tomato Cold Frame
    The Country Garden
    Oksi Hill Garden Today
    Vegetables, Herbs, and Fruit
    Raised-bed Gardening
    Al Wells's Vegetable Garden
    Vegetables
    Herbs
    Fruit
    Apples
    Currants
    Raspberries
    Everbearing Strawberries
    Millarville Horticultural Club
    Club History
    Christ Church Millarville
    The Crucifixion
    Native Plant Garden
    The Peony Bed
    Our Landscaping Project
    Grant Recipients
    Contributors
    Index

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