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Grow Your Own Flowers for Kids

Liam McCann

Publisher: G2 Rights

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Summary

Growing flowers at home is easy and rewarding and as long as you follow the simple guidance in this handy ebook you should achieve some outstanding displays in the garden or else cut for display in the home.
You don't always need to tend a dedicated area in your garden as most plants are quite happy in borders or in containers on balconies or windowsills. Most species will also grow alongside vegetables in a plot.  Follow the tips in this book to help pick the plants and flowers that will ensure success.
Some require a little attention while others will happily last for weeks in a vase. Having flowers on the mantelpiece makes all the difference to a living room, and you shouldn't need a florist to make the most of the plants in your garden.
Available since: 07/10/2020.
Print length: 48 pages.

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