Kramer's garden books are never exhaustive, but with explicit drawings and bright ideas about what to trellis--tomatoes and...

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THE TRELLIS GARDEN BOOK

Kramer's garden books are never exhaustive, but with explicit drawings and bright ideas about what to trellis--tomatoes and cucumbers, for example, and other plants usually left to flop about--this is one of his best. There are sections on the construction of various types of trellises, the art of espalier, and vines and other plants for al fresco decoration.

Pub Date: April 1, 1976

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Publisher: Walker

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: April 1, 1976