BIBLE PLANTS FOR AMERICAN GARDENS by Eleanor Anthony King
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BIBLE PLANTS FOR AMERICAN GARDENS

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To most non-gardeners, the relation of flowers to religion seems a far cry, but to the gardener they are inextricably bound up in each other. Hence a book on garden flowers in the Bible belongs in both garden and religious book departments so keep a copy on each table or shelf. This is an extraordinarily complete place of work, and interesting not only for stories and uses of the vines, fruits and flowers spoken of in the Bible but for the suggestions for growing them in American gardens, for the ideas of display for shows or bazaars. Based on sensational success of exhibit at New York Flower Show.

Pub Date: Sept. 23rd, 1941
Publisher: Macmillan