Gardening Without Work

For the Aging, the Busy and the Indolent

Stout, Ruth

Book - 1998
Average Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5.
Gardening Without Work
With this delightful book, you can garden with hardly any labor except planting and picking. The Stout System of mulch gardening will allow you to throw away your weeding tools, pesticides, and fertilizers, and will conserve and replenish the soil to make plants thrive. (6 X 9, 226 pages, illustrations)

Publisher: New York : Lyons Press, c1998
ISBN: 1558216545
Branch Call Number: 635 S89g 1998
Characteristics: x, 214 p. :,ill. ;,23 cm


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Ruth Stout may have invented mulch, if not she has certainly made a name for herself with the use of straw piled high to take the work out of gardening. There are funny anecdotes too.

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