It is commonly acknowledged that the Questions and Answers columns of a gardening paper contain information that is in- valuable to its readers generally. The questions are asked by amateurs and answered by experts. The replies are useful not only to the actual inquirers but to all amateurs, for the trials and troubles of one inexperienced gardener are very similar to those of another. Thus the suggestion that a care- ful selection of Questions and Answers fi-om the columns of The Gardener would be welcomed in book form was not made without good grounds. This suggestion prompted the preparation of “Gardening Difficulties Solved.”
The information given in the following pages is practical and to the point, and, it is hoped, will meet all ordinary difficulties that confront the possessor of a garden. The questions have actually been asked by amateurs, so that the troubles they voice are real. Since conditions of climate influence gardening work to a considerable degree, the district from which each question was sent is indicated.
H. H. T.
- Publication date 1910
- Topics Gardening,Horticulture
- Publisher London, New York, Cassell
- Collection cornell;americana
- Digitizing sponsor MSN
- Contributor Cornell University Library
- Contributor usage rights See terms
- Language English
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