1001 Weird Facts for Canadian Gardeners

1001 Weird Facts for Canadian Gardeners

Book - 2010
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This delightful compendium presents all that is weird and wonderful about Canadian gardens. Did you know we used to think tomatoes were poisonous? Did you know radishes are related to cabbage, broccoli and mustard? Discover all sorts of odd gardening facts.
Publisher: [Edmonton] : Lone Pine, c2010
ISBN: 9781551056166
Branch Call Number: 635 .0971 JAC
Characteristics: 224 p. ;,22 cm

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nerowolfgal
Sep 09, 2015

Appallingly silly book. The author totally believes in crop circles. Baldly states "in a few years almost every home will feature an automatic hydroponic vegetalbe garden."
"Wind farms are a monstrous insult to nature and human sensibilities." Plus of course (wild) mushrooms are almost "magical" for body and spirit".

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