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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-07-02

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righten up your spring season with two new books: Gardening
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Tim Wood and garden writer Alison Beck, and Roses for Michigan
(Lone Pine Publishing, $18.95), by rose specialist Nancy Lindley and gar-
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Gardening Month by Month in Michigan guides Michigan gardeners through
all of the state's seasonal variations. Each chapter covers a new month with
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fruits and vegetables. Weekly calendars are also included in each chapter
with insightful tips to keep the Michigan gardener on track throughout the
year.
Roses for Michigan, illustrated with more than 300 beautiful, full-color
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for the rose-grower, what to look for
when buying roses, how to plant and
care for roses, proper pruning tech-
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problems that may arise. Following
these comprehensive tips and instruc-
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roses for the Michigan gardener. The
roses are arranged alphabetically
according to the name they are most
commonly known by, and each entry
contains information pertinent to
growing and enjoying that specific
rose.

— Jodi Charnas

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