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GOOD READS – BOOK EXCHANGE

Maureen Sexsmith-West

ISA Certified Arborist, PR4600A


What better way to get your yard and garden withdrawal symptoms cured that to sit down with a great book.

There are so many wonderful books on horticulture and tree care in print (and on line these days) offering something for the everyday gardener. With great illustrations or pictures and easy to understand text, each offers a wealth of ideas and things to inspire a Canadian Prairie Gardener. Just remember to select something that is representative of the region/zone you live in. Books are often based on themes such a native gardening, small space landscaping or trees – pick up an assortment from different authors. You can begin planning for the coming season. Many are available at your public library so you can review them before you make the investment for your own library. Consider second hand book stores and thrift shops as well. A penny saved on a book means an extra plant in the Spring.



BRING YOUR OLD BOOKS AND MAGAZINES

TO THE ANNUAL

LETHBRIDGE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY

BOOK EXCHANGE

MONDAY JANUARY 27TH

7 PM – PUBLIC LIBRARY

Get reading, get inspired and have a wonderful gardening season in 2014.


Happy New Year to all.






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