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    The Gardener's Guide to Propagation
    Price
    $55.95
    Binding
    Hardcover
    ISBN13
    9780754820819
    Pages
    256
    Dimensions
    242 x 305 x 26mm
    Released
    Availability
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    Description

    Describes the different techniques used for propagation, the creation of new plants from existing ones, along with an overview of how to set up an operation and a list of suitable flowers, plants, and edible crops.

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