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Heirloom Vegetables by Sue Stickland
Heirloom Vegetables by Sue Strickland
Heirloom Vegetables by Sue Stickland
Item Id: 0100034

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Heirloom Vegetables
by Sue Stickland, photography by David Cavagnaro, and Kent Whealy as consultant.
Format: Trade Paper, 192 pages
ISBN: 0684838079
Publisher: Fireside Paperbacks
Pub. Date: 1998
Dimensions: 9.75 x 7.5 x 0.5 inches
Condition: Various (Refer to Main Bookstore page for definitions)
Retail Price: U.S. $16.00 - Can. $21.50

Publisher's Note: Endorsed by the Seed Savers Exchange, an international organization for promoting and conserving plant diversity, "Heirloom Vegetables" is a beautifully illustrated, authoritative, and practical guide to growing and preserving more than 350 varieties of old-fashioned edible plants. 62 photos, 42 in color.
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