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In addition to recipes for figs, peaches, cherries, pineapples, and other fruits, this compact, vintage guide from the 1890s offers suggestions for cultivating a garden. Tips range from methods for removing lichens and spraying trees to techniques for expelling snails and slugs. A companion to Gardening a la Mode: Vegetables, the book features alphabetized entries and an index for easy reference."
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