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Gardener’s Year Book

For those of you planning a spring vegetable garden, or fall garden depending on where in the world you are, I thought you might appreciate some helpful hints from the House and Garden’s Gardener’s Yearbook for 1939.

This is a basic set of tools any gardener will need to get started, a trowel, a hoe for cultivating, a spade, and a spade to dig up soil.  However you might also want to have these around.

And depending on the size or type of garden y0u have you also might want some of these tools…

Make sure to aerate your soil real good and add plenty of compost and fertilizer.

When the soil is ready add go ahead and sow in those seedlings you started a few weeks earlier. Now all you have to do is hope no varmint eats your veggies.

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Bout that time huh? I’m excited.

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