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by Robert R. Dockery
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HousePlant Care for Busy People. HOUSE PLANT CARE FOR BUSY PEOPLE.
The purpose of this book is to give helpful hints & quick reminders for over 50 of the most common house plants. Great tips and what to look out for plus what to do if your plant has certain signs of 'illness'. Not intended to tell everything about a plant, there are many books available for that, more on what is important to take care of your plants and have them looking healthy and happy.

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Created on: Dec-27-2016   Published on: Dec-27-2016
Format: 7"x10" - Hardcover w/Glossy Laminate - Color Trade Book
Theme: Open Theme    Sales Term:  Everyone
Preview Limit: 72 Pages
About Author
author icon Brian Dockery
Joined: Aug-17-2016

Editors Note: Never to brag, Mr. Dockery has done a lot more than what his simple opening has stated. Robert R Dockery has been the director of Western Piedmont Community College for as he said, many years. He has helped innumerous people attain certification in a variety of plant related fields be it nursery and gardens, landscaping design, parks, or as a florists, producer, or distributors of plants. He has had plant seeds in space, designed horticulture programs, helped build greenhouses and so much more. For years he freely answered calls & emails with photos of problem plants & issues & gave advice. He assisted in preserving rare & endangered species which specifically grow on rocks & was able to replicate environments for the greenhouse. Most of his achievements are represented in the lives of his students. Once offered the possibility to move, he declined saying he could do the most good for the most people at the community college level. Now retired, he has time to write this.

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