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The Weekend Gardener
by Victor K. Pryles
". . .and believe it or not you can do
The Lost Weekend
Meet Fred. He used to spend every daylight hour on Saturday and Sunday doing back breaking work in his garden. Dirty, disheveled and perspiring he was not a happy camper.
By the time Monday rolled around, Fred would drag his aching back and muscles off to his job and prepare to do the same thing all over again when the next weekend arrived. Sound familiar?
The really sad part about his story, is that even after putting in all that hard work, his yard really didn't look all that great!
You see Fred isn't any different than most property owners. Just like you, he wanted to have a garden that would bring pleasure and satisfaction. The only problem is time. . .the lack of it!
A Better Weekend
What if you could have it all? A beautiful, restful garden that beckons to be enjoyed. And, what if you could do it in just a few hours every weekend? Impossible? Not at all!
The Weekend Gardener truly is the busy persons guide to a beautiful backyard garden. You can have it all! Jam-packed with 183 pages you'll discover everything you need to know, such as:
The Weekend Gardener teaches you all of this and more! Each chapter contains a "quick tip" for easy reference.
PLUS A PRICELESS BONUS!
"The Weekenders Year Long Calendar of Activities," takes all the guesswork out of what to do in your garden and when to do it.
Grab your copy of The Weekend Gardener and discover how to have your very own lovely garden. A place where the landscape sparkles with refreshment and the beauty of nature.
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