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Stephanie Suesan Smith mainly uses her Ph.D. in clinical psychology to train her dogs. She is also a master gardener and woodworker. Stephanie writes on almost any nonfiction topic and has had some unusual experiences that contribute to that ability. Getting pooped on by a rattlesnake probably ranks tops there, but things just seem to happen to her. View more of them at www.stephaniesuesansmith.com.
on March 06, 2012 :
This book impresses in several ways.
The author is complete and to the point. Ms Smith does not waste her time or ours and explains the details of what is required in clear, well written instructions.
The book itself is clean. There are a few tasteful and necessary images. There is not the plethora of useless imagery used to disguise the lack of substance in many of today's "Gardening" books. What is there needs to be there.
The price is right. Too many publishers and E-book authors think that an ebook price should be the same (or MORE!) than the comparable physical volume. The author does not insult us.
I garden regularly, and I have a problem yard, very dry, sandy, exceptionally alkaline, so I've read quite a bit and can say that the author really knows quite a bit. But the best part is how she presents it. Again, you will find no fluff here. Enjoy!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
on Dec. 29, 2010 :
Very thorough guide for planning and planting a garden.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)