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How to Have A Bountiful Backyard Bird Garden - or Front Yard - Even If You're A Beginner:

The BackYard Berry Book: A hands-on guide to growing berries, brambles, & vine fruit (and rhubarb) in the home garden. Easy reading. By well known orchardist, Stella Otto, 1995, 235 pp. $15.95, ISBN 0-9634520-6-1. Your birds and children will love you.

Now An Answer For Small Yards:

Your Neighbors May Not Love You, but "Yes, it is possible to Grow fresh vegetables for a family of four on the front lawn!"

With this book, you can do that and more: How to Grow More Vegetables, Fruit, Nuts, Berries, Grains and Other Crops Than You Ever Thought Possible on Less Land Than You can Imagine. John Jeavons, 6th edition, (Berkeley, CA: Ten Speed Press, 2002), 240 pages, $17.95, ISBN 1-58008-233-5.

This is the classic book on GROW BIOINTENSIVE gardening for beginners to advanced gardeners. The most complete and practical book of its kind, proven effective in all types of garden conditions. This book is every gardener's guidebook to healthier and more beautiful gardens - including bird gardens. Also available through Bountiful Gardens, Willits, CA, Tel: (707) 459-6410; e-mail:; website: www.

  For Exceptional Bird Gardening
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