Saturday, December 29, 2007

I've discovered Google Books

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 About this book  Read this book "Little Gardens for Boys and Girls"  By Myrta Margaret Higgins
A charming bit of gardening advice for the children of 1910, found on page 57:
"Foxgloves and larkspurs are two of the best perennials to have. The foxglove is very thrifty and a great attraction to bees. The larkspur is so superior to many flowers, one can hardly look on its heavenly blue and not be good."
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 About this book Read this bookLittle Gardens for Boys and Girls By Myrta Margaret Higgins

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