December 1996
Garden Design;Dec96/Jan97, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p76
The article features three garden owners who received a Merit Award at the 1996 Golden Trowel Awards in the U.S. It presents the stories of garden owners Kerry Trueman and Matthew Rosenberg, William Probeck and Camille Price concerning the challenges they have encountered in the field of gardening. Information on how they address the problems, such as the plants' growing conditions and the presence of pests, is also discussed.


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