On the winter windowsill

Martin, Tovah
February 1993
Yankee;Feb93, Vol. 57 Issue 2, p92
Evaluates different houseplants' appropriateness for a winter windowsill. Care of winter houseplants; Jasmine and its variety; Citrus, Heliotropes and herbs as winter plants. INSET: Mail order sources for fragrant houseplants..


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