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  Over 7 million households nationwide plan to grow their own fruits, vegetables, herbs, and berries

•Trend has received a boost from Michelle Obama's White House garden- as well as from the desire to save money on food

•The only book that covers both outdoor covered gardening and green­house

gardening, as well as root-cellar gardening and harvesting

•Author is an expert in the field of greenhouse gardens
Gardeners anticipate spring planting time with glee.  They look to their pale hands and clean nails with a a sense of nostaglia for last year's sun and dirt. They dream and plan for next summers garden.  But some people never wait. They never feel a seasonal void.  They garden all year long.  Sheri Ann Richardson, co-author of The Complete Idiot's Guide to Year Round Gardening,  wants everyone to know the joy year- round gardening.

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