. The book of a thousand gardens;. Vegetable gardening. [from old catalog]. 16 Kinds of Vegetables grown in a Garden in the ' 'Cut Over" Country of Northern Wisconsin. five pounds. I never saw such radishes, they were so tender. My husband plows real ^ deep and harrows the gar- den two or three times, then he leaves it ail to me and 1 plant a little of everything. I have a garden plow and seeder, so I keep it thor- oughly cultivated and hoed and keep all the weeds down. That is the secret of a good garden in my eyes. I love to work in my garden. 1 am a poor scholar, but it is the truth. I

. The book of a thousand gardens;. Vegetable gardening. [from old catalog]. 16 Kinds of Vegetables grown in a Garden in the ' 'Cut Over" Country of Northern Wisconsin. five pounds. I never saw such radishes, they were so tender. My husband plows real ^ deep and harrows the gar- den two or three times, then he leaves it ail to me and 1 plant a little of everything. I have a garden plow and seeder, so I keep it thor- oughly cultivated and hoed and keep all the weeds down. That is the secret of a good garden in my eyes. I love to work in my garden. 1 am a poor scholar, but it is the truth. I Stock Photo
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. The book of a thousand gardens;. Vegetable gardening. [from old catalog]. 16 Kinds of Vegetables grown in a Garden in the ' 'Cut Over" Country of Northern Wisconsin. five pounds. I never saw such radishes, they were so tender. My husband plows real ^ deep and harrows the gar- den two or three times, then he leaves it ail to me and 1 plant a little of everything. I have a garden plow and seeder, so I keep it thor- oughly cultivated and hoed and keep all the weeds down. That is the secret of a good garden in my eyes. I love to work in my garden. 1 am a poor scholar, but it is the truth. I have told you as plain as I know how. Mrs. Lena Tossell, Crivitz, Wisconsin m a snowstorm. People laughed at me, but I was the one to laugh last. It was so dry last year that I saved all my wash wa- ter and carried barrels of if and it paid me, for I had a fine garden. I had three different plantings of sweet corn, and sold the most of it for one cent an ear. I had three wagonloads of squash which I sold at fen and twenty cents each. I had one squash that weighed over thirty-. ^ji: â ..â¢^. An Enthusiastic Woman Gardener and Her Chickens. CATTLE ATE THE ONIONS. From Mrs. F. E. Wright, Wilsey, Kansas. I sent for $2.50 worth of seeds and sold $3.00 worth of tomato plants, and $2.00 worth of cabbage plants. My beets were good. The cattle got in my garden and ate all my onions and nearly all my cucumber vines, but I planted again and had grand success. Put up 30 gallons of pickles for myself, sold 3 bushel gren ones. I also sold $15.00 worth of ripe tomatoes and $2.00 worth of green ones, and I canned ten quarts of beets. I may do better next time, as this is my first attempt. Mrs. F. E. Wright, Wilsey, Kansas.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Field, Henry, 1871- [from old catalog] comp. Shen

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