The City and Suburban Vegetable Garden
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City gardening in back yards and vacant lots may be made the source of considerable profit and furnishes healthful exercise for the members of the family.
Gardening under the conditions that exist in cities and towns is essentially different from gardening in the country, in that city people as a rule are not experienced in the art of growing plants.
Proper organization and instruction are essential to get the most out of city gardening. In the following pages suggestions are given for conducting the work of organization, as well as directions covering the preparation of the soil, the starting of plants, and the cultivation and care of all the more important garden crops.