Plants in the Home - Garden Blue Book - General Motors Information Rack Service - Booklet, c. 1952
( 4 3/4 x 6 3/4 In) This is an original vintage Blue Book Co. booklet from 1952. "Plants in the Home - Garden Blue Book" is 14-pages long. Edited by Andrew S. Wing, Former Secretary National Garden Institute. Published for General Motors Men and Women by the Employee Relations Staff, GM Information Rack Service. Contents include:
- Plants in the Home: How to Grow Plants Indoors, Types of Plants, Conditions that Favor House Plants, How to Start, Potting Plants, Potting Soil, Temperature and Humidity, Feeding House Plants, Insects and Diseases, Pots and Other Containers, Growing Plants in Water, Terrarium, Indoor Greenhouses, Indoor Wild Gardens, Rooted Cuttings, Plant Tricks and Stunts, Reliable House Plants, Geraniums, Begonias, African Violets, Other Flowering Plants, The Christmas (Crab) Cactus, Foliage Plants, Cacti and Succulents, Training Plants, Automatic Watering, Trouble Shooting.
The booklet is in GOOD condition, wear at the edges, blunted corner tips, heavy crease at bottom right corner tip, red pencil scribble on the back.
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