Flowers of the Bible: And How to Grow Them

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Citadel Press, 2002 - 288 páginas
Gardening is America's number-one family hobby. This book focuses on the glories of biblical flowers and explains how to grow them yourself. Featured is a compilation of all the scriptural references to flowers, and information on:
-- Planting and culture
-- Choosing locations and preparing the soil
-- Wildflowers of the Bible
-- Sources for seeds, bulbs, and gardening supplies, including the latest suppliers for biblical plants from specialists and horticultural firms in Israel
-- Plans for Bible gardens for church, synagogue, school, and community

Readers will also be delighted to find a complete guide to biblical gardens around the U.S. and the rest of the world, and a special chapter on the magnificent Biblical Garden Preserve outside Tel Aviv.

 

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Very interesting, learned a lot.

Comentário do usuário  - Sandy - Christianbook.com

I was surprised at some of the flowers in the book. Learned a lot of new facts. I am planting a small garden, using the guidelines in this book. Ler resenha completa

Bought this a a gift for dear friend...

Comentário do usuário  - Dora - Christianbook.com

Gift for dear friend who loves books about God's flowers and His world. I love this title and think that she will love this book too... Ler resenha completa

Conteúdo

Biblical Growing Horizons 1
1
Flowers of Biblical Scriptures 1
21
Flowers of the Holy Land Growing Wild
53
Pick the Right Site and Prepare the Growing
96
Beautify With Biblical Flowerscapes
123
Welcome Gods Beauty Indoors in Colorful
149
Cultivate Gods Beauty Everywhere
162
Flowers for Holy Days and Holidays
181
Biblical Gardens to Visit in the United States
198
Magnificent Neot KedumimThe Biblical
230
Greatest Global Gardening Sources
244
the World
256
Appendix A Scriptural References to Flowers
263
Bibliography
277
Index
283
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ALLAN SWENSON is a former U.S. Intelligence Officer, trained in the U.S. Army as an Airborne Combat Intelligence officer.  In this capacity, via the CIA, he participated in a number of clandestine missions.  He is a lifetime member of the Association of Former Intelligence Officers, and is on of the founders of its active New England chapter.

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