- Title Pages
IThe Garden in the Mind
IIThe Growing of the Plants
- The Miracle
- How to Make a Garden—The First Lesson
- The Home Garden
- How to Make a Garden—Digging in the Dirt
- The Growing of Plants by Children—The School-Garden
- The Spirit of the Garden
- The Principles of Pruning
- The Weather
- What Is a Weed?
- White Clover
IVFruits & Vegetables
VSpring to Winter
Appendix IThe Garden Fence
Appendix IIBooks by Liberty Hyde Bailey
- (p.86) The Weather
- The Liberty Hyde Bailey Gardener's Companion
- John A. Stempien, John Linstrom
- Cornell University Press
Reaffirming the idea that "that which is first worth knowing is that which is nearest at hand," Bailey writes about the "proper attitude" towards the weather, arguing that it cannot be "bad" since it is not a "human institution" and that, instead, any kind of weather puts us in sympathy with our environment.
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