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Luebbermann, Mimi


LUEBBERMANN, Mimi. American (born Venezuela), b. 1945. Genres: Horticulture, How-to books. Career: Writer. Tasting of Summer Produce, development director, 1988-90; Organic Farming Research Foundation, coordinator of Celebration of the Organic Harvest, 1992; Sonoma County Chefs' Tasting, coordinator, 1998. Publications: (with G. Brennan) Beautiful Bulbs, 1993; (with G. Brennan) Little Herb Gardens, 1993; Paydirt: Growing Specialty Vegetables and Herbs for Serious Cash, 1994, rev. ed., 1997; Miscarriage Grief, 1994; Terrific Tomatoes, 1994; Climbing Vines, 1995; Easy Orchids, 1996; Salad Gardens, 1996; The Williams-Sonoma Wedding Planner, 1996; The Country Baker's Book of Baking with Herbs, 1996; Heirloom Gardens, 1997; Cactus and Succulent Gardens, 1997; Little Potted Gardens, 1998; Homegrown Fruit, 1998; Shade Gardens, 1999. EDITOR: (with J. Bennett) Where the Heart Is: A Celebration of Home, 1995; (contrib.) Smith and Hawken's Book of Outdoor Gardening, 1997. Address: Windrush Farm, 2263 Chileno Valley Rd., Petaluma, CA 94952, U.S.A.

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