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  • About SeedCatalogs.us - Seed Catalogs
    Seed catalogs offer selections of seeds and plant items for sale. These catalogs are featured on the website SeedCatalogs.us, which defines seeds and discusses the advantages of using seeds to begin your vegetable, flower, or herb garden. Links to seed catalogs and seed catalog directories are included. In addition, there are also links to bird seed catalogs and related gardening sites. Visitors can learn about plant seeds and find a broad selection of seed catalog companies.
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  • About GiftCatalogs.us - Gift Catalogs
    The GiftCatalogs.us website explores the history of gift catalogs dating back to 1872. It describes mail order and online gift catalogs and discusses the benefits of using them. It also offers tips for arranging to receive gift shop catalogs. Visitors can browse through mail order gift shops and online gift shopping websites.
    www.giftcatalogs.us/about.htm
  • About CatalogShopping.us - Catalog Shopping
    Learn the history of mail order catalogs and online shopping via the World Wide Web. Browse Internet shopping websites for a broad selection of merchandise that may be difficult to find at local stores.
    www.catalogshopping.us/about.htm
  • About PlantNurseries.us - Plant Nurseries
    Plant nurseries are featured on the website PlantNurseries.us, which defines what nurseries are and explains the difference between retail, wholesale, and private nurseries. It discusses the business aspects of plant nurseries, such as choosing a specialty, setting up a greenhouse, and locating in the correct climate. Links to retail and wholesale plant nurseries are included, as well as general plant resources. Visitors can browse wholesale and retail online nursery catalogs.
    www.plantnurseries.us/about.htm
  • About Bookbinding
    Bookbinding is the process of combining printed sheets into books, magazines, catalogs, folders, and directories. After printing, the material is folded, glued, stitched, stapled, and trimmed. Workers who set up, operate, and maintain the bookbinding machines are called bindery workers; workers who perform highly skilled hand-finishing operations are called bookbinders.
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