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  • Southeast Foragingby Chris Bennett

    Timber Press 2015; US$ 20.95

    From seashores and riverbanks to mountains, valleys, and overgrown fields, the beautiful Southeast is rich in wild edibles. Forager, farmer, teacher, and chef Chris Bennett helps you find the most delicious plants?from delectable wild greens, like the often-overlooked sweet, fan-shaped leaves of common mallow to wild hazelnuts, hickory nuts, and fruity... more...

  • The Truth About Organic Gardeningby Jeff Gillman

    Timber Press 2008; US$ 12.95

    Gardeners tend to assume that any organic product is automatically safe for humans and beneficial to the environment?and in most cases this is true. The problem, as Jeff Gillman points out in this fascinating, well-researched book, is that it is not always true, and the exceptions to the rule can pose a significant threat to human health. To cite... more...

  • The Northwest Green Home Primerby Kathleen Smith; Kathleen O'Brien

    Timber Press 2008; US$ 24.95

    "The tone of the book is targeted for lay people, to show that anyone can make ?green home? decisions, even on a budget.  The book provides guidance and resources for people buying, building, or remodeling a green home, providing a unique perspective that includes an in-depth description of the process of getting a green home." more...

  • Bloom-Again Orchidsby judywhite

    Timber Press 2009; US$ 14.95

    Orchids have a reputation as the divas of the plant world: fussy, difficult-to-grow plants that ? on top of all that ? are prohibitively expensive. But there are plenty of orchids that anyone can grow. Orchids are no more difficult than familiar houseplants such as the African violet, and can be made to thrive and bloom in average indoor conditions.... more...

  • A Short History of the Honey Beeby Ilona McCarty; E. Readicker-Henderson

    Timber Press 2009; US$ 19.95

    There are around 16,000 species of bee. Only seven of these are responsible for creating the world's sweetest treat ? honey. Combining Ilona's gorgeous photography and E. Readicker-Henderson's engaging text, A Short History of the Honey Bee follows the journey from flower to hive to honey throughout history. A Short History of the Honey Bee ... more...

  • Plant-Driven Designby Scott Ogden; Lauren Springer Ogden

    Timber Press 2009; US$ 27.95

    For too long, garden design has given pride of place to architecture, artifice, and arbitrary principles. The results? Soulless landscapes where plants play subordinate roles. With passion and eloquence, Scott Ogden and Lauren Springer Ogden argue that only when plants are given the respect they deserve does a garden become emotionally resonant.... more...

  • The Guide to West Coast Cheeseby Sasha Davies

    Timber Press 2010; US$ 18.95

    A robust sheep?s milk cheese studded with whole peppercorns. A sharp, clothbound Cheddar that pairs perfectly with a nutty brown ale and a dollop of mango chutney. A tangy, nettle-wrapped cheese made in celebration of the cows returning to pasture in early spring. A light and cakey goat cheese with notes of pine nuts and Meyer lemons. These are just... more...

  • Contemporary Color in the Landscapeby Andrew Wilson

    Timber Press 2011; US$ 34.95

    Color is the first and most important design choice a garden designer makes. Over the past decade, landscape architects and garden designers have moved away from the more sedate shades commonly found in traditional gardens and have used plants and hardscape to experiment with explosions of color. From the layered and textural colors of Piet Oudolf... more...

  • The Rancho Gordo Heirloom Bean Grower's Guideby Steve Sando

    Timber Press 2011; US$ 17.95

    Steve Sando founded Rancho Gordo with the simple idea that saving our New World foods is a critical pursuit, and his passion for heirloom beans has made his business a huge success. Sando?s beans are sought after by famous chefs like Thomas Keller (Vallarta is his favorite), and he?s frequently profiled in publications such as Bon Appetit, Saveur... more...

  • Vanilla Orchidsby Ken Cameron

    Timber Press 2012; US$ 27.95

    With more than 30,000 known species, orchids represent the largest family of plants. But only one genus has agricultural value?the Vanilla orchid. Leading orchid expert Ken Cameron covers the natural history of the world?s most popular flavor and fragrance and provides an introduction to the pollination, biology, structure, evolution, and diversity... more...