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  • The Year-Round Vegetable Gardenerby Niki Jabbour; Joseph De Sciose

    Storey Publishing, LLC 2011; US$ 15.95

    Stretch the gardening season with intensive planting techniques, cold-weather care tips, and vegetable varieties picked for flavor and growing success. more...

  • The Veggie Gardener's Answer Bookby Barbara W. Ellis

    Storey Publishing, LLC 2008; US$ 14.95

    Barbara Ellis provides expert answers for all of your toughest vegetable-growing questions. Designed to be used as an in-the-garden reference, this sturdy little volume is packed with helpful information on everything from planning a garden and sowing seeds to battling pests and harvesting organic crops. With clever tricks to cut down on weed growth,... more...

  • The American Meadow Gardenby John Greenlee; Saxon Holt

    Timber Press 2009; US$ 27.95

    If there's one lesson every homeowner must learn, it's this: The traditional lawn is a huge, time consuming, synthetic-chemical sucking mistake. The time has come to look for new ways to create friendly, livable spaces around our homes. In The American Meadow Garden , ornamental grass expert John Greenlee creates a new model for homeowners and... more...

  • The Encyclopedia of Herbsby Thomas DeBaggio; Arthur O. Tucker

    Timber Press 2009; US$ 30.95

    This meticulously researched compendium provides every aspect of growing, identifying, harvesting, preserving, and using more than 500 species of herbs. Thorough profiles provide a plant's botanical name and family, whether it is an annual or perennial, its height, hardiness, light requirements, water consumption, required soil type, and pH. The often... more...

  • Gardening with Shape, Line and Textureby Linden Hawthorne

    Timber Press 2009; US$ 30.95

    Gardening with Shape, Line and Texture bridges the gap between garden design books and plant reference encyclopedias. Leading landscaper Linden Hawthorne looks at plants from a designer's perspective (where color is often a secondary consideration) and emphasizes the important roles of plant shape. Part One reviews fine art principles and shows... more...

  • Designing with Conifersby Richard L. Bitner

    Timber Press 2011; US$ 34.95

    With blue, green, and gold foliage and shapes ranging from spiky to weeping, conifers have the potential to be garden design stars. But they are commonly misused in gardens and landscapes, leading to looming spruces squashed against a house or rows of kettledrum-shaped yews along a sidewalk. When used correctly and creatively, conifers can be star... more...

  • Planting the Dry Shade Gardenby Graham Rice

    Timber Press 2012; US$ 18.50

    In this book you'll learn how to prune selectively to admit more light and how to amend soil to increase its moisture retention. You'll also learn about more than 130 plants that accept reduced light and moisture levels-long-blooming woodland gems like epimediums and hellebores, and even lush foliage plants like evergreen ferns and hardy gingers,... more...

  • It?s a Long Road to a Tomatoby Keith Stewart; Flavia Bacarella; Deborah Madison

    The Experiment 2010; US$ 15.95

    A new edition of longtime farmer Keith Stewart?s deeply personal and highly acclaimed book on the hows and whys of running a small organic farm in 21st century America?updated with five new essays, a foreword by Deborah Madison, and gorgeous new woodcuts by Flavia Bacarella Keith Stewart, already in his early forties and discontent with New York?s... more...

  • 100 Flowers and How They Got Their Namesby Diana Wells; Ippy Patterson

    Algonquin Books 1997; US$ 15.95

    Illustrations by Ippy Patterson. From Baby Blue Eyes to Silver Bells, from Abelia to Zinnia, every flower tells a story. Gardening writer Diana Wells knows them all. Here she presents one hundred well-known garden favorites and the not-so-well-known stories behind their names. Not for gardeners only, this is a book for anyone interested not just... more...

  • 100 Vegetables and Where They Came Fromby William Woys Weaver; Signe Sundberg-Hall

    Algonquin Books 2013; US$ 15.95

    A perfect leek from France. Flavorful zucchini from Italy. An infamous potato from Ireland, and a humble lentil from Ethiopia. 100 Vegetables offers a veritable cornucopia of vegetables and stories from around the world--from Argentina to Zimbabwe, from Australia to the United States. William Woys Weaver--veggie connoisseur, gardener, and historian--guides... more...