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

    The Experiment 2010; US$ 18.95

    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$ 17.95

    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$ 18.95

    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...

  • The Complete Idiot's Guide to Seed Saving And Startingby Sheri Richerson

    DK Publishing 2012; US$ 18.95

    Covers all of the essential techniques - harvesting, drying, disease and pest control, testing and germinating, and sowing. more...

  • From the Ground Upby Amy Stewart

    Algonquin Books 2000; US$ 18.95

    Amy Stewart had a simple dream. She yearned for a garden filled with colorful jumbles of vegetables and flowers. After she and her husband finished graduate school, they pulled up their Texas roots and headed west to Santa Cruz, California. With little money in their pockets, they rented a modest seaside bungalow with a small backyard. It wasn't much--a... more...

  • Gardener's Latinby Barbara Damrosch; Bill Neal

    Algonquin Books 2003; US$ 10.95

    For more than a decade, gardeners have been turning to a beautiful little hardcover book called Gardener's Latin, by Bill Neal. Neal understood that as Latin terms began appearing with increasing frequency on nursery tags and gardening catalogs, gardeners would need help. So he weeded through the Latin words that describe and distinguish among plants... more...

  • Good Bugs for Your Gardenby Allison Mia Starcher

    Algonquin Books 1995; US$ 10.95

    Anyone who gardens knows how snails, aphids, scale insects, and caterpillars can damage vegetables, flowers, shrubs, and trees. But not many of us know that ground beetles eat caterpillars, not plants; that dragonflies feed on mosquitoes; that parasitic wasps prey on tomato hornworms. In this delightful guide to the world of beneficial insects, Starcher,... more...

  • One Writer’s Gardenby Susan Haltom; Jane Roy Brown; Langdon Clay

    University Press of Mississippi 2011; US$ 35.00

    By the time she reached her late twenties, Eudora Welty (1909-2001) was launching a distinguished literary career. She was also becoming a capable gardener under the tutelage of her mother, Chestina Welty, who designed their modest garden in Jackson, M more...

  • 10 Steps to Beautiful Rosesby Maggie Oster

    Storey Publishing, LLC 1989; US$ 3.95

        GROW BEAUTIFUL ROSES IN 10 SIMPLE STEPS! The rose has inspired artists, writers, and composers for centuries.  Now you can join the ranks of those inspired gardeners who cultivate roses in their home gardens.  Whether you?re a novice gardener wanting to know the basics or a seasoned horticulturalist looking up tips on improving your blooms, Maggie... more...

  • Planning & Planting a Moon Gardenby Marcella Shaffer

    Storey Publishing, LLC 2001; US$ 3.95

    With today's schedules, few people are able to enjoy their gardens during prime daylight hours. But there is a way you can delight in the fragrance and beauty of flowers after dark: Plant a night-blooming garden! Also known as moon gardens, night-blooming gardens are expressly designed for evening enjoyment. While attractive during the day, they take... more...