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The Ever Curious Gardener

by Lee Reich

Curious why caressing your cucumber plants will help them bear more fruit? Or why you should grow oranges from seed even if the fruit is inedible? Or why trees need to sleep and how to help them?

Join acclaimed...


Backyard Bounty - Revised & Expanded 2nd Edition

by Linda Gilkeson

Are you itching to start your own garden or grow more in the one you have, but feel that gardening is too challenging or time-consuming for your busy schedule?

Now completely updated and expanded, Backyard Bounty...


Homegrown and Handpicked

by Carol J. Michel

“Professionally dirty clothes,” “The MulchMobile,” “The Gardener’s Handshake,” “Thanksgiving Conversation Starters for Gardeners,” and  “Going Steady with a Grower” are just a few of the...


Shades of Green

by John Sales

This book incorporates lessons learned over a quarter of a century of managing, renewing and caring for the gardens of the National Trust; negotiating change with a variety of colourful characters, including...


Native Plants for New England Gardens

by New England Wild Flower Society

Native plants are drought tolerant, disease resistant, wildlife friendly, and environmentally sound. Experts increasingly encourage gardeners to use natives exclusively. This handy and practical guide focuses...


Raised Row Gardening

by Jim & Mary Competti

Easier and Cheaper to Set Up Than Raised Beds!

For homeowners young and old looking for the easiest and most affordable way to grow the most vegetables, the Raised Row method shared in this breakthrough book...


An Abundance of Flowers

by Judith M. Taylor

Walk into any nursery, florist, or supermarket, and you’ll encounter displays of dozens of gorgeous flowers, from chrysanthemums to orchids. At one time these fanciful blooms were the rare trophies of the...


Radical Regenerative Gardening and Farming

by Frank Holzman

Radical Regenerative Gardening and Farming informs and inspires gardeners, and farmers, who wish to bring quality and integrity into their work with the land. It is about developing close relationships with...


The Northwest Garden Manifesto

by John J. Albers

Gardens are extensions of our homes, places in which we get outside to relax, entertain, and get some physical exercise. But our gardens are also extensions of the natural world. Through our gardens, as well...


The Garden STEM

by Katie Donohoe, Olivia M. Thompson & Torborg Davern

The Garden STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) is K-8 curriculum for your garden classroom.  Curriculum mapping for South Carolina Academic Standards and Performance Indicators, Educator Guides,...


Grow Your Own HRT: Sprout hormone-rich greens in only two minutes a day

by Sally J. Duffell

Feeling menopausal and need some help? Did you know you can grow your own HRT? Sprouted foods are one of the world’s richest sources of plant hormones and not only the densest form of nutrients on the planet...


Visionary Landscapes

by Kendall H. Brown & David M. Cobb

Japanese gardens are found throughout the world today—their unique forms now considered a universal art form. This stunning Japanese gardening book examines the work of five leading landscape architects in...


Let Roots Be Your Medicine

by Nat Hawes

The roots of plants have been used as medicines and nutritious food for thousands of years. Many have astonishing properties which can heal and remedy most human ailments and diseases without the harmful side-effects...


Nature's Colour Codes

by Nat Hawes

Nature has kindly colour-coded foods for us and each colour signifies different compounds which the body needs on a regular, and often daily, basis. Many are powerful substances that can help to remedy human...


Zen Gardens and Temples of Kyoto

by John Dougill, Takafumi Kawakami & John Einarsen

This Japan travel guide presents a journey into the true heart of the Kyoto experience—one which brings you deep into the world of Kyoto's ancient Zen Buddhist culture.

This is the first comprehensive guide...


The Aquaponic Farmer

by Adrian Southern & Whelm King

The Aquaponic Farmer is the only complete practical guide to understanding, constructing, and operating a family-farm scale commercial cold-water aquaponic system for raising trout and vegetables. It details...


The Permaculture Earthworks Handbook

by Douglas Barnes

The Permaculture Earthworks Handbook covers the functions and appropriate siting, design, and construction of nine types of earthworks, including swales, dams, ponds, and hügelkultur beds, to maximize water...


Plant-Powered Cooking

by Alice Mary Alvrez & Elise Marie Collins

• Forks Over Knives has become a worldwide movement encouraging people to eat more plants and forego meat; the book selling over a million copies with a popular film viewed by over 20 million • Much more...


A New Garden Ethic

by Benjamin Vogt

As human-made climate change and mass extinction impacts the world's ability to function, we will be called upon to garden the planet more actively. Native plants in home, business, and public landscapes will...


A New Garden Ethic

by Benjamin Vogt

As human-made climate change and mass extinction impacts the world’s ability to function, we will be called upon to garden the planet more actively. Native plants in home, business, and public landscapes will...