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Plants for Houston and the Gulf Coast

by Howard Garrett

Whether you're a first-time homeowner, dedicated gardener, or landscape professional, if you're gardening on the Gulf Coast, you need Howard Garrett's Plants for Houston and the Gulf Coast. Garrett is one of...


Creating Outdoor Classrooms: Schoolyard Habitats and Gardens for the Southwest

by Lauri Macmillan Johnson, Kim Duffek & James Richards

Schoolyards have come a long way from the barren playgrounds that many people remember. Today's school campuses often feature gardens in which students can learn about native plants and wildlife, grow vegetables...


Organic Management for the Professional: The Natural Way for Landscape Architects and Contractors, Commercial Growers, Golf Course Managers, Park Admi

by Howard Garrett, John Ferguson & Mike Amaranthus

Can you manage the landscape of a golf course, city park, or corporate campus without synthetic fertilizers and toxic pesticides? Absolutely! Organic landscaping is not only possible on a large scale, but it...


Soil Mates: Companion Planting for Your Vegetable Garden

by Sara Alway & Kelle Carter

Matchmaking in the garden!

 

In this charming guide to companion planting for your vegetable-garden favorites, you’ll learn why Broccoli ♥ Rosemary and whether Cucumber + Corn = friends with benefits. (Just...


Perennial Gardens for Texas

by Julie Ryan

A perennial garden is an ever-changing source of delight. Each season brings new colors and textures in flowers and foliage. As the years go by, perennial plantings mature and interweave into forms more beautiful...


My Empire of Dirt: How One Man Turned His Big-City Backyard into a Farm

by Manny Howard

For seven months, Manny Howard—a lifelong urbanite—woke up every morning and ventured into his eight-hundred-square-foot backyard to maintain the first farm in Flatbush, Brooklyn, in generations. His goal...


Tomatoes: A Gardener's Guide

by Simon Hart

The tomato is a popular and versatile choice in the garden. It is vibrant, nutritious and delicious. It can be grown from hanging baskets with herbs, can yield prolific crops, and can cheer up a summer salad...


Garden Heroes and Villains

by George Drower

This follow up to the engaging 'Gardeners, Gurus and Grubs' takes a longer look at the heroes and villains of the gardening world. Learn how Heron of Alexandria surprised unwelcome visitors to his garden in...


Gardener's Guide to Bulbs

by Christine Skelmersdale

Bulbs are always a delight for gardeners, whether used to burst freely in drifts or caught to add colour and exuberance within a border or container. This book captures that sense of joy by celebrating the potential...


Planting Tomatoes: Tips Before You Begin

by Steve Lucas

Planting Tomatoes (Tips Before You Begin) is the perfect companion book for when you decide to embark on your own question of cultivating your very own tomatoes. Using a variety of tips and FAQs, this book will...


Hugs for Gardeners

by Dawn M. Brandon & Tammy L. Bicket

Someone you know needs a hug today...It may even be you!

Whether it's a rose, a sunflower, or a big, fat tomato plant that captures your attention, watching your garden grow is one of the greatest gifts you...


The Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in the Southeast

by Ira Wallace

Growing vegetables requires regionally specific information-what to plant, when to plant it, and when to harvest are based on climate, weather, and first frost. The Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening...


The Biggle Orchard Book: Fruit and Orchard Gleanings from Bough to Basket, Gathered and Packed Into Book Form

by Jacob Biggle

“The first thing to do about starting an orchard is to plan for it,” Jacob Biggle, the author of this handy little book, advises. “Put on your thinking-cap, study into the matter, and do not jump in the...


The Biggle Garden Book: Vegetables, Small Fruits and Flowers for Pleasure and Profit

by Jacob Biggle

When The Biggle Garden Book was first published in 1908, most people were in the habit of raising their own food and flowers. Jacob Biggle felt that a gardener’s success had to do with willpower and passion...


The Biggle Berry Book: Small Fruit Facts from Bud to Box Conserved Into Understandable Form

by Jacob Biggle

“The only just and true way for an honorable and manly man is to grow them, and let everybody about the place have all he can eat. For the berry comes from the garden to the table in tempting and presentable...


Gardening in Eden: The Joys of Planning and Tending a Garden

by Arthur T. Vanderbilt II

"Though an old man," Thomas Jefferson wrote at Monticello, "I am but a young gardener." Every gardener is.

In Gardening in Eden, we enter Arthur Vanderbilt's small enchanted world of the garden, where the old...


Growing Marijuana Indoors: A Foolproof Guide

by Jay Carter Brown

With clear information and helpful tips presented in a straightforward format, this handbook teaches marijuana growers how to cultivate the best pot in the world. Whether it’s medical (cannabis indica) or...


Japanese Flower Arrangement: In a Nutshell: A Primer

by Ellen Gordon Allen

The purpose of this primer is to acquaint the reader with elementary knowledge in a special school of flower arranging—the Japanese school-selected because it is the oldest and its teachings are perhaps the...


The Complete Guide to Growing Vegetables, Flowers, Fruits, and Herbs from Containers: Everything You Need to Know

by Lizz Shepherd

Almost 25% of city homeowners lack the yard space needed to cultivate and grow a decent sized garden (according to Seattle Lawn and Garden) meaning more and more people interested in harvesting flowers, vegetables,...


The Wildlife-Friendly Vegetable Gardener: How to Grow Food in Harmony with Nature

by Tammi Hartung

This one-of-a-kind book shows you how to create a peaceful co-existence between your vegetable garden and the wildlife who consider it part of their habitat. By understanding and working with the surrounding...