By Shawna Coronado
If you are looking for resourceful ways to improve your garden and promote green living values right at home, you'll love paging through this fascinating, eye-catching book.
By Lee Reich
An irreverent romp through the natural science of plants and soil, ideal for newer gardeners moving beyond back-of-the-seed-pack planting, to experienced gardeners whose curiosity at the wonders of cultivation grows deeper and stronger with each season.
By the editors of Fine Gardening Magazine
Want to grow your own vegetables? Here is a true beginner's guide to producing a garden that's filled to the brim. Loaded with expert tips, tricks, and techniques, this book is a touchstone for planting, weeding, growing, and harvesting advice.
By Lauri Kranz
Edible Gardens LA founder Lauri Kranz shares her secrets for planning, planting, growing, and maintaining luscious edible gardens, no matter the setting or size of the plot.
By Carolyn Harstad
This book showcases Midwestern native trees, shrubs, ground covers, ferns, vines, grasses, and over 100 sun-friendly perennials for your home garden. Illustrated with detailed drawings and beautiful color photographs.
By Jack Staub
Histories, medicinal uses, and recipe ideas for food plants from A to Z. Cultivation and culinary advice are delivered with accessibility and wit. Watercolor art makes the pages beautiful.
By Rosalind Creasy
An accessible guide to cultivating and preparing herbs. Full of practical tips and tricks presented in a beautiful format—perfect for the gardener, aspiring gardener or home chef.
By the editors of Mother Earth News
A must have volume packed with time-tested information, photographs, and charming illustrations for home gardeners everywhere.
By Simon Akeroyd
Whatever the size of your garden or outdoor space, raised beds can work for you. The heart of this book comprises of step-by-step instructions for building and maintaining 15 types of raised beds.
By Moya L. Andrews & Gillian Harris
This beautifully illustrated book on landscape gardening addresses shrubs and how to determine which you should plant among your perennials and where.
By Judy Barrett
If you are frustrated because nothing seems to grow in your backyard or you can't keep pests or plant disease away, this book offers organic solutions while banishing stress.
By Jan Riggenbach
As readable as it is useful, this book reviews the familiar, reconsiders old favorites, and introduces dozens of surprising and seldom-grown plants ideal for Midwest gardens and landscapes. Illustrated with color photos from the author's garden.