verbprepare and use (land) for crops or gardeningtry to acquire or develop (a quality, sentiment, or skill)
Here at Timber Press we embody both deﬁnitions of “cultivate.” For the past thirty-six years we have taught readers how to prepare their land for all kinds of agricultural, edible, and ornamental crops. In publishing works by experts in the ﬁelds of gardening, horticulture, and natural history, we also help readers develop new skills and ways of thinking about the world around them.This season we are
Cultivating Garden Style
with Rochelle Greayer’s book on bringing personality to the garden. In
, readers learn the simple techniques for cultivating tillandsias—plants that seemingly grow on air.
Practical Permaculture for Home Landscapes, Your Community, and the Whole Earth
helps readers develop skills for using the land in ways that give back. In
from expert horticulturists Ruth Rogers Clausen and Tom Christopher, home gardeners will learn how to choose the best plants for their gardens and how best to cultivate them.I hope our new books and reliable backlist help you cultivate strong sales and enduring relationships with your customers.
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR