Our mission is to share the wonders of

the natural world by publishing books
from experts in the fields of gardening,
horticulture, and natural history.

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

It may seem as though the natural world is in
danger of being lost, but our authors belie that
notion in the many ways they celebrate that
which remains.
In The Natural World of Winnie-the-Pooh,
Kathryn Aalto discovers the real landscapes
that inspired A. A. Milne to create the
Hundred Acre Wood and the merry band of
friends who lived and played there. In Seeing
Seeds, the award-winning photographer
Robert Llewellyn shares the miracle of nature
in the smallest of packages. In Planting in a
Post-Wild World, Thomas Rainer and Claudia
West teach gardeners how to emulate wild
spaces by creating dynamic landscapes that
will stand the test of time. And in The Art of
Gardening, the gardeners of Chanticleer find
inspiration all around them and show home
gardeners how to bring those wonders into
their own backyards.
We’re proud to publish books that help people
discover the wonders of the natural world, and
we are committed to doing our part to ensure
its survival for generations to come.

Fall 2015
New Releases2
Backlist 25
HERBS AND EDIBLES 

26

REGIONAL VEGETABLE GARDENING 

29

GARDEN DESIGN

30

PERENNIALS AND ANNUALS 

38

TREES AND SHRUBS

43

TROPICALS AND SUCCULENTS 

46

SPECIALTY PLANTS 

48

SCIENCE FOR GARDENERS

52

GARDEN REFERENCE

53

NATURE

57

ARMCHAIR GARDENING 

59

ARTS, CRAFTS, AND INDOOR PLANTS

62

PACIFIC NORTHWEST

64

Indexes

67

Ordering Information

73

NEW RELEASES

The Natural
World of
Winniethe-Pooh

Exploring the Real Landscapes
of the Hundred Acre Wood
KATHRYN AALTO
The tales of Winnie-the-Pooh, Christopher Robin, and their
merry bunch of friends playing at Poohsticks Bridge and the
Floody Place are classic and beloved children’s literature.
Read by millions of people and made into movies, toys,
and countless other iterations, they are an iconic symbol of
childhood.
In The Natural World of Winnie-the-Pooh, garden historian
Kathryn Aalto reveals the real landscapes that inspired
these imaginary tales. This charming narrative first details
the collaboration between A. A. Milne and illustrator E. H.
Shepard, revealing the interplay between artist and writer. It
then explores the specific places in England’s Ashdown Forest
that inspired the Hundred Acre Wood, the magical realm in
which Pooh, Piglet, and Eeyore live and play. The last section
details the flora and fauna of Ashdown Forest and acts as an
armchair visitor’s guide to this enchanting place.
Packed with Shepard’s original illustrations and hundreds of
new and historical photographs, The Natural World of Winniethe-Pooh is a must read for everyone who cherishes A. A. Milne’s
classic tales.

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SEPTEMBER 2015

Hardcover; 6¾ x 9
308 pages; full color throughout
$24.95 US/ $33.95 CAN/ £15.00
ISBN: 978-1-60469-599-1
Product No: 689599

KATHRYN AALTO is a landscape designer,
historian, writer, and speaker living in Exeter,
England. American by birth, she has master’s
degrees in garden history and creative nonfiction
with a particular interest in literary landscapes.
Passionate about walking and natural history,
she recently completed the Coast-to-Coast Walk
across England with her family.

Exploring the
Hundred Acre Wood

“In Which Piglet
Meets a Heffalump”
(Winnie-the-Pooh)

ORIGINS
of the
STORIES
The Trap for Heffalumps
At Cotchford Farm, the old walnut tree provided enough room for
the real Christopher Robin and his stuffed bear, but when his Lon-

The little stone path had been inspi

was underway at the time. A man named
to build crazy paving through their rock

don friend Anne came to visit the country, the hollow felt crowded.
Anne could visit, of course. She could come for tea. But living there?

loved to watch him set down the sand b

Utterly impossible, recalled Christopher Robin in his autobiog-

terns on top, and brush and water san
them. He wanted to do it, too. Mr. Farm

raphy. Children of this age do not easily give up their space, even
to best friends. Fortunately there was another piece of real estate

stones, which Christopher Robin then ca
“home” and garden under the walnut t
path from the tree to the pump shed w
then created a wooden sundial for him
there was a problem: having an eye-catc
was now a concern. He was afraid trespas

close by—the well house, a shelter which covered over a new well

dug to supply the Taskers’ cottage. The underground well was
enclosed and a wooden shed covered it. Playing neighbors, Christo-

“Everyone who loves Pooh and Piglet and Christopher Robin will
cherish this behind-the-scenes exploration of A. A. Milne’s world.”
pher Robin and Anne “visited” each other by walking along a path
he had made.

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explOring the hundred Acre WOOd 

—Amy Stewart, author of The Drunken Botanist and Wicked Plants
Little Piglet wants to face down his fears. He marches to the
Heffalump Trap. He creeps to the side and peers in. But, in Pooh’s
effort to lick every last bit of honey, he has gotten his head stuck in

the jar. At the moment Piglet looks down, Pooh is making loud roaring noises, stumbling, and bumping his head on tree roots. Horrified, Piglet cries and scampers to Christopher Robin, who discovers

the Heffalump in the Cunning Trap is actually Pooh, whose head
has just hit a root and smashed the jar.
Like all stories in the Hundred Acre Wood, this one was

inspired by real places and people, fears and joys, and stirred by
a father’s writerly imagination. Christopher Robin did dig a Heffa-

lump trap near the walnut tree at Cotchford Farm. In the story “Pig-

let Meets a Heffalump,” the trap is situated near the Six Pine Trees.
Those six pines could have been anywhere in Ashdown Forest, and

the Heffalump Trap is a touching, silly story of pluck and bravery—
perhaps a father’s gentle way of encouraging his son to face his own

fears.

Rounding the

spinney, from “In
Which Pooh and
Piglet Go Hunting and Nearly
Catch a Woozle”
(Winnie-the-Pooh)

Piglet dreaming

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•M 
ore than 70 million copies of A. A. Milne’s books have been
sold worldwide

explOring the hundred Acre WOOd

Origins Of the stOries

Backlist Highlights

•W 
innie-the-Pooh is a five-billion-dollar bear; he is the second
highest earning fictional character after Mickey Mouse
•T 
he charming package includes 45 of the original E. H. Shepard
illustrations, along with hundreds of historic and contemporary
photographs
•S 
ame format and approach as Beatrix Potter’s Gardening Life,
a bestseller with 40,000 copies in print

978-1-60469-363-8, 689363,
$24.95 US/ $33.95 CAN

978-1-60469-271-6, 689271
$14.95 US/$19.95 CAN
FALL 2015

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9

NEW RELEASES

The Art of
Gardening

Design Inspiration and Innovative
Planting Techniques from Chanticleer
THE CHANTICLEER GARDENERS AND R. WILLIAM THOMAS
PHOTOGRAPHS BY ROB CARDILLO
Chanticleer is a 37-acre, internationally acclaimed public garden
in Pennsylvania. It is renowned for its enchanting beauty and for
encouraging experimentation and rule breaking by its gardening
staff. It is a true gardener’s garden, whose mission is to bring joy
to those who visit.
The Art of Gardening reveals the practices that make Chanticleer
so outstanding and offers gardeners advice and inspiration for
incorporating the principles at home. First, readers learn the
key elements of Chanticleer’s design: making the most of a
landscape’s natural features, integrating structures in the garden,
creating themes to tie areas together, and making changes over
time. A section devoted to plants includes tips on picking the
right ones for specific purposes and unexpected suggestions for
trees, shrubs, vines, perennials, annuals, grasses, and edible plants.
Featuring superb photographs by Rob Cardillo, this inspiring
and practical book helps gardeners integrate the magic of
Chanticleer into their own landscape.

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SEPTEMBER 2015

Paper Over Board; 73/8 x 11
336 pages; full color throughout
$34.95 US/ $46.95 CAN/ £25.00
ISBN: 978-1-60469-544-1
Product No: 689544

R. WILLIAM THOMAS is the executive director of the Chanticleer
Foundation. Thomas came to Chanticleer after a 26-year career
at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, where he
worked in various roles in horticulture, design, and education.
CHANTICLEER has been called the most romantic, imaginative,
and exciting public garden in America. The garden is a study of
textures and forms, where foliage trumps flowers, the gardeners
lead the design, and even the drinking fountains are sculptural.

Unique planting ideas

Innovative design lessons

Hundreds of inspiring photographs

Backlist Highlights
•C 
hanticleer receives more than 40,000 visitors each year
and has been featured in national media including the New
York Times, Sunset, and Martha Stewart Living
•R 
eaders will learn how to incorporate design lessons from
this extraordinary public garden into their own gardens
•F 
eatures enchanting photographs by award-winning photographer
Rob Cardillo, the photographer of the bestselling book The
Layered Garden

978-1-60469-236-5, 689236,
$34.95 US/$46.95 CAN

978-0-88192-877-8, 682877
$34.95 US/$46.95 CAN

NEW RELEASES

Seeing
Seeds

A Journey into the World of
Seedheads, Pods, and Fruit
PHOTOGRAPHS BY ROBERT LLEWELLYN
WRITTEN BY TERI DUNN CHACE
Seeing Seeds is an eye-opening glimpse into the complexities
and quirks of plant life and its drive to reproduce and ensure its
own continuation. Told through the breathtaking photographs
of award-winning photographer Robert Llewellyn and the
intriguing narrative of Teri Dunn Chace, it is an intimate look
into the fascinating world of 100 seeds, seedheads, pods, and
fruits.
This dazzling book answers questions we all have: What is a
seed? What is inside a seed? How does it all work? It also allows
the reader to discover the extraordinary beauty of seeds. For the
first time, readers will see a horsetail spore dancing to a new
place to grow, a cedar cone hoarding its winged seeds, and an
okra catapulting its ripe seeds across the garden.
Seeing Seeds is a visual feast for gardeners, nature lovers,
photography fans, and anyone interested in the secret lives
of seeds.

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AUGUST 2015

Hardcover; 8½ x 10
288 pages; full color throughout
$29.95 US/ $39.95 CAN/ £20.00
ISBN: 978-1-60469-492-5
Product No: 689492

ROBERT LLEWELLYN has been photographing
trees and landscapes for more than 40 years.
His photographs have been featured in major
art exhibits, and more than 30 books featuring
his photography are in print, including
Seeing Flowers and Seeing Trees. He lives in
Earlysville, Virginia.
TERI DUNN CHACE is the author of How
to Eradicate Invasive Plants, The Anxious
Gardener’s Book of Answers, and Seeing
Flowers. She has also written and edited
extensively for Horticulture, American Gardener,
Backyard Living, and Birds & Blooms. She lives
in upstate New York.

“L lewellyn’s images reflect a depth of detail that until
now, only the best botanical illustrators could approach.”
—The Washington Post

A Must-See Series!

ALSO AVAILABLE

978-1-60469-422-2; 689422
$29.95 US/$39.95 CAN

978-1-60469-219-8; 689219
$29.95 US/$39.95 CAN

• T 
he Seeing series has received stellar
publicity coverage from national sources
like the New York Times, Sunset, and
Martha Stewart Living

978-1-60469-582-3; 689582
$15.00 US/$20.00 CAN

•Llewellyn’s stunning photographs are the
result of a unique technique known as
image stacking, which allows every part
of the picture to be in sharp focus

4-copy counter display

$60.00 US/ $80.00 CAN
978-1-60469-608-0, 689608

•Explores the ecological role of seeds,
the importance of seedheads to wildlife,
and the surprising role of dying plants in
garden design

FALL 2015

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NEW RELEASES

What’s
Wrong
With My
Houseplant?

Save Your Indoor Plants with
100% Organic Solutions
DAVID DEARDORFF AND KATHRYN WADSWORTH
Houseplants add style, clean the air, and bring nature indoors.
But they are often plagued with problems—aphids, mealybugs,
mites, and thrips to name just a few.
What’s Wrong With My Houseplant? shows how to keep indoor
plants healthy by first teaching the reader how to identify
the problem. This hardworking guide is organized in the
helpful style of David Deardorff and Kathryn Wadsworth’s
bestselling What’s Wrong series; it includes plant profiles for 148
plants organized by type, visual keys to the most of common
problems, and the related organic solutions that will lead to a
healthy plant.
This easy-to-navigate book is for anyone who loves and has
struggled with their indoor plants—it will turn even the
brownest thumbs green!

JANUARY 2016

Paperback; 75/8 x 9¼
304 pages; full color throughout
$24.95 US/ $33.95 CAN/ £16.99
ISBN: 978-1-60469-590-8
Product No: 689590

ALSO AVAILABLE IN
PAPER OVER BOARD:
$34.95 US/ $46.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-60469-633-2
Product No: 689633

DAVID DEARDORFF is a botanist and expert plant
pathologist. He earned his PhD in botany from the
University of Washington. He coordinated plant
pathology research at the University of Hawaii and
served as faculty advisor to the Master Gardener
Program at Washington State University.
KATHRYN WADSWORTH is a writer, photographer,
and naturalist, who enjoys sharing the wonders of
the natural world with others. Currently, she can
be found presenting workshops around the United
States on a wide variety of topics, from gardening
to ecology.

Backlist Highlights
• This bestselling series has a combined 89,000 copies in print
•H 
ouseplants are more popular than ever and are considered an
important element of a well-designed home
• Includes advice for palms, flowering and foliage plants, vines,
ferns, orchids and bromeliads, cacti and succulents, and herbs
• Consumers are turning to organic solutions more than ever before
978-0-88192-961-4, 682961
$24.95 US/ $33.95 CAN
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978-1-60469-184-9, 689184
$24.95 US/ $33.95 CAN

NEW RELEASES

Plants
with Style

A Plantsman’s Choices for a
Vibrant, 21st-Century Garden
KELLY NORRIS
Kelly Norris is a passionate advocate for gardening, and he wants
everyone to experience the joy of planting a great garden. And
the bedrock of every great garden is an amazing array of plants.
In Plants with Style, Norris celebrates a handpicked selection of
fresh, eclectic plants that are perfect additions to the modern
garden. The plants were chosen for their beauty, their ability
to thrive in a home landscape, and because they deserve wider
recognition. The book begins with an overview of the plants
that provide a garden’s structure—trees, shrubs, climbers, and
groundcovers. It then moves on to explore plants that provide
seasonal interest, color, contrast, foliage, and personality. Norris
shares growing information and design tips throughout.
Filled with inspiring color photographs and brimming with
enthusiasm, Plants With Style is a perfect match for styleconscious home gardeners looking for trustworthy suggestions
for perfectly chic plants.

DECEMBER 2015

Paperback with flaps; 7½ x 9
256 pages; full color throughout
$24.95 US/ $33.95 CAN/ £15.00
ISBN: 978-1-60469-401-7
Product No: 689401

KELLY NORRIS is a horticulturist, plant
breeder, and plantsman who lives in Bedford,
Iowa. He and his family own Rainbow Iris
Farm, and he is currently the horticultural
manager at the Greater Des Moines Botanical
Garden. As a speaker he has garnered
national acclaim for his presentations of
information and personal stories that share
his love and knowledge of horticulture.

Backlist Highlights
•P 
rofiles of new and classic garden plants include growing and
maintenance tips
• Inspiring photographs of successful garden designs from around
the country offer inspiration
•K 
elly Norris is one of the gardening world’s up-and-coming stars;
the New York Times recently referred to him as one of “botany’s
new boys”
978-1-60469-477-2, 689477
$35.00 US/$47.00 CAN

978-1-60469-210-5, 689210
$24.95 US/$33.95 CAN
FALL 2015

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NEW RELEASES

The Herbal
Apothecary
100 Medicinal Herbs
and How to Use Them
JJ PURSELL
PHOTOGRAPHS BY SHAWN LINEHAN
More people than ever before are taking control of their own
health and turning to natural remedies for everything from the
common cold to insomnia. But how do they find trustworthy
advice?
The Herbal Apothecary by board-certified naturopath JJ Pursell
is an accessible, hands-on resource for herbal enthusiasts.
The book’s holistic approach covers the entire process
from identification to prescription. An A-to-Z of 100 herbs
highlights each plant’s medicinal uses. Herbal treatments are
organized by condition and include common problems like
acne, inflammation, and stress. And a section devoted to basic
formulations includes step-by-step instructions for making
capsules, oils, poultices, salves, syrups, teas, tinctures,
and vinegars.
This comprehensive, accessible, and beautifully packaged guide
is for enthusiasts looking for more detail, people new to the
practice seeking solid advice, and anyone interested in taking
ownership over their health.

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DECEMBER 2015

Paperback; 7 x 9
312 pages; full color throughout
$24.95 US/ $33.95 CAN/ £15.00
ISBN: 978-1-60469-567-0
Product No: 689567
ALSO AVAILABLE IN PAPER OVER BOARD:
$34.95 US/ $46.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-60469-662-2
Product No: 689662

JJ PURSELL is a board certified naturopathic
physician and licensed acupuncturist who has
worked with medicinal herbs for more than
20 years. Her business The Herb Shoppe sells
herbs and herbal formulations and has locations
in Portland, Oregon, and Brooklyn, New York.
She has been featured in Portland Monthly, Gardenista, Kale and
Coriander, The Portland Healing Project, and Poppyswap.

Achieve health and well-being
with 100 medicinal herbs

Step-by-step instructions
for medicine making

Treatments for the most
common health concerns

Backlist Highlights
•C 
overs the full spectrum of medicinal herbs—from growing
them at home to making herbal formulations for teas, tinctures,
compresses, and salves
•T 
he World Health Organization estimates that 80 percent of people
regularly use some type of herbal remedy; sales of books on herbal
medicine reflect this trend and grow each year
•N 
atural remedies are a hot media topic during the winter flu
and cold season

978-1-60469-221-1, 689221
$27.95 US/$37.95 CAN

978-0-88192-602-6, 682602
$49.95 US/$66.95 CAN

NEW RELEASES

The
Culinary
Herbal
Growing & Preserving
97 Flavorful Herbs

SUSAN BELSINGER AND ARTHUR O. TUCKER
PHOTOGRAPHS BY SHAWN LINEHAN
Good cooks know that when it comes to herbs, there is nothing
better than those that are clipped fresh from the garden. The
Culinary Herbal, by herb experts Susan Belsinger and Arthur
O. Tucker, highlights 97 delicious varieties—like black cumin,
fenugreek, lemon balm, and sassafras—that every food lover will
want to add to their kitchen garden.
In this gorgeously photographed guide, home cooks will learn
which herbs offer the most flavor, how to grow them at home, and
how to put them to use. Plant profiles are organized alphabetically
by herb type and include basic growing information, flavor notes,
and culinary uses. Additional information includes step-by-step
instructions for harvesting, preserving, and storing, along with
techniques for making pastes, syrups, vinegars, and butters.
The Culinary Herbal is a must-have reference for the gardener
who loves to cook and the cook who loves to garden.

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JANUARY 2016

Paper Over Board; 7 x 9
288 pages; full color throughout
$27.50 US/ $36.50 CAN/ £17.00
ISBN: 978-1-60469-519-9
Product No: 689519

ARTHUR O. TUCKER is a botanist
specializing in the identification
and chemistry of plants of flavor,
fragrance, and medicine. He
is the research professor and
director of the Claude E. Phillips
Herbarium.
SUSAN BELSINGER is a culinary herbalist, food writer, and
photographer whose articles and photographs have been published
in many national magazines and newspapers. She travels
extensively, giving lectures and demonstrations on subjects
pertaining to gardening and cooking with herbs.

Techniques for harvesting
and preservation

The flavor, cultivation,
and uses of 97 herbs

Tips on making pastes,
syrups, and butters

Backlist Highlights
• Flavor profiles and growing information for 97 herb varieties
•T 
ips on harvesting and storing, and techniques specifically
for making pastes, syrups, vinegars, and butters

T H E E NC YC L OPE DI A

of

HERBS

• The perfect companion to a gardener’s favorite cookbook

A Comprehensive
Reference to Herbs of
Flavor and Fragrance
A RT H U R O. T UC K E R
and
T HOM A S DE B AG G IO

978-0-88192-994-2, 682994
$39.95 US/$53.95 CAN

978-0-88192-956-0, 682956
$22.95 US/$30.95 CAN

NEW RELEASES

The Field
Guide to
Peppers

DECEMBER 2015

Paperback; 6½ x 9
248 pages; full color throughout
$24.95 US/ $33.95 CAN/ £15.00
ISBN: 978-1-60469-588-5
Product No: 689588

DAVE DEWITT AND JANIE LAMSON

Pepper fanatics are always on the hunt for more information on
their favorite, feisty plant. This new book by Dave DeWitt—the
Pope of Peppers—and Janie Lamson—the Capsicum Queen—has
just what they’re looking for.
The Field Guide to Peppers is an information-packed identification
guide to 400 pepper varieties. It is organized by type of chile
and includes popular varieties like ancho, bell, cayenne, cherry,
jalapeno, pasilla, pepperoncini, serrano, wax, and more.
Plant profiles feature all the details a pepperhead needs to know:
common name, origin, source, pod length and width, plant height,
color, harvest, and heat level, ranging from sweet to super hot.
Each profile has a color photograph of the pepper and an extensive
resource section includes tips on where to buy the best varieties.

DAVE DEWITT has written more than 30 books on
peppers. Chair of the board of the New Mexico Farm
& Ranch Heritage Museum, DeWitt is an adjunct
associate professor at New Mexico State University.
His media company, Sunbelt Shows, Inc., produces
the annual National Fiery Foods & Barbecue Show.
JANIE LAMSON is the owner of Cross Country
Nurseries in New Jersey and of the website
ChilePlants.com. She’s grown more than 500
varieties of pepper plants.

Backlist Highlights
•P 
rofiles for more than 400 pepper varieties include information on
size, color, flavor, and heat scale
•E 
ach summer there are hundreds of festivals dedicated to peppers
and pepper-related merchandise fills gift shops from Father’s Day
through the end of summer
•D 
ave DeWitt is regularly featured as a pepper expert in national
magazines, daily newspapers, and on television

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978-1-60469-580-9, 689580
$19.95 US/ $26.95 CAN

978-1-60469-547-2, 689547
$19.95 US/ $26.95 CAN

NEW RELEASES

The Timber Press Guide to Vegetable
Gardening in Southern California
GERI MILLER
The Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in Southern California is the ultimate
beginner’s guide to growing food in the southern part of the Golden State, from San
Diego to San Louis Obispo. It includes a list of the top 50 edibles for the area and
a section on garden planning. It also breaks out tasks and information in a monthby-month format and provides home gardeners with everything they need to have a
successful food garden.
DECEMBER 2015

Paperback; 7½ x 9
232 pages; b/w illustrations throughout
$19.95 US/ $26.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-60469-561-8
Product No: 689561
6-COPY COUNTER DISPLAY
$119.70 US/$161.70 CAN
978-1-60469-684-4, 689684

GERI MILLER is the founder of Home Grown Edible Landscapes, where
she oversees the execution of edible and native plant landscapes for both
commercial and private properties. She is a certified master gardener and a
member of the National Gardening Association, the California Native Plant
Society, and the Theodore Payne Foundation. She contributes regularly to
the Huffington Post and maintains the popular blog GroEdible.

The Timber Press Guide to Vegetable
Gardening in the Midwest
MICHAEL VANDERBRUG
The Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in the Midwest is a complete, musthave guide to growing edible plants in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan,
Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.
The profiles for the top 50 edibles, tips on garden design and planning, and monthly
tasks and to-do lists provide home gardeners with everything they need to have a
bountiful and rewarding food garden.

DECEMBER 2015

Paperback; 7½ x 9
256 pages; b/w illustrations throughout
$19.95 US/ $26.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-60469-552-6
Product No: 689552

MICHAEL VANDERBRUG began vegetable farming in 2001 on 50 acres of
his grandfather’s farm in Jenison, Michigan. VanderBrug has also worked
with several restaurants to design and install chef’s gardens, and he
consulted with Blandford Nature Center to help them start their own farm.
He is also the owner of the popular farm-to-table restaurant Trillium Haven
Restaurant in Grand Rapids.

6-COPY COUNTER DISPLAY
$119.70 US/$161.70 CAN
978-1-60469-685-1, 689685

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NEW RELEASES

The
Inspired
Landscape

Twenty-One Extraordinary
Landscape Architects
Explore the Creative Process
SUSAN COHEN
Landscape architects have been trained to see the possibilities
of a specific site, but the best landscape architects are also
artists who use their skills and imaginations to create
something new. And like all artists, they must begin with a
creative spark.
The Inspired Landscape explores and illustrates the sources of
inspiration that 21 outstanding landscape architects used in
their most successful projects. Like the work of Sheila Brady,
who used a wood sculpture as inspiration for the abstract shape
of a large pond in the New York Botanical Garden’s Native
Plant Garden. And Cornelia Oberlander, who found the vision
for the form of a Vancouver green roof in a photograph of a
gently undulating orchid leaf.
Lushly illustrated with original sketches, plans, and
photographs and packed with international examples, this is a
must have for professionals, students, and anyone interested in
the story behind a work of art.

OCTOBER 2015

Paper Over Board; 8½ x 10
284 pages; full color throughout
$50.00 US/ $67.00 CAN/ £35.00
ISBN: 978-1-60469-439-0
Product No: 689439

SUSAN COHEN is a licensed landscape architect
and fellow of the American Society of Landscape
Architects. A graduate of Smith College, Cohen
received her professional degree in landscape
architecture from the City College of New
York and has taught courses at the New York
Botanical Garden, where she coordinates the Landscape Design
Program and serves as a member of the board of advisors. In 1998
she founded the New York Botanical Garden’s celebrated Landscape
Design Portfolio Lecture Series to introduce outstanding landscape
architects from around the world to an enthusiastic audience.

Backlist Highlights
•A 
n in-depth look at the sources of inspiration used by famous
landscape architects
•F 
eatures big names like Laurie Olin, Tom Stuart-Smith,
Mikyoung Kim, and Thomas Woltz
•H 
ighlights well-known projects like Chicago’s Crown Sky Garden
and the Fulton Ferry Landing in Brooklyn
978-0-88192-973-7, 682973
$39.95 US/$53.95 CAN
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978-1-60469-386-7, 689386
$34.95 US/$46.95 CAN

NEW RELEASES

Planting
in a PostWild World

Designing Plant Communities
for Resilient Landscapes
THOMAS RAINER AND CLAUDIA WEST
We have driven nature out of our cities, but we can invite it
back in by designing landscapes that look and function more
like they do in the wild. The solution lies in understanding
plantings as communities of compatible species that cover the
ground in interlocking layers.
Planting in a Post-Wild World is an optimistic call to action
dedicated to the idea of a new nature—a hybrid of both the
wild and the cultivated that can flourish in cities and suburbs.
The authors carefully and thoroughly propose a style of
planting that shows how to incorporate native and nonnative
species. Readers will learn the principles of designed plant
communities, how to find inspiration in the wild, and how to
create and manage a plant community.

SEPTEMBER 2015

Paper Over Board; 8½ x 10
272 pages; full color throughout
$39.95 US/ $53.95 CAN/ £25.00
ISBN: 978-1-60469-553-3
Product No: 689553

THOMAS RAINER is a landscape architect, teacher, and
writer who lives in Arlington, Virginia. He has designed
landscapes for the United States Capitol grounds, the
Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, and the New York,
Botanical Garden. He has been featured in a range of
publications including the New York Times, Landscape Architecture
Magazine, and Home & Design.
CLAUDIA WEST has an extensive background in
horticulture, ecology, and environmental restoration. She
is a consultant for North Creek Nurseries and has also
worked for landscape architects Wolfgang Oehme and
Carol Oppenheimer and for Sylva Native Nursery.

This timely and essential reference is lushly illustrated with
original planting plans and color photography. It will be
required reading for garden and landscape designers, as well as
knowledgeable gardeners.

Backlist Highlights

GARDENING / Garden Design

Doug Tallamy is professor in the Department of
Entomology and Wildlife
Ecology at the University
of Delaware in Newark,
where he has written
more than 80 research
articles and has taught
insect taxonomy, insect
ecology, and behavioral
ecology. Chief among his
research goals is to better understand the many
ways insects interact
with plants and how such
interactions determine
the diversity of animal
communities. Doug won
the Silver Medal from the
Garden Writer’s Association for his book Bringing
Nature Home.

The Living Landscape is the first
collaboration between two of the most
original and far-sighted thinkers in the
realms of science, nature, landscape,
and design. Rick Darke has won an
international reputation both for his
photography and for his subtle and
penetrating writings on the many ways
that humans interact with the landscape.
Doug Tallamy changed the conversation
about gardening with the publication of
his landmark book, Bringing Nature Home,
and continues to write and lecture on
the vital role that native plants play in
sustaining healthy ecosystems.

90000

ISBN 978-1-60469-408-6

•N 
aturalistic planting design is the most current trend in
landscape design

Rick Darke is a landscape
consultant, lecturer, and
photographer who blends
art, ecology, and cultural
geography in the design
and stewardship of living
landscapes. His work
draws on a background in
field botany and ecology
and decades of international exploration
as Longwood Gardens’
Curator of Plants. He has
won numerous awards,
including the Scientific
Award of the American
Horticultural Society. His
books include The Wild
Garden: Expanded Edition, The Encyclopedia of
Grasses for Livable Landscapes, and The American
Woodland Garden. For
further information visit
rickdarke.com.

ardeners want a home landscape that nourishes and
fosters wildlife. But they also want beauty, a space for the
kids to play, privacy, and maybe even a vegetable patch. Sure,
it’s a tall order, but The Living Landscape shows how to do it. By
combining the insights of two outstanding authors, it offers a
model that anyone can follow. Inspired by its examples, you’ll
learn the strategies for making and maintaining a diverse,
layered landscape—one that offers beauty on many levels,
provides outdoor rooms and turf areas for children and pets,
incorporates fragrance and edible plants, and provides cover,
shelter, and sustenance for wildlife. The Living Landscape is
your roadmap to a richer, more satisfying garden.

Jacket photographs by Rick Darke
Jacket design by Patrick Barber
For details on other Timber Press books and to sign up for
our newsletters, please visit our websites, timberpress.com
and timberpress.co.uk.

EAN

978-1-60469-370-6, 689370
$39.95 US/$53.95 CAN

RICK DARKE &
DOUG TALLAMY
Principal photography
by Rick Darke

Designing for beauty
and biodiversity in
the home garden

US$39.95

Since the publication of Doug Tallamy’s
Bringing Nature Home and Rick Darke’s The
American Woodland Garden, many of us have
come to realize the importance of native
plants in sustaining wildlife and are adding
more natives to our gardens. Yet it can be a
challenge to make a garden that is friendly
both to wildlife and to its human creators.
Can a garden truly accomplish all this?
As The Living Landscape shows, you can
indeed have it all: a beautiful garden that
nurtures wildlife; provides spaces for play,
meals, and entertaining; offers shelter and
food; incorporates well-behaved nonnative
plants; and deepens your appreciation of the
amazing interconnections between plants,
animals, insects, birds, and humans.
So, how do you do this? By adding or
enriching the various “layers” that exist in
healthy, functioning ecosystems: groundcovers, perennials, shrubs, understory trees,
and canopy trees. The authors explain the
importance of each layer and show how
it works in the garden. The many examples they provide will inspire you to create
a home landscape that is diverse, visually
satisfying, and sustaining on many levels.
Richly illustrated with superb photographs
and informed by both a keen eye for design
and an understanding of how healthy ecologies work, The Living Landscape will enable
you to create a garden that is full of life and
that fulfills both human needs and the needs
of wildlife communities.

9 781604 694086

•P 
rovides plant suggestions and design plans for creating plant
communities that emulate nature

Jon Baldivieso

Ralph Vituccio

G

DARKE & TALLAMY THE LIVING LANDSCAPE

•T 
he New York Times profiled Rainer’s home garden in November
2013 and he authors the influential blog Grounded Design

£25.00

978-1-60469-408-6, 689408
$39.95 US/$53.95 CAN
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NEW RELEASES

The Manual
of Interior
Plantscaping

A Guide to Design, Installation,
and Maintenance
KATHY FEDIW
Interior plantscaping is the business of designing, growing,
and maintaining plants in an indoor environment. It combines
horticulture, interior design, and landscape architecture and
uses plants to set a mood, direct foot traffic, and enhance
architectural features.
The Manual of Interior Plantscaping, by industry expert Kathy
Fediw, shows professionals how to design different types of
interior plantscapes—from atriums, indoor gardens, and green
walls to potted office plants, dish gardens, and terrariums. It
includes basic design principles; tips on choosing the right
plants; design guidelines for potted plants, interior gardens,
green walls, and vertical gardens; and information on watering,
pruning, grooming, and pests. A plant palette features profiles
of the 60 best foliage and blooming plants for indoor use.
The Manual of Interior Plantscaping is a must have for people
looking to excel in this field.

DECEMBER 2015

Paper Over Board; 7½ x 9¼
296 pages; full color throughout
$49.95 US/ $66.95 CAN/ £35.00
ISBN: 978-1-60469-557-1
Product No: 689557

KATHY FEDIW is an internationally known
interior plantscape consultant, author, and
speaker with over 30 years of experience.
She is LEED certified and has written Green
Plant Care Tips for Techs as well as a series of
training manuals and numerous online courses
and articles. Fediw developed the Green Earth—Green Plants
certification program and teaches eco-friendly horticultural practices
and designs worldwide. She lives in the greater Houston area.

Backlist Highlights
•F 
eatures basic design principles, care for indoor plants, and
profiles of the 60 best plants for interior spaces
•K 
athy Fediw is an internationally known interior plantscape
consultant, author, and speaker with over 30 years of experience
• Practical, inspiring, and the only book on the topic
978-1-60469-442-0, 689442
$45.00 US/ $60.00 CAN
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978-1-60469-312-6, 689312
$39.95 US/$53.95 CAN

NEW RELEASES

Cultivating
Chaos

How to Enrich Landscapes
with Self-Seeding Plants
JONAS REIF, CHRISTIAN KRESS, AND JÜRGEN BECKER 
Self-seeding plants are a key part of naturalistic gardens, one
of the leading landscape design trends made popular by Piet
Oudolf, Noel Kingsbury, and Thomas Rainer. But they can be
difficult to manage and when left to their own devices they can
quickly spiral out of control. Maintaining the balance of plants
and developing the structure of the garden are important.
Taking inspiration from the gardens of Christopher Lloyd,
Derek Jarman, and Henk Gerritsen, Cultivating Chaos teaches
designers how to create beautiful, species-rich gardens. It offers
advice on how to add discipline without losing the charming
informality of the plants. It also includes tips on improving
soil to maximize the chance of germination, advice on the best
plants to start with, and lists of plants for different sites and
conditions.
Cultivating Chaos is a lushly photographed and timely reference
for students and professionals in the fields of garden and
landscape design.

AUGUST 2015

Paper Over Board; 9½ x 9½
192 pages; full color throughout
$40.00 US/ $54.00 CAN/ £25.00
ISBN: 978-1-60469-652-3
Product No: 689652

JONAS REIF is an experimental landscape designer who designs
vibrant, varied plantings for both private gardens and city parks.
CHRISTIAN KRESS is the owner of the nursery Sarastro Perennials
in Austria, which is one of the most important perennials nurseries
in central Europe.
JÜRGEN BECKER is a successful, international garden
photographer. He trained at the Academy of Art in Düsseldorf and
has won Garden Media Guild awards for his work.

Backlist Highlights
• Self-seeding plants are an essential element of naturalistic style
• This style of design is the biggest trend in landscape architecture
•U 
ses examples of iconic gardens from around the world to help
illustrate and inspire

978-1-60469-334-8, 689334
$24.95 US/$33.95 CAN

978-1-60469-238-9, 689238
$24.95 US/$33.95 CAN
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NEW RELEASES

The Dictionary
of Science for
Gardeners
6000 Scientific Terms
Explored and Explained
MICHAEL ALLABY
Climate change, ecology, native plants, pollination, and
organic soil are just a few examples of where gardening meets
science. These topics are regularly written about in gardening
books and magazines that feature scientific terms that may be
unfamiliar and intimidating to readers.
The Dictionary of Science for Gardeners defines more than
6,000 scientific words that relate to gardening. It includes
terms from 16 diverse fields of study, including geography,
entomology, zoology, climatology, and ecology. The language
is straightforward and accessible to the lay reader with helpful
black and white illustrations when necessary. Readers will learn
the meaning of words from abaptation (the ability of a species
to prosper in a particular environment) to zygote (the fertilized
ovum of a plant or animal) and everything in between.
The Dictionary of Science for Gardeners is an essential reference
for advanced gardeners, horticultural students, and professionals.

AUGUST 2015

Paper Over Board; 7 x 9
556 pages; b/w illustrations throughout
$39.95 US/ $53.95 CAN/ £25.00
ISBN: 978-1-60469-483-3
Product No: 689483

MICHAEL ALLABY is an award-winning science
writer. His Plants and Plant Life won the
Booklist Editors Choice in 2001. He is editor of
four science dictionaries for Oxford University
Press. He lives in the United Kingdom.

Backlist Highlights
• Helpful definitions from a variety of scientific fields
• Includes black and white illustrations throughout
•P 
art of the Timber Press Science for Gardeners series—books that
make scientific concepts accessible to home gardeners
978-1-60469-554-0, 689554
$29.95 US/$39.95 CAN
20

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978-1-60469-338-6, 689338
$19.95 US/$26.95 CAN

NEW RELEASES

Carnivorous
Plants

How to Garden with These
Extraordinary Botanicals
NIGEL HEWITT-COOPER
Once known only to collectors, adolescent boys, and fans of the
cult film The Little Shop of Horrors, carnivorous plants—plants
that eat bugs and small rodents for food—are poised to be
the next big trend. Commonly sold alongside succulents and
air plants, they provide striking architectural style and can be
grown indoors and in gardens.
Carnivorous Plants by Nigel Hewitt-Cooper is an accessible,
smartly designed guide to growing this unusual group
of plants. It offers a general introduction to the world of
carnivorous plants, and growing and cultivation information
for commonly available and easily grown varieties. HewittCooper provides advice on where to grow the plants; yearround care, cultivation, and maintenance; and a directory of
the best carnivorous plants for home gardeners.
Carnivorous Plants is for fans and collectors of these otherworldly
plants and those curious about trying something new.

FEBRUARY 2016

Paper Over Board; 8 x 9
224 pages; full color throughout
$29.95 US/ $39.95 CAN/ £18.00
ISBN: 978-1-60469-579-3
Product No: 689579

NIGEL HEWITT-COOPER’S fascination with plants
that trap animals began at a young age, and his
botanical journey of over 30 years has taken him
from his first venus fly trap at the age of seven, to a
Chelsea Flower Show gold medalist. He started his
nursery, Hewitt-Cooper Carnivorous Plants, in 1997. He is also the
national collection holder for the sundews, drosera.

Backlist Highlights
•C 
arnivorous plants are more popular than ever; they are sold
alongside air plants and succulents and have been featured on
design-savvy sites like The Horticult and Gardenista
•S 
hows gardeners how to successfully use carnivorous plants in
a home garden setting
• Includes ideas for using the plants in containers, displays, and
terrariums
978-1-60469-560-1, 689560
$24.95 US/$33.95 CAN

978-1-60469-489-5, 689489
$19.95 US/$26.95 CAN
FALL 2015

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NEW RELEASES

Wildf lowers
of New
England

A Timber Press Field Guide

FEBRUARY 2016

Flexibind; 5¾ x 8¼
462 pages; full color throughout
$27.95 US/ $37.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-60469-464-2
Product No: 689464

TED ELLIMAN AND
THE NEW ENGLAND WILD FLOWER SOCIETY
The Timber Press Field Guide series originally focused on the
wildflowers, insects, mushrooms, and wildlife of the Pacific
Northwest. We’re now expanding this successful series to the
rest of the United States.
In Wildflowers of New England, Ted Elliman, a plant ecologist for
the New England Wild Flower Society, describes and illustrates
more than 900 species commonly encountered in Maine,
Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island, and
Connecticut. This comprehensive guide includes perennials,
annuals, and bulbs, both native and naturalized. Organized
first by flower color and then by petal shape, this helpful
guide boasts thousands of color photographs. Introductory
information includes an explanation of plant parts, keys to the
plants, and information on plant names.
Wildflowers of New England is for hikers, naturalists, gardeners,
and anyone wishing to learn more about the region’s diverse
wildflowers.

TED ELLIMAN is a plant ecologist for the New
England Wild Flower Society in Framingham,
Massachusetts. Previously, he worked as an
ecologist for the National Park Service and has
written numerous articles on botanical subjects for
conservation organizations, scientific journals, and
state and federal environmental agencies.
THE NEW ENGLAND WILD FLOWER SOCIETY is the nation’s
oldest plant conservation organization and a recognized leader in
native plant conservation, horticulture, and education. The society’s
headquarters, Garden in the Woods, is a renowned native plant
botanic garden in Framingham, Massachusetts, that attracts visitors
from all over the world.

Backlist Highlights
• Successful series with more than 80,000 combined copies in print
•P 
rofiles of 989 species include clear, concise descriptions,
detailed photographs, and a range map
•P 
ublished with support from the New England Wild Flower
Society, a leading name in conservation with more than 4,500
active members

Northeast

Foraging
120 wild and �avorful
edibles from beach plums
to wineberries

Leda Meredith

“A book that wild food
gatherers of all skill levels
will want to own.”
—Sam Thayer, author of The Forager’s
Harvest and Nature’s Garden

978-1-60469-417-8, 689417
$24.95 US/$33.95 CAN
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978-1-60469-421-5, 689421
$19.95 US/$26.95 CAN

New & Notable

Tovah Martin’s handpicked selection
of tough and beautiful indoor plants.
SHIPS JUNE 24
978-1-60469-501-4; 689501; $22.95 US/ $30.95 CAN

SHIPS APRIL 15
978-1-60469-338-6; 689338; $19.95 US/ $26.95 CAN

Step-by-step projects that help turn
an outdoor space from grey to great.
SHIPS JULY 8
978-1-60469-539-7; 689539; $19.95 US/ $26.95 CAN

SHIPS MAY 13
978-1-60469-554-0; 689554; $29.95 US/ $39.95 CAN

SHIPS JULY 22
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HERBS AND EDIBLES

PLANT PROBLEMS SOLVED!
BEST
SELLER

BEST
SELLER

What’s Wrong With My Plant?
(And How Do I Fix It?)

What’s Wrong With
My Vegetable Garden?

A visual guide to easy diagnosis
and organic remedies
DAVID DEARDORFF &
KATHRYN WADSWORTH

100% organic solutions for all your
vegetables, from artichoke to zucchini
DAVID DEARDORFF & KATHRYN WADSWORTH

This helpful guide provides an easy system
for visually diagnosing any plant problem and
matching it to the right, completely organic
cure.
paperback, 75/8 x 91/4"
452 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-961-4
Product No. 682961

What’s Wrong With My Fruit Garden?

Deardorff and Wadsworth teach gardeners
how to identify the plant problem, and offers
the organic solution. Includes detailed growing
information for 45 edible plants.
paperback, 7 5/8 x 9¼"
252 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-184-9
Product No. 689184

100% organic solutions for berries,
trees, nuts, vines, and tropicals
DAVID DEARDORFF & KATHRYN WADSWORTH

Clear photographs help gardeners diagnose
specific problems, and accompanying charts
point to the appropriate, 100% organic
solution. Includes profiles for 37 plants.
paperback, 7 5/8 x 9¼"
300 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-358-4
Product No. 689358
hardcover: $34.95 CAN $46.95
ISBN: 978-1-60469-488-8
Product No. 689488

Garden Writers Association Silver Award
55,000 in print

The Complete Chile Pepper Book

The Organic Backyard Vineyard

Fruit Trees in Small Spaces

The Edible Front Yard

A gardener’s guide to choosing, growing,
preserving, and cooking
DAVE DEWITT & PAUL W. BOSLAND

A step-by-step guide to growing your own grapes
TOM POWERS

Abundant harvests from your own backyard
COLBY EIERMAN

The mow-less, grow-more plan for a
beautiful, bountiful garden

This illustrated handbook shows how
to design and build a vineyard, select
grapes for each region, and maximize
yield using organic maintenance
techniques.

Eierman shows gardeners how to
select, prune, train, and maintain fruit
trees and offers inspiring design ideas
for small spaces and creative recipes.

Dewitt and Bosland profile 100 popular varieties and include information
on growing, harvesting, and preservation. Includes 85 recipes for appetizers, main dishes, and desserts.
paperback, 8½ x 8½"
336 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-1-60469-580-9
Product No. 689580
eISBN: 978-1-60469-139-9
hardcover: $29.95 CAN$39.95
ISBN: 978-0-88192-920-1
Product No. 682920

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paperback, 8 x 9"
176 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-285-3
Product No. 689285
eISBN: 978-1-60469-407-9

paperback, 8 x 9"
264 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-190-0
Product No. 689190
eISBN: 978-1-60469-391-1

IVETTE SOLER

This groundbreaking book shows
how to combine edibles and
ornamentals into a beautiful,
productive front garden. Includes
design advice, plant picks, and
maintenance.
paperback, 8½ x 10"
216 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-199-3
Product No. 689199
eISBN: 978-1-60469-290-7

HERBS AND EDIBLES

BEST
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SMALL-SPACE

VEGETABLE
GARDENS
ANDREA BELLAMY

Growing Great Edibles in Containers,
Raised Beds, and Small Plots

NEW

NEW

If I could recommend one book
for small-space vegetable
gardening, this would be it.
Andrea Bellamy nailed it!

NEW

JOE LAMP’L
host, award-winning PBS TV series,
Growing a Greener World

Start a Community Food Garden
The essential handbook
LAMANDA JOY

Joy covers every step of launching
a successful community garden:
fundraising, organizing, site sourcing,
design, planning, finding and
managing volunteers, and the basics
of growing fruits and vegetables.
paperback, 8 x 10"
224 pp, two color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-484-0
Product No. 689484
eISBN: 978-1-60469-668-4

Homegrown Berries

Small-Space Vegetable Gardens

Successfully grow your own strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, and more
A TIMBER PRESS GROWING GUIDE

Growing great edibles in containers,
raised beds, and small plots
ANDREA BELLAMY

Includes information on site selection,
soil preparation, disease prevention,
design, and pruning, in addition
to profiles of the best strawberries,
blackberries, blueberries, and more.

Bellamy shows readers how to find
space, how to plan and build a
garden, and how to sow, grow, and
harvest the top 60 edibles for small
spaces.

This information-packed guide
shows vegetable gardeners how to
implement permaculture principles
with tips on building healthy soil,
creating a food garden, and more.

paperback, 8 x 9"
208 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-317-1
Product No. 689317
eISBN: 978-1-60469-673-8

paperback, 8 x 9"
232 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-547-2
Product No. 689547

paperback, 8½ x 10"
268 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-270-9
Product No. 689270
eISBN: 978-1-60469-540-3

The Vegetable Gardener's
Guide to Permaculture
Creating an edible ecosystem
CHRISTOPHER SHEIN

Publishers Weekly Best Book fo 2014

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T H E E NC YC L OPE DI A

of

HERBS
A Comprehensive
Reference to Herbs of
Flavor and Fragrance
A RT H U R O. T UC K E R
and
T HOM A S DE B AG G IO

The Lavender Lover’s Handbook

The Encyclopedia of Herbs

The Kitchen Gardener’s Handbook

Designing the New Kitchen Garden

The 100 most beautiful and fragrant varieties
for growing, crafting, and cooking

A comprehensive reference to herbs
of flavor and fragrance

An American potager handbook

SARAH BERRINGER BADER

ARTHUR O. TUCKER & THOMAS DEBAGGIO

Design plans, seasonal checklists, fresh
recipes, plant profiles & growing tips, flowers
for the table

Bader highlights 100 stunning
lavender varieties, with information
on color, fragrance, and pruning.
Includes harvesting, cooking, and
crafting with lavender.

A comprehensive approach to
every aspect of growing, identifying,
harvesting, preserving, and using
more than 500 species of herbs.

hardcover, 7½ x 9"
192 pp, full color throughout
$27.95 CAN$37.95 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-221-1
Product No. 689221
eISBN: 978-1-60469-399-7 
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

hardcover, 7 x 9"
604 pp, line drawings throughout
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-994-2
Product No. 682994
eISBN: 978-1-60469-134-4
Library Journal’s Best Reference Award

JENNIFER R. BARTLEY

Home gardeners will learn how to plant,
grow, and harvest the best vegetables
each season. Includes recipes, monthly
garden chores, and eight garden
designs.
paperback, 8½ x 10"
225 pp, full color throughout
$22.95 CAN$30.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-956-0
Product No. 682956
eISBN: 978-1-60469-273-0

JENNIFER R. BARTLEY

Bartley shows home gardeners how
to adapt the traditional features
of a classic kitchen garden for
contemporary needs and conditions.
hardcover, 8½ x 10"
222 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-772-6
Product No. 682772 

election of the GoodCook
S
and HomeStyle Book Clubs

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HERBS AND EDIBLES

The Complete Book of Potatoes

BEST
SELLER

WHAT EVERY GROWER AND GARDENER NEEDS TO KNOW

HIELKE DE JONG
JOSEPH B. SIECZKA
WALTER DE JONG

Apples of North America

The Complete Book of Garlic

Taming the Truffle

The Complete Book of Potatoes

192 exceptional varieties for gardeners,
growers, and cooks

A guide for gardeners, growers,
and serious cooks

The history, lore, and science
of the ultimate mushroom

What every grower and gardener needs to know

TOM BURFORD

TED JORDAN MEREDITH

Profiles of 192 apple varieties include
growing information and tasting notes.
Also includes tips on preserving,
fermenting, and cooking techniques.

This complete reference includes
profiles of nearly 150 cultivars, along
with chapters covering natural history,
taxonomy, cultivation, cuisine, culture,
and curing and storage.

IAN R. HALL, GORDON T. BROWN,
& ALESSANDRA ZAMBONELLI 

hardcover, 8 x 9"
300 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-249-5
Product No. 689249
eISBN: 978-1-60469-555-7

hardcover, 8 x 10"
332 pp, full color throughout
$45.00 CAN$60.00 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-883-9
Product No. 682883

The authors describe commercial
truffles in detail, along with
information on host plants, natural
habitats, cultivation, maintenance,
pests and diseases, and harvesting.
hardcover, 6 x 9"
304 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-860-0
Product No. 682860

American Horticultural
Society Book Award

HIELKE DE JONG, JOSEPH B. SIECZKA, &
WALTER DE JONG

Practical and technical information
about origin, conventional and
organic production techniques, pest
management, and storage practices
rounds out this growing guide.
hardcover, 7 5/8 x 9½"
260 pp, color insert
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-0-88192-999-7
Product No. 682999
eISBN: 978-1-60469-307-2

“Packed with history, information, and wonderful stories,
this timely book will keep you entertained and well fed.”
—BarBara FaircHild, former editor-in-chief, Bon Appetit magazine

The

TM

Heirloom Bean
Grower’S Guide
Steve Sando’S 50 Favorite varieties

The Speedy
Vegetable Garden
MARK DIACONO & LIA LEENDERTZ

This fun guide highlights 50
quick crops, with complete
information on how to sow,
grow, and harvest. Also
includes more than 50
recipes.
paperback, 8 x 8¾"
208 pp, full color throughout
$18.95 CAN$25.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-326-3
Product No. 689326
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The Beginner’s Guide
to Growing Heirloom
Vegetables
The 100 easiest-to-grow, tastiest
vegetables for your garden
MARIE IANNOTTI

Iannotti features detailed
growing information and
flavor profiles for 100
heirloom vegetables and the
stories behind each unique
variety.
paperback, 7½ x 9½"
252 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-188-7
Product No. 689188
eISBN: 978-1-60469-384-3

The Rancho Gordo
Heirloom Bean
Grower’s Guide

Uncommon Fruits
for Every Garden
LEE REICH

BEN-ERIK VAN WYK

Steve Sando’s 50 favorite varieties

A detailed guide to growing
23 unusual fruits at home,
including juneberries,
beach plums, lingonberries,
cornelian cherries, and more.

This comprehensive
reference profiles over 350
food plants, including cereals,
legumes, nuts, seeds, fruits,
vegetables, herbs, sugar
plants, beverages, and
spices.

STEVE SANDO

Sando features 50 heirloom
beans with growing
information and flavor
profiles. Also includes bean
history and botany, along with
15 recipes.
paperback, 7 x 9¼"
180 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-102-3
Product No. 689102
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308 pp, color insert
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-944-7
Product No. 682944
eISBN: 978-1-60469-163-4

Food Plants of the World
An illustrated guide

hardcover, 61/2 x 91/2"
480 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2005
ISBN: 978-0-88192-743-6
Product No. 682743

REGIONAL VEGETABLE GARDENING

Bestselling Regional Vegetable Growing Guides

These regional growing guides, written by
local experts, include month-by-month advice
on sowing, planting, and harvesting, along
with an A­-to-Z reference to the 50 best
vegetables, fruits, and herbs for each locale.
Edibles A to Z

176

Edibles A to Z

Onions
being a challenging

for
Onions have a reputation
a
essentials are actually
crop, but these culinary
the
the right types and use
cinch when you choose
For a year-round kitchen
right timing for our region.
bultypes, like pungent yellow
staple, choose storage
to
easy
wn—but extremely
bing onions and lesser-kno
Crisp
rennial multiplier onions.
grow in our region—pe
touch,
cooking a professional
green onions give your
grow. For a growing guide
and they’re very easy to
onions (i.e., potato onions
for perennial multiplier
chapter; if you plan to
and shallots) see the October
well in
be sure to order bulbs
grow perennial onions,
advance of fall planting.
of
have only a short window
GROWING Bulbing onions
trigheat or lengthening days
time to grow before spring
and start drying down. To
ger the bulbs to stop growing
haptime to grow before this
ensure they have enough
sow onion seeds in the fall
pens, Southeast gardeners
and choose the right varieties
through very early spring,
hours
(SD) types bulb with 10–12
for our latitude. Short Day
of 35ºN. Northern gardenof daylight; grow these south
which bulb with 14–16 hours
ers grow Long Day (LD) types,
grown north of 38ºN. If you’re
of daylight; these are best
like many of us in the Upper
in between these latitudes,
side
that mature on the early
South, choose LD varieties
have
or choose SD varieties. You’ll
(look at the day length),
in fall and keep the seedlings
the best results if you sow
or
greenhouse, cold frame,
growing over winter in the

apart.
sow. Thin to about 3 inches
inches apart if you direct
¼–½ inch deep. Be sure
Cover with fine soil or compost,
are still a little narrower
to transplant when the seedlings
don’t
spring (February). Onions
than a pencil, and by early
weeding this crop. Provide
tolerate weeds, so prioritize
the weeds
mulch helps keep down
ample moisture. Organic
Practice crop rotation of
and keeps in water and nutrients.
diseases.
and
pests
at least three years to control
onions)
(often sold as bunching
Traditional green onions
spring
region in the fall through
only do really well in our
like
are cold). Sow them just
(under cover where winters
trans½ inch apart and thin or
bulbing onions, but at about
bunching
perennial
(Turn to
plant to at least 1 inch apart.
in the hottest months.) Sow
chives for green onion style
and
lots sow once in the fall
for
or
fall,
the
in
once
just
A single sowing can be harvested
again in the early spring.
over an extended period.
crop
onions, pull up the whole
HARVESTING For bulbing
curing and storage. When
in one harvest for the easiest
cure
over, pull up the bulbs and
half of the tops have fallen
under cover with good venthem by hanging or spreading
when
curing
weeks. They’re done
tilation, for two to three
within
dried. Clip off the tops to
the necks have thoroughly

under row cover.
cold
bulbing onion seeds in a
In the Upper South, sow
can
the Lower South, gardeners
frame or greenhouse. In
the
seeds in the garden. Sow
direct sow bulbing onion
or 2
plan to transplant later,
seeds ½ inch apart if you

ed
in mesh bags in a well-ventilat
1 inch of the bulb and store
enough,
whenever the tops are big
place. For green onions,
Pull them up whole.
you can start harvesting.
varieties: Texas Early Grano
VARIETIES Short Day (SD)
the mother of all sweet onions,
(100 days) is often called
sweet
days) is one of the famous
and Granex hybrid (80
varieties: Yellow of Parma
Vidalia types. Long Day (LD)
onion in our 2011 trials, and
(110 days) was the best storage

Red Wethersfield (100

days) was grown by Jefferson

177

at

Monticello.
extra
Purple (60 days) brings
For green onions, Deep
(65
Evergreen Hardy White
color, just on the bottoms.
even in The North.
days) reliably overwinters
by a minimum of 150 feet.
SEED SAVING Isolate varieties
or isolate by ¼–½ mile.
For pure seed, cage plants

Parsnips
root
are hardy, easy-to-grow
Sweet, nutty parsnips
to carrots. Parsnips are
vegetables, closely related
They’re worth the wait.
slow growing, so be patient!
the roots, and they’ll happily
Heavy frosts sweeten
For
harvest.
to
you’re ready
wait in the ground until
locally year round, parsnips
gardeners looking to eat
rediscovering.
are an old staple worth
to two
seeds ½ inch deep, one
GROWING Sow parsnip
the
inches apart, as soon as
seeds per inch, in rows 18
latest.
spring, and by July at the
soil can be worked in the
areas may have better results
Very far-south and coastal
seeds
spring harvest. Soak the
sowing in September for
your
to help germination. When
for 24 hours before sowing
be
should
spacing. Your soil
plants emerge, thin to 4-inch
deeper
rich. The top 10 inches or
well drained and not too
out
free. Don’t let the soil dry
should be loose and clod
, which can take up to three
while the seeds are germinating
crust3–4 inches to prevent soil
weeks. Sow radishes every
mulch will help give even
ing and mark the rows. Liberal

fork to loosen the soil around
HARVESTING Use a garden
parsthem. For the best-tasting
the roots before pulling
plants in
frosts. You can leave the
nips, harvest after a few
layer of
cover them with a thick
the ground all winter, but
before new top growth starts
organic mulch and harvest
in frost-free areas may not
in the spring. Parsnips grown
ed” sweetness. Cut off the
develop the same “frost-touch
as you
top of the root and store
leaves ¼ inch above the
would carrots.
Hollow Crown and Turga
VARIETIES Heirloom varieties
in
for clay soils. Both are ready
both have stout roots good
for either spring or fall sowings.
about 100 days, perfect
of this biennial by ¼ mile
SEED SAVING Isolate varieties
and allow to flower. Harvest
for home use. Overwinter
a
and allow them to dry in
seeds when they are brown
single layer for two weeks.

moisture to the plants.

The Northeast

The Southeast

MARIE IANNOTTI

IRA WALLACE

For gardeners in CT, DE, ME, MA,
NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VT, and the
southernmost parts of Ontario, New
Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Quebec.

For gardeners in AL, AR, FL, GA, KY,
LA, MD, MS, NC, SC, TN, VA, and WV.

paperback, 7½ x 9"
232 pp, two color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-421-5
Product No. 689421
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256 pp, two color throughout
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Product No. 689371
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Product No. 689503

Know
Your Zone

NEW

ell
Grow W
The Pacific Northwest

The Mountain States

The Southwest

LORENE EDWARDS FORKNER

MARY ANN NEWCOMER

TRISHA SHIREY

For gardeners in western OR, WA,
northern CA, and British Columbia.

For gardeners in CO, ID, MT, northern
NV, eastern WA and OR, UT, WY, and
the southernmost parts of Alberta and
Saskatchewan.

For gardeners in AZ, NV, NM, OK, TX,
UT, eastern CA, and southern CO.

paperback, 7½ x 9"
233 pp, two color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-351-5
Product No. 689351
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240 pp, two color throughout
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GARDEN DESIGN

The Essential Garden
Design Workbook
Second edition

The Essential Garden
Maintenance Workbook
ROSEMARY ALEXANDER

ROSEMARY ALEXANDER

Alexander offers a workbookstyle approach to planning
a garden, including how
to survey a site, choose
landscaping materials, and
develop planting schemes.
flexibind, 75/8 x 95/8"
304 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-975-1
Product No. 682975
eISBN: 978-1-60469-143-6

Alexander shows gardeners
how to maintain a garden,
including how to prune,
manage soil, move plants,
cope with weeds,
and more.
flexibind, 75/8 x 95/8"
384 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-783-2
Product No. 682783

45,00 in print

ABOUT

Small-Space Container
Gardens

The Encyclopedia of
Container Plants

Transform your balcony, porch, or
patio with fruits, flowers, foliage,
and herbs

More than 500 outstanding
choices for gardeners

FERN RICHARDSON

Richardson offers practical
and creative design solutions
for container gardening in
a small space with tips on
plant choices, styling, and
maintenance.
paperback, 8½ x 11"
188 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-241-9
Product No. 689241
eISBN: 978-1-60469-389-8

RAY ROGERS & ROB CARDILLO

A complete reference to more
than 500 outstanding container
plants with information on
height and spread, growing
requirements, key design
attributes, and propagation.
hardcover, 81/2 x 11¼"
345 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-962-1
Product No. 682962

Pots in the Garden
Expert design and planting techniques
RAY ROGERS

Explores the basic design
principles of using containers
outdoors, with tips on creating
focal points, using water
features, and more.
hardcover, 8 x 9"
248 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-834-1
Product No. 682834
eISBN: 978-1-60469-165-8
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

Garden Writers Association Silver Award
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

TRACY DISABATO-AUST

PERENNIAL ALL STAR
TRACY DISABATO-AUST is an award-winning designer who combines artistic vision with practical horticultural
strategies. She has been a frequent guest on national garden television and radio gardening shows and has been
featured in national media, including Fine Gardening, Horticulture, Garden Design, Gardens Illustrated, the
New York Times, the Daily Telegraph, and the National Post.

BEST
SELLER
hardcover, 73/8 x 103/8"
384 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-803-7
Product No. 682803
eISBN: 978-1-60469-299-0

paperback, 10 x 11"
460 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-967-6
Product No. 682967

More than 200,000 in print

The Well-Designed Mixed Garden

The Well-Tended Perennial Garden

Building beds and borders with trees, shrubs,
perennials, annuals, and bulbs

Planting & pruning techniques
Expanded edition

This lushly illustrated master class
on garden design fundamentals
includes complete information on site
evaluation, color theory, planning for
maintenance, and a gallery of detailed
design plans.

This bestselling book details the essential
practices of perennial care, such as
deadheading, pinching, cutting back, thinning,
disbudding, and deadleafing. An A-to-Z
encyclopedia of important perennial species
and a journal for note taking is also included.

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paperback, 71/2 x 9"
168 pp, full color throughout
$16.95 CAN$22.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-950-8
Product No. 682950
Selection of the
HomeStyle Book Club

6-copy counter display:
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ISBN: 978-0-88192-969-0
Product No. 682969

50 High-Impact,
Low-Care Garden Plants
Tough-but-beautiful plants anyone can grow

DiSabato-Aust features complete growing
information for 50 show-stopping plants
personally handpicked after years of study.
Each selection has passed her test for
toughness, beauty, durability, and ease of
maintenance.

GARDEN DESIGN

ABOUT

ROCHELLE GREAYER

OUTDOOR STYLE GURU
ROCHELLE GREAYER is the editor of Pith + Vigor, creator of the
popular blog Studio ‘g,’ and a weekly columnist for Apartment
Therapy. A graduate of the English Gardening School in London,
she designs gardens for international clients and earned a
coveted medal from the Royal Horticultural Society for her
garden at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.

Cultivating Garden Style
Inspired ideas and practical advice to unleash your garden personality

“T horough,
inspirational,
and a total win.”
—Sunset

This gorgeous guide to outdoor design features 23 unique garden
styles, suggestions for recreating the looks, and tips on discovering
personal style. Simple step-by-step projects help homeowners
personalize their space, helpful tips offer essential lessons in
gardening and design, and more than 1,500 dazzling color
photographs offer endless inspiration.

paper over board, 8 x 10"
320 pp, full color throughout
$35.00 CAN$47.00 © 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-477-2
Product No. 689477
Selection of the
HomeStyle Book Club

contemporary color
in the landscape
top designers

|

inspiring ideas

andrew wilson

|

new combinations

s

Contemporary Color
in the Landscape

Top designers, inspiring ideas, new
combinations
ANDREW WILSON

Wilson showcases how leading
garden and landscape designers are
using color in inspiring and innovative
designs.
hardcover, 8½ x 10¼"
280 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-0-88192-996-6
Product No. 682996
eISBN: 978-1-60469-302-7

American Home Landscapes

From Art to Landscape

Plant-Driven Design

Unleashing creativity in
garden design

Creating gardens that honor plants, place,
and spirit

A design guide to creating
period garden styles

W. GARY SMITH

SCOTT OGDEN & LAUREN SPRINGER OGDEN

Landscape architect W. Gary Smith
explores how garden designers
and landscape architects use art,
including drawing, painting, poetry,
and sculpture, to inspire their garden
design. 

This lushly photographed guide
shows how to create designs where
plants are the dominant feature and is
supported by extensive lists of plants
for specific purposes.

DENISE WILES ADAMS &
LAURA L. S. BURCHFIELD

hardcover, 8¾ x 10¼"
300 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-973-7
Product No. 682973
American Horticultural Society
Book Award
Living Now Book Award

hardcover, 91/4 x 103/4"
284 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-877-8
Product No. 682877
eISBN: 978-1-60469-159-7

A comprehensive, illustrated guide
to recreating a historical landscape
design that is adapted to meet the
needs of modern clients.
paper over board, 8½ x 10"
304 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-040-8
Product No. 689040

American Horticultural
Society Book Award

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GARDEN DESIGN

ABOUT

DAVID L. CULP

GARDEN DESIGN EXPERT
DAVID L. CULP is the creator of the gardens at Brandywine Cottage in Dowingtown,
Pennsylvania. Culp has been lecturing about gardens nationwide for more than 15 years.
His articles have appeared in Country Living, Fine Gardening, and Green Scene, and
he is a contributing editor to Horticulture magazine. He has developed the Brandywine
hybrid strain of hellebores, and was recently cited in the Wall Street Journal for his
expertise on snowdrops. The garden at Brandywine Cottage has been featured several
times in Martha Stewart Living and on HGTV.
BEST
SELLER

ROXI THOREN

NEW

LANDSCAPES
OF CHANGE
INNOVATIVE DESIGNS AND REINVENTED SITES

Landscapes of Change

The Layered Garden
Design lessons for year-round beauty from Brandywine Cottage

This gorgeous book shows gardeners how
to recreate the beauty of Culp’s Brandywine
Cottage through the basic lessons of
layering—how to choose the correct plants,
how to design a layered garden, and how
to maintain it. The book culminates with a
chapter dedicated to signature plants for all
four seasons. Lush photography makes it
both practical and inspirational.

hardcover, 7½ x 11"
312 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-236-5
Product No. 689236
eISBN: 978-1-60469-450-5
Garden Writers Association Gold Award
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

Innovative designs and
reinvented sites
ROXI THOREN

Thoren examines how
new site expectations have
resulted in groundbreaking
work in the field of landscape
architecture, with 26 case
studies from around the
world.
paperback, 8 x 10¾"
256 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-386-7
Product No. 689386
ASLA Best Book of 2014

A Garden Gallery

A Child’s Garden

The Self-Sustaining Garden

Inspiration from an enchanted
world of plants and artistry
GEORGE LITTLE & DAVID LEWIS

60 ideas to make any garden
come alive for children
MOLLY DANNENMAIER

The guide to matrix planting
PETER THOMPSON 

Little and Lewis reveal
the secrets behind their
renowned garden in the
Puget Sound.

This imaginative guide
showcases a wide range of
innovative gardens, both
large and small, in which
children can play, learn, and
experience nature.

paperback, 91/4 x 10"
176 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-914-0
Product No. 682914
Garden Writers Association
Silver Award

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paperback, 8 x 10"
180 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-843-3
Product No. 682843

Thompson shares the
principles of matrix planting
with specific applications and
shows how to turn them into a
strong, sustainable garden.
hardcover, 71/2 x 97/8"
192 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-837-2
Product No. 682837

Gardening with Shape,
Line and Texture

Fearless Color Gardens

A plant design sourcebook
LINDEN HAWTHORNE 

The creative gardener’s guide to
jumping off the color wheel
KEEYLA MEADOWS

Hawthorne emphasizes the
key role that size and shape
play in garden design. This
guide includes a directory of
plants organized by shape.

Meadows shares the unique
vision behind her famously
exuberant garden and helps
gardeners apply the style to
their space.

hardcover, 81/2 x 11"
280 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-888-4
Product No. 682888
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hardcover, 81/2 x 10"
180 pp, full color throughout
$27.95 CAN$37.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-940-9
Product No. 682940
eISBN: 978-1-60469-129-0

GARDEN DESIGN

ABOUT

PIET OUDOLF

LEADING LANDSCAPE DESIGNER

SHIPS IN APRIL

PIET OUDOLF is among the world’s most innovative garden designers and a leading
exponent of naturalistic planting, a style that takes inspiration from nature but employs
artistic skill in creating planting schemes. Oudolf's extensive work includes public and
private gardens all over the world. He is best known for his work on the High Line and
Battery Park in New York, the Lurie Garden in Chicago's Millennium Park, Potters Field
Park in London, and his own private garden at Hummelo in the Netherlands.
BEST
SELLER

Planting

NEW
Therapeutic Gardens

A new perspective

Design for healing spaces
DANIEL WINTERBOTTOM
& AMY WAGENFELD

PIET OUDOLF & NOEL KINGSBURY
This groundbreaking work shares Oudolf’s
original planting designs and plant
groupings, and explicitly shows how his
gardens and landscapes are made. It
explains how plants behave in different
situations, what goes on underground,
and which species make good neighbors.
Extensive plant charts are organized
by structure, color, and texture.

hardcover, 8½ x 10"
280 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-370-6
Product No. 689370
35,00 in print

This professional guide offers
an innovative approach that
translates therapeutic design
principles into practice.
Using examples from around
the world, it demonstrates
how spaces can be designed
to support learning, sensory
nurturance, and overall
health.
paper over board, 7 ½ x 9"
324 pp, full color throughout
$45.00 CAN$60.00 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-442-0
Product No. 689442

“An indispensable reference and source book
for the ongoing green roof explosion.”
— M I C H A E L VA N VA L K E N B U RG

Edmund C. Snodgrass
and Linda McIntyre

THE

GREEN
ROOF
MANUAL

A Professional
Guide to Design,
Installation, and
Maintenance

Small Green Roofs
Low-tech options for greener living
NIGEL DUNNETT, DUSTY GEDGE, JOHN
LITTLE, & EDMUND C. SNODGRASS

The Professional Design
Guide to Green Roofs
KARLA DAKIN, LISA LEE BENJAMIN,
& MINDY PANTIEL

The Green Roof Manual
A professional guide to design, installation,
and maintenance

Planting Green Roofs
and Living Walls

EDMUND C. SNODGRASS & LINDA MCINTYRE

Revised and updated edition
NIGEL DUNNETT & NOËL KINGSBURY 

40 illustrated profiles of small
and domestic-scale green roof
designs include details on design,
construction, installation, care, and
maintenance.

This highly visual guide is an
exploration of the aesthetics of
rooftop garden design and the
process behind it. For landscape
architects and garden designers.

A complete professional guide to
the structure, function, horticulture,
and logistics of green roofs. Includes
surveys of completed projects
worldwide.

Dunnet and Kingsbury offer
techniques for designing,
implementing, and maintaining a
green roof or living wall, with lists of
plants suitable for different climates.

paperback, 8 x 9"
256 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-059-0
Product No. 689059
eISBN: 978-1-60469-308-9

hardcover, 8½ x 10"
312 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-312-6
Product No. 689312

hardcover, 73/8 x 9½"
296 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-049-1
Product No. 689049
eISBN: 978-1-60469-257-0

hardcover, 75/8 x 91/4"
336 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-911-9
Product No. 682911

American Horticultural Society Book Award

FALL 2015

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GARDEN DESIGN

BEST
SELLER

BEAUTIFUL BIODIVERSITY
The Living Landscape
Designing for beauty and biodiversity in the home garden

This groundbreaking guide shows how to design a beautifully biodiverse garden. It
includes information on the role plants play within the larger environment, like providing berries for birds and food for bugs, as well as design strategies to implement
in the home garden. Helpful charts suggest plants, including natives and nonnatives, for each region.
ABOUT

hardcover, 8½ x 10"
352 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$53.95 @2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-408-6
Product No. 689408

“Two giants of the natural gardening
world have collaborated on their
best work yet.”

­­—The New York Times

RICK DARKE

RICK DARKE is a
landscape consultant,
lecturer, and photographer
who blends art, ecology,
and cultural geography
in the design and
stewardship of living landscapes. His work
draws on a background in field botany
and ecology and decades of international
exploration as Longwood Gardens curator
of plants. He has won numerous awards,
including the Scientific Award of the
American Horticultural Society.

ABOUT

DOUG TALLAMY

DOUG TALLAMY is
a professor in the
Department of Entomology
and Wildlife Ecology at
the University of Delaware
in Newark, where he has
written more than 80 research articles and
has taught insect taxonomy, insect ecology,
and behavioral ecology. Chief among his
research goals is to better understand the
many ways insects interact with plants
and how such interactions determine the
diversity of animal communities.

BEST
SELLER

Bringing Nature Home
How you can sustain wildlife
with native plants
Updated and Expanded
DOUGLAS W. TALLAMY

Tallamy explores the relationship
between gardens and wildlife and the
importance of biodiversity. Includes
lists of native plants for specific
regions.
paperback, 6 x 9"
360 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-992-8
Product No. 682992
eISBN: 978-1-60469-146-7
Garden Writers Association Silver Award
83,000 in print

34

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The Encyclopedia of Grasses
for Livable Landscapes

The Wild Garden

The American Woodland Garden

RICK DARKE

Expanded edition
WILLIAM ROBINSON & RICK DARKE

Capturing the spirit of the deciduous forest
RICK DARKE

This essential reference includes
detailed profiles of hundreds of
grasses and thousands of color
photographs, along with information
on propagation, growth, and
maintenance.

The Wild Garden was the first book
to promote the natural-style garden
design. This new edition includes the
original text and illustrations from the
fifth edition, along with new chapters
and 112 color photographs.

Darke includes lists of woodland plants,
advice for gardening with native plants,
and more than 700 of his stunning
photographs.

hardcover, 10 x 11"
484 pp, full color throughout
$59.95 CAN$79.95 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-817-4
Product No. 682817

hardcover, 81/2 x 81/2"
360 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-955-3
Product No. 682955
eISBN: 978-1-60469-131-3

hardcover, 10 x 11"
378 pp, full color throughout
$49.95 CAN$66.95 © 2002
ISBN: 978-0-88192-545-6
Product No. 682545
American Horticultural
Society Book Award
Garden Writers Association
Garden Globe Award
National Arbor Day Foundation
Certificate of Merit

GARDEN DESIGN

BEST
SELLER

BEST
SELLER

BEST
SELLER

Create a paradise
between the sidewalk
and the curb
Evelyn J. Hadden

Author of Beautiful No-Mow Yards
With photographs by Joshua McCullough

Foreword by Lauren Springer Ogden

Hellstrip Gardening
Create a paradise between the
sidewalk and the curb
EVELYN J. HADDEN

Hadden shows homeowners how
to increase their curb appeal,
with tips on plants that thrive in
tough situations and how to design
for accessibility. Gorgeous color
photographs of hellstrip gardens
across the country offer inspiration.
paperback, 8 x 9"
296 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 @2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-332-4
Product No. 689332
eISBN: 978-1-60469-610-3

Creating Rain Gardens
Capturing the rain for your own
water-efficient garden
CLEO WOELFLE-ERSKINE & APRYL UNCAPHER

This hands-on guide features stepby-step instructions for building rain
gardens for home gardens, along
with information on soil health,
plant choices, troubleshooting, and
maintenance.
paperback, 8 x 9"
208 pp, two color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-240-2
Product No. 689240
eISBN: 978-1-60469-397-3

Gardening for the Birds

50 amazing lawn alternatives

The Know Maintenance
Perennial Garden

EVELYN J. HADDEN

ROY DIBLIK

This gorgeous book showcases
inspiring examples of rewarding lawnless gardens for every region of the
country, and includes practical advice
on how to remove a lawn and plant
profiles for the best turf replacements.

Diblik offers a system of gardening
that simplifies the design process
and results in a low-maintenance,
gorgeous home garden. 62 garden
plans and revolutionary techniques
make it accessible to everyone.

paperback, 8 x 9"
252 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-238-9
Product No. 689238
eISBN: 978-1-60469-390-4

paperback, 9 x 11"
240 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-334-8
Product No. 689334
eISBN: 978-1-60469-597-7

Planting the Dry Shade Garden

The American Meadow Garden

The best plants for the toughest spot
in your garden
GRAHAM RICE

Creating a natural alternative to the
traditional lawn
JOHN GREENLEE

Managing water sustainably in the garden
and designed landscape
NIGEL DUNNETT & ANDY CLAYDEN

Rice highlights 130 plants that do
well with reduced light and moisture
levels, and includes techniques for
pruning and soil adjustments.

This guide details site preparation,
plant selection, and maintenance of
ornamental grasses. With gorgeous
photographs by Saxon Holt.

A comprehensive guide to water
management techniques for gardens
and landscapes, with practical solutions
for small and large-scale spaces.

paperback, 7½ x 9"
193 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-187-0
Product No. 689187
eISBN: 978-1-60469-328-7

hardcover, 101/8 x 101/8"
280 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-871-6
Product No. 682871
eISBN: 978-1-60469-132-0

hardcover, 75/8 x 91/4"
188 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-826-6
Product No. 682826

Beautiful No-Mow Yards

How to create a bird-friendly backyard
GEORGE ADAMS

This hardworking book features
hundreds of native plants, extensive
seasonal bloom and fruiting charts,
bird profiles, and techniques for
creating a balanced ecosystem.
paperback, 75/8 x 95/8"
400 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-409-3
Product No.689409

Rain Gardens

Garden Writers Association Gold Award

FALL 2015

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REGIONAL GARDENING GUIDES
SHIPS IN MAY

NEW

NEW

SHIPS IN JUNE

NEW

Growing the Northeast Garden

Growing the Midwest Garden

Growing the Southwest Garden

ANDREW KEYS

EDWARD LYON

JUDITH PHILLIPS

Keys features a comprehensive
overview of the weather and
geography, profiles of the best plants
for the region, and gorgeous photos of
home gardens. For gardeners in CT,
ME, MA, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VT, and
southeastern Canada.

This enthusiastic and comprehensive
approach to ornamental gardening in
the heartland is for home gardeners
in IL, IN, IA, KS, MI, MN, MO, ND,
OH, SD, WI, and southern Ontario and
Manitoba.

This practical yet beautiful handbook
for ornamental gardening in a region
known for extreme temperatures and
drought is for home gardeners in AZ,
southwestern CO, southeastern NV,
NM, western TX, and southern UT.

paperback, 7 ½ x 9 ¼"
316 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-466-6
Product No. 689466

paperback, 7 ½ x 9 ¼"
316 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-521-2
Product No. 689521

paper over board: $34.95 CAN$46.95
ISBN: 978-1-60469-495-6
Product No. 689495

paper over board: $34.95 CAN$46.95
ISBN: 978-1-60469-522-9
Product No. 689522

paperback, 7½ x 9¼"
304 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-448-2
Product No. 689448
paper over board: $34.95 CAN$46.95
ISBN: 978-1-60469-496-3
Product No. 689496
eISBN: 978-1-60469-680-6

The Collector’s Garden

Designing with Grasses

KEN DRUSE 

NEIL LUCAS

Studies of 28 gardens
throughout the world
show how gardeners can
maintain quality design while
maintaining a plant-driven
focus.

Lucas offers design advice for
a variety of garden situations
and a directory of more than
450 grasses, rushes, and
sedges.

paperback, 81/2 x 11"
256 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2004
ISBN: 978-0-88192-660-6
Product No. 682660
American Horticultural
Society Book Award

36

FALL 2015

hardcover, 75/8 x 9½"
276 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-983-6
Product No. 682983
eISBN: 978-1-60469-298-3

NEW

Designing and Planting
a Woodland Garden
Plants and combinations that thrive
in the shade
KEITH WILEY

Wiley includes comprehensive
information on hundreds of woodland
plants, details on incorporating them
into a well-designed garden, and tips
on creating shade.
paper over board, 7 5/8 x 9¼"
280 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-385-0
Product No. 689385
eISBN: 978-1-60469-667-7

Gardening with
Woodland Plants

Designing and Renovating
Larger Gardens

Big Gardens in
Small Spaces

KARAN JUNKER

DOUGLAS COLTART

Advice for tackling a
woodland garden, including
managing light levels,
choosing the right plant for
the right place, and achieving
well-balanced soil.

Practical instructions,
case studies, and photos
of spacious gardens help
designers tackle gardens a
third of an acre and larger.

Out-of-the-box advice for boxed-in
gardeners
MARTYN COX

hardcover, 7³/8 x 10³/8"
384 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN $53.95 @2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-821-1
Product No. 682821

hardcover, 73/8 x 103/8"
168 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-824-2
Product No. 682824

Creative solutions for
gardening in a small space,
like gardening in corners, on
rooftops, and in the cracks
of pavement.
hardcover, 75/8 x 91/4"
220 pp, full color throughout
$27.95 CAN$37.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-907-2
Product No. 682907

GARDEN DESIGN

NEW
ABOUT

JESSI BLOOM

MODERN
HOMESTEADER

BEST
SELLER

JESSI BLOOM is an award-winning
ecological landscape designer,
professional horticulturalist, and
certified arborist. She is lead
designer and owner of N.W. Bloom
EcoLogical Landscapes, known
for innovation in sustainable
landscape design, construction,
and maintenance. Recognition
for her work includes awards
from the Washington State Department of
Ecology, the American Horticultural Society,
Pacific Horticulture magazine, Sunset
magazine, the Washington State Nursery
and Landscape Association,
and the Washington Association of
Landscape Professionals.

The Nonstop Garden
A step-by-step guide to smart plant
choices and four-season designs
STEPHANIE COHEN &
JENNIFER BENNER

Cohen and Benner show
how to design a gorgeous,
year-round garden with trees,
shrubs, perennials, annuals,
and edibles. 10 simple design
plans are included.
paperback, 81/2 x 10"
248 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-951-5
Product No. 682951

Practical Permaculture

Free-Range Chicken Gardens

For home landscapes, your
community, and the whole earth

How to create a beautiful,
chicken-friendly yard

JESSI BLOOM &
DAVE BOEHNLEIN
Bloom and Boehnlein explain the
basic principles of permaculture,
show the design process, and
feature information on the plants,
water, waste, energy, shelter, food,
animals, and structures that make
up the home garden.
paperback; 8½ x 10"
336 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-443-7
Product No. 689443

The New Low-Maintenance
Garden

Understanding Garden
Design

How to have a beautiful, productive
garden and the time to enjoy it
VALERIE EASTON

The complete handbook for aspiring
designers

Inspiring profiles and
photographs of real gardens
highlight the skills, techniques,
hardscape, and plants needed
for a low-maintenance space.

An overview of the entire
design process, from
determining client needs to
working with contractors. For
students and inexperienced
designers.

paperback, 8 x 9"
284 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-1-60469-166-5
Product No. 689166
eISBN: 978-1-60469-136-8
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

VANESSA GARDNER NAGEL

hardcover, 8¾ x 10¼”
236 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-943-0
Product No. 682943
eISBN: 978-1-60469-256-3

Bloom covers everything a gardener
needs to know, including chickenkeeping basics, simple garden plans,
tips on attractive fencing options,
and profiles of the best plants to use
and those to avoid.
paperback, 8 x 9"
224 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-237-2
Product No. 689237
eISBN: 978-1-60469-383-6
85,500 in print

The Professional
Designer's Guide to
Garden Furnishings

Landscaping for Privacy
Innovative ways to turn your outdoor space into a peaceful retreat

VANESSA GARDNER NAGEL

MARTY WINGATE

This hardworking guide
includes expert advice
for choosing the right
furnishings, how to link them
to the architecture, and a
survey of 16 popular styles.

Creative design ideas for
making a more personal
outdoor space. Plant lists
detail varieties that enhance
a sense of privacy.

paper over board, 8 x 9"
328 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-293-8
Product No. 689293

paperback, 8 x 9"
156 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-123-8
Product No. 689123
eISBN: 978-1-60469-374-4

One of the Booklist Top Ten Crafts
and Gardening Titles of 2010

FALL 2015

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Inspired Plant Picks
BEST
SELLER

NEW

Roses Without Chemicals

Powerhouse Plants

Plantiful

150 disease-free varieties that will
change the way you grow roses
PETER E. KUKIELSKI

510 top performers for multi-season beauty
GRAHAM RICE

Start small, grow big with 150 plants
that spread, self-sow, and overwinter
KRISTIN GREEN

Rose expert Peter Kukielski profiles
150 disease-resistant varieties with
information on planting, pruning,
pests, and lists of roses arranged by
color, habit, and region.
paperback, 8 x 9"
268 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-354-6
Product No. 689354

Perennials
The gardener’s reference
SUSAN CARTER, CARRIE BECKER,
& BOB LILLY

Sumptuous photos and information on
more than 2,700 perennials that can
be used in the home garden.
hardcover, 81/2 x 11"
544 pp, full color throughout
$49.95 CAN$66.95 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-820-4
Product No. 682820
Garden Writers Association Gold Award

This hardworking guide features
hundreds of multi-season plants with
basic growing information, such as
size, hardiness, and preferred growing
conditions.
paperback, 7½ x 9"
280 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-210-5
Product No. 689210
eISBN: 978-1-60469-564-9

Bloom’s Best
Perennials and Grasses
Expert plant choices and dramatic
combinations for year-round gardens
ADRIAN BLOOM

Bloom offers detailed descriptions for
250 perennials and grasses, information on growth and care, as well as
design tips for small and large spaces.
hardcover, 81/2 x 10"
208 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-931-7
Product No. 682931
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

38

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This inspired guide profiles 50 selfsowers, 50 spreaders, and 50 plants
that overwinter, and offers gardening
tips, design ideas, and inspirational
photos.
paperback, 8 x 9"
224 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-387-4
Product No. 689387
eISBN: 978-1-60469-581-6

Tall Perennials

The New Encyclopedia of Daylilies

Larger-than-life plants for gardens of all sizes
ROGER TURNER

More than 1700 outstanding selections
Revised and expanded
TED L. PETIT & JOHN P. PEAT

Turner offers detailed growing
information for more than 600 highperforming perennials that reach a
height of at least five feet.
hardcover, 7 x 9"
260 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-889-1
Product No. 682889

1,700 daylilies are illustrated
in detailed photographs and
comprehensive descriptions that
include information on color, size,
bloom season, and parentage.
hardcover, 81/2 x 10"
408 pp, full color throughout
$49.95 CAN$66.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-858-7
Product No. 682858
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

PERENNIALS AND ANNUALS

"A lavishly illustrated series"

—The New York Times
NEW

NEW

The Plant Lover’s
Guide to Dahlias

The Plant Lover’s
Guide to Salvias

The Plant Lover’s
Guide to Ferns

The Plant Lover’s
Guide to Tulips

ANDY VERNON

JOHN WHITTLESEY

RICHIE STEFFEN & SUE OLSEN

RICHARD WILFORD

This gorgeous guide features tips on
using dahlias in the garden, complete
growing information, and profiles for
more than 200 varieties organized
by color.

150 plants are profiled with detailed
information on each plant’s type,
habitat, size, hardiness, origin,
cultivation, and use in the garden.

Ferns are versatile, shade-tolerant
plants that play many roles in the
home garden. This guide features
134 varieties, tips on growth and
information, and advice on using the
plants in garden design.

Tulips are one of the most popular
flowering bulbs. This guide features
100 commonly available species
arranged by color, recommendations
for companion plants, and tips on how
to use the tulips in landscapes.

paper over board, 8 x 9"
252 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-474-1
Product No. 689474

paper over board, 8 x 9"
224 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-534-2
Product No. 689534

paper over board, 8 x 9"
256 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 @2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-416-1
Product No. 689416
eISBN: 978-1-60469-605-9

paper over board, 8 x 9"
220 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 @2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-419-2
Product No. 689419
eISBN: 978-1-60469-604-2

NEW

NEW

The Plant Lover’s
Guide to Sedums

The Plant Lover’s
Guide to Snowdrops

The Plant Lover’s
Guide to Asters

The Plant Lover’s
Guide to Epimediums

BRENT HORVATH

NAOMI SLADE

PAUL PICTON & HELEN PICTON

SALLY GREGSON

Plant profiles highlight 150 of the best
varieties and include information on
zones, plant size, soil and light needs,
and origin.

Features detailed profiles for 60
hybrids, species, and cultivars,
along with information on flowering
times, distinguishing characteristics,
and cultivation.

These brightly colored, daisy-shaped
flowers bloom from late summer into
fall. This guide profiles 100 species
and cultivars with information on
growth, care, design, and suggested
companion plants.

Epimediums are shade-tolerant plants
with delicate, orchid-like flowers.
This guide profiles 126 varieties with
information on growth, care, and
companion plants, along with tips
on how to incorporate the plants into
gardens.

paper over board, 8 x 9"
228 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 @2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-392-8
Product No. 689392
eISBN: 978-1-60469-606-6

paper over board, 8 x 9"
256 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 @2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-435-2
Product No. 689435
eISBN: 978-1-60469-607-3

paper over board, 8 x 9"
248 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-518-2
Product No. 689518

paper over board, 8 x 9"
240 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-475-8
Product No. 689475

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ABOUT

RUTH ROGERS CLAUSEN

THE GRAND DAME
OF HORTICULTURE
RUTH ROGERS CLAUSEN, a horticulturist trained
in England, has been living and working in the
United States for many years. Over her long
career she has taught and lectured widely. Former
horticulture editor for Country Living Gardener,
she has written several books, including the iconic
Perennials for American Gardens, coauthored with
the late Nicolas H. Ekstrom.

“Essential Perennials is a guide
to navigating the staggering
possibilities among perennials.”

—Margaret Roach
AWaytoGarden.com

Hellebores
A comprehensive guide
C. COLSTON BURRELL & JUDITH KNOTT TYLER

The definitive book on the genus, with
comprehensive information on growing,
maintenance, design, hybridization,
selection, and troubleshooting.
hardcover, 73/8 x 103/8"
296 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-765-8
Product No. 682765
American Horticultural
Society Book Award

40

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NEW

BEST
SELLER

Essential Perennials

50 Beautiful Deer-Resistant Plants

The complete reference to 2700
perennials for the home garden
RUTH ROGERS CLAUSEN
& THOMAS CHRISTOPHER

The prettiest annuals, perennials, bulbs, and
shrubs that deer don’t eat

This gorgeously illustrated A-to-Z
guide features profiles of 2,700
perennials for home gardens, with
information on color, bloom time, size,
and zone requirements.
paper over board, 8½ x 11"
428 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-316-4
Product No. 689316
eISBN: 978-1-60469-672-1

Clausen highlights the best deerproof annuals, perennials, bulbs,
ferns, grasses, and shrubs, with
growing information, dozens of plant
companions, and smart design tips.
paperback, 7½ x 9"
224 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-195-5
Product No. 689195
eISBN: 978-1-60469-320-1

Prairie-Style Gardens

Phlox

The Sweet Pea Book

Capturing the essence of the
American prairie wherever you live

A natural history and gardener’s guide
JAMES H. LOCKLEAR

GRAHAM RICE

LYNN M. STEINER

Steiner offers advice on how to use
prairie plants in a variety of situations
and a comprehensive directory with
hundreds of plants.
hardcover, 7 x 9”
304 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-003-3
Product No. 689003

This comprehensive reference
includes detailed profiles with
botanical descriptions, geographic
range, description of environment,
associations with other plants, and
notes on cultivation.
hardcover, 7 x 9"
340 pp, color insert
$49.95 CAN$66.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-0-88192-934-8
Product No. 682934

Rice provides practical advice on seed
sowing and cultivation, and offers
ideas for using the plants effectively in
the garden.
paperback, 73/8 x 93/4"
144 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2003
ISBN: 978-0-88192-595-1
Product No. 682595

PERENNIALS AND ANNUALS
“An encyclopedia of experience.”

—Washington Post

NATIVE PLANTS
of the

NORTHEAST
a guide for gardening & conservation

BEST
SELLER

DONALD J. LEOPOLD

Encyclopedia of Northwest
Native Plants for Gardens
and Landscapes

Native Plants of the Northeast

The California Native Landscape

A guide for gardening & conservation
DONALD J. LEOPOLD

KATHLEEN A. ROBSON, ALICE RICHTER,
& MARIANNE FILBERT

Leopold profiles 700 species of native
trees, shrubs, vines, ferns, grasses,
and wildflowers from the northeastern
quarter of the United States.

The homeowner's design guide to restoring
its beauty and balance
GREG RUBIN & LUCY WARREN

A comprehensive guide to the best 460
species for the garden
LARRY MELLICHAMP

Rubin and Warren provide
techniques, environmental wisdom,
inspiring design advice, and
comprehensive plant information for
California gardeners interested in
using native plants.

Mellichamp profiles over 460 species
of trees, shrubs, vines, ferns, grasses,
and wildflowers, along with information on cultivation, propagation, bloom
times, and hardiness.

This encyclopedic treatment includes
detailed descriptions of plants native to
the ­Pacific Northwest, with profiles of
more than 530 plants.
hardcover, 81/2 x 11"
532 pp, full color throughout
$59.95 CAN$79.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-863-1
Product No. 682863

ABOUT

hardcover, 73/8 x 103/8"
308 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2005
ISBN: 978-0-88192-673-6
Product No. 682673
Garden Writers Association Silver Award

hardcover, 8 x 10½"
384 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-323-2
Product No. 689323

ALLAN M. ARMITAGE

PERENNIAL
EXPERT
ALLAN M. ARMITAGE is a professor
of horticulture at the University of
Georgia, Athens. He is the recipient
of numerous awards from nursery
trade groups and horticultural
organizations, including the
Medal of Honor from the Garden Club of America,
the National Educator Award from the American
Horticultural Society, and the Scott Medal and Award
from the Scott Arboretum of Swarthmore College.

“Armitage does an excellent

job encouraging gardeners.”

hardcover, 7 x 9½"
304 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-232-7
Product No. 689232

Native Plants of the Southeast

— American Gardener

Armitage's
Garden Perennials

Armitage's Native
Plants for North
American Gardens

Armitage's Vines
and Climbers

Armitage highlights 136
of the most important
genera, with lists of plants
for particular uses and
spaces, including wet
places, drought tolerance,
and fragrance.

The habitat, hardiness,
and propagation
information for 630 species
and cultivars of perennials
and annuals native to the
United States.

Armitage profiles 115
plants, which include
a general description,
hardiness, plant
family, best method of
propagation, and method
of climbing.

hardcover, 81/2 x 10¼"
348 pp, full color throughout
$49.95 CAN$66.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-038-5
Product No. 689038

hardcover, 73/8 x 103/8"
452 pp, full color throughout
$49.95 CAN$66.95 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-760-3
Product No. 682760

hardcover, 73/8 x 103/8"
212 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-039-2
Product No. 689039
eISBN: 978-1-60469-289-1

Second edition

A gardener's guide to
the best vertical plants

American Horticultural
Society Book Award
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

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Why Grow That When
You Can Grow This?
255 extraordinary alternatives
to everyday problem plants
ANDREW KEYS

Keys offers hundreds of alternative
plant choices to replace a handful of
beloved but difficult plants, along with
growing information and design ideas.

Waterwise Plants for
Sustainable Gardens
200 drought-tolerant choices for all climates
LAUREN SPRINGER OGDEN & SCOTT OGDEN

200 profiles show where the droughttolerant plant is best adapted, its light
and water needs, soil preference, and
mature size.

Perennials for the Southwest
Plants that flourish in arid gardens
MARY IRISH

An A-to-Z guide to 156 plants,
with information on scientific and
common names, cultural needs,
drought tolerance, and ornamental
characteristics.

Perennials for
Midwestern Gardens
Proven plants for the heartland
ANTHONY W. KAHTZ

This guide profiles 400 plants, with
details on flowers, leaves, habit,
soil, sun or shade requirements,
propagation, and disease problems.

paperback, 7 x 9"
249 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-169-6
Product No. 689169
eISBN: 978-1-60469-336-2

hardcover, 7 x 9"
312 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-761-0
Product No. 682761

hardcover, 7 x 9"
228 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-893-8
Product No. 682893

Perennial Companions

Black Plants

The Garden Plants of China

The Explorer’s Garden

100 dazzling plant combinations
for every season
TOM FISCHER

75 striking choices for the garden
PAUL BONINE

PETER VALDER

Rare and unusual perennials
DANIEL J. HINKLEY

paperback, 8 x 9"
340 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-286-0
Product No. 689286
eISBN: 978-1-60469-458-1

Fischer offers 100 plant pairings
that include two to six plants each.
The book is arranged seasonally with
information on growth and care for
each design.
paperback, 7 x 61/4"
216 pp, full color throughout
$14.95 CAN$19.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-939-3
Product No. 682939

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Bonine profiles 75 of the most alluring
black annuals, perennials, and bulbs.
Plant entries include information on
growth and care.
paperback, 7 x 61/4"
160 pp, full color throughout
$14.95 CAN$19.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-981-2
Product No. 682981

The history of 400 plants grown in
Chinese gardens, with information on
their use in Chinese art, literature,
and symbolism.
hardcover, 85/8 x 113/8"
400 pp, full color throughout
$49.95 CAN$66.95 © 1999
ISBN: 978-0-88192-470-1
Product No. 682470
Choice Magazine Outstanding Academic Book
Garden Writers’ Guild Book Award

This guide highlights the perennials
found during Hinkley's treks around
the globe, with details on how the
plants are cultivated and propagated.
paperback, 73/8 x 103/8"
380 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-917-1
Product No. 682917
American Horticultural Society Book Award
New York Times Editors' Choice—
Best Books for Gardening

TREES AND SHRUBS
BEST
SELLER

ABOUT

MICHAEL A. DIRR

WOODY
PLANT
EXPERT
MICHAEL A. DIRR is widely
acknowledged as the leading
expert on trees and shrubs for
landscapes and gardens. During
his nearly three decades as a
professor of horticulture at the
University of Georgia, he received the highest honors
from the American Horticultural Society, the Garden
Club of America, and the American Society for
Horticultural Science, among others.

Dirr's Encyclopedia
of Trees and Shrubs

“Dirr's frank and witty

hardcover, 8¾ x 113/8"
952 pp, full color throughout
$79.95 CAN$106.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-0-88192-901-0
Product No. 682901

assessments make his
works fun to read.”

— American Gardener

Dirr features thousands
of plants with information
on identification,
planting, and care. Color
photographs highlight
distinctive bark patterns,
fall color, and more.

Viburnums
Flowering shrubs
for every season

Dirr details each
plant's height, spread,
foliage, habit, floral
characteristics, fruits,
special traits, hardiness,
origin, cultural needs, and
overall garden appeal.
hardcover, 73/8 x 103/8"
264 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-853-2
Product No. 682853

2011 Booklist Top of the
List Reference Source

American Horticultural
Society Book Award

150,000 in print

Hydrangeas for
American Gardens
A classic, illustrated
reference that features
comprehensive
information on
propagation, pruning,
breeding, drying, design,
and pests and diseases.
hardcover, 75/8 x 9¼"
236 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2004
ISBN: 978-0-88192-641-5
Product No. 682641
American Horticultural
Society Book Award

BEST
SELLER

The Reference Manual of
Woody Plant Propagation

Native Trees for North
American Landscapes

From seed to tissue culture
Second edition
MICHAEL A. DIRR & CHARLES W.
HEUSER, JR.

GUY STERNBERG

A comprehensive guide to
over 1,100 species and their
propagation requirements by
seeds, cuttings, grafting and
budding, and tissue culture.
paperback, 81/2 x 11"
424 pp, b&w photos throughout
$49.95 CAN$66.95 © 2006
ISBN: 978-1-60469-004-0
Product No. 689004

The profiles of more than
500 species describe each
tree’s flowers and fruit, native
and adaptive range, seasonal
features, and culture.
hardcover, 81/2 x 11"
552 pp, full color throughout
$59.95 CAN$79.95 © 2004
ISBN: 978-0-88192-607-1
Product No. 682607
Council on Botanical and
Horticultural Literature Award
National Arbor Day Foundation
Media Award

The Creative Shrub
Garden

Dogwoods

Eye-catching combinations for
year-round interest
ANDY MCINDOE

Advice on cultivation,
combating pests and
diseases, the fundamentals of
breeding and selection, and
200 color photos round out
this comprehensive guide.

McIndoe shows how to make
shrubs the main element
in a garden and features
suggested plant combinations
and 15 unique garden styles.
hardcover, 8 ½ x 10"
300 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 @2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-434-5
Product No. 689434

PAUL CAPPIELLO & DON SHADOW

hardcover, 73/8 x 103/8"
224 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2005
ISBN: 978-0-88192-679-8
Product No. 682679

400 Trees and Shrubs
for Small Spaces
DIANA M. MILLER

Detailed descriptions and
cultivation advice, along
with information on pruning,
encouraging wildlife, and lists
organized by color, height,
and spread are included.
hardcover, 75/8 x 91/4"
216 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-875-4
Product No. 682875
American Horticultural
Society Book Award
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

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TREES AND SHRUBS

The Timber Press Encyclopedia of
Flowering Shrubs

Native Trees of the Southeast
An identification guide
L. KATHERINE KIRKMAN, CLAUD L.
BROWN, & DONALD J. LEOPOLD

More than 1700 outstanding garden plants
JIM GARDINER

A guide for identifying 225 trees
native to the Carolinas, eastern TN,
GA, northern FL, AL, MS, LA, AR, and
eastern TX.
flexibind, 6 x 9"
372 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-828-0
Product No. 682828

Hydrangeas

Gardiner offers 1,700 plant profiles
with notes on expected height and
spread, flowering season, soil and
pruning requirements, and hardinesszone rating.
hardcover, 8½ x 11"
436 pp, full color throughout
$49.95 CAN$66.95© 2011
ISBN: 978-0-88192-823-5
Product No. 682823
eISBN: 978-1-60469-395-9

Trees for All Seasons

A gardener’s guide
TONI LAWSON-HALL
& BRIAN ROTHERA

Broadleaved evergreens for
temperate climates
SEAN HOGAN

Information on the natural
history, cultivation, and
propagation of hydrangeas,
as well as descriptions of 100
cultivars.

Hogan offers detailed
descriptions and color
photographs of more than
300 broadleaved evergreen
trees, including little-known
selections and popular
varieties.

hardcover, 71/2 x 93/4"
176 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2005
ISBN: 978-0-88192-669-9
Product No. 682669

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hardcover, 73/8 x 103/8"
336 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-674-3
Product No. 682674

Lilacs

Clematis for Small Spaces

A gardener’s encyclopedia
Revised and updated
JOHN L. FIALA

RAYMOND J. EVISON

An encyclopedic treatment of 200 cultivars, with information on selecting,
growing, propagating, and using lilacs
in the landscape.
hardcover, 81/2 x 11"
416 pp, full color throughout
$49.95 CAN$66.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-795-5
Product No. 682795

Evison recommends the best
clematis for a variety of small
garden situations, and provides
detailed plant descriptions
organized by flowering season.
hardcover, 73/8 x 103/8"
272 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-851-8
Product No. 682851

Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

American Azaleas

Camellias

L. CLARENCE TOWE

The gardener’s encyclopedia
JENNIFER TREHANE

Expert recommendations on
all the horticultural aspects
important for growing these
colorful shrubs include tips
on siting, soil preparation,
and companion plantings.
hardcover, 6 x 9"
188 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2004
ISBN: 978-0-88192-645-3
Product No. 682645
Garden Writers
Association Bronze Award

Trehane offers information
on how to grow and care for
camellias, as well as detailed
descriptions of over 600
species and cultivars.
hardcover, 81/2 x 11"
380 pp, full color throughout
$59.95 CAN$79.95 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-848-8
Product No. 682848

TREES AND SHRUBS
FOR THE SOUTHWEST
Woody plants for arid gardens
MARY IRISH

200 climate-appropriate
trees and shrubs, with details
on how to plant and care for
them, make this a must for
Southwest-based gardeners.
hardcover, 7 x 9"
332 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-905-8
Product No. 682905
eISBN: 978-1-60469-158-0

TREES AND SHRUBS

Conifers of the World
The complete reference
JAMES E. ECKENWALDER

This comprehensive update
of conifer taxonomy provides
descriptions of all the true
conifers, including 545
species of trees and shrubs.
hardcover, 81/2 x 11"
720 pp, color insert
$59.95 CAN$79.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-974-4
Product No. 682974
Choice Magazine Outstanding
Academic Book

The Pruning of Trees,
Shrubs and Conifers

Timber Press Pocket
Guide to Conifers

Second edition
GEORGE E. BROWN
REVISED AND EXPANDED
BY TONY KIRKHAM

RICHARD L. BITNER

The best pruning methods
and how to apply them for
more than 450 trees, shrubs,
conifers, and woody climbers.
paperback, 7 x 9 "
340 pp, color insert
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2004
ISBN: 978-1-60469-002-6
Product No. 689002

Bitner offers basic information
on cultivation and maintenance
for more than 300 of the
best conifers for use in home
gardens.

Designing with Conifers
The best choices for year-round
interest in your garden
RICHARD L. BITNER

How to use conifers in garden
design, with tips on selecting
them for their habit, foliage,
color, or accent potential.

A Natural History
of Conifers
ALJOS FARJON

Farjon explains what conifers
are and explores their
evolution, taxonomy, ecology,
and distribution.
hardcover, 73/8 x 103/8"
304 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-869-3
Product No. 682869

flexibind, 53/4 x 81/4"
224 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-170-2
Product No. 689170

hardcover, 8 x 9½"
296 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-193-1
Product No. 689193
eISBN: 978-1-60469-303-4

Bonsai with
Japanese Maples

Planting and Maintaining
a Tree Collection

PETER ADAMS

SIMON TOOMER

Offers information on the
specific horticultural needs of
Japanese maples as bonsai
subjects and techniques for
creating and maintaining
beautiful specimens.

Toomer explores the
history and philosophy of
collecting trees, and provides
practical advice on budgets,
maintenance, plant selection,
labeling, and safety.

hardcover, 7 x 9"
156 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-809-9
Product No. 682809

hardcover, 6 x 9"
232 pp, color insert
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-930-0
Product No. 682930

hardcover: $29.95 CAN$39.95
ISBN: 978-0-88192-613-2
Product No.682613

The Art of Creative Pruning

Niwaki

Japanese Maples

Inventive ideas for training and
shaping trees and shrubs
JAKE HOBSON

Pruning, training and shaping
trees the Japanese way
JAKE HOBSON

Encouraging advice from
Hobson is supported by
information on which plants
to use, how to achieve the
desired shape, and when to
prune.

Hobson discusses the
principles behind Japanese
pruning techniques along
with in-depth guidelines
for shaping pines, azaleas,
conifers, broadleaved
evergreens, and bamboos.

The complete guide to
selection and cultivation
Fourth Edition
J. D. VERTREES & PETER
GREGORY

hardcover, 87/8 x 103/8"
200 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-114-6
Product No. 689114
eISBN: 978-1-60469-356-0

hardcover, 9 x 105/8"
144 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-835-8
Product No. 682835

This updated edition of a
classic includes 150 new
varieties, updates to plant
nomenclature, 600 plant
descriptions, and 500
photographs.
hardcover, 81/2 x 11"
404 pp, full color throughout
$49.95 CAN$66.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-932-4
Product No. 682932

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TROPICALS AND SUCCULENTS

The Encyclopedia of
Cultivated Palms

Timber Press Pocket
Guide to Palms

Cacti and Succulents
for Cold Climates

The Timber Press Guide to
Succulent Plants of the World

Second edition
ROBERT LEE RIFFLE,
PAUL CRAFT, & SCOTT ZONA

ROBERT LEE RIFFLE

274 outstanding species for
challenging conditions
LEO J. CHANCE

A comprehensive reference to more
than 2000 species
FRED DORTORT

Chance highlights 274 cold-hardy
plants, along with tips on properly
establishing the plants and how to
protect them from cold winters.

A comprehensive guide to more than
2,000 succulents, with information
on native habitat, cultivation
requirements, and horticultural
potential.

825 species are described in detail,
including hardiness, water needs,
height, and special requirements.
Illustrated with more than 900 photos.
hardcover, 8½ x 11"
528 pp, full color throughout
$59.95 CAN$79.95 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-205-1
Product No. 689205
eISBN: 978-1-60469-425-3

Provides basic information on
cultivation and maintenance for more
than 300 of the best palms for use in
garden design.
flexibind, 53/4 x 81/4"
240 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-776-4
Product No. 682776

Encyclopedia of Exotic Plants
for Temperate Climates

Exotic Planting for
Adventurous Gardeners

WILL GILES

CHRISTOPHER LLOYD

This comprehensive guide offers
detailed cultivation advice and
photographs for 500 species and
cultivars, including aroids, bananas,
gingers, bromeliads, cacti, yuccas,
ferns, and palms.

Lloyd details the tropical plants that
are a key part of his garden at Great
Dixter, with photographs by Jonathan
Buckley.

hardcover, 81/2 x 11"
440 pp, full color throughout
$49.95 CAN$66.95 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-785-6
Product No. 682785

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hardcover, 8 x 11"
192 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-842-6
Product No. 682842

hardcover, 7 x 9"
368 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-264-8
Product No. 689264
eISBN: 978-1-60469-424-6

Coleus
Rainbow foliage for containers and gardens
RAY ROGERS

This colorful volume features 225
varieties of coleus, with information
on growth, use in containers and gardens, propagation, and dealing with
pests and diseases.
hardcover, 8 x 9"
228 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-865-5
Product No. 682865
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

hardcover, 87/8 x 11¼"
344 pp, full color throughout
$49.95 CAN$66.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-0-88192-995-9
Product No. 682995
eISBN: 978-1-60469-357-7

¡Tropicalismo!
Spice up your garden with cannas, bananas,
and 93 other eye-catching tropical plants
PAM BAGGETT

Baggett highlights the 100 best tropical
plants, with information on growth,
combining with other plants, and using
them in garden designs.
paperback, 7 x 61/4"
208 pp, full color throughout
$14.95 CAN$19.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-947-8
Product No. 682947

TROPICALS AND SUCCULENTS

ABOUT

DEBRA LEE BALDWIN

THE QUEEN OF SUCCULENTS!
DEBRA LEE BALDWIN gardens on “an inhospitable half acre” in the foothills
of Southern California. As a garden photojournalist, she developed an
appealing and sophisticated design aesthetic; as a hands-on gardener, she
knows what works and what doesn’t. In addition to writing and illustrating
articles, books, and blog posts and giving presentations at major garden
shows, Baldwin shares her passion for plants that drink responsibly via
newsletters, workshops, and social media.
The Gardener’s Guide to Cactus
The 100 best paddles, barrels,
columns, and globes
SCOTT CALHOUN

BEST
SELLER

Calhoun offers detailed descriptions of
the 100 best cactus for gardens, with
advice on planting and care, using
containers, and identification tips.

BEST
SELLER

paperback, 8 x 9"
228 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-200-6
Product No. 689200
eISBN: 978-1-60469-380-5

Succulents Simplified

Succulent Container Gardens

Growing, designing, and crafting
with 100 easy-care varieties

Design eye-catching displays with
350 easy-care plants

Designing with Succulents

This complete primer on choosing,
growing, and designing with
succulents features Baldwin’s
top 100 plant picks and includes
complete growth and care
information. Stylish step-by-step
projects include bouquets, living
frames, and centerpieces.

This comprehensive guide
includes descriptions of the 350
best succulents to use in outdoor
containers and expert tips on soil,
overwintering, and propagation.
Hundreds of color photographs
offer inspiration and ideas for
combinations.

This practical guide includes
design tips and cultivation basics
for growing and designing with
succulents in gardens. Baldwin
recommends hundreds of
hardworking, drought-tolerant
varieties that are best suited for
warm and dry climates.

paperback, 8 x 8¾"
272 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-393-5
Product No. 689393
eISBN: 978-1-60469-516-8

hardcover, 75/8 x 91/4"
248 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-959-1
Product No. 682959
eISBN: 978-1-60469-128-3

hardcover, 75/8 x 91/4"
256 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-816-7
Product No. 682816
eISBN: 978-1-60469-296-9

Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

49,000 in print

44,000 in print

Agaves
Living sculptures for
landscapes and containers
GREG STARR

This complete reference profiles
75 species and additional cultivars,
with information on hardiness,
sun exposure, water needs, soil
requirements, and methods of
propagation.
hardcover, 7 x 9"
348 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-198-6
Product No. 689198
eISBN: 978-1-60469-400-0

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The Book of Little Hostas
200 small, very small, and mini varieties
KATHY GUEST SHADRACK
& MICHAEL SHADRACK

Irresistible ideas for using little hostas
in containers, troughs and trays,
raised beds, patios and decks, and
rock gardens.
hardcover, 71/4 x 93/8"
208 pp, full color throughout
$27.95 CAN$37.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-060-6
Product No. 689060
eISBN: 978-1-60469-272-3

Timber Press Pocket
Guide to Hostas
DIANA GRENFELL & MICHAEL SHADRACK

Basic information on cultivation and
maintenance for more than 300 of the
best hostas for use in home gardens.
flexibind, 53/4 x 81/4"
212 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-847-1
Product No. 682847

Encyclopedia of Garden Ferns

Bamboo for Gardens

SUE OLSEN

TED JORDAN MEREDITH

This comprehensive plant directory
presents succinct descriptions for nearly
1,000 ferns, with habitat information,
cultural recommendations, and help on
plant identification.

Meredith details the origins, history,
structure, form, cultivation, propagation, landscaping, taxonomy, and
identification of more than 300 bamboo from 40 generas.

hardcover, 81/2 x 11"
444 pp, full color throughout
$59.95 CAN$79.95 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-819-8
Product No. 682819

hardcover, 73/8 x 103/8"
408 pp, full color throughout
$45.00 CAN$60.00 © 2001
ISBN: 978-0-88192-507-4
Product No. 682507

Council on Botanical and
Horticultural Literature Award

Council on Botanical and
Horticultural Literature Award
New York Times Editors' Choice— Best Books
for Gardening

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The New Encyclopedia of Hostas

Shade

Revised and updated
DIANA GRENFELL & MICHAEL SHADRACK

Ideas and inspiration for shady gardens
KEITH WILEY

This second edition of a classic
provides detailed descriptions,
growing information, and photographs
for more than 700 cultivated hostas.

Wiley highlights the practicalities of
preparing, planting, and maintaining a
shade garden. With plant profiles and
growing information.

hardcover, 81/2 x 11"
472 pp, full color throughout
$49.95 CAN$66.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-960-7
Product No. 682960

paperback, 81/2 x 11"
176 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-895-2
Product No. 682895

Timber Press Pocket
Guide to Bamboos

Practical Bamboos

TED JORDAN MEREDITH

Basic information on cultivation and
maintenance for more than 300 of the
best bamboos for use in home gardens.
flexibind, 53/4 x 81/4"
208 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-936-2
Product No. 682936

The 50 best plants for screens,
containers & more
PAUL WHITTAKER

The 50 best bamboos for home
gardens, with information on using
them to create Japanese-style
gardens and establishing them in
containers.
paperback, 7½ x 9"
176 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-056-9
Product No. 689056

SPECIALTY PLANTS
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The Rock Garden
Plant Primer
Easy, small plants for containers, patios, and
the open garden
CHRISTOPHER GREY-WILSON

Grey-Wilson recommends easyto-grow plants for a variety of rock
garden situations, with information on
how to grow and care for them.
hardcover, 75/8 x 91/4"
232 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-928-7
Product No. 682928
eISBN: 978-1-60469-137-5

Rock Garden Plants
A color encyclopedia
BALDASSARE MINEO

This authoritative, illustrated text
includes rare and unusual rock
garden plants, as well as proven,
readily available garden performers.
hardcover, 81/2 x 11"
284 pp, full color throughout
$59.95 CAN$79.95© 1999
ISBN: 978-0-88192-432-9
Product No. 682432
New York Times Editors' Choice—
Best Books for Gardening

Growing Carnivorous Plants

PETER VALDER

DR. BARRY A. RICE

hardcover, 81/2 x 111/4"
400 pp, full color throughout
$59.95 CAN$79.95 © 2002
ISBN: 978-0-88192-555-5
Product No. 682555
Choice Magazine Outstanding
Academic Book

Including lichens, liverworts,
and other miniatures
GEORGE SCHENK

Schenk offers practical and
comprehensive information on
growing and designing with hundreds
of mosses and nonmosses, including
lichens and liverworts.
hardcover, 6 x 9"
262 pp, color insert
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 1997
ISBN: 978-0-88192-370-4
Product No. 682370
American Horticultural Society Book Award
Garden Writers Association of America Award
of Excellence

Gardens in China
More than 500 stunning photographs
document the temple courtyards,
gardens, public parks, botanical
gardens, and arboreta of China.

Moss Gardening

This hardworking guide includes
growing information for more than 200
species, hybrids, and cultivars from all
genera of carnivorous plants, with 400
color photographs.
hardcover, 81/2 x 11"
224 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-807-5
Product No. 682807

Timber Press Pocket Guide to
Water Garden Plants
GREG SPEICHERT
& SUE SPEICHERT

Basic information on cultivation and
maintenance for more than 300
water garden plants for use in home
gardens.
flexibind, 53/4 x 81/4"
212 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-846-4
Product No. 682846

The Magical World
of Moss Gardening
ANNIE MARTIN

This highly visual guide reveals
the secrets behind gardening
with bryophytes. It icludes basic
information on gardening with moss,
tips on using moss in garden design,
and profiles of enchanting moss
gardens from across the country.
paperback, 8 x 9"
240 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-560-1
Product No. 689560
paper over board: $34.95 CAN$46.95
ISBN: 978-1-60469-647-9
Product No. 689647

Managing the Wet Garden
Plants that flourish in problem places
JOHN SIMMONS

Practical tips on how to recognize
and manage a wet site and a detailed
directory of water-tolerant plants round
out this hardworking guide.
hardcover, 73/8 x 103/8"
312 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-900-3
Product No. 682900
eISBN: 978-1-60469-156-6

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cultivars in every imaginable shade of
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and vitality as a garden plant, daffodils
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Noel Kingsbury
Special Photography by Jo
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This book charts the remarkable story
of the daffodil from the tombs of the
Pharaohs, through pre-Darwin evolutionary theory, to Cornwall’s burgeoning bulb business and diversification
efforts by breeders seeking the definitive bloom. Today’s gardeners have a
rich palette including the pink-cupped
Backhouse hybrids, the star-like
‘Firebrand’ bred by Engleheart, and P.
D. Williams’s ‘Killigrew’, described as
“perfect in form, balance, and quality.”
Garden cultivation notes, descriptions,
and recommendations introduce the
delights of the less well-known daffodils such as the fragrant Jonquils
and windswept Narcissus cyclamineus
without neglecting the classics such as

Steppes

Daffodil

A Guide to Bearded Irises

The plants and ecology of
the world’s semi-arid regions
DENVER BOTANIC GARDENS

The remarkable story of the
world’s most popular spring flower
NOEL KINGSBURY

Cultivating the rainbow for
beginners and enthusiasts
KELLY D. NORRIS

This important reference surveys
all the world’s steppe regions,
including North America, Africa,
Asia, Europe, and South America,
and highlights the plants in each,
along with climatic and geographic
descriptions of each area.

The story of a favorite spring flower
told through a narrative history and
plant portraits of more than 200
varieties.

An overview of the most outstanding
plants in each of the six recognized
categories, along with growing and
propagation information.

hardcover, 7 x 9"
220 pp, full color throughout
$27.50 CAN$36.50 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-318-8
Product No. 689318
eISBN: 978-1-60469-559-5

hardcover, 8 x 9"
352 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-208-2
Product No. 689208
eISBN: 978-1-60469-406-2

hardcover, 8 ½ x 10"
360 pp, full color throughout
$49.95 CAN$66.95 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-465-9
Product No. 689465

Crocuses
A complete guide to the genus
JĀNIS RUKŠĀNS

A comprehensive survey of
all the known species, with
information on their use in the
garden, botanical characteristics,
and classification.
hardcover, 73/8 x 101/2"
280 pp, color insert
$45.00 CAN$60.00 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-106-1
Product No. 689106

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Green Roof Plants
A resource and planting guide
EDMUND C. SNODGRASS &
LUCIE L. SNODGRASS

This resource profiles over 200
species and cultivars, with
information on moisture needs, heat
tolerance, hardiness, bloom color,
foliage characteristics, and height.
hardcover, 6 x 9"
204 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-787-0
Product No. 682787

American Horticultural Society Book Award

The Color Encyclopedia
of Cape Bulbs
JOHN C. MANNING, PETER GOLDBLATT,
& DEIRDRÉ SNIJMAN

An essential aid to the identification of
more than 1,200 species presently in
cultivation on the southern tip of Africa.
hardcover, 81/2 x 11"
486 pp, full color throughout
$59.95 CAN$79.95 © 2002
ISBN: 978-0-88192-547-0
Product No. 682547

Buried Treasures

The Iris Family

Finding and growing the
world’s choicest bulbs
JĀNIS RUKŠĀNS

Natural history and classification
PETER GOLDBLATT & JOHN C. MANNING

This fascinating book recounts the
author’s extensive travels and offers
information about the cultivation of
every major and minor genus of bulbforming plant.
hardcover, 73/8 x 103/8"
460 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-818-1
Product No. 682818

This comprehensive guide includes
scientific classification with keys to the
genera, up-to-date natural history, and
more than 200 color photographs.
hardcover, 81/2 x 11"
336 pp, full color throughout
$79.95 CAN$106.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-897-6
Product No. 682897

SPECIALTY PLANTS

Calochortus

Saxifrages

Mariposa lilies & their relatives
MARY E. GERRITSEN & RON PARSONS

A definitive guide to the 2000
species, hybrids & cultivars
MALCOLM MCGREGOR

This comprehensive, illustrated
guide covers the history, distribution,
habitat, and cultivation of this North
American native plant.
hardcover, 6 x 9"
232 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-844-0
Product No. 682844

McGregor offers advice on using
saxifrages in different parts of the
garden and a list of the top 100
saxifrages available to gardeners.
hardcover, 73/8 x 103/8"
384 pp, full color throughout
$49.95 CAN$66.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-880-8
Product No. 682880

The New Encyclopedia of Orchids
1500 species in cultivation
ISOBYL LA CROIX

This complete reference includes
350 genera of cultivated orchids and
1,500 species, with more than 1,000
color photographs.
hardcover, 81/2 x 11"
524 pp, full color throughout
$59.95 CAN$79.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-876-1
Product No. 682876

Bloom-Again Orchids
50 easy-care orchids that flower again and
again and again
JUDYWHITE

Orchid expert judywhite highlights the
50 easiest varieties, and includes tips
on where to buy orchids and how to
keep them in bloom.
paperback, 7 x 9"
132 pp, full color throughout
$14.95 CAN$19.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-1-60469-055-2
Product No. 689055
eISBN: 978-1-60469-133-7
Garden Writers Association Silver Award

Growing Hardy Orchids

Vanilla Orchids

Fragrant Orchids

Moth Orchids

JOHN TULLOCK

Natural history and cultivation
KEN CAMERON

A guide to selecting, growing, and enjoying
STEVEN A. FROWINE

The complete guide to phalaenopsis
STEVEN A. FROWINE

This complete account of the genus
features detailed profiles of selected
species and hybrids and important
tips on cultivation.

Frowine profiles 100 different orchids
and an additional 355 varieties with
cultivation information and detailed
notes on each fragrance.

hardcover, 6 x 9"
212 pp, color insert
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-0-88192-989-8
Product No. 682989
eISBN: 978-1-60469-321-8

hardcover, 6 x 9"
200 pp, color insert
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2005
ISBN: 978-0-88192-739-9
Product No. 682739

Growing information, with notes on
light levels, potting media, watering,
and directions on how to repot,
trim, and propagate round out this
complete guide.

Tullock profiles 103 hardy and
half-hardy orchids, detailing the
techniques of cultivation and
propagation. Includes lists of suppliers
offering nursery-propagated plants.
hardcover, 6 x 9"
244 pp, color insert
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2005
ISBN: 978-0-88192-715-3
Product No. 682715
American Horticultural Society Book Award

hardcover, 81/2 x 10"
204 pp, full color throughout
$49.95 CAN$66.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-870-9
Product No. 682870
eISBN: 978-1-60469-162-7

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SCIENCE FOR GARDENERS
SHIPS IN APRIL

SHIPS IN MAY

NEW

NEW
THE
GARDENER’S
GUIDE to
WEATHER
& CLIMATE

BEST
SELLER

Michael Allaby

WHY the
growing season
is getting longer

How Plants Work

HOW to create
microclimates
in your garden

WHY some
plants freeze
when others
survive

WHAT is the
Greenhouse
Effect

The Gardener’s Guide to
Weather and Climate

The science behind the
amazing things plants do
LINDA CHALKER-SCOTT

paperback, 6 x 9"
236 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-338-6
Product No. 689338

Teaming with Nutrients

The organic gardener's guide to the soil food web
Revised edition
JEFF LOWENFELS & WAYNE LEWIS

The organic gardener's guide to optimizing plant nutrition

Garden Writers Association Gold Award
43,500 in print

More than 200,000 in print

ABOUT

JEFF LOWENFELS

PLANT
SCIENTIST

Teaming with Microbes

hardcover, 6 x 9"
220 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-113-9
Product No. 689113
eISBN: 978-1-60469-254-9

paperback, 6 x 9"
268 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-095-8
Product No. 689095
eISBN: 978-1-60469-253-2

paper over board, 7 x 9"
336 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-554-0
Product No. 689554

BEST
SELLER

Lowenfels explains the importance of
the soil food web and shows gardeners
how to use compost, mulches, and
compost tea. Helpful illustrations
simplify the concepts.

This introduction to the world of botany
explains how plants work in a readerfriendly, accessible, and accurate way.

This comprehensive overview of how the
weather works arms home gardeners with
the knowledge they need to create a weatherresilient landscape. Includes explanations of
climate change and microclimates.

BEST
SELLER

FALL 2015

Third edition
BRIAN CAPON

MICHAEL ALLABY

Learn how to be a better gardener with this
enthusiastic guide to the science of plant
physiology. Accessible information on cells,
roots, nutrition, light, and reproduction
is presented along with helpful color
photographs and illustrations.

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Botany for Gardeners

Lowenfels reveals the role of both
macronutrients and micronutrients and
shows gardeners how to provide these
essentials through organic, easy-to-follow
techniques.
hardcover, 6 x 9"
250 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-314-0
Product No. 689314
eISBN: 978-1-60469-517-5
Garden Writers Association Silver Award

JEFF LOWENFELS writes a weekly
column for the Anchorage Daily
News and hosts a weekly garden
radio show. He is the founder of
the Garden Writers Association's
(GWA) Plant a Row for the Hungry,
a program that has created more than 14 million
meals to feed the hungry. He was made a GWA
Fellow in 1999 and was inducted into the GWA Hall
of Fame in 2005.

“Lowenfels makes a boisterous
case for micro-organisms.”

— The Oregonian

GARDEN REFERENCE

BEST
SELLER

BEST
SELLER

How to Eradicate Invasive Plants
TERI DUNN CHACE

This problem-solving guide shows
gardeners how to recognize invasive
plants and offers eradication options,
from organic options to the most
responsible ways to use chemicals.
paperback, 6 x 9"
336 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-306-5
Product No. 689306
eISBN: 978-1-60469-532-8

BEST
SELLER

Plant Breeding for
the Home Gardener
How to create unique vegetables and flowers
JOSEPH TYCHONIEVICH

Gardeners will learn how to pick the
best parent plants, how to crosspollinate, and the best breeding
techniques for popular vegetables and
flowers.
paperback, 55/8 x 91/4"
216 pp, two color with illustrations
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-364-5
Product No. 689364
eISBN: 978-1-60469-537-3

What’s Wrong With My Plant?
(And How Do I Fix It?)

Attracting Beneficial Bugs
to Your Garden

A visual guide to easy diagnosis
and organic remedies
DAVID DEARDORFF &
KATHRYN WADSWORTH

A natural approach to pest control

Deardorff and Wadsworth provide an
easy system for visually diagnosing
any plant problem and matching it to
the right, completely organic cure.
paperback, 75/8 x 91/4"
452 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-961-4
Product No. 682961

JESSICA WALLISER

Bug expert Jessica Walliser shows
gardeners how to control pests in
a natural way with 19 bug profiles,
39 plant profiles, and suggested
companion plants.
paperback, 8 x 9"
256 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-388-1
Product No. 689388
eISBN: 978-1-60469-574-8

Garden Writers Association Silver Award
55,000 in print

High-Impact
Low-Carbon Gardening
1001 ways to garden sustainably
ALICE BOWE

The Naturescaping Workbook

How to Grow a School Garden

A step-by-step guide for bringing nature to
your backyard

A complete guide for parents and teachers
ARDEN BUCKLIN-SPORER &
RACHEL KATHLEEN PRINGLE

BETH O’DONNELL YOUNG

Bowe evaluates different materials
and techniques to help identify
the greenest solutions and offers
thousands of ideas for gardening
sustainably.

This hands-on guide helps home
gardeners build a backyard biohabitat, create a landscape plan, attract
wildlife, build healthy soil, and steward the land.

paperback, 8 x 9"
264 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-0-88192-998-0
Product No. 682998
eISBN: 978-1-60469-311-9

paperback, 8 x 10"
228 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-118-4
Product No. 689118
eISBN: 978-1-60469-360-7

This guide to developing school
garden programs for grades K–8
includes strategies, lesson plans,
projects, and troubleshooting
flexibind, 8 x 10"
224 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-000-2
Product No. 689000
eISBN: 978-1-60469-255-6

The Greenhouse
Gardener’s Manual
ROGER MARSHALL

Gardeners will learn how to choose
a greenhouse and create and
maintain a healthy environment,
along with profiles including growing
information for hundreds of edible
and ornamental plants.
paperback, 7 ½ x 9"
320 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 @2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-414-7
Product No. 689414

Living Now Book Award

FALL 2015

53

GARDEN REFERENCE

The Truth About Garden Remedies

The Truth About Organic Gardening

So You Want to Start a Nursery

What works, what doesn’t, and why
JEFF GILLMAN

Benefits, drawbacks, and the bottom line
JEFF GILLMAN

TONY AVENT

Plant scientist Jeff Gillman reveals
the science behind many promises
and claims made about garden
remedies.

In the follow up to Garden Remedies
Gillman reveals the science behind
many promises and claims made
about organic options.

paperback, 6 x 9"
216 pp
$12.95 CAN$17.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-912-6
Product No. 682912
eISBN: 978-1-60469-007-1

paperback, 6 x 9"
208 pp
$12.95 CAN$17.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-862-4
Product No. 682862
eISBN: 978-1-60469-005-7

The Anxious Gardener’s
Book of Answers
TERI DUNN CHACE

Chace assesses new and
historic garden advice and
reveals the how, why, and
why not for more than 100
common gardening practices.
paperback, 6 x 8"
220 pp, b&w illustrations throughout
$12.95 CAN$17.95 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-235-8
Product No. 689235
eISBN: 978-1-60469-396-6

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Decoding Gardening Advice
The science behind the 100 most
common recommendations
JEFF GILLMAN &
MELEAH MAYNARD

Gillman presents an
evidence-based book that
offers definitive advice on
everything from bulbs,
annuals, and perennials to
edibles, trees, and soil care.
paperback, 6 x 9"
224 pp, full color throughout
$16.95 CAN$22.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-220-4
Product No. 689220
eISBN: 978-1-60469-381-2

Focuses on the business concerns of
the nursery owner, with information on
the merits and disadvantages of retail,
wholesale, and mail order.
hardcover, 6 x 9"
340 pp, b&w photos throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2003
ISBN: 978-0-88192-584-5
Product No. 682584
eISBN: 978-1-60469-018-7

So You Want to Be
a Garden Designer
How to get started, grow, and thrive in the
landscape design business
LOVE ALBRECHT HOWARD

This helpful guide offeres practical,
step-by-step information every
budding designer needs to develop
and nurture a thriving garden design
business.
hardcover, 6 x 9"
424 pp, color insert
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-904-1
Product No. 682904

How the Government
Got in Your Backyard

How to Buy the Right Plants,
Tools & Garden Supplies

Superweeds, frankenfoods, lawn
wars, and the (nonpartisan) truth
about environmental policies
JEFF GILLMAN & ERIC HEBERLIG

JIM FOX

Gillman distills the science,
the politics, and the unbiased,
nonpartisan truth behind
hot-button environmental
issues from pesticides to global
warming.
hardcover, 5½ x 8¼"
248 pp
$23.95 CAN$31.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-001-9
Product No. 689001
eISBN: 978-1-60469-291-4

Longtime nursery employee Jim
Fox shows how to navigate the
nursery with tips on choosing the
right plant size, correctly reading
plant tags, and recognizing a wellmade tool.
paperback, 5 x 8"
224 pp, b&w photos throughout
$14.95 CAN$19.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-214-3
Product No. 689214
eISBN: 978-1-60469-536-6

6-copy counter display
$89.70 CAN$119.70
ISBN: 978-1-60469-461-1
Product No. 689461

GARDEN REFERENCE

Botanical Latin
Fourth edition
WILLIAM T. STEARN

This classic and comprehensive
primer teaches readers the basics
of grammar, syntax, punctuation,
pronunciation, and vocabulary.
paperback, 63/4 x 93/4"
560 pp, b&w illustrations throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2004
ISBN: 978-0-88192-627-9
Product No. 682627

Bizarre Botanicals
How to grow string-of-hearts, jack-in-thepulpit, panda ginger, and other weird and
wonderful plants
LARRY MELLICHAMP & PAULA GROSS

This playful guide features 75 plants
that have extraordinary abilities, with
cultivation information and information on ease of growth.
hardcover, 6¾ x 8¼"
284 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-076-7
Product No. 689076

The Timber Press Dictionary
of Plant Names
WALTER VON ERHARDT, ERICH GÖTZ, NILS
BÖDEKER, & SIEGMUND SEYBOLD

The only reference available with the
current English, French, and German
common names for nearly 20,000
plants and 10,000 synonyms.
hardcover, 5 x 75/8"
928 pp
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-115-3
Product No. 689115

The North American Guide
to Common Poisonous Plants
and Mushrooms
NANCY J. TURNER &
PATRICK VON ADERKAS

This comprehensive book offers entries
that include a clear photograph for
identification, notes on where they
commonly occur, and a description of
their toxic properties.
hardcover, 6 x 9"
376 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-929-4
Product No. 682929
eISBN: 978-1-60469-145-0

The A to Z of Plant Names

Plant Form

A quick reference guide to 400
garden plants
ALLEN J. COOMBES

An illustrated guide to flowering
plant morphology
New edition
ADRIAN D. BELL

Coombes shares the botanic
names of hundreds of plants, with
additional information on suggested
pronunciation, type of plant, and
common name.
hardcover, 5½ x 8"
312 pp
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-196-2
Product No. 689196
eISBN: 978-1-60469-398-0

Mind-Altering and Poisonous
Plants of the World
MICHAEL WINK &
BEN-ERIK VAN WYK

This is the definitive account of plants
and mushrooms used for traditional
medicine, ceremonial and spiritual
purposes, and recreational drugs.
hardcover, 65/8 x 93/8"
464 pp, full color throughout
$49.95 CAN$66.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-952-2
Product No. 682952

This academic reference illustrates
the major plant structures that can be
seen with the naked eye or a lens, and
describes how plants grow.
hardcover, 75/8 x 91/4"
432 pp, full color throughout
$49.95 CAN$66.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-850-1
Product No. 682850

Poisonous Plants
A handbook for doctors, pharmacists,
toxicologists, biologists and veterinarians
Second edition
DIETRICH FROHNE &
HANS JÜRGEN PFÄNDER

This professional reference identifies
potentially dangerous plants with
comprehensive information on
their distribution, degree of toxicity,
symptoms of their poisoning, and
suggested treatment.
hardcover, 91/2 x 101/2"
480 pp, full color throughout
$150.00 CAN$199.50 © 2005
ISBN: 978-0-88192-750-4
Product No. 682750

FALL 2015

55

GARDEN REFERENCE

plants
from
test tubes
an Introduction to

mIcropropagatIon
Fourth Edition

NEW

CUT FLOWERS
OF THE WORLD

A COMPLETE REFERENCE
FOR GROWERS AND FLORISTS

lydiane kyte · john kleyn
holly scoggins · mark bridgen
JO HANN ES MAR E E A ND BE N - E R I K VAN W YK

The Manual of Plant Grafting

The Manual of Seed Saving

Practical techniques for ornamentals,
vegetables, and fruit
PETER T. MACDONALD

Harvesting, storing, and sowing techniques
for vegetables, herbs, and fruits

MacDonald offers clear, step-bystep instruction on the formation of
the graft union, the production of
root stocks, bench and field grafting
techniques, and vegetable and cactus
grafting.

Gardeners will learn how to
maximize seed quality and yield
for 100 crop plants. Includes
detailed information on pollination,
cultivation, harvest, and storage.

paper over board, 7½ x 9¼"
272 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-463-5
Product No. 689463

ANDREA HEISTINGER

hardcover, 7 x 9"
344 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-382-9
Product No. 689382
eISBN: 978-1-60469-556-4

Plants from Test Tubes
An introduction to micropropagation
Fourth edition
LYDIANE KYTE, JOHN KLEYN, HOLLY
SCOGGINS, & MARK BRIDGEN

This updated version offers
comprehensive advice on
micropropagation at home and in the
laboratory, with new plants and revised
illustrations.
paper over board, 73/8 x 103/8"
260 pp, b&w photos throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-206-8
Product No. 689206
eISBN: 978-1-60469-545-8

Cut Flowers of the World
A complete reference for growers and florists
JOHANNES MAREE & BEN-ERIK VAN WYK

This book offers professional
information on more than 350 flowers
grown for the florist trade. Includes
vase life, post-harvest handling, and
flower characteristics.
hardcover, 6½ x 97/16"
400 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$53.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-194-8
Product No. 689194

N AT I V E
AM E R I C AN
FOOD
P LA N T S
a n et h nobota n ic a l dic t iona ry

The food uses of more than 1500 plants
by 221 Native American groups

da n i e l e . moe r m a n

Medicinal Plants of the World

Native American Medicinal Plants

Native American Food Plants

Native American Ethnobotany

BEN-ERIK VAN WYK & MICHAEL WINK

An ethnobotanical dictionary
DANIEL E. MOERMAN

An ethnobotanical dictionary

DANIEL E. MOERMAN

DANIEL E. MOERMAN

Moerman catalogs the medicinal use of
more than 2,700 plants by 218 Native
American tribes, including analgesics,
contraceptives, gastrointestinal aids,
and sedatives.

This dictionary documents the food
uses of 1,500 plants by 220 Native
American tribes from early times to
the present.

Moerman presents the accumulated
ethnobotanical knowledge on more
than 4,000 plants, and the more
than 44,000 uses for them by various
tribes.

hardcover, 6¼ x 9¼"
456 pp, line drawings throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-189-4
Product No. 689189

hardcover, 81/2 x 11"
927 pp
$79.95 CAN$106.95 © 1998
ISBN: 978-0-88192-453-4
Product No. 682453

Choice Magazine Outstanding
Academic Book

Council on Botanical and
Horticultural Literature Award

Medicinal Plants profiles more than
300 medicinal plants, with information
on geographical origin, therapeutic
category, historical and modern uses,
and pharmacological effects.
hardcover, 61/2 x 91/2"
480 pp, full color throughout
$49.95 CAN$66.95 © 2004
ISBN: 978-0-88192-602-6
Product No. 682602

paperback, 6 x 9"
800 pp, b&w illustrations throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-987-4
Product No. 682987
Choice Magazine
Outstanding Academic Book

56

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NATURE
SHIPS IN JUNE

Pacific
Northwest

Foraging
120 wild and flavorful edibles
from Alaska blueberries
to wild hazelnuts

SHIPS IN APRIL

southeast

Foraging

BEST
SELLER

NEW

120 wild and �avorful edibles
from angelica to wild plums
CHRIS BENNETT

Dougl as Deur

NEW
“I came to the Pacific Northwest
because of the endless bounty
of ingredients to cook with.
This book opens my eyes to
even more of the region’s edible
wild treasures.”

“I’ve been waiting years for this
book. This is the ultimate guide,
and Chris is the undisputed
heavyweight champion of
foraging in the South.”

—Vitaly Paley, chef and owner, Paley’s Place,
Imperial, and Portland Penny Diner

—Sean Brock, author of Heritage and
chef of McCradys, Minero, and Husk

Midwest Foraging

Pacific Northwest Foraging

California Foraging

120 wild and flavorful edibles from
Alaska blueberries to wild hazelnuts
DOUGLAS DEUR

120 wild and flavorful edibles from
evergreen huckleberries to wild ginger
JUDITH LARNER LOWRY

115 wild and flavorful edibles
from burdock to wild peach
LISA M. ROSE

This foraging guide includes
lists for year-round foraging and
tips on identification, harvesting,
and preparation. For OR, WA,
southeastern AK, and British
Columbia.

Lowry offers lists for year-round
foraging and tips on identification,
harvesting, and preparation. Covers
the entire state.

Rose profiles 115 wild edible plants
and includes seasonal lists of when
and where to forage. For IL, IN, IO,
KS, MI, MN, MO, NE, ND, OH, OK,
SD, WI, and Ontario.

Bennett profiles 120 wild edible plants
and includes seasonal lists of when
and where to forage. For AL, AR, FL,
GA, MD, KY, LA, MS, NC, SC, TN, VA,
and WV.

paperback, 6 ½ x 9"
320 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-531-1
Product No. 689531

paperback, 6 ½ x 9"
296 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-499-4
Product No. 689499

SHIPS IN MAY

SHIPS IN JUNE

paperback, 6 ½ x 9"
304 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 @2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-352-2
Product No. 689352
eISBN: 978-1-60469-615-8

paperback, 6 ½ x 9"
316 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 @2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-420-8
Product No. 689420

Northeast

Foraging

120 wild and flavorful edibles
from angelica to wild plums
CHRIS BENNETT

NEW

BEST
SELLER

120 wild and �avorful
edibles from beach plums
to wineberries

Southeast Foraging

NEW

Leda Meredith

MUSHROOMS of the

ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION
COLORADO · NEW MEXICO · UTAH · WYOMING

Vera Stucky Evenson & Denver Botanic Gardens
“A book that wild food
gatherers of all skill levels
will want to own.”
—Sam Thayer, author of The Forager’s
Harvest and Nature’s Garden

TIMBER PRESS FIELD GUIDE

Northeast Foraging

The Kingdom Fungi

120 wild and flavorful edibles
from beach plums to wineberries
LEDA MEREDITH

The biology of mushrooms, molds, and lichens
STEVEN L. STEPHENSON

This foraging guide includes lists
for year-round foraging and tips
on identification, harvesting, and
preparation. For NY, NJ, PA, DE, MD,
CT, ME, MA, NH, RI, VT, and Ontario
and Quebec.
paperback, 6 ½ x 9"
316 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 @2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-417-8
Product No. 689417
eISBN: 978-1-60469-601-1

A comprehensive look at the biology,
structure, and morphological diversity
of fungi, with information on their
ecological importance in nature.
hardcover, 6 x 9"
328 pp, color insert
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-891-4
Product No. 682891
eISBN: 978-1-60469-402-4
Choice Magazine
Outstanding Academic Book

Mushrooms of the Rocky
Mountain Region
A Timber Press Field Guide
VERA STUCKY EVENSON
& DENVER BOTANIC GARDENS

This field guide profiles 70 mushroom
species with color photographs, keys,
and diagrams to aid in identification.
For CO, NM, UT, and WY.
flexibind, 5 ¾ x 8 ¼"
300 pp, full color throughout
$27.95 CAN$37.95 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-576-2
Product No. 689576

California Mushrooms
The comprehensive identification guide
DENNIS E. DESJARDIN, MICHAEL G. WOOD,
& FREDERICK A. STEVENS

1,100 species profiles with descriptions, color photographs, information
on macro- and micromorphology,
habitat, edibility, and comparisons
with closely related species and
potential look-alikes.
paper over board, 8½ x 11"
560 pp, full color throughout
$60.00 CAN$80.00
ISBN: 978-1-60469-353-9
Product No. 689353

FALL 2015

57

NATURE

Latin
for

Over 3,000
bird names
explored
and explained

Bird
Lovers
DR. ROGER LEDERER & CAROL BURR

Plant Conservation

Latin for Bird Lovers

Octopus

Super-Charged

Over 3,000 bird names
explored and explained
ROGER LEDERER & CAROL BURR

The ocean’s intelligent invertebrate
JENNIFER A. MATHER, ROLAND C. ANDERSON, & JAMES B. WOOD

How outlaws, hippies, and scientists
reinvented marijuana
JIM RENDON

The meanings of over 3,000 words
used to describe birds, along with
profiles of important ornithologists,
features on 20 bird genera, and
gorgeous color illustrations.

Three leading marine biologists take
readers through the astounding life
cycle of the octopus and reveal their
distinctive personalities.

Rendon takes readers behind the
scenes with the growers and scientists
responsible for marijuana’s evolution
from hobby plant to pharmaceutical
juggernaut.

paper over board, 6 ¾ x 9"
224 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 @2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-546-5
Product No. 689546

hardcover, 61/2 x 9"
240 pp, color insert
$27.95 CAN$37.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-067-5
Product No. 689067

hardcover, 5½ x 8¼"
256 pp
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-295-2
Product No. 689295
eISBN: 978-1-60469-413-0

Why it matters and how it works
TIMOTHY WALKER

Walker examines the most crucial
areas of plant conservation and shows
what can be done to prevent greater
plant extinctions.
hardcover, 6 x 9"
300 pp, two color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-260-0
Product No. 689260
eISBN: 978-1-60469-569-4

f
AlAin
& MArie-JeAnne
Génevé

Wild Fruit
A F ield G uide

to

B ritain

and

e urope

fg
Keeping Bees
in Towns and Cities
LUKE DIXON

Everything an aspiring
beekeeper needs to know: how
to select the perfect hive, buy
bees, care for a colony, and
harvest honey.
paperback, 7½ x 9"
184 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-287-7
Product No. 689287
eISBN: 978-1-60469-449-9

A Short History
of the Honey Bee
Humans, flowers, and bees
in the eternal chase for honey
E. READICKER-HENDERSON

Stunning macrophotography
and an engaging narrative
follow the journey of the bee
from flower to hive to honey.
hardcover, 51/2 x 8"
164 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-942-3
Product No. 682942
eISBN: 978-1-60469-144-3

Bees, Wasps, and Ants

Insects and Gardens

The indispensable role of
Hymenoptera in gardens
ERIC GRISSELL

In pursuit of a garden ecology
ERIC GRISSELL

Grissell explores the
importance of the
Hymenoptera and explains
how gardeners can
encourage (or discourage)
them in their gardens.
hardcover, 6 x 9"
336 pp, color insert
$27.95 CAN$37.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-988-1
Product No. 682988
American Horticultural
Society Book Award

58

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An insightful account of
insect biology supported by
gorgeous photographs that
illustrate the vital interdependence between insects and
plants.
paperback, 6 x 9"
345 pp, color insert
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-768-9
Product No. 682768
American Horticultural
Society Book Award
Garden Writers Association
Garden Globe Award
New York Times Editors' Choice—
Best Books for Gardening

Wild Fruit
A field guide to Britain and Europe
ALAIN GENEVE &
MARIE-JEANNE GENEVE

A field guide featuring
220 wild fruits with plant
descriptions that include
information on identification,
tasting notes, and the plant’s
medicinal uses.
flexibind, 6¼ x 87/8"
224 pp, full color throughout
$32.00 CAN$43.00 © 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-586-1
Product No. 689586
eISBN: 978-1-60469-636-3

ARMCHAIR GARDENING

BEST
SELLER

ABOUT

MARTA MCDOWELL

GARDEN STORYTELLER
MARTA MCDOWELL lives, gardens, and writes in Chatham, New
Jersey. She consults for public gardens and private clients, writes
and lectures on gardening topics, and teaches landscape history and
horticulture at the New York Botanical Garden, where she studied
landscape design. McDowell’s particular interest is in authors and
their gardens, the connection between the pen and the trowel. She
is an active member of the Beatrix Potter Society.
Beatrix Potter's Gardening Life
The plants and places that inspired the classic children's tales

“Brings Potter and
her garden to life.”
— The New York Times

This lushly illustrated book deeply and beautifully explores the origins
of Beatrix Potter’s love of gardens and plants. Filled with original
illustrations, watercolors, new and historical photos, and quotations
from Potter’s books, journals, and letters, it details how her passion is
reflected in her work and offers readers a window into the life of one of
our most cherished writers.

hardcover, 6¼ x 8"
340 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-363-8
Product No. 689363
eISBN: 978-1-60469-542-7
Garden Writers
Association Gold Award
40,000 in print

BEST
SELLER

My Garden, the City and Me

Gardening for a Lifetime

The Roots of My Obsession

Deep-Rooted Wisdom

Rooftop adventures in the wilds of London
HELEN BABBS

How to garden wiser as you grow older
SYDNEY EDDISON

A lyrical and heartfelt narrative about a
twenty-something gardener in search
of a bit of nature in her urban city.

Eddison joyfully presents doable
changes to the typical gardening
routine that are realistic, encouraging,
and ideal for older gardeners.

Thirty great gardeners reveal
why they garden
EDITED BY THOMAS C. COOPER

Skills and stories from
generations of gardeners
AUGUSTUS JENKINS FARMER

Essays from the most vital voices in
gardening show that it is a passion
that cannot be conquered, only
indulged.

This inspiring guide shares the nearly
lost skills of generations of gardeners,
like pass-along plants, seed saving,
and homemade garden structures.

paperback, 5 x 8"
164 pp
$14.95 CAN$19.95 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-271-6
Product No. 689271
eISBN: 978-1-60469-412-3
6-copy counter display
$89.70 CAN$119.70
ISBN: 978-1-60469-403-1
Product No. 689403

paperback, 6¾ x 9¼"
248 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 @2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-452-9
Product No. 689452
eISBN: 978-1-60469-600-4

hardcover, 53/8 x 7¼"
144 pp, b&w line drawings throughout
$18.95 CAN$25.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-167-2
Product No. 689167
eISBN: 978-1-60469-319-5

paperback, 5½ x 8½"
208 pp, b&w illustrations throughout
$14.95 CAN$19.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-266-2
Product No. 689266
eISBN: 978-1-60469-252-5
American Horticultural
Society Book Award

FALL 2015

59

ARMCHAIR GARDENING

The View from Great Dixter

The New American Landscape

Down to Earth with Helen Dillon

Christopher Lloyd’s garden legacy
EDITED BY ROSEMARY ALEXANDER &
FERGUS GARRETT

Leading voices on the future
of sustainable gardening

HELEN DILLON

Christopher Lloyd's wide circle of
family and friends describe what
Great Dixter means to them through
essays, letters, and art.

14 important voices in the world of
sustainable gardening come together
to reconsider the future of home
gardens in America.

hardcover, 7 x 9”
208 pp, full color throughout
$27.95 CAN$37.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-215-0
Product No. 689215

hardcover, 7¼ x 9¼"
256 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$46.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-186-3
Product No. 689186
eISBN: 978-1-60469-304-1

EDITED BY THOMAS CHRISTOPHER

These delightful essays encapsulate
Helen Dillon’s lifetime of gardening
know-how, deep love of plants, and
assured sense of garden design.
hardcover, 71/2 x 95/8"
224 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-859-4
Product No. 682859

Sunlight on the Lawn

Down the Kitchen Sink

Laughter on the Stairs

Rhapsody in Green

BEVERLEY NICHOLS

BEVERLEY NICHOLS

BEVERLEY NICHOLS

Nichols tells the story of renovating
his rundown Georgian mansion and
the problems he encountered along
the way.

This memoir describes Nichols’s early
forays into cooking. Features a foreword by Roy Dicks and illustrations by
Val Biro.

Nichols tells the amusing story of
building a garden and the people and
problems he encountered along the
way.

The garden wit and wisdom
of Beverley Nichols
BEVERLEY NICHOLS
EDITED BY ROY C. DICKS

hardcover, 51/2 x 8"
273 pp, b&w illustrations throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 1999
ISBN: 978-0-88192-467-1
Product No. 682467
eISBN: 978-1-60469-012-5

hardcover, 51/2 x 8"
212 pp, b&w illustrations throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-804-4
Product No. 682804
eISBN: 978-1-60469-011-8

hardcover, 51/2 x 8"
260 pp, b&w illustrations throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 1998
ISBN: 978-0-88192-460-2
Product No. 682460
eISBN: 978-1-60469-013-2

60

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These carefully selected passages
and quotes offer a tantalizing taste of
Nichols's humor, passion, poetry, and
opinions about plants.
hardcover, 53/8 x 7¼"
136 pp, b&w illustrations throughout
$17.95 CAN$23.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-948-5
Product No. 682948
eISBN: 978-1-60469-150-4

ARMCHAIR GARDENING

ABOUT

ROBERT LLEWELLYN

GROUNDBREAKING PHOTOGRAPHER
ROBERT LLEWELLYN has been photographing plants and landscapes for more than 40 years.
His photographs have been featured in major art exhibits, and more than 30 books featuring
his photography are in print. His book Washington, The Capital was an official diplomatic gift of
the White House and State Department. He uses a unique photo process that includes stitching
together large macrophotographs that result in gorgeously clear close-up images of nature. To
learn more about Robert Llewellyn and his work visit robertllewellyn.com.

“T he photos are made for us nearsighted gardeners, who long
ago learned the thrill of peering at plants.” — The New York Times

BEST
SELLER

BEST
SELLER

Seeing Trees

Seeing Flowers

Discover the extraordinary secrets of everyday trees
BY NANCY ROSS HUGO
PHOTOGRAPHS BY ROBERT LLEWELLYN

Discover the hidden life of flowers
BY TERI DUNN CHACE
PHOTOGRAPHS BY ROBERT LLEWELLYN

Llewellyn and Hugo's delightful text and
breathtaking photographs underscore the
fascinating physiology of 10 common trees and
bring the reader into a closer, more intimate
relationship with these miracles of nature.

Seeing Flowers is a visual feast that gloriously
highlights 343 popular garden flowers. Together,
Llewellyn and Chace give the reader a deeper
appreciation of how and why flowers have
become so deeply embedded in human culture.

hardcover, 8¾ x 10³/8"
245 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-219-8
Product No. 689219
eISBN: 978-1-60469-327-0

hardcover, 8½ x 10"
304 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-422-2
Product No. 689422

BEST
SELLER

Trees Up Close
The beauty of bark, leaves, flowers, and seeds
BY NANCY ROSS HUGO
PHOTOGRAPHS BY ROBERT LLEWELLYN

With a gorgeous, photo-driven design, Tress Up
Close features an intimate and revealing look
at the parts of the most common trees, with
hundreds of stunning photographs and evocative,
accessible text.
paperback, 6¾ x 6¾"
200 pp, full color throughout
$15.00 CAN$20.00 © 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-582-3
Product No. 689582
4-copy counter display

“L lewellyn’s images reflect a depth of
detail that until now, only the best
botanical illustrators could approach.”
— The Washington Post

$60.00 CAN$80.00
ISBN:978-1-60469-608-0
Product No. 689608

FALL 2015

61

ARTS, CRAFTS, AND INDOOR PLANTS
SHIPS IN JUNE

NEW

The Unexpected Houseplant

The Indestructible Houseplant

220 extraordinary choices for every spot
in your home

200 beautiful plants that everyone can grow

paperback, 7³/8 x 9"
256 pp, full color throughout
$22.95 CAN$30.95 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-243-3
Product No. 689243
eISBN: 978-1-60469-426-0
NAMG Editor's Choice

TOVAH MARTIN

THE
HOUSEPLANT
EXPERT

BEST
SELLER

This comprehensive, accessible, and
lushly illustrated guide to successfully
choosing, growing, and maintaining
a variety of unique indoor plants
offers houseplant lovers a chance to
discover new varieties.

ABOUT

This stunningly photographed
guide shows homeowners how to
choose tough but beautiful indoor
plants. Plant profiles feature concise
information on water, light, and
blooming times along with tips on
care, maintenance, and ideas for
combining houseplants in eyecatching indoor displays.
paperback, 7³/8 x 9"
288 pp, full color throughout
$22.95 CAN$30.95 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-501-4
Product No. 689501

TOVAH MARTIN emerged from 25 years of
working at Logee’s Greenhouses with a serious
houseplant addiction. She has written more than
a dozen gardening books and served as garden
editor for Victoria. In addition, her
articles appear in a broad range of
magazines and periodicals, including
Country Gardens, Garden Design, Coastal Home,
Martha Stewart Living, House Beautiful, and
the Daily Telegraph. For two years
she served as segment producer
and frequent guest on the PBS
television series Cultivating Life,
and she is a repeat guest The
Early Show.

“Tovah Martin's personal, engaging writing style
is as entertaining as it is informative.” —Country Gardens

The Handbook of
Natural Plant Dyes
Personalize your craft with organic
colors from acorns, blackberries, coffee, and other everyday ingredients
SASHA DUERR

Macro Photography for
Gardeners and Nature
Lovers
The essential guide to digital
techniques
ALAN L. DETRICK

Duerr explains the basics of
making and using natural
plant dye, with simple
projects using a variety of
fabrics and fibers.

Detrick shares the basics
of macrophotography, with
explanations of digital singlelens reflex cameras and
details on image composition.

paperback, 9 x 8”
172 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-071-2
Product No. 689071

paperback, 9¼ x 9½"
176 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-890-7
Product No. 682890
eISBN: 978-1-60469-154-2

Selection of the Crafter’s
Choice Book Club

62

FALL 2015

The Art of
Botanical Drawing

The Book of Gardening
Projects for Kids

An introductory guide
AGATHE RAVET-HAEVERMANS

101 ways to get kids outside,
dirty, and having fun
WHITNEY COHEN & JOHN FISHER

A practical and beautiful
guide to the techniques
of botanical painting and
drawing, with 150 charming
color illustrations.
paperback, 10 x 8½"
96 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-990-4
Product No. 682990

Cohen and Fisher share
gardening advice and 101
family-friendly activities, including how to design a playfriendly garden and preserve
the garden's bounty.
paperback, 8 x 9"
256 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-245-7
Product No. 689245
eISBN: 978-1-60469-405-5
hardcover: $29.95 CAN$39.95
ISBN: 978-1-60469-373-7
Product No. 689373

The Revolutionary
Yardscape
Ideas for repurposing local materials to create containers, pathways,
lighting, and more
MATTHEW LEVESQUE

This hands-on guide offers the
basics of garden construction
and outdoor decor using
local materials, with ideas for
transforming unconventional
materials into hardscape.
paperback, 8 x 9"
192 pp, full color throughout
$22.95 CAN$30.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-997-3
Product No. 682997
Garden Writers Association Gold
Award

ARTS, CRAFTS, AND INDOOR PLANTS
AIR PLANTS

BEST
SELLER

grow

| design | craft

AIR PLANTS
The Curious World of Tillandsias
ZENAIDA SENGO
FOREWORD BY FLORA GRUBB
PHOTOS BY C AITLIN ATKINSON

BEST
SELLER

BEST
SELLER

Terrarium Craft

Keshiki Bonsai

Gardening in Miniature

Air Plants

Create 50 magical, miniature worlds
AMY BRYANT AIELLO & KATE BRYANT

The easy, modern way to
create miniature landscapes
KENJI KOBAYASHI

Create your own tiny living world
JANIT CALVO

The curious world of tillandsias
ZENAIDA SENGO

This fun and modern approach to
scaled-down gardening features plant
suggestions, design tips, container
selection, and step-by-step projects.

Designing with air plants is made
easy with stunning photographs that
showcase ideas for use as home
décor and six step-by-step projects.
Also includes tips on care and maintenance.

This accessible project book features
step-by-step instruction for 50 unique
terrarium designs and additional
information on maintenance and care.
paperback, 9 x 8"
196 pp, full color throughout
$18.95 CAN$25.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-234-1
Product No. 689234
eISBN: 978-1-60469-309-6

This simplified approach to bonsai
features 37 stylish projects with
step-by-step instructions for creating
landscapes with stones, moss, and
plants.
paperback, 7 x 9½"
176 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-359-1
Product No. 689359

paperback with flaps, 8 x 7½"
256 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-372-0
Product No. 689372
eISBN: 978-1-60469-528-1

paperback, 7¾ x 9½"
224 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-489-5
Product No. 689489
eISBN: 978-1-60469-651-6

SHIPS IN JULY

NEW

MOSAIC
Mosaic NEW
GARDEN
Garden
PROJECTS
Projects
BEST
SELLER

25 Easy
Step-by-Step
Projects

add color to your garden with tables,
fountains, birdbaths, and more
mark brody
with sheila ashdown
with photographs by justin myers

Handmade Garden Projects

Mosaic Garden Projects

Concrete Garden Projects

Color Concrete Garden Projects

Step-by-step instructions for creative garden
features, containers, lighting & more
LORENE EDWARDS FORKNER

Add color to your garden with tables,
fountains, birdbaths, and more
MARK BRODY

Easy & inexpensive containers, furniture,
water features & more
MALIN NILSSON & CAMILLA ARVIDSSON

Forkner offers step-by-step
instructions for creating simple yet
eye-catching garden crafts, including
including containers, benches,
tables, and more, using eco-friendly
materials.

This hands-on guide features a primer
on mosaic fundamentals and 25 stepby-step projects arranged in order
of difficulty. Project templates are
included, along with instructions on
how to scale.

This gorgeous book offers simple,
step-by-step instructions for turning
concrete into garden art, including
containers, benches, stools,
birdbaths, and stepping stones.

Make your own planters, furniture, and
fire pits using creative techniques and
vibrant finishes
NATHAN SMITH & MICHAEL SNYDER

paperback, 8 x 8½"
224 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-185-6
Product No. 689185
eISBN: 978-1-60469-375-1

paperback, 8 x 9"
304 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-487-1
Product No. 689487

Garden Writers Association Award
45,000 in print

paperback, 7¾ x 9½"
133 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-282-2
Product No. 689282
eISBN: 978-1-60469-335-5
45,000 in print

This useful guide features basic
information on how to add color to
concrete using dyes, paints, and
inlaid materials. 20 step-by-step
projects include small items like
candle holders and larger pieces like
a fire pit.
paperback, 7¾ x 9½"
208 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-539-7
Product No. 689539

FALL 2015

63

PACIFIC NORTHWEST
BEST
SELLER

The 60 best gardens to visit
in Oregon, Washington,
and British Columbia

the

pacific northwest
garden tour
donald olson

The Pacific Northwest
Garden Tour
The best 60 gardens to visit in Oregon,
Washington, and British Columbia
DONALD OLSON

Olson highlights the region’s most
outstanding public gardens and
nurseries and provides essential
visitor information (location, hours,
and admission), as well as gorgeous
color photographs.
paperback, 6 x 8½"
300 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-451-2
Product No. 689451
eISBN: 978-1-60469-643-1

Portland Hill Walks

Portland City Walks

The Portland Stairs Book

24 explorations in parks and neighborhoods
Revised and expanded
LAURA O. FOSTER

Twenty explorations in and around town
LAURA O. FOSTER

Walks, views, stories
LAURA O. FOSTER

20 walks that explore the unique
neighborhoods of Portland and
nearby towns, with tips on places
to eat and drink.

20 outdoor stairways that have
amazing backstories and offer
a unique opportunity for urban
explorers to discover something
new.

Foster features 24 miniature walking
adventures stocked with stunning
views and places to sit, eat, and
soak in the local scene.
paperback, 6 x 9"
304 pp, b&w photos throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-325-6
Product No. 689325
eISBN: 978-1-60469-538-0

paperback, 6 x 9"
320 pp, b&w photos throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-885-3
Product No. 682885
eISBN: 978-1-60469-157-3

paperback, 5 x 7"
144 pp, b&w photos throughout
$12.95 CAN$17.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-069-9
Product No. 689069

PEDAL
PORTLAND
25 Easy Rides for
Exploring the
City by Bike

TODD ROLL

Pedal Portland
25 easy rides for exploring the city by bike
TODD ROLL

Roll offers accessible bike rides
that explore the most interesting
parts of Portland, with turn-by-turn
instructions and tips on where to stop
to eat and drink along the way.
paperback, 6 x 8"
224 pp, two color throughout
$16.95 CAN$22.95 @ 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-423-9
Product No. 689423
eISBN: 978-1-60469-602-8

64

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The Willamette River Field Guide

Portland Forest Hikes

The Oregon Companion

200 miles of adventure from
the Cascades to the Columbia
TRAVIS WILLIAMS

Twenty close-in wilderness walks
JAMES D. THAYER

An historical gazetter of the useful,
the curious, and the arcane
RICHARD H. ENGEMAN

A comprehensive guide to the river’s
history, ecology, and geography, and
the effects of alterations to its ecology.

20 wilderness hikes within 20 miles of
downtown Portland, with maps, bus
routes, length, grade, geology, and
local history.

paperback, 61/2 x 9"
220 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-866-2
Product No. 682866
eISBN: 978-1-60469-148-1

paperback, 51/8 x 71/2"
192 pp, b&w photos throughout
$16.95 CAN$22.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-857-0
Product No. 682857
eISBN: 978-1-60469-025-5

This A-to-Z listing of more than 1,000
people, places, and things that define
Oregon is an essential reference.
paperback, 71/2 x 9"
432 pp, b&w photos throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-899-0
Product No. 682899
eISBN: 978-1-60469-147-4

PACIFIC NORTHWEST

BEST
SELLER

MUSHROOMS
of the PACIFIC NORTHWEST
Steve Trudell & Joe Ammirati

timber press field guide

Trees and Shrubs of
the Pacific Northwest

Wildflowers of the
Pacific Northwest

Mushrooms of the
Pacific Northwest

A Timber Press Field Guide
MARK TURNER & ELLEN KUHLMANN

A Timber Press Field Guide
MARK TURNER & PHYLLIS GUSTAFSON

A Timber Press Field Guide
STEVE TRUDELL & JOE AMMIRATI

This compact guide describes more
than 560 commonly encountered trees
and shrubs. For northern CA, OR, WA,
and BC.

This beautifully illustrated guide
describes 1,220 commonly
encountered species, both native
and nonnative, including perennials,
annuals, and shrubs. For OR, WA,
northern CA, and BC.

This bestselling field guide presents
descriptions and photographs of 460
of the region's most distinctive and
ecologically important mushrooms.
For OR, WA, ID, southern MT, and
southern BC.

flexibind, 53/4 x 81/4"
512 pp, full color throughout
$27.95 CAN$37.95 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-745-0
Product No. 682745

flexibind, 53/4 x 81/4"
352 pp, full color throughout
$27.95 CAN$37.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-935-5
Product No. 682935
eISBN: 978-1-60469-141-2

flexibind, 5¾ x 8¼"
448 pp, full color throughout
$27.95 CAN$37.95 @ 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-263-1
Product No. 689263

American Horticultural Society Book Award

Insects of the Pacific Northwest
A Timber Press Field Guide
PETER HAGGARD & JUDY HAGGARD

This beautifully illustrated guide
describes more than 450 species of
common, easily visible insects and
some noninsect invertebrates. For OR,
WA, northern CA, and southern BC.
flexibind, 53/4 x 81/4"
296 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-689-7
Product No. 682689

MUST-SEE

BEST
SELLER

BIRDS

BEST
SELLER

OF THE
PACIFIC
NORTHWEST

85 Unforgettable Species,
Their Fascinating Lives, and
How to Find Them
SARAH SWANSON &
MAX SMITH

Wildlife of the Pacific Northwest
Tracking and identifying mammals, birds,
reptiles, amphibians, and invertebrates
A Timber Press Field Guide
DAVID MOSKOWITZ

This compact, beautifully illustrated
guide describes more than 180
mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians,
and invertebrates most common in the
region. For OR, WA, northern CA, ID,
western MT, and BC.
flexibind, 51/2 x 81/4"
364 pp, full color throughout
$25.95 CAN$34.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-949-2
Product No. 682949

Includes

8 WEEKEND BIRDING TRIPS

Wolves in the Land of Salmon

The Northwest
Nature Guide

Must-See Birds of the
Pacific Northwest

This lushly illustrated portrait of the
wolves found west of the Cascades
explores how they live, hunt, and
communicate.

Where to go and what to see month by month
in Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia

85 unforgettable species, their fascinating
lives, and how to find them
SARAH SWANSON & MAX SMITH

DAVID MOSKOWITZ

hardcover, 7 x 9"
316 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-227-3
Product No. 689227
eISBN: 978-1-60469-490-1

JAMES LUTHER DAVIS

150 of the best wildlife adventures
throughout OR, WA, and BC,
from winter whale watching to fall
seabirding.
paperback, 61/2 x 9"
448 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-867-9
Product No. 682867
eISBN: 978-1-60469-151-1

A lively, practical, and gorgeously
photographed guide to discovering
the region's most extraordinary birds.
Includes eight bird-watching weekend
trips. For OR and WA.
paperback, 7 x 9"
244 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-337-9
Product No. 689337
eISBN: 978-1-60469-548-9

FALL 2015

65

PACIFIC NORTHWEST
“This essential new reference for cheese enthusiasts fills a big gap in my library.”
– JANET FLETCHER , San Francisco Chronicle cheese columnist and author of Cheese & Wine

the guide to

west coast

cheese

More than 300 Cheeses Handcrafted
in California, Oregon, and Washington

Sasha Davies

Craft Beers of the
Pacific Northwest

Left Coast Roast
A guide to the best coffee and roasters
from San Francisco to Seattle
HANNA NEUSCHWANDER

A beer lover’s guide to Oregon,
Washington, and British Columbia
LISA M. MORRISON

Beer expert Lisa M. Morrison features
18 walkable pub crawls and highlights
115 key breweries and brew pubs in
OR, WA, and BC.
paperback, 6½ x 9"
208 pp, b&w photos throughout
$18.95 CAN$25.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-089-7
Product No. 689089
eISBN: 978-1-60469-313-3
5-copy counter display
$101.70 CAN$129.75
ISBN: 978-1-60469-278-5
Product No. 689278

This high-octane guide explores the
key roasters and coffee shops in WA,
OR, and northern CA, with notes on
roasting and brewing the perfect cup.
paperback, 5¼x 79/16"
296 pp, two color throughout
$16.95 CAN$22.95 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-284-6
Product No. 689284
eISBN: 978-1-60469-441-3

The Guide to West
Coast Cheese

Essential Wines and Wineries of
the Pacific Northwest

More than 300 cheeses handcrafted in
California, Oregon, and Washington
SASHA DAVIES

A guide to the wine countries of Washington,
Oregon, British Columbia, and Idaho
COLE DANEHOWER

This accessible guide examines the
distinctive character of each cheese
and includes beverage pairing ideas,
serving suggestions, and features on
producers.

Danehower profiles the wines, the
winemakers, and the wine countries
of WA, OR, BC, and ID.

paperback, 5¾ x 8¼"
224 pp, color insert
$18.95 CAN$25.95 ©2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-090-3
Product No. 689090
eISBN: 978-1-60469-258-7

4-copy counter display
$67.80 CAN$91.80
ISBN: 978-1-60469-404-8
Product No. 689404

paperback, 8½ x 10”
309 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 ©2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-966-9
Product No. 682966
eISBN: 978-1-60469-259-4

5-copy counter display
$94.75 CAN$129.75
ISBN: 978-1-60469-438-3
Product No. 689438

“Daniels-Zeller demonstrates the rich array of inspiring foods with which
to cook delicious, wholesome, and regional vegetarian meals.”
–DEBORAH MADISON, author of Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone

THE

northwest
vegetarian
cookbook
200 Recipes that Celebrate the Flavors of Oregon and Washington

DEB R A DANIEL S -ZELLER

The Northwest
Green Home Primer

In Search of
Ancient Oregon

A Pacific Northwest
Nature Sketchbook

The Northwest
Vegetarian Cookbook

KATHLEEN O’BRIEN &
KATHLEEN SMITH

A geological and natural history
ELLEN MORRIS BISHOP

JUDE SIEGEL

Ideas, tips, checklists, and
resources for green-home
planning, construction,
remodeling, and maintenance;
extensively illustrated with
photos and diagrams.

A beautifully photographed
and expertly written account of
Oregon's fascinating geological
story, featuring Mount Hood,
Crater Lake, and Smith Rock.

200 recipes that celebrate the
flavors of Oregon and Washington
DEBRA DANIELS-ZELLER

paperback, 8 x 9"
304 pp, b&w photos throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-797-9
Product No. 682797
eISBN: 978-1-60469-021-7

66

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paperback, 81/2 x 11"
288 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-789-4
Product No. 682789
Frances Fuller Victor Award

Siegel offers practical tips
for working with pen and
watercolor to create pages
rich in personal meaning.
paperback, 75/8 x 91/4"
204 pp, b&w illustrations throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-791-7
Product No. 682791

The Arts and Crafts
Movement in the
Pacific Northwest
LAWRENCE KREISMAN &
GLENN MASON

200 meat-free recipes
that make the most of the
region's bounty, with profiles
of important growers and
beekeepers.

A comprehensive exploration
of the arts and crafts legacy
in the Pacific Northwest, with
nearly 400 photographs and
period graphics.

paperback, 71/2 x 9"
272 pp, b&w photographs throughout
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-034-7
Product No. 689034

hardcover, 81/2 x 11"
400 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-849-5
Product No. 682849

TITLE INDEX

#
50 Beautiful Deer-Resistant Plants, Clausen 40
50 High-Impact, Low-Care Garden Plants,
DiSabato-Aust 30
400 Trees and Shrubs for Small Spaces,
Miller 43

A
A to Z of Plant Names, Coombes, 55
Agaves, Starr 47
Air Plants, Sengo 63
American Azaleas, Towe 44
American Home Landscapes, Adams,
Burchfield 31

Botanical Latin, Stearn 55

Designing the New Kitchen Garden, Bartley 27

Botany for Gardeners, Capon 52

Designing with Conifers, Bitner 45

Bringing Nature Home, Tallamy 34

Designing with Grasses, Lucas 36

Buried Treasures, Rukšˉans 50

Designing with Succulents,
Baldwin 47

C
Cacti and Succulents for Cold
Climates, Chance 46
California Foraging, Lowry 57
California Mushrooms, Desjardin, Wood,
Stevens 57

Edible Front Yard, Soler 26

Camellias, Trehane 44

Encyclopedia of Container Plants, Rogers,
Cardillo 30

Carnivorous Plants, Hewitt-Cooper 21
Clematis for Small Spaces, Evison 44

Anxious Gardener’s Book of Answers, Chace 54

Collector’s Garden, Druse 36

Armitage’s Vines and Climbers,
Armitage 41
Art of Botanical Drawing,
Ravet-Haevermans 62

Coleus, Rogers 46

Color Encyclopedia of Cape Bulbs, Manning,
Goldblatt, Snijman 50

Encyclopedia of Grasses for Livable
Landscapes, Darke 34

Complete Book of Garlic, Meredith 28

Encyclopedia of Herbs, Tucker, DeBaggio 27

Complete Book of Potatoes, De Jong, Sieczka,
De Jong 28

Encyclopedia of Northwest Native Plants for
Gardens and Landscapes, Robson, Richter,
Filbert 41

Complete Chile Pepper Book, DeWitt, Bosland
26

Art of Gardening, Thomas 4

Conifers of the World, Eckenwalder 45

B
Bamboo for Gardens, Meredith 48
Beatrix Potter's Gardening Life, McDowell 59
Beautiful No-Mow Yards, Hadden 35
Bees, Wasps, and Ants, Grissell 58

Encyclopedia of Exotic Plants for Temperate
Climates, Giles 46
Encyclopedia of Garden Ferns,
Olsen 48

Concrete Garden Projects, Arvidsson, Nilsson
63

Attracting Beneficial Bugs, Walliser 53

Encyclopedia of Culivated Palms, Riffle, Craft,
Zona 46

Color Concrete Garden Projects, Smith, Snyder 63

Art of Creative Pruning, Hobson 45
Arts and Crafts Movement in the Pacific
Northwest, Kreisman, Mason 66

Down to Earth with Helen Dillon, Dillon 60

Calochortus, Gerritsen, Parsons 51

American Woodland Garden,
Darke 34

Armitage’s Native Plants for North American
Gardens, Armitage 41

Down the Kitchen Sink, Nichols 60

E

Child’s Garden, Dannenmaier 32

Armitage’s Garden Perennials,
Armitage 41

Dogwoods, Cappiello, Shadow 43

California Native Landscape, Rubin, Warren 41

American Meadow Garden, Greenlee, Holt 35

Apples of North America, Burford 28

Dirr’s Encyclopedia of Trees and Shrubs,
Dirr 43

Contemporary Color in the
Landscape, Wilson 31
Craft Beers of the Pacific Northwest, Morrison
66
Creating Rain Gardens, WoelfleErskine, Uncapher 35
Creative Shrub Garden, McIndoe 43
Crocuses, Rukšˉans 50
Culinary Herbal, Belsinger, Tucker 12

Essential Garden Design Workbook, Alexander
30
Essential Garden Maintenance Workbook,
Alexander 30
Essential Wines and Wineries of the Pacific
Northwest, Danehower 66
Essential Perennials, Clausen, Christopher 40
Exotic Planting for Adventurous Gardeners,
Lloyd 46
Explorer’s Garden, Hinkley 42

F
Fearless Color Gardens, Meadows 32

Cultivating Chaos, Reif, Kress, Becker 19

Field Guide to Peppers, Dewitt, Lamson 14

Cultivating Garden Style, Greayer 31

Food Plants of the World, van Wyk 28

Cut Flowers of the World, Maree,
van Wyk 56

Fragrant Orchids, Frowine 51

D

From Art to Landscape, Smith 31

Black Plants, Bonine 42
Bloom-Again Orchids, judywhite 51

Daffodil, Kingsbury 50

Bloom’s Best Perennials and Grasses, Bloom 38

Decoding Gardening Advice, Gillman, Maynard
54

G

Beginner’s Guide to Growing
Heirloom Vegetables, Iannotti 28
Big Gardens in Small Spaces, Cox 36
Bizarre Botanicals, Mellichamp,
Gross 55

Bonsai with Japanese Maples,
Adams 45

Deep-Rooted Wisdom, Farmer 59

Book of Gardening Projects for Kids,
Cohen, Fisher 62

Designing and Planting a Woodland Garden,
Wiley 36

Book of Little Hostas, Shadrack, Shadrack 48

Designing and Renovating Larger Gardens,
Coltart 36

Free-Range Chicken Gardens, Bloom 37
Fruit Trees in Small Spaces, Eierman 26

Garden Gallery, Little, Lewis 32
Garden Plants of China, Valder 49
Gardener’s Guide to Cactus, Calhoun 47
Gardener’s Guide to Weather and Climate,
Allaby 52
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TITLE INDEX
Gardening for a Lifetime, Eddison 59
Gardening for the Birds, Adams 35
Gardening in Miniature, Calvo 63

J
Japanese Maples, Vertrees, Gregory 45

Native Plants of the Northeast, Leopold 41
Native Plants of the Southeast, Mellichamp 41
Native Trees for North American Landscapes,
Sternberg 43

Gardening with Shape, Line and Texture,
Hawthorne 32

K

Gardening with Woodland Plants, Junker 36

Keeping Bees in Towns and Cities, Dixon 58

Native Trees of the Southeast, Kirkman, Brown,
Leopold 44

Keshiki Bonsai, Kobayashi 63

Natural History of Conifers, Farjon 45

Kingdom Fungi, Stephenson 57

Natural World of Winnie-the-Pooh, Aalto 2

Kitchen Gardener’s Handbook, Bartley 27

Naturescaping Workbook, Young 53

Know Maintenance Perennial Garden,
Diblik 35

New American Landscape, Christopher 60

Gardens in China, Valder 48
Green Roof Manual, Snodgrass, McIntyre 33
Green Roof Plants, Snodgrass, Snodgrass 50
Greenhouse Gardener's Manual, Marshall 53
Growing Carnivorous Plants, Rice 49
Growing Hardy Orchids, Tullock 51
Growing the Midwest Garden, Lyons 36
Growing the Northeast Garden, Keys 36
Growing the Southwest Garden, Phillips 36
Guide to Bearded Irises, Norris 50
Guide to West Coast Cheese, Davies 66

H

L

Handmade Garden Projects,
Forkner 63
Hellebores, Burrell, Tyler 40
Hellstrip Gardening, Hadden 35
Herbal Apothecary, Pursell 10
High-Impact, Low-Carbon Gardening, Bowe 53
Homegrown Berries, 27
How Plants Work, Chalker, Scott 52
How to Buy the Right Plants, Tools, and
Garden Supplies, Fox 54

New Encyclopedia of Hostas, Grenfell,
Shadrack 48

Landscapes of Change, Thoren 32

New Encyclopedia of Orchids, la Croix 51

Landscaping for Privacy, Wingate 37

New Low-Maintenance Garden, Easton 37

Latin for Bird Lovers, Lederer, Burr 58

Niwaki, Hobson 45

Laughter on the Stairs, Nichols 60

Nonstop Garden, Cohen, Benner 37

Lavender Lover’s Handbook, Bader 27

North American Guide to Common Poisonous
Plants and Mushrooms, Turner, von Aderkas 55

Layered Garden, Culp, Levine 32

Handbook of Natural Plant Dyes, Duerr 62

New Encyclopedia of Daylilies, Petit, Peat 38

Left Coast Roast, Neuschwander 66

Northeast Foraging, Meredith 57

Lilacs, Fiala, Vrugtman 44

Northwest Green Home Primer,
O’Brien, Smith 66

Living Landscape, Darke, Tallamy 34

Northwest Nature Guide, Davis 65

M
Macrophotography for Gardeners and Nature
Lovers, Detrick 62
Magical World of Moss Gardening, Martin 49
Managing the Wet Garden, Simmons 49
Manual of Interior Plantscaping, Fediw 18

Northwest Vegetarian Cookbook, Daniels-Zeller 66

O
Octopus, Mather, Anderson, Wood 58
Oregon Companion, Engeman 64
Organic Backyard Vineyard, Powers 26

How to Eradicate Invasive Plants, Chace 53

Manual of Seed Saving, Heistinger 56

P

How the Government Got in Your Backyard,
Gillman, Heberlig 54

Medicinal Plants of the World, van Wyk, Wink
56

Pacific Northwest Nature Sketchbook, Siegel 66

How to Grow a School Garden, Bucklin-Sporer,
Pringle 53

Midwest Foraging, Rose 57

Pacific Northwest Foraging, Deur 57
Pacific Northwest Garden Tour, Olson 64

Hydrangeas for American Gardens, Dirr 43

Mind-Altering and Poisonous Plants of the
World, Wink, van Wyk 55

Hydrangeas, Lawson-Hall, Rothera 44

Moss Gardening, Schenk 49

Perennials, Carter, Becker, Lilly 38

Mosaic Garden Projects, Brody 63

I

Moth Orchids, Frowine 51

Illustrated Encyclopedia of Orchids,
Pridgeon 51
In Search of Ancient Oregon,
Bishop 66
Indestructible Houseplant, Martin 62
Insects and Gardens, Grissell 58
Insects of the Pacific Northwest, Haggard 65
Inspired Landscape, Cohen 16
Iris Family, Goldblatt, Manning 50

68

Manual of Plant Grafting, MacDonald 56

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Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest, Trudell,
Ammirati 65
Mushrooms of the Rocky Mountain Region,
Evenson 57
Must-See Birds of the PNW, Swanson,
Smith 65

Pedal Portland, Roll 64

Perennial Companions, Fischer 42
Perennials for Midwestern Gardens, Kahtz 42
Perennials for the Southwest, Irish 42
Phlox, Locklear 40
Plant Breeding for the Home Gardener,
Tychonievich 53
Plant Conservation, Walker 58
Plant-Driven Design, Ogden, Ogden 31

My Garden, the City and Me, Babbs 59

Plant Form, Bell 55

N

Plant Lover's Guide to Asters, Picton 39

Native American Ethnobotany, Moerman 56

Plant Lover's Guide to Epimediums, Gregson 39

Native American Food Plants, Moerman 56

Plant Lover's Guide to Ferns, Steffen, Olsen 39

Native American Medicinal Plants, Moerman
56

Plant Lover's Guide to Salvias, Whittlesey 39

Plant Lover's Guide to Dahlias, Vernon 39

Plant Lover's Guide to Sedums, Horvath 39

Plant Lover's Guide to Snowdrops, Slade 39
Plant Lover's Guide to Tulips, Wilford 39
Plantiful, Green 38
Planting, Oudolf, Kingsbury 33
Planting and Maintaining a Tree Collection,
Toomer 45
Planting Green Roofs and Living Walls,
Kingsbury, Dunnett 33
Planting in a Post-Wild World, Rainer, West 17
Planting the Dry Shade Garden, Rice 35
Plants from Test Tubes, Bridgen, Kyte, Kleyn,
Scoggins 56
Plants With Style, Norris 9
Poisonous Plants, Frohne, Pfänder 55
Portland City Walks, Foster 64
Portland Forest Hikes, Thayer 64
Portland Hill Walks, Foster 64
Portland Stairs Book, Foster 64

Small Green Roofs, Dunnett, Gedge, Little,
Snodgrass 33

Trees and Shrubs of the Pacific Northwest,
Turner, Kuhlman 65

Small-Space Container Gardens, Richardson 30

Trees and Shrubs for the Southwest, Irish 44

Small-Space Vegetable Gardens, Bellamy 27

Trees for All Seasons, Hogan 44

Southeast Foraging, Bennett 57

Trees Up Close, Hugo 61

So You Want to Be a Garden Designer,
Howard 54

¡Tropicalismo!, Baggett 46

So You Want to Start a Nursery, Avent 54
Speedy Vegetable Garden, Diacono,
Leendertz 28
Start a Community Food Garden, Joy,
Leendertz 27

Truth About Garden Remedies, Gillman 54
Truth About Organic Gardening, Gillman 54

U
Uncommon Fruits for Every Garden, Reich 28

Steppes, Denver Botanic Garden 50

Understanding Garden Design, Nagel 37

Succulent Container Gardens, Baldwin 47

Unexpected Houseplant, Martin 62

Succulents Simplified, Baldwin 47
Sunlight on the Lawn, Nichols 60

V

Super-Charged, Rendon 58

Vanilla Orchids, Cameron 51

Sweet Pea Book, Rice 40

Vegetable Gardener’s Guide to Permaculture,
Shein, Thompson 27

Powerhouse Plants, Rice 38

T

Practical Bamboos, Whittaker 48

Tall Perennials, Turner 38

Practical Permaculture, Bloom, Boehnlein 37

Taming the Truffle, Hall, Brown, Zambonelli 28

Prairie-Style Gardens, Steiner 40

Teaming with Microbes, Lowenfels 52

Professional Design Guide to Green Roofs,
Dakin, Benjamin, Pantiel 33

Teaming with Nutrients, Lowenfels 52

Professional Designer's Guide to Garden
Furnishings, Nagel 37

Therapeutic Gardens, Wagenfeild, Winterbottom
33

Pruning of Trees, Shrubs and Conifers, Brown,
Kirkham 45

Timber Press Dictionary of Plant Names, von
Erhardt, Seybold, Bödeker, Götz 55

What’s Wrong With My Fruit Garden?,
Deardorff, Wadsworth 26

R

Timber Press Encyclopedia of Flowering
Shrubs, Gardiner 44

What’s Wrong With My Houseplant?, Deardorff,
Wadsworth 8

Rain Gardens, Dunnett, Clayden 35

Timber Press Guide to Succulent Plants of the
World, Dortort 46

What’s Wrong With My Plant? (And How Do I
Fix It?), Deardorff, Wadsworth 26, 53

Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in
the Midwest, Vanderbrug 15

What’s Wrong With My Vegetable Garden?,
Deardorff, Wadsworth 26

Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in
the Mountain States, Newcomer 29

Wild Fruit, Génevé 58

Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in
the Northeast, Iannotti 29

Why Grow That When You Can Grow This?, Keys 42

Pots in the Garden, Rogers 30

Rancho Gordo Heirloom Bean Grower’s Guide,
Sando 28
Reference Manual of Woody Plant Propagation,
Dirr, Heuser 43
Revolutionary Yardscape, Levesque 62
Rhapsody in Green, Nichols, Dicks 60
Rock Garden Plant Primer, Grey-Wilson 49
Rock Garden Plants, Mineo 49
Roots of My Obsession, Cooper 59
Roses Without Chemicals, Kukielski 38

S
Saxifrages, McGregor 51
Seeing Flowers, Chace 61
Seeing Trees, Hugo 61
Seeing Seeds, Chace 6

Terrarium Craft, Aiello, Bryant 63

Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in
the PNW, Forkner 29
Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in
the Southeast, Wallace 29
Timber Press Pocket Guide to Vegetable
Gardening in Southern California, Miller 15

Viburnums, Dirr 43
View from Great Dixter, Alexander, Garrett 60

W
Waterwise Plants for Sustainable Gardens,
Ogden, Ogden 42
Well-Designed Mixed Garden, DiSabato-Aust 30
Well-Tended Perennial Garden, DiSabato-Aust 30

Wild Garden, Robinson, Darke 34
Wildflowers of New England, Elliman 22
Wildflowers of the Pacific Northwest, Turner,
Gustafson 65
Wildlife of the Pacific Northwest, Moskowitz 65
Willamette River Field Guide, Williams 64
Wolves in the Land of Salmon, Moskowitz 65

Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in
the Southwest, Shirey 29
Timber Press Pocket Guide to Bamboos,
Meredith 48
Timber Press Pocket Guide to Conifers, Bitner 45

Self-Sustaining Garden, Thompson 32

Timber Press Pocket Guide to Hostas, Grenfell,
Shadrack 48

Shade, Wiley 48

Timber Press Pocket Guide to Palms, Riffle 46

Short History of the Honey Bee, ReadickerHenderson, Ilona 58

Timber Press Pocket Guide to Water Garden
Plants, Speichert, Speichert 49
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AUTHOR INDEX

A

Burrell, C. and J. Tyler Hellebores, 40

Aalto, K. Natural World of Winnie-thePooh, 2
Adams, D. and L. Burchfield American Home
Landscapes, 31
Adams, G. Gardening for the Birds, 35
Adams, P. Bonsai with Japanese Maples, 45
Aiello, A. and K. Bryant Terrarium Craft, 63
Alexander, R. Essential Garden Design Workbook, 30
Essential Garden Maintenance Workbook, 30
Alexander, R. and F. Garrett View from Great
Dixter, 60
Allaby, M. Gardener's Guide to Weather and
Climate, 52
Dictionary of Science Gardeners, 20
Armitage, A. Armitage’s Garden Perennials, 41
Armitage’s Native Plants for North American
Gardens, 41

C
Calhoun, S. Gardener’s Guide to Cactus, 47
Calvo, J. Gardening in Miniature, 63
Cameron, K. Vanilla Orchids, 51
Capon, B. Botany for Gardeners, 52
Cappiello, P. and D. Shadow Dogwoods, 43
Carter, S., C. Becker, and B. Lilly Perennials, 38
Chace, T. Anxious Gardener's Book of Answers, 54
How to Eradicate Invasive Plants, 53
Seeing Flowers, 61
Seeing Seeds, 6
Chalker-Scott, L. How Plants Work, 52
Chance, L. Cacti and Succulents for Cold
Climates, 46
Christopher, T. New American Landscape, 60

Armitage’s Vines and Climbers, 41

Clausen, R. 50 Beautiful Deer-Resistant Plants, 40

Arvidsson, C. and M. Nilsson Concrete Garden
Projects, 63

Essential Perennials, 40

Avent, T. So You Want to Start a Nursery, 54

Cohen, S. and J. Benner Nonstop Garden, 37

B

Cohen, W. and J. Fisher Book of Gardening
Projects for Kids, 62

Babbs, H. My Garden, the City and Me, 59
Bader, S. Lavender Lover’s Handbook, 27
Baggett, P. ¡Tropicalismo!, 46
Baldwin, D. Designing with Succulents, 47
Succulent Container Gardens, 47
Succulents Simplified, 47
Bartley, J. Designing the New Kitchen Garden, 27
Kitchen Gardener’s Handbook, 27
Bell, A., Plant Form, 55
Bellamy, A., Small-Space Vegetable Gardens, 27
Bennett, C., Southeast Foraging, 57
Bishop, E. In Search of Ancient Oregon, 66
Bitner, R. Designing with Conifers, 45
Timber Press Pocket Guide to Conifers, 45
Bloom, A. Bloom’s Best Perennials and Grasses, 38
Bloom, J. Free-Range Chicken Gardens, 37
Practical Permaculture, 37

Cohen, S. Inspired Landscape, 16

Coltart, D. Designing and Renovating Larger
Gardens, 36
Coombes, A. A to Z of Plant Names, 55
Cooper, T. Roots of My Obsession, 59
Cox, M. Big Gardens in Small Spaces, 36
Culp, D. with A. Levine Layered Garden, 32

Desjardin, D., M. Wood, F. Sterens. California
Mushrooms, 57
Detrick, A. Macrophotography for Gardeners and
Nature Lovers, 62
Deur, D. Pacific Northwest Foraging, 57
DeWitt, D. and P. Bosland Complete Chile Pepper
Book, 26
Field Guide to Peppers, 14
Diacono, M. and L. Leendertz Speedy Vegetable
Garden, 28
Diblik, R. Know Maintenance Perennial Garden,
35
Dillon, H. Down to Earth with Helen Dillon, 60
Dirr, M. Dirr’s Encyclopedia of Trees and Shrubs, 43
Hydrangeas for American Gardens, 43
Viburnums, 43
Dirr, M. and C. Heuser Reference Manual of
Woody Plant Propagation, 43
DiSabato-Aust, T. 50 High-Impact, Low-Care
Garden Plants, 30
Well-Designed Mixed Garden, 30
Well-Tended Perennial Garden, 30
Dixon, L. Keeping Bees in Towns and Cities, 58
Dortort, F. Timber Press Guide to Succulent
Plants of the World, 46
Druse, K. Collector’s Garden, 36
Duerr, S. Handbook of Natural Plant Dyes, 62
Dunnett, N. and A. Clayden Rain Gardens, 35
Dunnett, N., D. Gedge, J. Little, and E. Snodgrass
Small Green Roofs, 33

D

E

Dakin, K., L. Benjamin, and M. Pantiel
Professional Design Guide to Green Roofs, 33

Easton, V. New Low-Maintenance Garden, 37

Danehower, C. Essential Wines and Wineries of
the Pacific Northwest, 66

Eddison, S. Gardening for a Lifetime, 59

Daniels-Zeller, D. Northwest Vegetarian
Cookbook, 66

Eckenwalder, J. Conifers of the World, 45
Eierman, C. Fruit Trees in Small Spaces, 26
Elliman, T. Wildflowers of New England, 22

Dannenmaier, M. Child’s Garden, 32

Engeman, R. Oregon Companion, 64

Darke, R. American Woodland Garden, 34

Evenson, Y. Mushrooms of the Rocky Moutain
Region, 57

Encyclopedia of Grasses for Livable Landscapes,
34

Bonine, P. Black Plants, 42

Darke, R. and D. Tallamy The Living Landscape,
34

Bowe, A. High-Impact, Low-Carbon Gardening, 53

Davies, S. Guide to West Coast Cheese, 66

Bridgens, M., H. Scoggins, J. Kleyn, and M.
Bridgen Plants from Test Tubes, 56

Davis, J. Northwest Nature Guide, 65

Evison, R. Clematis for Small Spaces, 44

F
Farjon, A. Natural History of Conifers, 45
Farmer, A. Deep-Rooted Wisdom, 59

Brody, M., Mosaic Garden Projects, 63

De Jong, H., J. Sieczka, and W. De Jong Complete
Book of Potatoes, 28

Brown, G. and T. Kirkham Pruning of Trees,
Shrubs and Conifers, 45

Deardorff, D. and K. Wadsworth What’s Wrong
With My Fruit Garden?, 26

Bucklin-Sporer, A. and R. Pringle How to Grow a
School Garden, 53

What’s Wrong With My Houseplant? 8

Forkner, L. Handmade Garden Projects, 63

Burford, T. Apples of N. America, 28

What’s Wrong With My Plant? (And How Do I
Fix It?), 26, 53

Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in
the PNW, 29

Burr C., R. Lederer Latin for Bird Lovers, 58

What’s Wrong With My Vegetable Garden?, 26

Foster, L. Portland City Walks, 64

Denver Botanic Gardens, Steppes, 50
70

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Fediw, K. Manual of Interior Plantscaping, 18
Fiala, J. and F. Vrugtman Lilacs, 44
Fischer, T. Perennial Companions, 42

Portland Hill Walks, 64
Portland Stairs Book, 64
Fox, J. How to Buy the Right Plants, Tools, and
Garden Supplies, 54
Frohne, D. and H. Pfänder Poisonous Plants, 55
Frowine, S. Fragrant Orchids, 51
Moth Orchids, 51

G
Gardiner, J. Timber Press Encyclopedia of Flowering
Shrubs, 44
Génevé, A. Wild Fruit, 58
Gerritsen, M. and R. Parsons Calochortus, 51
Giles, W. Encyclopedia of Exotic Plants for
Temperate Climates, 46
Gillman, J. Truth About Garden Remedies, 54
Truth About Organic Gardening, 54
Gillman, J. and E. Heberlig How the Government
Got in Your Backyard, 54
Gillman, J. and M. Maynard Decoding Gardening
Advice, 54

Hugo, N. Seeing Trees, 61
Trees up Close, 61

I
Iannotti, M. Beginner’s Guide to Growing
Heirloom Vegetables, 28
Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in
the Northeast, 29
Irish, M. Perennials for the Southwest, 42
Trees and Shrubs for the Southwest, 44

J
Joy, L. Start a Community Food Garden, 27
judywhite Bloom-Again Orchids, 51
Junker, K. Gardening with Woodland Plants, 36

K
Kahtz, A. Perennials for Midwestern Gardens, 42
Keys, A. Why Grow That When You Can Grow
This?, 42
Growing the Northeast Garden, 36

M
MacDonald, P. The Manual of Plant Grafting, 56
Manning, J., P. Goldblatt, and D. Snijman Color
Encyclopedia of Cape Bulbs, 50
Maree, J. and B. van Wyk Cut Flowers of the
World, 56
Marshall, R. The Greenhouse Gardener's Manual,
53
Martin, A. Magical World of Moss Gardening, 49
Martin, T. Indestructible Houseplant, 62
Unexpected Houseplant, 62
Mather, J., R. Anderson, and
J. Wood Octopus, 58
McDowell, M. Beatrix Potter's Gardening Life, 59
McGregor, M. Saxifrages, 51
McIndoe, A. Creative Shrub Garden, 43
Meadows, K. Fearless Color Gardens, 32
Mellichamp, L. Native Plants of the Southeast,
41
Mellichamp, L. and P. Gross Bizarre
Botanicals, 55

Goldblatt, P. and J. Manning Iris Family, 50

Kingsbury, N. Daffodil, 50

Meredith, L. Northeast Foraging, 57

Greayer, R. Cultivating Garden Style, 31

Meredith, T. Bamboo for Gardens, 48

Green, K. Plantiful, 38

Kingsbury, N. and N. Dunnett Planting Green
Roofs and Living Walls, 33

Greenlee, J. and S. Holt American Meadow
Garden, 35

Kirkman, K., C. Brown, and D. Leopold Native
Trees of the Southeast, 44

Timber Press Pocket Guide to Bamboos, 48

Gregson, S. Plant Lover's Guide to Epimediums,
39

Kobayashi, K. Keshiki Bonsai, 63

Miller, D. 400 Trees and Shrubs for Small Spaces,
43

Kreisman, L. and G. Mason Arts and Crafts
Movement in the Pacific Northwest, 66

Miller, G. Timber Press Guide to Vegetable
Gardening in Southern California, 15

Timber Press Pocket Guide to Hostas, 48

Kuhlman, E. and M. Turner Trees and Shrubs of
the Pacific Northwest, 65

Mineo, B. Rock Garden Plants, 49

Grey-Wilson, C. Rock Garden Plant Primer, 49

Kukielski, P. Roses Without Chemicals, 38

Grenfell, D. and M. Shadrack New Encyclopedia
of Hostas, 48

Grissell, E. Bees, Wasps, and Ants, 58
Insects and Gardens, 58

H

L
la Croix, I. New Encyclopedia of Orchids, 51

Complete Book of Garlic, 28

Moerman, D. Native American Ethnobotany, 56
Native American Food Plants, 56
Native American Medicinal Plants, 56
Morrison, L. Craft Beers of the Pacific
Northwest, 66

Lederer, R. and C. Burr Latin for Bird Lovers, 58

Moskowitz, D. Wildlife of the Pacific
Northwest, 65

Leopold, D. Native Plants of the Northeast, 41

Wolves in the Land of Salmon, 65

Haggard, P. and J. Haggard Insects of the Pacific
Northwest, 65

Levesque, M. Revolutionary Yardscape, 62
Little, G. and D. Lewis Garden Gallery, 32

N

Hall, I., G. Brown, and A. Zambonelli Taming the
Truffle, 28

Llewellyn, R. Seeing Flowers, 61

Nagel, V. Understanding Garden Design, 37

Hawthorne, L. Gardening with Shape, Line and
Texture, 32

Seeing Seeds, 6
Seeing Trees, 61

The Professional Designer's Guide to Garden
Furnishings, 37

Trees Up Close, 61

Neuschwander, H. Left Coast Roast, 66

Lloyd, C. Exotic Planting for Adventurous
Gardeners, 46

Newcomer, M. Timber Press Guide to Vegetable
Gardening in the Mountain States, 29

Locklear, J. Phlox, 40

Nichols, B. Down the Kitchen Sink, 60

Lowenfels, J. Teaming with Nutrients, 52

Laughter on the Stairs, 60

Hogan, S. Trees for All Seasons, 44

Lowenfels, J. and W. Lewis Teaming with
Microbes, 52

Sunlight on the Lawn, 60

Horvath, B. Plant Lover's Guide to Sedums, 39

Lowry, J. California Foraging, 57

Howard, L. So You Want to Be a Garden Designer,
54

Norris, K. Guide to Bearded Irises, 50

Lucas, N. Designing with Grasses, 36

Plants With Style, 9

Hadden, E. Beautiful No-Mow Yards 35
Hellstrip Gardening, 35

Heistinger, A. Manual of Seed Saving, 56
Hewitt-Cooper, N. Carnivorous Plants, 21
Hinkley, D. Explorer’s Garden, 42
Hobson, J. Art of Creative Pruning, 45
Niwaki, 45

Nichols, B. and R. Dicks Rhapsody in Green, 60

Lyon, E. Growing the Midwest Garden, 36
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O

S

O’Brien, K. and K. Smith Northwest Green Home
Primer, 66

Sando, S. Rancho Gordo Heirloom Bean Grower’s
Guide, 28

Ogden, S. and L. Ogden Plant-Driven Design, 31

Schenk, G. Moss Gardening, 49

Waterwise Plants for Sustainable Gardens, 42

Sengo, Z., G. Air Plants, 63

Olsen, S. Encyclopedia of Garden Ferns, 48

Shadrack, K. and M. Shadrack Book of Little
Hostas, 48

Plant Lover's Guide to Ferns, 39
Olsen, D. Pacific Northwest Garden Tour, 64
Oudolf, P. and N. Kingsbury Planting, 33

P

Shein, C. with J. Thompson Vegetable Gardener’s
Guide to Permaculture, 27
Shirey, T. The Timber Press Guide to Vegetable
Gardening in the Southwest, 29
Siegel, J. Pacific Northwest Nature Sketchbook, 66

Peat, J. and T. Petit New Encyclopedia of
Daylilies, 38
Phillips, J. Growing the Southwest Garden, 36
Picton, H and P. Piction Plant Lover's Guide to
Asters, 39
Powers, T. Organic Backyard Vineyard, 26

R
Rainer, T and C. West, Planting in a Post-Wild
World, 17
Ravet-Haevermans, A. Art of Botanical Drawing, 62
Readicker-Henderson, E. and Ilona
Short History of the Honey Bee, 58

Simmons, J. Managing the Wet Garden, 49

Smith, W. From Art to Landscape, 31
Snodgrass, E. and L. McIntyre Green Roof
Manual, 33
Snodgrass, E. and L. Snodgrass Green Roof
Plants, 50
Soler, I. Edible Front Yard, 26
Speichert, G. and S. Speichert Timber Press
Pocket Guide to Water Garden Plants, 49
Starr, G. Agaves, 47

Rendon, J. Super-Charged, 58

Steiner, L. Prairie-Style Gardens, 40

Rice, B. Growing Carnivorous Plants, 48

Stephenson, S. Kingdom Fungi, 57

Rice, G. Planting the Dry Shade Garden, 35

Sternberg, G. Native Trees for North American
Landscapes, 43

Powerhouse Plants, 38
Sweet Pea Book, 40

Swanson, S. and M. Smith Must-See Birds, 65

Richardson, F. Small-Space Container
Gardens, 30

T
Thompson, P. Self-Sustaining Garden, 32
Thoren, R. Landscapes of Change, 32

Rogers, R. and R. Cardillo Encyclopedia of
Container Plants, 30

Trehane, J. Camellias, 44

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Vertrees, J. and P. Gregory Japanese Maples, 45
von Erhardt, W., S. Seybold, N. Bödeker, and E. Götz
Timber Press Dictionary of Plant Names, 55

W
Wagenfeld, A and D. Winterbottom, Therapeutic
Gardens, 33
Walker, T. Plant Conservation, 58
Wallace, I. Timber Press Guide to Vegetable
Gardening in the Southeast, 29
Walliser, J. Attracting Beneficial Bugs, 53
Whittaker, P. Practical Bamboos, 48
Wiley, K. Designing and Planting a Woodland
Garden, 36
Shade, 48
Whittlesey, J. Plant Lover's Guide to Salvias, 39
Wilford, R. Plant Lover's Guide to Tulips, 39
Williams, T. Willamette River Field Guide, 64
Wilson, A. Contemporary Color in the Landscape,
31
Wink, M. and B. van Wyk Mind-Altering and
Poisonous Plants of the World, 55

Thompson, R. Art of Gardening, 4

Towe, L. American Azaleas, 44

Rukšˉans, J. Buried Treasures, 50
Crocuses, 50

van Wyk, B. Food Plants of the World, 28

Thayer, J. Portland Forest Hikes, 64

Pots in the Garden, 30

Rubin, G. and L. Warren California Native
Landscape, 41

VanderBurg, M Timber Press Guide to Vegetable
Gardening in the MIdwest, 15

Wingate, M. Landscaping for Privacy, 37

Toomer, S. Planting and Maintaining a Tree
Collection, 45

Rose, L. Midwest Foraging, 57

Valder, P. Garden Plants of China, 42
Gardens in China, 49

Tallamy, D. Bringing Nature Home, 34

Rogers, R. Coleus, 46

Roll, T. Pedal Portland, 64

V

Vernon, A. Plant Lover's Guide to Dahlias, 39

Steffen, R. and S. Olsen Plant Lovers Guide to
Ferns, 39

Robson, K., A. Richter, and M. Filbert
Encyclopedia of Northwest Native Plants for
Gardens and Landscapes, 41

Tychonievich, J. Plant Breeding for the Home
Gardener, 53

Smith, M. and M. Snyder Color Concrete Garden
Projects, 63

Reif, J., C. Kress and J. Becker Cultivating Chaos,
19

Robinson, W. and R. Darke Wild Garden, 34

Turner, R. Tall Perennials, 38

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