SPRING 2016

Letter from the editor
Over the course of its history, the presidents and their families found all sorts
of ways to use and enjoy the White House garden. James Madison and Michelle
Obama grew food. Ike played golf. JFK, not Jackie, planned and oversaw the
installation of the rose garden. And no doubt many of them found it a peaceful
respite at the end of a long day. All the Presidents’ Gardens reveals the stories
behind the development of the most famous garden in the United States and
how it has served as a backdrop to history.
Our readers are no different from the presidents, using their gardens and the
natural world around them in a multitude of ways. Timber Press has books that
will help them grow their garden, further their appreciation of nature, and teach
them how to be better stewards of the earth.
In Beaks, Bones, and Bird Songs readers will gain a greater understanding of
the miraculous feats that birds perform every day in their efforts to survive.
For those who garden indoors, Sunken Gardens shows how to create magical
underwater gardens that are tiny self-contained ecosystems. Though most
people experience a garden with their eyes, engaging their sense of smell can
bring a garden more fully to life. The Aromatherapy Garden tells the best plants
to grow for fragrance and how to use them both in the garden and in the home.
And since everyone would like a comfortable place to sit, Hand-Built Outdoor
Furniture offers instructions for building stools, benches, and chairs to sink
into while kicking back to enjoy the garden.
These are just a few of the highlights from this season’s new titles. Our catalog
offers many more opportunities to help readers garden like a president.

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New Releases2
Backlist 
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HERBS AND EDIBLES 

24

REGIONAL VEGETABLE GARDENING 

28

GARDEN DESIGN

29

PERENNIALS AND ANNUALS 

38

TREES AND SHRUBS

43

SPECIALTY PLANTS 

46

SCIENCE FOR GARDENERS

51

GARDEN REFERENCE

52

NATURE

56

FIELD GUIDES

58

ARMCHAIR GARDENING 

59

HOUSEPLANTS62
GARDEN CRAFTS

63

PACIFIC NORTHWEST

65

Indexes
Ordering Information

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NEW RELEASES

ALL THE
PRESIDENTS’
GARDENS

Madison’s Cabbages to Kennedy’s
Roses­­–How the White House Grounds
Have Grown with America
MARTA McDOWELL

The eighteen acres that surround the White House have been
an unwitting witness to history—a backdrop for soldiers,
suffragettes, protestors, and activists. Kings and queens have
dined there, bills and treaties have been signed, and presidents
have landed and retreated. The frontyard and backyard for the
first family, it is by extension the nation’s first garden.
All the Presidents’ Gardens tells the
untold history of the White House
Hardcover; 6½ x 9
328 pages; full color throughout grounds. Starting with the seed$29.95 US/ $43.95 CAN/ £20.00 collecting, plant-obsessed George
ISBN: 978-1-60469-589-2
Washington and ending with
Product No: 689589
Michelle Obama’s focus on edibles,
this rich and compelling narrative
reveals how the story of the garden is also the story of America.
Readers learn about Lincoln’s goats, Ike’s putting green, Jackie’s
iconic roses, and Amy Carter’s tree house. They also learn the
plants whose favor has come and gone over the years, and the
gardeners who have been responsible for it all.
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Fully illustrated with new and historical photographs and art,
refreshingly nonpartisan, and releasing just in time for election
year, this is a must read for anyone interested in the red, white,
and green.
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BACKLIST HIGHLIGHTS

978-1-60469-363-8, 689363
$24.95 US/$36.95 CAN/£16.99

978-1-60469-599-1, 689599
$24.95 US/$36.95 CAN/£15.00

Amy Carter’s tree house

Tending a Victory Garden on the South Lawn.

This very giftable package features hundreds of new
and historical photographs and illustrations
A nonpartisan addition to election year displays
Marta McDowell is a bestselling author who is beloved
by booksellers and librarians—Beatrix Potter’s
Kennedy showing the rose garden

Gardening Life has nearly 50,000 copies in print

Sheep grazing during World War I

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. Marta’s
particular interest is in authors and their
gardens, the connection between the pen and the trowel. Beatrix
Potter’s Gardening Life was published in 2013 and Emily
Dickinson’s Gardens was published in 2005.

Michelle Obama breaks ground on the kitchen garden

Eisenhower’s putting green
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NEW RELEASES

COLOR THE
NATURAL
WORLD

SHIPS
OCTOBER
2015

A Timber Press Coloring Book
ZOE KELLER
This whimsical coloring book takes
the user through the vibrant beauty
OCTOBER 2015
of the natural world. From forests
Paperback; 9 x 9
96 pages; 50 b/w illustrations
and deserts to oceans and beyond,
$12.95 US/ $18.95 CAN/ £8.99
and featuring a variety of birds,
ISBN: 978-1-60469-718-6
Product No: 689718
bugs, mammals, and plant life, this
enchanting journey features fifty
rich and detailed illustrations that are waiting to be brought
to life with color.
ZOE KELLER is an illustrator and designer
exploring the intersection of art making, activism,
and the natural sciences. She uses graphite and
ink to create highly detailed images that blend
hints of narrative with images from the natural
world. She graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art in
Baltimore, Maryland. She lives in Portland, Oregon.

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Adult coloring books are a trend with no end in sight­—
they’re a great way to relax and a screen-free activity
for both adults and kids
Explores and celebrates the beauty of flora and fauna in a
fun and interactive way
The perfect addition to displays celebrating gardening,
nature, and wildlife

NEW RELEASES

BEAKS,
BONES, AND
BIRD SONGS
How the Struggle for Survival has
Shaped Birds and Their Behavior
ROGER LEDERER
When we see birds flying from branch to branch happily
chirping, it is easy to imagine they lead simple lives of freedom,
flight, and feathers. What we don’t see is the arduous, lifethreatening challenges they face at every moment.
In Beaks, Bones, and Bird Songs, ornithologist Roger Lederer
guides the reader through the myriad, and often almost
miraculous, things that birds do every day to merely stay
alive. Like the goldfinch, who
manages extreme weather changes
JUNE 2016
by doubling the density of its
Hardcover; 6 x 9
288 pages; illustrations throughout plumage in winter. Or urban
$24.95 US/ $36.95 CAN/£15.00
birds who navigate traffic through
ISBN: 978-1-60469-648-6
Product No: 689648
a keen understanding of posted
speed limits. In engaging and
accessible prose, Lederer shares how and why birds use their
sensory abilities to see ultraviolet light, find food without
seeing it, fly thousands of miles without stopping, change their
songs in noisy cities, navigate by smell, and much more.
Lederer has studied bird behavior for more than thirty years.
In Beaks, Bones, and Bird Songs he shares this knowledge in
an entertaining and eye-opening way that will be widely
embraced by birders and nature lovers.
DR. ROGER LEDERER is a professor emeritus of
biological sciences whose expertise is in ecology,
science education, and ornithology. He has
published over thirty scientific research papers on
birds and seven books, including Ecology and Field
Biology, Amazing Birds, Birds of New England, and
Latin for Bird Lovers. He is regularly consulted by the BBC, National
Geographic, and NPR for his expertise on birds. He maintains the
popular website Ornithology.com. He lives in Chico, California. 

For fans of popular science and readers of books like The
Soul of an Octopus, Feathers, and The Triumph of Seeds
An engaging overview of bird behavior across a variety
of species
From the founder of the popular website Ornithology.com

BACKLIST HIGHLIGHTS
Latin
for

Over 3,000
bird names
explored
and explained

Bird
Lovers
DR. ROGER LEDERER & CAROL BURR

978-1-60469-546-5, 689546
$24.95 US/$36.95 CAN/£14.99

78-1-60469-490-1, 689490
$29.95 US/$43.95 CAN/ £20.00

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NEW RELEASES

EVOLVING
LANDSCAPES
Create Native Gardens that Unfold Over Time
LARRY WEANER & THOMAS CHRISTOPHER
Larry Weaner is an icon in the world of ecological landscape
design—he has designed more than two hundred meadows
and woodland gardens in his thirty years in the business and
is the founder of the annual conference New Directions in the
American Landscape. And now his revolutionary approach is
available to all gardeners.
Evolving Landscapes shows how an ecological approach to
planting can lead to beautiful gardens that buck many of
conventional gardening’s counter-productive, time-consuming
practices. Instead of picking the
wrong plant and then constantly
MAY 2016
Hardcover; 8½ x 10
tilling, weeding, irrigating, and
300 pages; full color throughout
$39.95 US/ $57.95 CAN/ £25.00 fertilizing, Weaner advocates for
choosing plants that are adapted to
ISBN: 978-1-60469-616-5
Product No: 689616
the soil and climate of a specific site,
and letting them naturally evolve over
time. Allowing the plants to find their own niches, to spread
their seed around until they find the microclimate and spot that
suits them best, creates a landscape that is vibrant, dynamic, and
gorgeous year after year.
This lushly-photographed reference is an important moment
in horticulture that will be embraced by anyone looking for a
better, smarter way to garden.

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BACKLIST HIGHLIGHTS

978-1-60469-553-3, 689553
$39.95 US/$57.95 CAN/£25.00

978-1-60469-408-6, 689408
$39.95 US/$57.95 CAN/£25.00

NEW RELEASES

Explains the importance of an ecologically connected garden

The first book from an iconic figure in landscape design 
Ecological planting and using native plants are the leading
trends in garden design for professionals and homeowners
Includes hundreds of inspiring photographs showcasing
successful garden design

Features design tips for meadows and woodlands

LARRY WEANER’S firm Larry Weaner
Landscape Associates has a national
reputation for combining ecological
restoration with traditions of fine
garden design. Weaner is an active
guest lecturer and instructor for
organizations throughout the U.S.
In 1990, he founded New Directions in the American
Landscape, an educational programming series with a
national following. He lives in Erdenheim, Pennsylvania.

Includes suggestions for native
plants for the entire country

THOMAS CHRISTOPHER, a graduate of The New York
Botanical Garden School of Professional Horticulture, has
created gardens for clients for forty years. He is a former
columnist for Horticulture, House & Garden, and Country
Living Gardener, and has been a contributor to the New
York Times and the Journal of the Royal Horticultural
Society. He live in Middletown, Connecticut.

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NEW RELEASES

SUNKEN
GARDENS
A Step-by-Step Guide to
Planting Freshwater Aquariums
KAREN RANDALL
Aquascapes are planted aquariums that combine the DIY
aspects of terrariums with a sophisticated palette of gorgeous
foliage plants. They can be small enough to fit on a desk or
large enough to cover an entire wall, and they often include
live fish. Once a niche hobby, they are poised to be the next big
thing in indoor plant décor.
Sunken Gardens is the first book to
bring this amazing world to a wider
Paperback; 8 x 8¾
256 pages; full color throughout audience. This information-packed
$24.95 US/ $36.95 CAN/£20.00
guide includes everything someone
ISBN: 978-1-60469-592-2
new to the hobby needs to know:
Product No: 689592
it details the equipment needed to
get started, surveys the best plants
for aquascaping, and shows how to design, plant, and maintain
an aquascape. Step-by-step projects show the reader how to
create specific designs, and hundreds of color photographs offer
inspiration for unique creations.
JULY 2016

Sunken Gardens offers DIYers, crafters, and gardeners a
wonderful new underwater world to design!

This growing trend is the next big thing in plant dècor
Everything a hobbyist needs to know
Features hundreds of awe-inspiring photographs

BACKLIST HIGHLIGHTS

KAREN RANDALL is the past president of the
Boston Aquarium Society, and serves on the
board of the Aquatic Gardeners Association
(AGA). She has served as a judge for both
the AGA Aquascaping Contest and the Aqua
Design Amano International Aquatic Plants
Layout Contest since their inception. She lives
in Holliston, Massachusetts.
978-1-60469-234-1, 689234
$18.95 US/$27.95 CAN/£9.99

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978-1-60469-489-5, 689489
$19.95 US/$28.95 CAN/£12.99

NEW RELEASES

HAND-BUILT
OUTDOOR
FURNITURE

20 Step-by-Step Projects Anyone Can Build
KATIE JACKSON
With a few basic tools and a weekend, anyone can build a
beautiful project out of wood for their outdoor space!
Hand-Built Outdoor Furniture covers the basics of
woodworking—how to measure, how to shop for materials,
and how to screw, sand, and paint. The twenty step-by-step
projects are organized by level of difficulty and fully illustrated
with hundreds of clear and easy-tofollow photographs. The finished
APRIL 2016
pieces include simple items like
Paperback; 8 x 9
a trellis, a flower box, and a plant
240 pages; full color throughout
stand, and more complicated
$19.95 US/ $28.95 CAN/ £12.99
ISBN: 978-1-60469-583-0
projects include a chaise lounge,
Product No: 689583
sectional seating with built-in
storage, and a slat bench. The
required materials can be found at local hardware and lumber
stores, and the tools required are basic—no table saws or
routers necessary!
Jackson’s projects are simple, clean, and timeless and work well
within a wide variety of styles. Hand-Built Outdoor Furniture is
the perfect primer for people new to woodworking, DIYers,
and homeowners looking for a simple and affordable way to
decorate their space.

KATIE JACKSON studied visual art and
education at Bennington College, and
was trained at the New England School of
Architectural Woodworking’s cabinetmaking
career training program. She spent several
years teaching woodworking to adolescent
girls at workshops in the Bay Area. Her work
has been featured in national media including
Apartment Therapy, Treehugger, Green Divas Radio Show, and One
Pretty Thing. She lives in Southington, Connecticut.

Twenty projects that can be made in a weekend
Furnish an outdoor room for a fraction of the cost
of store-bought items
Step-by-step instructions for every skill level

BACKLIST HIGHLIGHTS

978-1-60469-539-7, 689539
$19.95 US/$28.95 CAN/£15.00

978-1-60469-185-6, 689185
$19.95 US/$28.95 CAN/£14.99

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NEW RELEASES

THE
AROMATHERAPY
GARDEN
Growing Fragrant Plants for
Happiness and Well-Being
KATHI KEVILLE
Fragrant plants are powerful in many ways. They can modify
our mood and change our frame of mind, reduce stress and
leave us with a sense of contentment, attract pollinators and
deter predators, and even allow plants to communicate with
one another.
In The Aromatherapy Garden Kathi Keville, internationallyknown aromatherapist and herbalist, shows readers how to
create a beautiful, scent-filled garden. This detailed guide shows
how to design for fragrance, with
tips on where to place plants, how
APRIL 2016
Paperback w/ flaps; 7½ x 9
to layer the aromas, and advice on
288 pages; full color throughout
companion plants. A plant directory
$24.95 US/ $36.95 CAN/£17.99
includes growing information
ISBN: 978-1-60469-549-6
Product No: 689549
and aromatherapy uses for eightyeight fragrant plants. And a section
dedicated to bringing fragrance indoors includes simple
techniques for making potpourri, dried wreaths, herb pillows,
natural cleaning products, and teas.
This lushly photographed guide is for gardeners, herbalists, and
people looking for a thorough introduction to fragrant plants.
KATHI KEVILLE is an aromatherapist and
herbalist who owns the Green Medicine Herb
School in Nevada City, California, where she
grows nearly five hundred species of medicinal
herbs and fragrant plants. She is the director of
the American Herb Association, was a founding
member of the American Herbalists Guild,
and has received honors from the National
Association for a Holistic Aromatherapy.

BACKLIST HIGHLIGHTS

978-1-60469-567-0, 689567
$24.95 US/$36.95 CAN/£15.00
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978-1-60469-221-1, 689221
$27.95 US/$39.95 CAN/£18.99

A comprehensive introduction to growing fragrant plants for health and well-being 
Kathi Keville is a well-known and respected herbalist and aromatherapist
Features techniques for making herb pillows, teas, oils, and more

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GARDENING FOR
BUTTERFLIES
How You Can Attract and Protect
Beautiful, Beneficial Insects
THE XERCES SOCIETY
Can gardening change the world? It certainly can when it
comes to butterflies. Butterflies are in danger. The most striking
example is the iconic monarch butterfly, whose population
has declined by 80 percent across North America due to loss
of habitat. But everyone who has a garden can do their part to
make a difference, and Gardening for Butterflies shows exactly
how.
This optimistic call to arms by the experts at the Xerces Society
provides home gardeners with everything they need to create
a beautiful, beneficial, butterflyfilled garden. They first explain why
MARCH 2016
butterflies matter and why they
Paperback; 8 x 9
288 pages; full color throughout are in trouble and then detail what
$24.95 US/ $36.95 CAN/ £17.99
they need in order to survive. Home
ISBN: 978-1-60469-598-4
gardeners will learn how to design a
Product No: 689598
butterfly garden no matter the size
of their space. Hundreds of plants for all of North America are
profiled, with color photographs and growing information,
along with tips on selection, installation, and maintenance.
This full-color, hardworking guide is a must have for anyone
who wants to help bring back the butterflies!

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BACKLIST HIGHLIGHTS

978-1-60469-409-3, 689409
$24.95 US/$36.95 CAN

978-0-88192-992-8, 682992
$19.95 US/$28.95 CAN

The decline of the butterfly population is an
important topic regularly covered by major
media outlets
Home gardeners can make a difference just
by choosing the right plants
The Xerces Society is the leading name
in pollinator conservation

THE XERCES SOCIETY is a global leader in pollinator and
invertebrate conservation, harnessing the knowledge of scientists
and public enthusiasm to develop educational programs. The society
has developed management guidelines for endangered species and
their habitats, produced groundbreaking publications on insect
conservation with the U.S. Forest Service, the USDA Natural
Resources Conservation Service, and the Smithsonian. They have
trained thousands of people to protect and manage habitat, and
raised awareness about the butterflies of forests, prairies, deserts,
urban ecosystems, and more. They are based in Portland, Oregon.

NEW RELEASES

The Plant Lover’s Guide to

HARDY GERANIUMS
ROBIN PARER
Hardy geraniums are a perennial mainstay and are among the best-loved
and most widely grown group of plants. The Plant Lover’s Guide to Hardy
Geraniums, by nursery owner Robin Parer, features everything a gardener or
collector needs to know—how to grow them, how to design with them, and
how to care for them. A plant directory highlights 240 of the best species
and cultivars.

APRIL 2016

Paper Over Board; 8 x 9
252 pages; full color throughout
$24.95 US/ $36.95 CAN/ £17.99
ISBN: 978-1-60469-418-5
Product No: 689418

ROBIN PARER is the owner of Geraniaceae, a small mail-order
nursery in Marin County, California, specializing in members of
the geranium family. The nursery offers 398 varieties of hardy
geraniums. Well known as one of the founders of the Bay Area
Horticultural Society, Parer is a frequent lecturer.

The Plant Lover’s Guide to

MAGNOLIAS
ANDREW BUNTING
Magnolias—beloved for their iconic spring blossoms—are among the
most popular flowering trees. In The Plant Lover’s Guide to Magnolias expert
Andrew Bunting shares information on garden use, design, culture, and
maintenance. The plant directory includes 145 of the best cultivars
and species.
ANDREW BUNTING is the assistant director and director of
collections at the Chicago Botanic Garden in Glencoe, Illinois.
He has lectured extensively on magnolias and written articles for
Arnoldia, Organic Gardening, The American Gardener, and the
Magnolia International Society Journal.

APRIL 2016

Paper Over Board; 8 x 9
224 pages; full color throughout
$24.95 US/ $36.95 CAN/ £17.99
ISBN: 978-1-60469-578-6
Product No: 689578

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NEW RELEASES

The Plant Lover’s Guide to

PRIMULAS
JODIE MITCHELL & LYNNE LAWSON
Primulas are available in a huge variety of colors, from subtle pales to shocking
oranges, and also shapes, from small varieties perfect for containers to long-stem
candelabras. In The Plant Lover’s Guide to Primulas nursery owners Jodie Mitchell
and Lynne Lawson teach gardeners how to successfully grow and design with
them. The plant directory highlights ninety-three of the best varieties.
LYNNE LAWSON and her daughter, JODIE
MITCHELL, are specialist growers of primulas.
They operate the world-famous Barnhaven
Primroses, now located in northwestern France.
The nursery continues the eighty-year-old tradition
of hand pollination begun by Florence Bellis in the
United States and carefully maintains the breeding
lines she developed.

APRIL 2016

Paper Over Board; 8 x 9
256 pages; full color throughout
$24.95 US/ $36.95 CAN/ £17.99
ISBN: 978-1-60469-645-5
Product No: 689645

The Plant Lover’s Guide to

CLEMATIS
LINDA BEUTLER
Clematis are the royalty of climbing plants. With their sumptuous flowers,
long season of bloom, and attractive seedheads, they are eagerly sought
by gardeners. The Plant Lover’s Guide to Clematis, by clematis expert Linda
Beutler, includes information on using them in the garden, designing
with them, along with growing and maintenance tips. A plant directory
highlights 196 of the best cultivars and species.

MARCH 2016

LINDA BEUTLER is the curator of the Rogerson Clematis
Collection and was the president of the International Clematis
Society. She lectures nationally on numerous gardening topics
and is a garden writer for both local and national publications,
including Organic Gardening and Pacific Horticulture.

Paper Over Board; 8 x 9
256 pages; full color throughout
$24.95 US/ $36.95 CAN/ £17.99
ISBN: 978-1-60469-659-2
Product No: 689659

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A BOTANIST’S
VOCABULARY
1300 Terms Explained and Illustrated
SUSAN K. PELL & BOBBI ANGELL
Gardeners are inherently curious. They make note of a plant
label in a botanical garden and then go home to learn more,
pick up fallen blossoms to examine them closer, and spend
hours reading plant catalogs. But they are often unable to
accurately name or describe their discoveries.
A Botanist’s Vocabulary gives gardeners and naturalists a better
understanding of what they see and a way to categorize and
organize the natural world in which they are so intimately
involved. Through concise
definitions and detailed blackMAY 2016
and-white illustrations, it defines
Paper Over Board; 7 x 9
224 pages; b/w illustrations
words commonly used by botanists,
$24.95 US/ $36.95 CAN/ £17.99
naturalists, and gardeners to
ISBN: 978-1-60469-563-2
Product No: 689563
describe plants. The 1300 entries
include simple terms like petal and
sepal, others that apply only to a particular group of plants,
some that apply to entire ecosystems, and even some that are
only visible under a microscope.
The simple and accessible language and highly detailed blackand-white illustrations make this the perfect guide for anyone
looking for a deeper appreciation of the wonderful world of
plants.
SUSAN K. PELL, PHD, former director of science
at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, is the science
and public programs manager at the United States
Botanic Garden in Washington, DC.

BOBBI ANGELL is a scientific illustrator for The
New York Botanical Garden and other academic
institutions; her richly detailed pen-and-ink
illustrations appear in a wide variety of scholarly
and commercial publications. She lives in
Marlboro, Vermont.

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A better understanding of botanical terms leads to
a greater appreciation of the natural world
Features more than 700 black and white botanical
illustrations
This botanical primer is a must-have for botany
students, nursery professionals, enthusiastic home
gardeners, and naturalists

BACKLIST HIGHLIGHTS

978-1-60469-483-3, 689483
$39.95 US/$57.95 CAN/£25.00

978-1-60469-338-6, 689338
$19.95 US/$28.95 CAN/£26.95

NEW RELEASES

THE DROUGHT-DEFYING
CALIFORNIA GARDEN
230 Native Plants for a Lush, Low-Water Landscape
GREG RUBIN & LUCY WARREN
In recent years California has been facing extreme drought,
and in 2015 they passed statewide water restrictions that affect
homeowners. Unfortunately the drought is only going to get
worse, and gardeners who aren’t willing to abandon their
beloved pastime entirely are going to have to learn how to
garden with the absolute minimum of water.
The Drought-Defying California Garden offers home gardeners in
the Golden State information on everything they need to get
started on this new type of garden.
They highlight the best 230 plants
MARCH 2016
to grow, share advice on how to get
Paperback; 7 x 9
256 pages; full color throughout them established, and offer tips on
$18.95 US/ $27.95 CAN
how to maintain them with the
ISBN: 978-1-60469-709-4
Product No: 689709
minimum amount of water. All of
the plants are native to California—
making them uniquely adept at managing the harsh climate—
and include perennials, annuals, shrubs, trees, and succulents.
The Drought-Defying California Garden is a must have for every
gardener in California looking for a new way to plant in a
changing climate.
GREG RUBIN is the owner of California’s Own
Native Landscape Design, a recognized leader in
the field of native-plant design. He regularly gives
presentations on native plants to organizations
throughout California. He lives in Escondido,
California.

After years of record-breaking heat, California is now
enforcing water restrictions
Native plants are capable of thriving in a harsh climate
For homeowners looking for drought-tolerant plants

BACKLIST HIGHLIGHTS

LUCY WARREN is a longtime garden writer in
Southern California. She has written for many
local and national publications, including a regular
gardening column in the San Diego Union Tribune.
She lives in San Diego, California.

978-1-60469-232-7, 689232
$37.50 US/$53.50 CAN

978-1-60469-169-6, 689169
$24.95 US/$36.95 CAN/£16.99

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MOUNTAIN
WEST
FORAGING
115 Wild and Flavorful Edibles
from Alpine Sorrel to Wild Hops
BRIANA WILES
In Mountain West Foraging, herbalist
Briana Rose Wiles helps new and
JUNE 2016
Paperback; 6½ x 9
experienced foragers find the most
308 pages; full color throughout
flavorful wild plants the region has
$24.95 US/ $36.95 CAN
ISBN: 978-1-60469-678-3
to offer, including aspen, bulberry,
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linden, and pineapple weed. This
savvy, accessible, full-color guide
shows the reader what to look for, when and where to look, and
how to gather in a responsible way. It profiles 115 plants, with
detailed information for safe identification, advice on sustainable
harvesting, and tips on preparation and use.

This successful series has more than 45,000
copies in print 
or foragers in Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Utah,
F
Colorado, eastern Washington, eastern Oregon,
and northern Nevada

BACKLIST HIGHLIGHTS

BRIANA WILES is an herbalist and wild plant
expert who owns Rose of Wellness, a small line
of body care products made with wild plants. She
resides in the central Rocky Mountains of Colorado.
She leads plant walks, teaching adults and children
which plants are for eating and for healing.
978-1-60469-427-7, 689427
$19.95 US/$28.95 CAN

978-1-60469-576-2, 689576
$27.95 US/$39.95 CAN

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978-1-60469-531-1, 689531

978-1-60469-499-4, 689499

978-1-60469-417-8, 689417

978-1-60469-352-2, 689352

978-1-60469-420-8, 689420

OUR COMPLETE FORAGING SERIES!

978-1-60469-439-0, 689439, $50.00 US/$73.00 CAN/£35.00

978-1-60469-553-3, 689553, $39.95 US/$57.95 CAN/£25.00

978-1-60469-492-5, 689492, $29.95 US/$43.95 CAN/£20.00

978-1-60469-544-1, 689544, $34.95 US/$49.95 CAN/£25.00

978-1-60469-599-1, 689599, $24.95 US/$36.95 CAN/£15.00

NEW & NOTABLE

Ring in the holiday season with these
must-have gifts for gardeners and nature lovers!

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20

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978-1-60469-489-5, 689489, $19.95 US/$28.95 CAN/£12.99

978-1-60469-547-2, 689547, $19.95 US/$28.95 CAN/£14.99

978-1-60469-434-5, 689434 $29.95/ $43.95 CAN/ £20.00

978-0-88192-959-1, 682959 $29.95/ $43.95 CAN/ £20.00

978-0-88192-961-4, 682961 $24.95/ $36.95 CAN

978-1-60469-236-5, 689236 $34.95/ $49.95 CAN/ £25.00

THE ESSENTIAL TIMBER PRESS COLLECTION
978-1-60469-234-1, 689234 $18.95/ $27.95 CAN/ £9.99

978-1-60469-408-6, 689408, $39.95/$57.95 CAN/ £25.00

978-1-60469-195-5, 689195 $19.95/ $28.95 CAN/ £14.95

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978-1-60469-803-7, 689803 $34.95/ $49.95 CAN

978-1-60469-095-8, 689095 $19.95/ $28.95 CAN/ £14.99

978-1-60469-388-1, 689388 $24.95/ $36.95 CAN

978-1-60469-314-0, 689314 $24.95/ $36.95 CAN/ £17.99

These bestselling backlist titles are the roots of a successful garden section—add them to your order today!

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978-0-88192-901-0, 682901 $79.95/ $112.00 CAN/ £50.00

978-1-60469-372-0, 689372 $19.95/ $28.95 CAN/ £12.99

978-1-60469-334-8, 689334 $24.95/ $36.95 CAN/ £14.99

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978-1-60469-393-5, 689393 $24.95/ $36.95 CAN/ £16.99

978-1-60469-370-6, 689370 $39.95/ $57.95 CAN/ £30.00

COMING SOON
SHIPS DECEMBER

EW
A GREAT ADDITION TO “N
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YEAR, NEW YOU” DISPLA

SHIPS DECEMBER

SHIPS JANUARY

978-1-60469-588-5, 689588, $24.95 US/$36.95 CAN/£15.00

SHIPS JANUARY

978-1-60469-590-8, 689590, $24.95 US/$36.95 CAN/£16.99

“One of the most thorough and comprehensive
works on medicinal plants and herbal
healing.” —Shawn Donnille, co-owner of Mountain Rose Herbs

978-1-60469-401-7, 689401, $24.95 US/$36.95 CAN/£15.00

978-1-60469-519-9, 689519, $27.50 US/$39.50 CAN/£17.00

978-1-60469-567-0, 689567, $24.95 US/$36.95 CAN/£15.00

“Well researched and exceptionally well
written, The Herbal Apothecary is a
brilliant addition to any herbal library.”

—Rosemary Gladstar, herbalist and bestselling author

SHIPS JANUARY

These fresh books release right in
time for the start of garden season!
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BACKLIST

HERBS AND EDIBLES
BEST
SELLER

What’s Wrong With My Plant?
(And How Do I Fix It?)
A visual guide to easy diagnosis
and organic remedies
DAVID DEARDORFF &
KATHRYN WADSWORTH

Every plant
problem solved!

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$36.95 £16.99 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-961-4
Product No. 682961
Garden Writers Association Silver Award
55,000 in print

BEST
SELLER What’s Wrong With
My Vegetable Garden?

What’s Wrong With My Fruit Garden?
100% organic solutions for berries,
trees, nuts, vines, and tropicals

100% organic solutions for all your
vegetables, from artichoke to zucchini

DAVID DEARDORFF & KATHRYN WADSWORTH

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.

Deardorff and Wadsworth teach
gardeners how to identify plant
problems, and offer organic solutions.
Includes detailed growing information
for 45 edible plants.

paperback, 7 5/8 x 9¼"
300 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £16.99 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-358-4
Product No. 689358

paperback, 7 5/8 x 9¼"
252 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £16.99 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-184-9
Product No. 689184

hardcover: $34.95 CAN $49.95
ISBN: 978-1-60469-488-8
Product No. 689488

BEST
SELLER

Apples of North America

The Organic Backyard Vineyard

192 exceptional varieties for gardeners,
growers, and cooks

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

TOM BURFORD

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

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

hardcover, 8 x 9"
300 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$43.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-249-5
Product No. 689249
eISBN: 978-1-60469-555-7

paperback, 8 x 9"
176 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-285-3
Product No. 689285
eISBN: 978-1-60469-407-9

American Horticultural
Society Book Award

Designing the New Kitchen Garden

The Kitchen Gardener’s Handbook

An American potager handbook

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

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$49.95 £25.00 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-772-6
Product No. 682772

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$32.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-956-0
Product No. 682956
eISBN: 978-1-60469-273-0 
Selection of the GoodCook
and HomeStyle Book Clubs

24

SPRING 2016

HERBS AND EDIBLES

NEW
SHIPS DECEMBER

100 medicinal herbs and how to use them
JJ PURSELL

An accessible and comprehensive
introduction to medicinal plants, with
advice on growing and foraging for
plants, recommendations for plantbased formulations that fight common
ailments, and step-by-step instructions
for making teas, salves, tinctures, and
other essential herbal remedies.

ESSENTIAL
HERBALISM
BEST
SELLER

The Herbal Apothecary

paperback, 7½ x 9"
312 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £15.00 © 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-567-0
Product No. 689567

The Lavender Lover’s Handbook
The 100 most beautiful and fragrant varieties
for growing, crafting, and cooking

SHIPS JANUARY

SARAH BERRINGER BADER

NEW

paper over board:
$34.95 CAN$49.95
ISBN: 978-1-60469-662-2
Product No. 689662

The Culinary Herbal
Growing and preserving 97 flavorful herbs
SUSAN BELSINGER & ARTHUR O. TUCKER

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

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 in
pastes, syrups, vinegars, and butters.

hardcover, 7½ x 9"
192 pp, full color throughout
$27.95 CAN$39.95 £18.99 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-221-1
Product No. 689221
eISBN: 978-1-60469-399-7

paper over board, 7 x 9"
288 pp, full color throughout
$27.50 CAN$39.50 £17.00 © 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-519-9
Product No. 689519 

Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

BEST
SELLER
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 Encyclopedia of Herbs
A comprehensive reference to herbs
of flavor and fragrance
ARTHUR O. TUCKER & THOMAS DEBAGGIO

A comprehensive approach to
every aspect of growing, identifying,
harvesting, preserving, and using
more than 500 species of herbs.
hardcover, 7 x 9"
604 pp, line drawings throughout
$39.95 CAN$57.95 £35.00 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-994-2
Product No. 682994
eISBN: 978-1-60469-134-4
Library Journal’s Best Reference Award

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$36.95 © 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-484-0
Product No. 689484
eISBN: 978-1-60469-668-4
Publishers Weekly Best Book for 2014

The Edible Front Yard
The mow-less, grow-more plan for a
beautiful, bountiful garden
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$28.95 £14.99 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-199-3
Product No. 689199
eISBN: 978-1-60469-290-7

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

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, 8½ x 10"
268 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £16 .99 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-270-9
Product No. 689270
eISBN: 978-1-60469-540-3

24,500 in print

SPRING 2016

25

HERBS AND EDIBLES

NEW

SHIPS JANUARY

The Field Guide to Peppers

The Complete Chile Pepper Book

400 varities, where they come from, how hot they are
DAVE DEWITT & JANIE LAMSON

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

This guide helps readers identify hundreds of the
most popular chile pepper varieties. Including all
the major types of peppers, the 400 profiles are
packed with information on culinary use, interesting
facts, and chile nomenclature.
paperback, 6 ½ x 9"
248 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £15.00 © 2016
ISBN: 978-1-60469-588-5
Product No. 689588

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$28.95 £25.00 © 2009
ISBN: 978-1-60469-580-9
Product No. 689580
eISBN: 978-1-60469-139-9
hardcover: $29.95 CAN$43.95
ISBN: 978-0-88192-920-1
Product No. 682920

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$28.95 £12.99 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-188-7
Product No. 689188
eISBN: 978-1-60469-384-3

“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

TM

The

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

The Rancho Gordo Heirloom
Bean Grower’s Guide

Uncommon Fruits for Every Garden

The Speedy Vegetable Garden

LEE REICH

MARK DIACONO & LIA LEENDERTZ

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 fun guide highlights 50 quick
crops, with complete information on
how to sow, grow, and harvest. Also
includes more than 50 recipes.

paperback, 6 x 9"
308 pp, color insert
$19.95 CAN$28.95 £12.99 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-944-7
Product No. 682944
eISBN: 978-1-60469-163-4

paperback, 8 x 8¾"
208 pp, full color throughout
$18.95 CAN$27.95 £14.99 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-326-3
Product No. 689326
eISBN: 978-1-60469-570-0

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$28.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-102-3
Product No. 689102
eISBN: 978-1-60469-310-2

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SPRING 2016

HERBS AND EDIBLES

SMALL-SPACE SOLUTIONS
BEST
SELLER

BEST
SELLER

Fruit Trees in Small Spaces

Homegrown Berries

Small-Space Vegetable Gardens

Abundant harvests from your own backyard
COLBY EIERMAN

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

Eierman shows gardeners how to select, prune,
train, and maintain fruit trees and offers inspiring
design ideas for small spaces and creative recipes.
paperback, 8 x 9"
264 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £16.99 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-190-0
Product No. 689190
eISBN: 978-1-60469-391-1

Includes information on site selection, soil
preparation, disease prevention, design, and
pruning, in addition to profiles of the best
strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, and more.
paperback, 8 x 9"
208 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 £14.99 © 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-317-1
Product No. 689317
eISBN: 978-1-60469-673-8

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.
paperback, 8 x 9"
232 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 £14.99 © 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-547-2
Product No. 689547

The Complete Book of Potatoes
WHAT EVERY GROWER AND GARDENER NEEDS TO KNOW

HIELKE DE JONG
JOSEPH B. SIECZKA
WALTER DE JONG

Food Plants of the World

The Complete Book of Potatoes

Taming the Truffle

The Complete Book of Garlic

An illustrated guide

What every grower and gardener needs to know

BEN-ERIK VAN WYK

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

The history, lore, and science
of the ultimate mushroom

A guide for gardeners, growers,
and serious cooks

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

TED JORDAN MEREDITH

This comprehensive reference profiles
over 350 food plants, including
cereals, legumes, nuts, seeds, fruits,
vegetables, herbs, sugar plants,
beverages, and spices.
hardcover, 61/2 x 91/2"
480 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$57.95 £25.00 © 2005
ISBN: 978-0-88192-743-6
Product No. 682743

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$49.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-0-88192-999-7
Product No. 682999
eISBN: 978-1-60469-307-2

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$43.95 £20.00 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-860-0
Product No. 682860

This complete reference includes
profiles of nearly 150 cultivars, along
with chapters covering natural history,
taxonomy, cultivation, cuisine, culture,
and curing and storage.
hardcover, 8 x 10"
332 pp, full color throughout
$45.00 CAN$62.00 £30.00 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-883-9
Product No. 682883

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REGIONAL VEGETABLE GARDENING
Know
Your Zone

Our bestselling regional
vegetable-growing guides
cover the entire country!
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.

ell
Grow W

The Northeast
MARIE IANNOTTI

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.

paperback, 7½ x 9"
232 pp, two color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-421-5
Product No. 689421
eISBN: 978-1-60469-595-3
6-copy counter display:
$119.70 CAN$173.70
ISBN: 978-1-60469-505-2
Product No. 689505

The Southeast

The Pacific Northwest

The Mountain States

The Southwest

IRA WALLACE

LORENE EDWARDS FORKNER

MARY ANN NEWCOMER

TRISHA SHIREY

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

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

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

paperback, 7½ x 9"
256 pp, two color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-371-3
Product No. 689371
eISBN: 978-1-60469-573-1

paperback, 7½ x 9"
233 pp, two color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-351-5
Product No. 689351
eISBN: 978-1-60469-572-4

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

6-copy counter display:
$119.70 CAN$173.70
ISBN: 978-1-60469-503-8
Product No. 689503

6-copy counter display:
$119.70 CAN$173.70
ISBN: 978-1-60469-502-1
Product No. 689502

SHIPS DECEMBER

6-copy counter display:
$119.70 CAN$173.70
ISBN: 978-1-60469-504-5
Product No. 689504

SHIPS DECEMBER

Southern California
GERI MILLER

NEW

For gardeners in Southern
California, from San Louis
Obispo to San Diego.
paperback, 7½ x 9"
232 pp, two color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 © 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-561-8
Product No. 689561
6-copy counter display:
$119.70 CAN$173.70
ISBN: 978-1-60469-684-4
Product No. 689684

28

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paperback, 7½ x 9"
224 pp, two color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-427-7
Product No. 689427
eISBN: 978-1-60469-594-6

paperback, 7½ x 9"
240 pp, two color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 © 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-535-9
Product No. 689535
eISBN: 978-1-60469-679-0
6-copy counter display:
$119.70 CAN$173.70
ISBN: 978-1-60469-603-5
Product No. 689603

The Midwest
MICHAEL VANDERBRUG

NEW

For gardeners in IL, IN, IO, KS, MI,
MN, MO, NE, ND, OH, SD, and WI.
paperback, 7½ x 9"
184 pages, two color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 © 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-552-6
Product No. 689552
6-copy counter display:
$119.70 CAN$173.70
ISBN: 978-1-60469-685-1
Product No. 689685

GARDEN DESIGN

THE ART OF GARDENING
NEW Design inspiration and innovative

planting techniques from Chanticleer
This inspiring book, stunningly photographed by Rob Cardillo, is packed with invaluable
lessons in planting and garden making from the gardeners of Chanticleer, one of the
world’s most dazzling and creative gardens. Readers will learn techniques specific to
different conditions and plant palettes, how to experiment successfully, how to achieve the
perfect union between plant and site, and the best plants for specific purposes.
R. WILLIAM THOMAS AND THE
CHANTICLEER GARDENERS
hardcover, 7¹/³ x 11"
336 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$49.95 £25.00 © 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-544-1
Product No. 689544

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. It is a
garden of pleasure and learning, relaxing yet filled with
ideas to take home.

contemporary color
in the landscape
top designers

|

inspiring ideas

|

andrew wilson

American Home Landscapes
A design guide to creating
period garden styles
DENISE WILES ADAMS &
LAURA L. S. BURCHFIELD

new combinations

s

Contemporary Color
in the Landscape

Top designers, inspiring ideas, new
combinations
ANDREW WILSON

A comprehensive, illustrated guide
to recreating a historical landscape
design that is adapted to meet the
needs of modern clients.

Wilson showcases how leading
garden and landscape designers are
using color in inspiring and innovative
designs.

paper over board, 8½ x 10"
304 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$57.95 £25.00 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-040-8
Product No. 689040

hardcover, 8½ x 10¼"
280 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$49.95 £20.00 © 2011
ISBN: 978-0-88192-996-6
Product No. 682996
eISBN: 978-1-60469-302-7

From Art to Landscape

Cultivating Garden Style

Unleashing creativity in
garden design

Inspired ideas and practical advice to
unleash your garden personality

W. GARY SMITH

ROCHELLE GREAYER

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 gorgeous guide to outdoor
design features 23 unique garden
styles, suggestions for recreating
the looks, and tips on discovering
personal style.

hardcover, 8¾ x 10¼"
300 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$57.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-973-7
Product No. 682973
American Horticultural Society
Book Award
Living Now Book Award

paper over board, 8 x 10"
320 pp, full color throughout
$35.00 CAN$50.00 £25.00 © 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-477-2
Product No. 689477
Selection of the
HomeStyle Book Club

SPRING 2015
2016

29

GARDEN DESIGN

The Essential Garden
Design Workbook
Second edition
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$49.95 £25.00 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-975-1
Product No. 682975
eISBN: 978-1-60469-143-6

The Essential Garden
Maintenance Workbook
ROSEMARY ALEXANDER

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$49.95 £22.50 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-783-2
Product No. 682783

47,500 in print

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$28.95 £12.99 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-241-9
Product No. 689241
eISBN: 978-1-60469-389-8

PERENNIAL ALL-STAR
TRACY DISABATO-AUST is an awardwinning 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.
The Well-Designed Mixed Garden
Building beds and borders with trees, shrubs,
perennials, annuals, and bulbs

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$49.95 £25.00 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-962-1
Product No. 682962

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$43.95 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-834-1
Product No. 682834
eISBN: 978-1-60469-165-8
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club
28,000 in print

Garden Writers Association Silver Award
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

The Well-Tended Perennial Garden
Planting & pruning techniques
Expanded edition

BEST
SELLER 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.

hardcover, 73/8 x 103/8"
384 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$49.95 £25.00 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-803-7
Product No. 682803
eISBN: 978-1-60469-299-0
More than 200,000 in print

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

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

paperback, 10 x 11"
460 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £20.00 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-967-6
Product No. 682967

paperback, 71/2 x 9"
168 pp, full color throughout
$16.95 CAN$24.95 £9.99 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-950-8
Product No. 682950
Selection of the
HomeStyle Book Club
30,000 in print

SPRING 2016

Expert design and planting techniques
RAY ROGERS

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.

53,000 in print

30

Pots in the Garden

6-copy counter display:
$101.70 CAN$149.70
ISBN: 978-0-88192-969-0
Product No. 682969

GARDEN DESIGN

BEST
SELLER

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.

THE LAYERED GARDEN

Design lessons for year-round beauty from Brandywine Cottage
hardcover, 7½ x 11"
312 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$49.95 £25.00 © 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
26,700 in print

A Garden Gallery

The Self-Sustaining Garden

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

The guide to matrix planting
PETER THOMPSON 

Little and Lewis reveal the secrets
behind their renowned garden in the
Puget Sound.
paperback, 91/4 x 10"
176 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-914-0
Product No. 682914
Garden Writers Association
Silver Award

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$43.95 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-837-2
Product No. 682837

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.

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$57.95 £25.00 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-888-4
Product No. 682888
eISBN: 978-1-60469-135-1

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

SPRING 2016

31

GARDEN DESIGN

LEADING LANDSCAPE DESIGNER
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 Fields Park in London,
and his own private garden at Hummelo in the Netherlands.
BEST
SELLER

PLANTING

Therapeutic Gardens

A new perspective
hardcover, 8½ x 10"
280 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$57.95 £30.00 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-370-6
Product No. 689370

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
40,000 in print
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.

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, 7½ x 9"
324 pp, full color throughout
$45.00 CAN$62.00 £30.00 ©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$36.95 £16.99 © 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$57.95 £30.00 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-312-6
Product No. 689312

hardcover, 73/8 x 9½"
296 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$57.95 £25.00 © 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$57.95 £25.00 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-911-9
Product No. 682911

American Horticultural Society Book Award

32

SPRING 2016

GARDEN DESIGN

BEST
SELLER

BEAUTIFUL BIODIVERSITY
THE LIVING LANDSCAPE

Designing for beauty and biodiversity in the home garden
hardcover, 8½ x 10"
352 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$57.95 £25.00 @2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-408-6
Product No. 689408
21,000 in print

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.

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

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.

—The New York Times
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$28.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-992-8
Product No. 682992
eISBN: 978-1-60469-146-7
Garden Writers Association Silver Award
96,700 in print

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$85.00 £40.00 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-817-4
Product No. 682817

hardcover, 81/2 x 81/2"
360 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$43.95 £20.00 © 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$67.95 £35.00 © 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
30,000 in print

SPRING 2016

33

GARDEN DESIGN

NEW

PLANTING IN A
POST-WILD WORLD
Designing plant communities
for resilient landscapes
THOMAS RAINER & CLAUDIA WEST
paper over board, 8½ x 10"
272 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$57.95 £25.00 © 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-553-3
Product No. 689553

“A masterful
accomplishment.”

—Doug Tallamy, author of
Bringing Nature Home

SHIPS OCTOBER

NEW

This groundbreaking guide presents a powerful alternative to traditional horticulture—designed plantings
that function like naturally occurring plant communities. Rainer and West reveal how plants fit together
in nature and how to use this knowledge to create
landscapes that are resilient, beautiful, and diverse.
Both practical and inspiring, this optimistic
manifesto represents the future of planting design.

THOMAS RAINER is
a landscape architect,
teacher, and writer. He has
designed landscapes for
the U.S. Capitol grounds,
the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial,
and The New York Botanical Garden.

CLAUDIA WEST has an
extensive background in
horticulture, ecology, and
environmental restoration.

NEW

ROXI THOREN

LANDSCAPES
OF CHANGE
INNOVATIVE DESIGNS AND REINVENTED SITES

The Inspired Landscape
Twenty-one leading landscape architects
explore the creative process
SUSAN COHEN

Susan Cohen highlights the initial
spark of creativity that led 21 of the
world’s best landscape architects
to create stunningly innovative
landscape designs. Lushly illustrated
with original sketches, plans, and
photographs.
paper over board, 8½ x 10"
272 pp, full color throughout
$50.00 CAN$68.00 £35.00 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-439-0
Product No. 689439

34

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Landscapes of Change

Plant-Driven Design

Cultivating Chaos

Innovative designs and reinvented sites
ROXI THOREN

Creating gardens that honor
plants, place, and spirit

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.

SCOTT OGDEN & LAUREN SPRINGER OGDEN

How to enrich landscapes with
self-seeding plants
JONAS REIF, CHRISTIAN KRESS
& JÜRGEN BECKER

paperback, 8 x 10¾"
256 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$49.95 £25.00 © 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-386-7
Product No. 689386
ASLA Best Book of 2014

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.
hardcover, 91/4 x 103/4"
284 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$49.95 £20.00 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-877-8
Product No. 682877
eISBN: 978-1-60469-159-7
American Horticultural
Society Book Award

This lushly photographed guide
teaches garden designers how to
manage self-seeding plants, with tips
on preparing soil, guiding a planting
as it evolves, and creating different
ecological niches that result in
beautiful, species-rich landscapes.
paper over board, 9½ x 9½
192 pp, full color throughout
$40.00 CAN$58.00 £25.00 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-652-3
Product No. 689652

GARDEN DESIGN
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
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$36.95 £15.00 @2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-332-4
Product No. 689332
eISBN: 978-1-60469-610-3

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$36.95 £16.99 © 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$36.95 £14.99 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-334-8
Product No. 689334
eISBN: 978-1-60469-597-7

Beautiful No-Mow Yards

Create a paradise between the
sidewalk and the curb

Designing with Grasses

Creating Rain Gardens

NEIL LUCAS

Capturing the rain for your own
water-efficient garden

Lucas offers design advice for
a variety of garden situations
and a directory of more than
450 grasses, rushes, and
sedges.
hardcover, 75/8 x 9½"
276 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$57.95 £20.00 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-983-6
Product No. 682983
eISBN: 978-1-60469-298-3

CLEO WOELFLE-ERSKINE &
APRYL UNCAPHER

This hands-on guide features
step-by-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$36.95 £14.99 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-240-2
Product No. 689240
eISBN: 978-1-60469-397-3

Gardening for the Birds
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$36.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-409-3
Product No. 689409

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

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.

paperback, 7½ x 9"
193 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £14.99 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-187-0
Product No. 689187
eISBN: 978-1-60469-328-7

JOHN GREENLEE

hardcover, 101/8 x 101/8"
280 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$57.95 £20.00 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-871-6
Product No. 682871
eISBN: 978-1-60469-132-0

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

A comprehensive guide to
water management techniques
for gardens and landscapes,
with practical solutions for
small-and large-scale spaces.
hardcover, 75/8 x 91/4"
188 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$49.95 £25.00 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-826-6
Product No. 682826

Garden Writers Association Gold Award

SPRING 2016

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GARDEN DESIGN

REGIONAL ORNAMENTAL GARDENING GUIDES
BEST
SELLER

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, 7½ x 9¼"
320 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 © 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-448-2
Product No. 689448
eISBN: 978-1-60469-680-6
paper over board: $34.95 CAN$49.95
ISBN: 978-1-60469-496-3
Product No. 689496

paperback, 7½ x 9¼"
316 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-466-6
Product No. 689466
eISBN: 978-1-60469-698-1

paperback, 7 ½ x 9 ¼"
316 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-521-2
Product No. 689521
eISBN: 978-1-60469-704-9

paper over board: $34.95 CAN$49.95
ISBN: 978-1-60469-495-6
Product No. 689495

paper over board: $34.95 CAN$49.95
ISBN: 978-1-60469-522-9
Product No. 689522

BEST
SELLER

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

Creative design ideas for
making a more personal
outdoor space. Plant lists
detail varieties that enhance
a sense of privacy.
paperback, 8 x 9"
156 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 £12.99 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-123-8
Product No. 689123
eISBN: 978-1-60469-374-4

36

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Designing and Renovating
Larger Gardens

Gardening with
Woodland Plants

Designing and Planting
a Woodland Garden

DOUGLAS COLTART

KARAN JUNKER

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

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

Plants and combinations that thrive
in the shade
KEITH WILEY

hardcover, 73/8 x 103/8"
168 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$49.95 £25.00 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-824-2
Product No. 682824

hardcover, 7³/8 x 10³/8"
384 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN $57.95 £30.00 @2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-821-1
Product No. 682821

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$49.95 £25.00 © 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-385-0
Product No. 689385
eISBN: 978-1-60469-667-7

GARDEN DESIGN

MODERN
HOMESTEADER
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.

BEST
SELLER

Free-Range Chicken Gardens

BEST
SELLER

How to create a beautiful, chicken-friendly yard

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; 8½ x 10"
320 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$43.95 £20.00 © 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-443-7
Product No. 689443

85,500 in print

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$28.95 £14.99 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-951-5
Product No. 682951

The New Low-Maintenance
Garden
How to have a beautiful, productive garden
and the time to enjoy it
VALERIE EASTON

Inspiring profiles and photographs
of real gardens highlight the skills,
techniques, hardscape, and plants
needed for a low-maintenance space.
paperback, 8 x 9"
284 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 £14.99 © 2009
ISBN: 978-1-60469-166-5
Product No. 689166
eISBN: 978-1-60469-136-8

For home landscapes, your community,
and the whole earth
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, 8 x 9"
224 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 £12.99 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-237-2
Product No. 689237
eISBN: 978-1-60469-383-6

The Nonstop Garden

Practical Permaculture

Understanding Garden Design
The complete handbook for aspiring designers
VANESSA GARDNER NAGEL

An overview of the entire design
process, from determining client
needs to working with contractors. For
students and inexperienced designers.
hardcover, 8¾ x 10¼”
236 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$49.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-943-0
Product No. 682943
eISBN: 978-1-60469-256-3

The Professional Designer's Guide
to Garden Furnishings
VANESSA GARDNER NAGEL

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.
paper over board, 8 x 9"
328 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$49.95 £25.00 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-293-8
Product No. 689293

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

Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

SPRING 2016

37

PERENNIALS AND ANNUALS
SHIPS DECEMBER

NEW

BEST
SELLER

Plants with Style

Powerhouse Plants

Plantiful

Roses Without Chemicals

A plantsman’s choices for a vibrant, 21stcentury garden
KELLY NORRIS

510 top performers for multi-season beauty
GRAHAM RICE

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

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

This inspired guide profiles 50 selfsowers, 50 spreaders, and 50 plants
that overwinter, and offers gardening
tips, design ideas, and inspirational
photos.

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"
224 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £14.99 © 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-387-4
Product No. 689387
eISBN: 978-1-60469-581-6

paperback, 8 x 9"
256 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 £14.99 © 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-354-6
Product No. 689354

Tall Perennials

The New Encyclopedia of Daylilies

Norris highlights a hand-picked
selection of perennials, annuals,
trees, and shrubs chosen for their
beauty and ability to thrive in a home
landscape. Style advice, growing
information, and stunning photos
round out this must-have book.
paperback, 7½ x 9"
280 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £15.00 © 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-401-7
Product No. 689401

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$67.95 £35.00 © 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$36.95 £16.99 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-210-5
Product No. 689210

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$49.95 £20.00 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-931-7
Product No. 682931
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

38

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

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$49.95 £25.00 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-889-1
Product No. 682889

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

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$67.95 £30.00 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-858-7
Product No. 682858
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

PERENNIALS AND ANNUALS

“An excellent series.”
— The New York Times
BEST
SELLER

BEST
SELLER

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 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"
256 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £17.99 @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$36.95 £17.99 @2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-419-2
Product No. 689419
eISBN: 978-1-60469-604-2

paper over board, 8 x 9"
252 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £17.99 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-474-1
Product No. 689474

paper over board, 8 x 9"
224 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £17.99 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-534-2
Product No. 689534

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$36.95 £17.99 @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$36.95 £17.99 @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$36.95 £17.99 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-518-2
Product No. 689518

paper over board, 8 x 9"
240 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £17.99 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-475-8
Product No. 689475

SPRING 2015

39

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THE GRAND DAME
OF HORTICULTURE

BEST
SELLER

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

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.

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.

paper over board, 8½ x 11"
452 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$57.95 £35.00 © 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-316-4
Product No. 689316
eISBN: 978-1-60469-672-1

50 Beautiful Deer-Resistant Plants
The prettiest annuals, perennials, bulbs,
and shrubs that deer don’t eat

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$28.95 £14.99 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-195-5
Product No. 689195
eISBN: 978-1-60469-320-1

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

—Margaret Roach, AWaytoGarden.com

27,000 in print

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$49.95 £25.00 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-765-8
Product No. 682765
American Horticultural
Society Book Award

40

SPRING 2016

The Garden Plants of
China
PETER VALDER

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$67.95 £45.00 © 1999
ISBN: 978-0-88192-470-1
Product No. 682470
Choice Magazine Outstanding Academic Book
Garden Writers’ Guild Book Award

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

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$67.95 £35.00© 2011
ISBN: 978-0-88192-934-8
Product No. 682934

PERENNIALS AND ANNUALS

Why Grow That When
You Can Grow This?

The Sweet Pea Book

Black Plants

The Explorer’s Garden

GRAHAM RICE

255 extraordinary alternatives
to everyday problem plants
ANDREW KEYS

Rice provides practical
advice on seed sowing and
cultivation, and offers ideas
for using the plants effectively
in the garden.

75 striking choices for the garden
PAUL BONINE

Rare and unusual perennials
DANIEL J. HINKLEY

Bonine profiles 75 of the
most alluring black annuals,
perennials, and bulbs. Plant
entries include information on
growth and care.

This guide highlights the perennials
found during Hinkley's treks around
the globe, with details on how the
plants are cultivated and propagated.

Keys offers hundreds of alternative
plant choices to replace a handful of
beloved but difficult plants, along with
growing information and design ideas.
paperback, 8 x 9"
340 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £16.99 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-286-0
Product No. 689286

paperback, 73/8 x 93/4"
144 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 © 2003
ISBN: 978-0-88192-595-1
Product No. 682595

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 Distinguished National Educator Award from the American Horticultural Society, and the Scott
Medal and Award from the Scott Arboretum of Swarthmore College.

paperback, 7 x 61/4"
160 pp, full color throughout
$14.95 CAN$21.95 £8.99 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-981-2
Product No. 682981

paperback, 73/8 x 103/8"
380 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £14.99 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-917-1
Product No. 682917
American Horticultural Society Book Award
New York Times Editors' Choice—
Best Books for Gardening

Armitage's Garden Perennials
Second edition
Armitage highlights 136 of the
most important genera, with lists
of plants for particular uses and
spaces, including wet places, drought
tolerance, and fragrance.
hardcover, 81/2 x 10¼"
348 pp, full color throughout
$49.95 CAN$67.95 £30.00 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-038-5
Product No. 689038

“Armitage does an excellent job encouraging gardeners.”

—American Gardener
Armitage's Vines and Climbers
A gardener's guide to the best
vertical plants
Armitage profiles 115 plants, which
include a general description, hardiness,
plant family, best method of propagation,
and method of climbing.
hardcover, 73/8 x 103/8"
212 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$43.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-039-2
Product No. 689039
eISBN: 978-1-60469-289-1

Armitage's Native Plants for
North American Gardens
The habitat, hardiness, and
propagation information for 630
species and cultivars of perennials and
annuals native to the United States.
hardcover, 73/8 x 103/8"
452 pp, full color throughout
$49.95 CAN$67.95 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-760-3
Product No. 682760

American Horticultural
Society Book Award
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

SPRING 2016

41

PERENNIALS AND ANNUALS

DROUGHT-TOLERANT PLANTS

BEST
SELLER

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

Rubin and Warren provide
techniques, environmental wisdom,
inspiring design advice, and
comprehensive plant information for
California gardeners interested in
using native plants.
hardcover, 7 x 9½"
304 pp, full color throughout
$37.50 CAN$53.50 £25.00 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-232-7
Product No. 689232

Waterwise Plants for
Sustainable Gardens

Trees and Shrubs
for the Southwest

200 drought-tolerant choices for all climates
LAUREN SPRINGER OGDEN & SCOTT OGDEN

Woody plants for arid gardens
MARY IRISH

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

200 climate-appropriate trees and
shrubs, with details on how to plant
and care for them, make this a must
for Southwest-based gardeners.

paperback, 7 x 9"
249 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £16.99 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-169-6
Product No. 689169
eISBN: 978-1-60469-336-2

hardcover, 7 x 9"
332 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$49.95 £49.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-905-8
Product No. 682905
eISBN: 978-1-60469-158-0

“An encyclopedia of experience.”

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.
hardcover, 7 x 9"
312 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 £43.95 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-761-0
Product No. 682761

—Washington Post

NATIVE PLANTS
of the

NORTHEAST
a guide for gardening & conservation

DONALD J. LEOPOLD

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.
hardcover, 7 x 9"
228 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$43.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-893-8
Product No. 682893

42

SPRING 2016

Encyclopedia of Northwest
Native Plants for Gardens
and Landscapes

Native Plants of the Northeast

Native Plants of the Southeast

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.

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

This encyclopedic treatment includes
detailed descriptions of plants native to
the P
­ acific Northwest, with profiles of
more than 530 plants.
hardcover, 81/2 x 11"
532 pp, full color throughout
$59.95 CAN$85.00 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-863-1
Product No. 682863

hardcover, 73/8 x 103/8"
308 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$57.95 © 2005
ISBN: 978-0-88192-673-6
Product No. 682673
Garden Writers Association Silver Award
23,000 in print

Mellichamp profiles over 460 species
of trees, shrubs, vines, ferns, grasses,
and wildflowers, along with information on cultivation, propagation, bloom
times, and hardiness.
hardcover, 8 x 10½"
384 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$57.95 © 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-323-2
Product No. 689323

TREES AND SHRUBS

BEST
SELLER

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 features thousands of plants with
information on identification, planting, and
care. Color photographs highlight distinctive
bark patterns, fall color, and more.
hardcover, 8¾ x 113/8"
952 pp, full color throughout
$79.95 CAN$112.00 £50.00 © 2011
ISBN: 978-0-88192-901-0
Product No. 682901
2011 Booklist Top of the
List Reference Source
150,000 in print

“Dirr's frank and witty assessments make his works fun to read.”—American Gardener
Viburnums

Hydrangeas for American Gardens

Flowering shrubs for every season

A classic, illustrated reference that
features comprehensive information on
propagation, pruning, breeding, drying,
design, and pests and diseases.

Dirr details each plant's height, spread,
foliage, habit, floral characteristics, fruits,
special traits, hardiness, origin, cultural
needs, and overall garden appeal.

hardcover, 75/8 x 9¼"
236 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$49.95 © 2004
ISBN: 978-0-88192-641-5
Product No. 682641

hardcover, 73/8 x 103/8"
264 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$57.95 £25.00 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-853-2
Product No. 682853

American Horticultural
Society Book Award

American Horticultural
Society Book Award

24,600 in print

BEST
SELLER

400 Trees and Shrubs
for Small Spaces

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

DIANA M. MILLER

The profiles of more than
500 species describe each
tree’s flowers and fruit, native
and adaptive range, seasonal
features, and culture.

Detailed descriptions and
cultivation advice, along
with information on pruning,
encouraging wildlife, and lists
organized by color, height,
and spread are included.

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$67.95 £35.00 © 2006
ISBN: 978-1-60469-004-0
Product No. 689004

hardcover, 81/2 x 11"
552 pp, full color throughout
$59.95 CAN$85.00 © 2004
ISBN: 978-0-88192-607-1
Product No. 682607
Council on Botanical and
Horticultural Literature Award
National Arbor Day Foundation
Media Award

hardcover, 75/8 x 91/4"
216 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$43.95 £20.00 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-875-4
Product No. 682875

The Creative Shrub Garden
Eye-catching combinations for
year-round interest
ANDY MCINDOE

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$43.95 £20.00 @2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-434-5
Product No. 689434

American Horticultural
Society Book Award
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

SPRING 2016

43

TREES AND SHRUBS

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

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$49.95 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-828-0
Product No. 682828

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

Information on the natural
history, cultivation, and
propagation of hydrangeas,
as well as descriptions of 100
cultivars.
hardcover, 71/2 x 93/4"
176 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$49.95 © 2005
ISBN: 978-0-88192-669-9
Product No. 682669

44

SPRING 2016

The Timber Press Encyclopedia of
Flowering Shrubs
More than 1700 outstanding garden plants
JIM GARDINER

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$67.95 £35.00 © 2011
ISBN: 978-0-88192-823-5
Product No. 682823

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

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$67.95 £35.00 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-795-5
Product No. 682795

Clematis for Small Spaces
RAYMOND J. EVISON

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$49.95 £20.00 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-851-8
Product No. 682851

Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

Planting and Maintaining
a Tree Collection

Dogwoods

SIMON TOOMER

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

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

hardcover, 6 x 9"
232 pp, color insert
$39.95 CAN$57.95 £20.00 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-930-0
Product No. 682930

hardcover, 73/8 x 103/8"
224 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$57.95 £25.00 © 2005
ISBN: 978-0-88192-679-8
Product No. 682679

PAUL CAPPIELLO & DON SHADOW

TREES AND SHRUBS

Conifers of the World
The complete reference
JAMES E. ECKENWALDER

This comprehensive reference
on 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$85.00 £45.00 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-974-4
Product No. 682974

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$36.95 £14.99 © 2004
ISBN: 978-1-60469-002-6
Product No. 689002

Choice Magazine Outstanding
Academic Book

Bitner offers basic information on
cultivation and maintenance for more
than 300 of the best conifers for use in
home gardens.
flexibind, 53/4 x 81/4"
224 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 £14.99 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-170-2
Product No. 689170

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.
hardcover, 8 x 9½"
296 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$49.95 £20.00 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-193-1
Product No. 689193
eISBN: 978-1-60469-303-4

hardcover: $29.95 CAN$43.95
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 a
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$49.95 £25.00 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-114-6
Product No. 689114
eISBN: 978-1-60469-356-0

Designing with Conifers

hardcover, 9 x 105/8"
144 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$49.95 £25.00 © 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$67.95 £35.00 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-932-4
Product No. 682932

Bonsai with
Japanese Maples
PETER ADAMS

Offers information on the
specific horticultural needs of
Japanese maples as bonsai
subjects and techniques for
creating and maintaining
beautiful specimens.
hardcover, 7 x 9"
156 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$49.95 £25.00 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-809-9
Product No. 682809

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$57.95 £30.00 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-869-3
Product No. 682869

35,000 in print

SPRING 2016

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SPECIALTY PLANTS

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.
Succulents Simplified
BEST
SELLER

Growing, designing, and crafting
with 100 easy-care varieties
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.
paperback, 8 x 8¾"
272 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £16.99 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-393-5
Product No. 689393
eISBN: 978-1-60469-516-8
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club
25,000 in print

The Gardener’s Guide to Cactus
The 100 best paddles, barrels,
columns, and globes
SCOTT CALHOUN

Calhoun offers detailed descriptions of
the 100 best cactus for gardens, with
advice on planting and care, using
containers, and identification tips.
paperback, 8 x 9"
228 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £16.99 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-200-6
Product No. 689200
eISBN: 978-1-60469-380-5

Succulent Container Gardens
BEST
SELLER

Design eye-catching displays
with 350 easy-care plants
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.
hardcover, 75/8 x 91/4"
248 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$43.95 £20.00 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-959-1
Product No. 682959
eISBN: 978-1-60469-128-3
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club
54,600 in print

Designing with Succulents

Living sculptures for
landscapes and containers
GREG STARR

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.

This complete reference profiles
75 species and additional cultivars,
with information on hardiness,
sun exposure, water needs, soil
requirements, and methods of
propagation.

hardcover, 75/8 x 91/4"
256 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$43.95 £20.00 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-816-7
Product No. 682816
eISBN: 978-1-60469-296-9

hardcover, 7 x 9"
348 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$57.95 £25.00 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-198-6
Product No. 689198
eISBN: 978-1-60469-400-0

Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club
44,000 in print

46

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Agaves

SPECIALTY PLANTS

NEW

Cacti and Succulents
for Cold Climates

The Timber Press Guide to
Succulent Plants of the World

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.

This accessible guide offers cultivation
and growing information for commonly
available varieties. Hewitt-Cooper also
shows gardeners how to incorporate
carnivorous plants into their garden,
how to design with them, and how to
display them indoors.

hardcover, 87/8 x 11¼"
344 pp, full color throughout
$49.95 CAN$67.95 £35.00 © 2011
ISBN: 978-0-88192-995-9
Product No. 682995

paper over board, 8 x 9"
224 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$43.95 £18.00 © 2016
ISBN: 978-1-60469-579-3
Product No. 689579

hardcover, 7 x 9"
368 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$57.95 £25.00 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-264-8
Product No. 689264
eISBN: 978-1-60469-424-6

Timber Press Pocket
Guide to Palms
ROBERT LEE RIFFLE

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$28.95 £14.99 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-776-4
Product No. 682776

The Encyclopedia of
Cultivated Palms
Second edition
ROBERT LEE RIFFLE,
PAUL CRAFT, & SCOTT ZONA

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
$69.95 CAN$98.00 £45.00 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-205-1
Product No. 689205
eISBN: 978-1-60469-425-3

¡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$21.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-947-8
Product No. 682947

Carnivorous Plants
Gardening with extraordinary botanicals
NIGEL HEWITT-COOPER

Encyclopedia of Exotic
Plants for Temperate
Climates

Exotic Planting for
Adventurous Gardeners

WILL GILES

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

This comprehensive guide
offers detailed cultivation
advice and photographs for
500 species and cultivars,
including aroids, bananas,
gingers, bromeliads, cacti,
yuccas, ferns, and palms.
hardcover, 81/2 x 11"
440 pp, full color throughout
$49.95 CAN$67.95 £35.00 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-785-6
Product No. 682785

CHRISTOPHER LLOYD

hardcover, 8 x 11"
192 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$43.95 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-842-6
Product No. 682842

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NEW

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"
264 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £15.00 © 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-560-1
Product No. 689560
paper over board: $34.95 CAN$49.95
ISBN: 978-1-60469-647-9
Product No. 689647

Shade
Ideas and inspiration
for shady gardens
KEITH WILEY

Wiley highlights the
practicalities of preparing,
planting, and maintaining
a shade garden. With
plant profiles and growing
information.
paperback, 81/2 x 11"
176 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 £15.00 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-895-2
Product No. 682895

48

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Moss Gardening

Green Roof Plants

The New Encyclopedia of Hostas

Including lichens, liverworts,
and other miniatures
GEORGE SCHENK

A resource and planting guide

Revised and updated
DIANA GRENFELL & MICHAEL SHADRACK

Schenk offers practical and
comprehensive information on
growing and designing with hundreds
of mosses and nonmosses, including
lichens and liverworts.

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"
262 pp, color insert
$34.95 CAN$49.95 £25.00 © 1997
ISBN: 978-0-88192-370-4
Product No. 682370

hardcover, 6 x 9"
204 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$43.95 £20.00 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-787-0
Product No. 682787

EDMUND C. SNODGRASS &
LUCIE L. SNODGRASS

This second edition of a classic
provides detailed descriptions,
growing information, and photographs
for more than 700 cultivated hostas.
hardcover, 81/2 x 11"
472 pp, full color throughout
$49.95 CAN$67.95 £35.00 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-960-7
Product No. 682960

American Horticultural Society Book Award
Garden Writers Association of America Award
of Excellence

Encyclopedia of
Garden Ferns

Bamboo for Gardens

Practical Bamboos

The Book of Little Hostas

TED JORDAN MEREDITH

SUE OLSEN

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.

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

200 small, very small, and mini
varieties
KATHY GUEST SHADRACK
& MICHAEL SHADRACK

hardcover, 81/2 x 11"
444 pp, full color throughout
$59.95 CAN$85.00 £40.00 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-819-8
Product No. 682819

hardcover, 73/8 x 103/8"
408 pp, full color throughout
$45.00 CAN$62.00 £29.99 © 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

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$28.95 £14.99 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-056-9
Product No. 689056

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$39.95 £17.99 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-060-6
Product No. 689060
eISBN: 978-1-60469-272-3

SPECIALTY PLANTS
[front flap]
US$00.00
Daffodils are the quintessential spring
flower, their arrival in our gardens,
parks, and woodlands a sure sign that
winter is drawing to a close. Their
popularity and resilience have gained
them a foothold in many corners of
the globe, where enthusiasts have experimented with their basic trumpetand-petal design to raise over 25,000
cultivars in every imaginable shade of
yellow. As much a symbol of renewal
and vitality as a garden plant, daffodils
have colonized paintings, ceramics,
and poetry and become a metaphor
for the relationship between humans
and nature, their wildness and optimistic spirit brightening our homes in
the dark days of winter.

Daffodil

Noel Kingsbury is a well-known designer,
commentator, and writer on plants, gardens,
landscape, and the environment. His doctorate in horticultural ecology from the University of Sheffield focused on the selection
and management of ornamental perennials
and he is still engaged in active research in
this field. Noel is interested in combining
natives and non-natives in ecological planting schemes and a passionate advocate for
sustainable plant combinations that require
minimal intervention from the gardener.
He trials plants and gardens at his home on
the border between England and Wales and
travels widely.

Kingsbury & Whitworth

Jo Whitworth is an award-winning photographer based in the UK. Her inspirational
images feature in a wide range of books and
magazines. While taking photographs for
this book, she discovered the original seedbeds where Victorian breeders conducted
their trials, found colonies of wild daffodils alive and well in British meadows, and
photographed contemporary breeders at
work across the British Isles from Cornwall
to Scotland.
Jacket photo credits: ***
Author photo credits: Andrea Jones {NK},
Rob Whitworth {JW}
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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$62.00 £30.00 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-106-1
Product No. 689106

Daffodil

The remarkable story of the
world’s most popular spring
flower Noel Kingsbury with
photographs by Jo Whitworth

[jacket spine]
The Daffodil
Kingsbury& Whitworth
TP logo

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

Daffodil

Steppes

Cultivating the rainbow for
beginners and enthusiasts
KELLY D. NORRIS

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

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

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

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

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.

hardcover, 8 x 9"
352 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$57.95 £25.00 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-208-2
Product No. 689208
eISBN: 978-1-60469-406-2

The Rock Garden Plant Primer

Rock Garden Plants

Easy, small plants for containers, patios, and
the open garden
CHRISTOPHER GREY-WILSON

A color encyclopedia
BALDASSARE MINEO

hardcover, 75/8 x 91/4"
232 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$43.95 £20.00 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-928-7
Product No. 682928
eISBN: 978-1-60469-137-5

Noel Kingsbury
Special Photography by Jo
Whitworth

A Guide to Bearded Irises

hardcover, 7 x 9"
220 pp, full color throughout
$27.50 CAN$39.50 £17.99 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-318-8
Product No. 689318
eISBN: 978-1-60469-559-5

American Horticultural Society Book Award

Grey-Wilson recommends easyto-grow plants for a variety of rock
garden situations, with information on
how to grow and care for them.

The Remarkable Story of
the World’s Most Popular
Spring Flower

NEW

[back flap]
[author photo posted – the green jumper
one]

Crocuses

[jacket front]
Daffodil

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$85.00 © 1999
ISBN: 978-0-88192-432-9
Product No. 682432
New York Times Editors' Choice—
Best Books for Gardening

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$28.95 £14.99 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-846-4
Product No. 682846

hardcover, 8 ½ x 10"
360 pp, full color throughout
$49.95 CAN$67.95 £35.00 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-465-9
Product No. 689465

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$57.95 £25.00 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-900-3
Product No. 682900
eISBN: 978-1-60469-156-6

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49

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Gardens in China
PETER VALDER

More than 500 stunning
photographs document the
temple courtyards, gardens,
public parks, botanical
gardens, and arboreta of
China.
hardcover, 81/2 x 111/4"
400 pp, full color throughout
$59.95 CAN$85.00 £45.00 © 2002
ISBN: 978-0-88192-555-5
Product No. 682555
Choice Magazine Outstanding
Academic Book

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

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$67.95 £35.00 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-880-8
Product No. 682880

50

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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$85.00 £40.00 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-876-1
Product No. 682876

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$85.00 © 2002
ISBN: 978-0-88192-547-0
Product No. 682547

Vanilla Orchids
Natural history and cultivation
KEN CAMERON

This complete account of
the genus features detailed
profiles of selected species
and hybrids, and important
tips on cultivation.
hardcover, 6 x 9"
212 pp, color insert
$34.95 CAN$49.95 £20.00 © 2011
ISBN: 978-0-88192-989-8
Product No. 682989
eISBN: 978-1-60469-321-8

Moth Orchids
The complete guide
to phalaenopsis
STEVEN A. FROWINE

Growing information, with
notes on light levels, potting
media, watering, and
directions on how to repot,
trim, and propagate round
out this complete guide.
hardcover, 81/2 x 10"
204 pp, full color throughout
$49.95 CAN$67.95 £30.00 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-870-9
Product No. 682870
eISBN: 978-1-60469-162-7

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

Buried Treasures

The Iris Family

Calochortus

Finding and growing the
world’s choicest bulbs
JĀNIS RUKŠĀNS

Natural history and classification
PETER GOLDBLATT
& JOHN C. MANNING

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

This fascinating book
recounts the author’s
extensive travels and offers
information about the
cultivation of every major and
minor genus of bulb-forming
plant.

This comprehensive
guide includes scientific
classification with keys to the
genera, up-to-date natural
history, and more than 200
color photographs.

This comprehensive,
illustrated guide covers the
history, distribution, habitat,
and cultivation of this North
American native plant.

hardcover, 73/8 x 103/8"
460 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$57.95 £30.00 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-818-1
Product No. 682818

hardcover, 81/2 x 11"
336 pp, full color throughout
$79.95 CAN$112.00 £40.00 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-897-6
Product No. 682897

hardcover, 6 x 9"
232 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$43.95 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-844-0
Product No. 682844

SCIENCE FOR GARDENERS

PLANT SCIENTIST
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.

Teaming with Microbes

BEST
SELLER

Teaming with Nutrients
BEST
SELLER

Lowenfels reveals the role of both
macronutrients and micronutrients
and shows gardeners how to provide
these essentials through organic,
easy-to-follow techniques.

Garden Writers Association Silver Award

NEW

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.
hardcover, 6 x 9"
220 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £17.99 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-113-9
Product No. 689113
eISBN: 978-1-60469-254-9

The organic gardener's guide to
optimizing plant nutrition

hardcover, 6 x 9"
250 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £17.99 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-314-0
Product No. 689314
eISBN: 978-1-60469-517-5

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

Garden Writers Association Gold Award
43,500 in print

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

—The Oregonian

THE
GARDENER’S
GUIDE to
WEATHER
& CLIMATE

BEST
SELLER

BEST
SELLER

Michael Allaby

WHY the
growing season
is getting longer

HOW to create
microclimates
in your garden

WHY some
plants freeze
when others
survive

The Dictionary of
Science for Gardeners

The Gardener’s Guide to
Weather and Climate

6000 scientific terms explored
and explained
MICHAEL ALLABY

MICHAEL ALLABY

This must-have reference helps
gardeners navigate the complex world
of science by defining more than
6,000 words from 16 branches of
science. Hundreds of black and white
illustrations help clarify key definitions
and explain abstract concepts.
paper over board, 7 x 9"
556 pp, b&w illustrations throughout
$39.95 CAN$57.95 £25.00 © 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-483-3
Product No. 689483

WHAT is the
Greenhouse
Effect

This comprehensive overview of
how the weather works arms home
gardeners with the knowledge they
need to create a weather-resilient
landscape. Includes explanations of
climate change and microclimates.
paper over board, 7 x 9"
336 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$43.95 £20.00 © 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-554-0
Product No. 689554

Botany for Gardeners

How Plants Work

Third edition
BRIAN CAPON

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

This introduction to the world of
botany explains how plants work in
a reader-friendly, accessible, and
accurate way.
paperback, 6 x 9"
268 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 £14.99 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-095-8
Product No. 689095
eISBN: 978-1-60469-253-2
More than 200,000 in print

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.
paperback, 6 x 9"
236 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 £15.00 © 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-338-6
Product No. 689338

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GARDEN REFERENCE

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 choices to the most
responsible ways to use chemicals.
paperback, 6 x 9"
336 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £14.99 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-306-5
Product No. 689306
eISBN: 978-1-60469-532-8

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$28.95 £14.99 © 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$36.95 © 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$36.95 © 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$36.95 £16.99 © 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$36.95 £16.99 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-118-4
Product No. 689118
eISBN: 978-1-60469-360-7

Living Now Book Award

52

SPRING 2016

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$36.95 £17.99 © 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, 7½ x 9"
320 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £14.99 @2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-414-7
Product No. 689414

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$18.95 £6.99 © 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$18.95 £6.99 © 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$18.95 £7.99 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-235-8
Product No. 689235
eISBN: 978-1-60469-396-6

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$24.95 £9.99 © 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$36.95 £17.99 © 2003
ISBN: 978-0-88192-584-5
Product No. 682584
eISBN: 978-1-60469-018-7
25,000 in print

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$43.95 £20.00 © 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$33.95 © 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.

6-copy counter display
$89.70 CAN$131.70
ISBN: 978-1-60469-461-1
Product No. 689461

paperback, 5 x 8"
224 pp, b&w photos throughout
$14.95 CAN$21.95 £9.99 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-214-3
Product No. 689214
eISBN: 978-1-60469-536-6

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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$49.95 © 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$36.95 £17.99 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-076-7
Product No. 689076

54

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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$57.95 £25.00 © 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$43.95 © 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$28.95 £12.99 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-196-2
Product No. 689196
eISBN: 978-1-60469-398-0

Mind-Altering and Poisonous
Plants of the World
A scientifically accurate guide to
1200 toxic and intoxicating plants
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$67.95 £30.00 © 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$67.95 £35.00 © 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$200.00 © 2005
ISBN: 978-0-88192-750-4
Product No. 682750

GARDEN REFERENCE

plants
from
test tubes
an Introduction to

mIcropropagatIon
Fourth Edition

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$57.95 £25.00 © 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-463-5
Product No. 689463

ANDREA HEISTINGER

hardcover, 7 x 9"
344 pp, full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$57.95 £25.00 © 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$49.95 £25.00 © 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$57.95 £30.00 © 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$49.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-189-4
Product No. 689189

hardcover, 81/2 x 11"
927 pp
$79.95 CAN$112.00 © 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$67.95 £35.00 © 2004
ISBN: 978-0-88192-602-6
Product No. 682602

paperback, 6 x 9"
800 pp, b&w illustrations throughout
$29.95 CAN$43.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-987-4
Product No. 682987
Choice Magazine
Outstanding Academic Book

SPRING 2016

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f

NATURE

AlAin
& MArie-JeAnne
Génevé

NEW

Wild Fruit
A F ield G uide

to

B ritain

and

e urope

fg
California Mushrooms

The Kingdom Fungi

Wild Fruit

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

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

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

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$83.00 © 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-353-9
Product No. 689353

A comprehensive look at the biology,
structure, and morphological diversity
of fungi, with information on their
ecological importance in nature.

Wolves in the Land of Salmon
DAVID MOSKOWITZ

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

A field guide featuring 220 wild fruits
with plant descriptions that include
information on identification, tasting
notes, and the plant’s medicinal uses.

hardcover, 6 x 9"
328 pp, color insert
$34.95 CAN$49.95 £20.00 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-891-4
Product No. 682891
eISBN: 978-1-60469-402-4

hardcover, 7 x 9"
316 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$43.95 £20.00 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-227-3
Product No. 689227
eISBN: 978-1-60469-490-1

87/8"

flexibind, 6¼ x
224 pp, full color throughout
$32.00 CAN$45.00 £20.00 © 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-586-1
Product No. 689586
eISBN: 978-1-60469-636-3

Choice Magazine
Outstanding Academic Book

Pacific
Northwest

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

southeast

BEST
SELLER

Northeast

Foraging

BEST
SELLER

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

Foraging

BEST
SELLER

120 wild and �avorful

edibles from beach plums
to wineberries
Leda Meredith

Dougl as Deur

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

“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.”

“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

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

California Foraging

Pacific Northwest Foraging

Southeast Foraging

Northeast Foraging

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

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

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

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

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

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.

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

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

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.

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"
296 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-499-4
Product No. 689499

paperback, 6 ½ x 9"
316 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 @2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-417-8
Product No. 689417
eISBN: 978-1-60469-601-1

Midwest Foraging

paperback, 6 ½ x 9"
320 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-531-1
Product No. 689531
eISBN: 978-1-60469-702-5

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paperback, 6 ½ x 9"
316 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 @2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-420-8
Product No. 689420

paperback, 6 ½ x 9"
304 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 @2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-352-2
Product No. 689352
eISBN: 978-1-60469-615-8

NATURE

Latin
for

Over 3,000
bird names
explored
and explained

Bird
Lovers
DR. ROGER LEDERER & CAROL BURR

Plant Conservation

Super-Charged

Octopus

Latin for Bird Lovers

Why it matters and how it works
TIMOTHY WALKER

How outlaws, hippies, and scientists
reinvented marijuana
JIM RENDON

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

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

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

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

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.

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$43.95 £14.99 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-260-0
Product No. 689260
eISBN: 978-1-60469-569-4

The New American
Landscape
Leading voices on the future
of sustainable gardening
EDITED BY THOMAS CHRISTOPHER

14 important voices in
the world of sustainable
gardening come together to
reconsider the future of home
gardens in America.
hardcover, 7¼ x 9¼"
256 pp, full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$49.95 £20.00 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-186-3
Product No. 689186
eISBN: 978-1-60469-304-1

hardcover, 5½ x 8¼"
256 pp
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £18.99 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-295-2
Product No. 689295
eISBN: 978-1-60469-413-0

hardcover, 61/2 x 9"
240 pp, color insert
$27.95 CAN$39.95 £16.99 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-067-5
Product No. 689067

Insects and Gardens

Bees, Wasps, and Ants

In pursuit of a garden ecology
ERIC GRISSELL

The indispensable role of
Hymenoptera in gardens
ERIC GRISSELL

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$28.95 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-768-9
Product No. 682768
American Horticultural
Society Book Award
Garden Writers Association

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$39.95 £17.99 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-988-1
Product No. 682988

paper over board, 6¾ x 9"
224 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £14.99 @2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-546-5
Product No. 689546

A Short History
of the Honey Bee

Keeping Bees
in Towns and Cities

Humans, flowers, and bees
in the eternal chase for honey
E. READICKER-HENDERSON

LUKE DIXON

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$28.95 £14.99 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-942-3
Product No. 682942
eISBN: 978-1-60469-144-3

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$28.95 £14.99 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-287-7
Product No. 689287
eISBN: 978-1-60469-449-9

American Horticultural
Society Book Award

Garden Globe Award
New York Times Editors' Choice—
Best Books for Gardening

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FIELD GUIDES
SHIPS FEBRUARY
BEST
SELLER

NEW

MUSHROOMS of the

ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION

of the PACIFIC NORTHWEST

Vera Stucky Evenson & Denver Botanic Gardens

Steve Trudell & Joe Ammirati

timber press field guide

Mushrooms of the Rocky
Mountain Region

A Timber Press Field Guide
TED ELLIMAN & THE NEW ENGLAND
WILD FLOWER SOCIETY

A Timber Press Field Guide
VERA STUCKY EVENSON
& DENVER BOTANIC GARDENS

This fully illustrated guide helps
nature lovers identify 900 species
of wildflowers, both native and
naturalized, commonly found in ME,
MA, NH, VT, RI, and CT.

This field guide profiles 70 mushroom
species with color photographs, keys,
and diagrams to aid in identification.
For CO, NM, UT, and WY.

flexibind, 5¾ x 8¼"
462 pp, full color throughout
$27.95 CAN$39.95 ©2016
ISBN: 978-1-60469-464-2
Product No. 689464

MUSHROOMS

COLORADO · NEW MEXICO · UTAH · WYOMING

TIMBER PRESS FIELD GUIDE

Wildflowers of New England

BEST
SELLER

flexibind, 5¾ x 8¼"
300 pp, full color throughout
$27.95 CAN$39.95 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-576-2
Product No. 689576

Mushrooms of the
Pacific Northwest
A Timber Press Field Guide
STEVE TRUDELL & JOE AMMIRATI

This bestselling field guide presents
descriptions and photographs of 460
of the region's most distinctive and
ecologically important mushrooms.
For OR, WA, ID, southwestern MT,
and southern BC.
flexibind, 53/4 x 81/4"
352 pp, full color throughout
$27.95 CAN$39.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-935-5
Product No. 682935
eISBN: 978-1-60469-141-2
26,000 in print

Trees and Shrubs of
the Pacific Northwest

Wildflowers of the
Pacific Northwest

A Timber Press Field Guide
MARK TURNER & ELLEN KUHLMANN

A Timber Press Field Guide
MARK TURNER & PHYLLIS GUSTAFSON

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 southern BC.

flexibind, 5¾ x 8¼"
448 pp, full color throughout
$27.95 CAN$39.95 @ 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-263-1
Product No. 689263

flexibind, 53/4 x 81/4"
512 pp, full color throughout
$27.95 CAN$39.95 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-745-0
Product No. 682745
American Horticultural Society Book Award
30,000 in print

58

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Wildlife of the Pacific Northwest

Insects of the Pacific Northwest

Tracking and identifying mammals, birds,
reptiles, amphibians, and invertebrates
A Timber Press Field Guide
DAVID MOSKOWITZ

A Timber Press Field Guide
PETER HAGGARD & JUDY HAGGARD

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$37.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-949-2
Product No. 682949

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$36.95 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-689-7
Product No. 682689

ARMCHAIR GARDENING

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 results in gorgeously clear close-up images of nature. To
learn more about Robert Llewellyn and his work visit robertllewellyn.com.
Seeing Trees
Seeing Seeds
Discover the extraordinary
A journey into the world
BEST
NEW of seedheads, pods, and fruits
SELLER secrets of everyday trees
BY NANCY ROSS HUGO
BY TERI DUNN CHACE
PHOTOGRAPHS BY ROBERT LLEWELLYN

PHOTOGRAPHS BY ROBERT LLEWELLYN

Llewellyn’s stunning photographs
and Chace’s charming narrative
will forever change the way we look
at seeds. Readers will learn how
seeds are formed, how they got their
names, and the role they play in the
environment.

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.

hardcover, 8 ½ x 10"
284 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$43.95 £20.00 © 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-492-5
Product No. 689492

hardcover, 8¾ x 10³/8"
245 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$43.95 £18.99 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-219-8
Product No. 689219
eISBN: 978-1-60469-327-0
25,000 in print

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

Trees Up Close

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

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

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.

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.

hardcover, 8½ x 10"
304 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$43.95 £20.00 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-422-2
Product No. 689422

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

paperback, 6¾ x 6¾"
200 pp, full color throughout
$15.00 CAN$22.00 £9.99 © 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-582-3
Product No. 689582
4-copy counter display:
$60.00 CAN$88.00
ISBN:978-1-60469-608-0
Product No. 689608

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ARMCHAIR GARDENING

NEW

THE NATURAL WORLD OF WINNIE-THE-POOH
A walk through the forest that inspired the Hundred Acre Wood
hardcover, 6¾ x 9"
308 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £15.00 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-599-1
Product No. 689599

This charming, fully illustrated book explores real places in Ashdown
Forest that inspired A. A. Milne to create the Hundred Acre Wood,
the enchanting landscapes where Pooh lives and plays. Readers
will discover how Milne's childhood connection with nature and his
role as a father influenced his famous stories, and how his close
collaboration with E. H. Shepard brought those stories to life.

KATHRYN AALTO is an American landscape designer, historian, writer,
and lecturer living in Exeter, England. She has master’s degrees in
garden history and creative nonfiction with a particular interest in
literary landscapes. She is a member of the Association for the Study of
Literature and the Environment, the Garden Writers Association, and the
Garden History Society.
“In Which Piglet
mp”
Meets a Heffalu
ooh)
(Winnie-the-P

“Everyone who loves Pooh and
Piglet and Christopher Robin will
cherish this behind-the-scenes
exploration of A. A Milne’s world.”

Exp
Hundre

—Amy Stewart, author, The Drunken Botanist

alumps
enough room for
t tree provided
, the old walnu
when his LonAt Cotchford Farm
stuffed bear, but
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crowded.
the real Christophe
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to visit the count
came
there?
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don friend
for tea. But living
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cours
of
visit,
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recall
,
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was another piece
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close by—the well
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the Taskers’ cottag
bors, Christodug to supply
ed it. Playing neigh
wooden shed cover
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enclosed and a
each other by walki
Anne “visited”
pher Robin and

The Trap for Heff

inspired by a
path had been
The little stone
er had been hired
named Mr. Farm
at the time. A man
topher Robin
was underway
rock garden. Chris
g through their
ge stones in patto build crazy pavin
sand base, arran
en
him set down the
the spaces betwe
loved to watch
into
sand
brush and water
choose smaller
him
terns on top, and
let
er
Mr. Farm
d to do it, too.
one to his own
them. He wante
carried one by
topher Robin then
own
Chris
his
laid
which
s,
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stone
t tree. There
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“home” and garde
shed where Anne
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tree to the pump
in the child’s mind
path from the
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wooden sundi
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he had made.

92

My Garden,
the City and Me

The Roots of My Obsession

How to garden wiser as you
grow older
SYDNEY EDDISON

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

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.

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

hardcover, 53/8 x 7¼"
144 pp, b&w line drawings throughout
$18.95 CAN$27.95 £9.99 © 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$21.95 £8.99 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-266-2
Product No. 689266
eISBN: 978-1-60469-252-5
American Horticultural
Society Book Award

60

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stOri es
Origi ns Of the

93

WOOd
hund red Acre
explO ring the

Gardening for a Lifetime

Rooftop adventures
in the wilds of London
HELEN BABBS

OR
o
STO

that
garden project

paperback, 5 x 8"
164 pp
$14.95 CAN$21.95 £9.99 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-271-6
Product No. 689271
eISBN: 978-1-60469-412-3
6-copy counter display
$89.70 CAN$131.70
ISBN: 978-1-60469-403-1
Product No. 689403

Down to Earth with Helen
Dillon
HELEN DILLON

These delightful essays
encapsulate Helen Dillon’s
lifetime of gardening knowhow, deep love of plants,
and assured sense of garden
design.
hardcover, 71/2 x 95/8"
224 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$43.95 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-859-4
Product No. 682859

Deep-Rooted Wisdom
Skills and stories from
generations of gardeners
AUGUSTUS JENKINS FARMER

This inspiring guide shares
the nearly lost skills of
generations of gardeners,
like pass-along plants, seed
saving, and homemade
garden structures.
paperback, 6¾ x 9¼"
248 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £14.99 @2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-452-9
Product No. 689452
eISBN: 978-1-60469-600-4

ARMCHAIR GARDENING

Down the
Garden Path
BEVERLEY NICHOLS

Nichols tells the hilarious
story of creating
his first garden in
Huntingdonshire in the
1930s.

hardcover, 5 ½ x 8"
308 pp
b&w illustrations throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £17.99 ©1998
ISBN: 978-0-88192-710-8
Product No. 682710
eISBN: 978-1-60469-006-4
ploring the
ed Acre Woo
d

RIGINS
of the
ORIES

Sunlight on the Lawn
BEVERLEY NICHOLS

Nichols tells the story of
renovating his rundown
Georgian mansion and the
problems he encountered
along the way.
hardcover, 51/2 x 8"
273 pp
b&w illustrations throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £17.99 © 1999
ISBN: 978-0-88192-467-1
Product No. 682467

Down the
Kitchen Sink

Laughter on
the Stairs

BEVERLEY NICHOLS

BEVERLEY NICHOLS

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
These carefully selected
and the people and
problems he encountered passages and quotes
offer a tantalizing taste
along the way.
of Nichols's humor,
hardcover, 51/2 x 8"
passion, poetry, and
260 pp
opinions about plants.

hardcover, 51/2 x 8"
212 pp
b&w illustrations throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £17.99 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-804-4
Product No. 682804
eISBN: 978-1-60469-011-8

b&w illustrations throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £17.99 © 1998
ISBN: 978-0-88192-460-2
Product No. 682460
eISBN: 978-1-60469-013-2

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

hardcover, 53/8 x 7¼"
136 pp
b&w illustrations throughout
$17.95 CAN$25.95 £9.99 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-948-5
Product No. 682948
eISBN: 978-1-60469-150-4

The View from
Great Dixter
Christopher Lloyd’s
garden legacy
EDITED BY ROSEMARY
ALEXANDER &
FERGUS GARRETT

Christopher Lloyd's
wide circle of family and
friends describe what
Great Dixter means to
them through essays,
letters, and art.
hardcover, 7 x 9”
208 pp, full color throughout
$27.95 CAN$39.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-215-0
Product No. 689215

BEST
SELLER

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

hardcover, 6¼ x 8"
340 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £16.99 © 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

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.

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HOUSEPLANTS

THE HOUSEPLANT EXPERT

NEW

The Indestructible Houseplant
200 beautiful plants that everyone can grow

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 of The Early Show.

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$32.95 £15.00 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-501-4
Product No. 689501

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

—Country Gardens
The Unexpected Houseplant
220 extraordinary choices for every spot in your home

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.
paperback, 7³/8 x 9"
256 pp, full color throughout
$22.95 CAN$32.95 £14.99 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-243-3
Product No. 689243
eISBN: 978-1-60469-426-0
28,000 in print

AIR PLANTS

grow

| design | craft

AIR PLANTS

SHIPS DECEMBER

SHIPS JANUARY

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

BEST
SELLER

NEW
NEW

Air Plants

The Manual of Interior Plantscaping

What’s Wrong with My Houseplant?

The curious world of tillandsias
ZENAIDA SENGO

A guide to design, installation, and maintenance
KATHY FEDIW

Save your indoor plants with 100% organic solutions
DAVID DEARDORFF & KATHRYN WADSWORTH

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.

Fediw shares the secrets of successful
indoor plantings, with profiles of the 60
best indoor plants and tested information
on watering practices, pruning, plant
nutrition, and preventing pests and
diseases.

This hardworking, fully illustrated guide
shows how much light, water, and fertilizer
hundreds of indoor plants need to thrive.
Readers will also learn how to identify
potential problems and discover effective,
nature-friendly remedies.

paper over board, 7½ x 9¼"
296 pp, full color throughout
$49.95 CAN$67.95 £35.00 © 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-557-1
Product No. 689557

paperback, 75/8 x 9¼"
304 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £16.99 © 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-590-8
Product No. 689590

paperback, 7¾ x 9½"
224 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 £12.99 © 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-489-5
Product No. 689489
eISBN: 978-1-60469-651-6

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GARDEN CRAFTS

MOSAIC
Mosaic
GARDEN
Garden
PROJECTS
Projects

NEW

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

Mosaic Garden Projects

Concrete Garden Projects

Color Concrete Garden Projects

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

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

This hands-on guide features a primer on
mosaic fundamentals and 25 step-by-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 9"
256 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 £14.99 © 2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-487-1
Product No. 689487

paperback, 7¾ x 9½"
133 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 £12.99 © 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$28.95 £15.00 ©2015
ISBN: 978-1-60469-539-7
Product No. 689539

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

Forkner offers step-by-step instructions using eco
friendly materials to create simple yet eye-catching
garden crafts, including containers, benches,
tables, and more.
paperback, 8 x 8½"
224 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 £14.99 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-185-6
Product No. 689185
eISBN: 978-1-60469-375-1
Garden Writers Association Award
45,000 in print

Keshiki Bonsai

Gardening in Miniature

The easy, modern way to create miniature landscapes
KENJI KOBAYASHI

Create your own tiny living world
JANIT CALVO

This simplified approach to bonsai features 37
stylish projects with step-by-step instructions for
creating landscapes with stones, moss, and plants.

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

paperback, 7 x 9½"
176 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 £14.99 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-359-1
Product No. 689359

paperback with flaps, 8 x 7½"
256 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 £12.99 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-372-0
Product No. 689372
eISBN: 978-1-60469-528-1
29,000 in print

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GARDEN CRAFTS

BEST
SELLER

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

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$27.95 £9.99 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-234-1
Product No. 689234
eISBN: 978-1-60469-309-6

The Book of Gardening Projects for Kids
101 ways to get kids outside, dirty, and having fun
WHITNEY COHEN & JOHN FISHER

Cohen and Fisher share gardening advice and
101 family-friendly activities, including how to
design a play-friendly garden and preserve the
garden's bounty.

64

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The Art of Botanical Drawing

Personalize your craft with organic colors from acorns,
blackberries, coffee, and other everyday ingredients
SASHA DUERR

An introductory guide
AGATHE RAVET-HAEVERMANS

Duerr explains the basics of making and using
natural plant dye, with simple projects using a
variety of fabrics and fibers.
paperback, 9 x 8”
172 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 £14.99 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-071-2
Product No. 689071

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
$19.99 CAN$28.99 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-990-4
Product No. 682990

Selection of the Crafter’s
Choice Book Club

29,000 in print

paperback, 8 x 9"
256 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 £12.99
© 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-245-7
Product No. 689245
eISBN: 978-1-60469-405-5

The Handbook of Natural Plant Dyes

hardcover: $29.95 CAN$43.95
ISBN: 978-1-60469-373-7
Product No. 689373

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

Detrick shares the basics of macrophotography,
with explanations of digital single-lens reflex
cameras and details on image composition.
paperback, 9¼ x 9½"
176 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £17.99 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-890-7
Product No. 682890
eISBN: 978-1-60469-154-2

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$32.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-997-3
Product No. 682997
Garden Writers Association Gold Award

PACIFIC NORTHWEST

PEDAL
PORTLAND

BEST
SELLER

25 Easy Rides for
Exploring the
City by Bike

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

the

pacific northwest
garden tour
TODD ROLL

Portland Hill Walks

Portland City Walks

The Portland Stairs Book

Pedal Portland

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

25 easy rides for exploring
the city by bike
TODD ROLL

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$28.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-325-6
Product No. 689325
eISBN: 978-1-60469-538-0

20 walks that explore the
unique neighborhoods of
Portland and nearby towns,
with tips on places to eat and
drink.
paperback, 6 x 9"
320 pp, b&w photos throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-885-3
Product No. 682885
eISBN: 978-1-60469-157-3

20 outdoor stairways that
have amazing backstories
and offer a unique
opportunity for urban
explorers to discover
something new.
paperback, 5 x 7"
144 pp, b&w photos throughout
$12.95 CAN$18.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-069-9
Product No. 689069

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$24.95 @ 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-423-9
Product No. 689423
eISBN: 978-1-60469-602-8

donald olson

The Pacific Northwest
Garden Tour
The 60 best 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$36.95 © 2014
ISBN: 978-1-60469-451-2
Product No. 689451
eISBN: 978-1-60469-643-1

MUST-SEE

BIRDS
OF THE
PACIFIC
NORTHWEST

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

The Willamette
River Field Guide
200 miles of adventure from
the Cascades to the Columbia
TRAVIS WILLIAMS

A comprehensive guide to the
river’s history, ecology, and
geography, and the effects of
alterations to its ecology.
paperback, 61/2 x 9"
220 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-866-2
Product No. 682866
eISBN: 978-1-60469-148-1

Portland Forest Hikes

The Oregon Companion

Twenty close-in wilderness walks
JAMES D. THAYER

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

20 wilderness hikes within 20
miles of downtown Portland,
with maps, bus routes,
length, grade, geology, and
local history.
paperback, 51/8 x 71/2"
192 pp, b&w photos throughout
$16.95 CAN$24.95 © 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$43.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-899-0
Product No. 682899
eISBN: 978-1-60469-147-4

Includes

8 WEEKEND BIRDING TRIPS

The Northwest
Nature Guide

Must-See Birds of the
Pacific Northwest

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

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$43.95 © 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 birdwatching weekend trips. For
OR and WA.
paperback, 7 x 9"
244 pp, full color throughout
$19.95 CAN$28.95 © 2013
ISBN: 978-1-60469-337-9
Product No. 689337
eISBN: 978-1-60469-548-9

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“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$27.95 © 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60469-089-7
Product No. 689089
eISBN: 978-1-60469-313-3
5-copy counter display:
$101.70 CAN$139.75
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, 5¼ x 79/16"
296 pp, two color throughout
$16.95 CAN$24.95 © 2012
ISBN: 978-1-60469-284-6
Product No. 689284

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$27.95 ©2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-090-3
Product No. 689090
eISBN: 978-1-60469-258-7

4-copy counter display:
$67.80 CAN$99.80
ISBN: 978-1-60469-404-8
Product No. 689404

paperback, 8½ x 10”
309 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 £20.00 ©2010
ISBN: 978-0-88192-966-9
Product No. 682966
eISBN: 978-1-60469-259-4

5-copy counter display:
$94.75 CAN$139.75
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$36.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-797-9
Product No. 682797
eISBN: 978-1-60469-021-7

paperback, 81/2 x 11"
288 pp, full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$43.95 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-789-4
Product No. 682789
Frances Fuller Victor Award
Oregon Book Award
30,800 in print

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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$36.95 © 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$28.95 © 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60469-034-7
Product No. 689034

hardcover, 81/2 x 11"
400 pp, full color throughout
$24.95 CAN$36.95 © 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

Book of Little Hostas, Shadrack, Shadrack 48

Designing the New Kitchen Garden, Bartley 24

Botanical Latin, Stearn 54

Designing with Conifers, Bitner 45

Botanist's Vocabulary, Pell 18

Designing with Grasses, Lucas 35

Botany for Gardeners, Capon 51

Designing with Succulents,
Baldwin 46

Bringing Nature Home, Tallamy 33
Buried Treasures, Rukšˉans 50

C

A to Z of Plant Names, Coombes, 54

Cacti and Succulents for Cold
Climates, Chance 47

Agaves, Starr 46

California Foraging, Lowry 56

Air Plants, Sengo 62

California Mushrooms, Desjardin, Wood,
Stevens 56

All the Presidents' Garden, McDowell 4
American Home Landscapes, Adams,
Burchfield 29

California Native Landscape, Rubin, Warren 42

Carnivorous Plants, Hewitt-Cooper 47

Anxious Gardener’s Book of Answers, Chace 53

Color Concrete Garden Projects, Smith, Snyder 63

Armitage’s Vines and Climbers,
Armitage 41

Down the Kitchen Sink, Nichols 61
Down to Earth with Helen Dillon, Dillon 60
Drought-Defying California Garden, Rubin 19

E
Encyclopedia of Container Plants, Rogers,
Cardillo 30

Camellias, Trehane 44

Armitage’s Native Plants for North American
Gardens, Armitage 41

Down the Garden Path, Nichols 61

Edible Front Yard, Soler 25

American Meadow Garden, Greenlee, Holt 35

Armitage’s Garden Perennials,
Armitage 41

Dogwoods, Cappiello, Shadow 44

Calochortus, Gerritsen, Parsons 50

American Woodland Garden,
Darke 33
Apples of North America, Burford 24

Dirr’s Encyclopedia of Trees and Shrubs,
Dirr 43

Clematis for Small Spaces, Evison 44
Color Encyclopedia of Cape Bulbs, Manning,
Goldblatt, Snijman 50
Complete Book of Garlic, Meredith 27
Color the Natural World, Keller 6
Complete Book of Potatoes, De Jong, Sieczka,
De Jong 27

Encyclopedia of Culivated Palms, Riffle, Craft,
Zona 47
Encyclopedia of Exotic Plants for Temperate
Climates, Giles 47
Encyclopedia of Garden Ferns,
Olsen 48
Encyclopedia of Grasses for Livable
Landscapes, Darke 33
Encyclopedia of Herbs, Tucker, DeBaggio 25

Aromatherapy Garden, Keville 12

Complete Chile Pepper Book, DeWitt, Bosland
26

Art of Botanical Drawing,
Ravet-Haevermans 64

Concrete Garden Projects, Arvidsson, Nilsson
63

Art of Creative Pruning, Hobson 45

Conifers of the World, Eckenwalder 45

Essential Garden Design Workbook, Alexander
30

Contemporary Color in the
Landscape, Wilson 29

Essential Garden Maintenance Workbook,
Alexander 30

Craft Beers of the Pacific Northwest, Morrison
66

Essential Perennials, Clausen, Christopher 40

Art of Gardening, Thomas 29
Arts and Crafts Movement in the Pacific
Northwest, Kreisman, Mason 66
Attracting Beneficial Bugs, Walliser 53

B
Bamboo for Gardens, Meredith 48
Beaks, Bones, and Bird Songs, Lederer 7
Beatrix Potter's Gardening Life, McDowell 61
Beautiful No-Mow Yards, Hadden 35
Bees, Wasps, and Ants, Grissell 57
Beginner’s Guide to Growing
Heirloom Vegetables, Iannotti 26
Bizarre Botanicals, Mellichamp,
Gross 54

Creating Rain Gardens, WoelfleErskine, Uncapher 35
Creative Shrub Garden, McIndoe 43

Encyclopedia of Northwest Native Plants for
Gardens and Landscapes, Robson, Richter,
Filbert 42

Essential Wines and Wineries of the Pacific
Northwest, Danehower 66
Evolving Landscapes, Weaner 8

Crocuses, Rukšˉans 49

Exotic Planting for Adventurous Gardeners,
Lloyd 47

Culinary Herbal, Belsinger, Tucker 25

Explorer’s Garden, Hinkley 41

Cultivating Chaos, Reif, Kress, Becker 34
Cultivating Garden Style, Greayer 29
Cut Flowers of the World, Maree,
van Wyk 55

D

F
Fearless Color Gardens, Meadows 31
Field Guide to Peppers, Dewitt, Lamson 26
Food Plants of the World, van Wyk 27
Free-Range Chicken Gardens, Bloom 37

Black Plants, Bonine 41

Daffodil, Kingsbury 49

From Art to Landscape, Smith 29

Bloom-Again Orchids, judywhite 50

Decoding Gardening Advice, Gillman, Maynard
53

Fruit Trees in Small Spaces, Eierman 27

Bloom’s Best Perennials and Grasses, Bloom 38
Bonsai with Japanese Maples,
Adams 45
Book of Gardening Projects for Kids,
Cohen, Fisher 64

Deep-Rooted Wisdom, Farmer 60
Designing and Planting a Woodland Garden,
Wiley 36
Designing and Renovating Larger Gardens,
Coltart 36

G
Garden Gallery, Little, Lewis 31
Garden Plants of China, Valder 40
Gardener’s Guide to Cactus, Calhoun 46
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Gardener’s Guide to Weather and Climate,
Allaby 51
Gardening for a Lifetime, Eddison 60
Gardening for Butterflies, Xerces Society 14
Gardening for the Birds, Adams 35
Gardening in Miniature, Calvo 63
Gardening with Shape, Line and Texture,
Hawthorne 31
Gardening with Woodland Plants, Junker 36
Gardens in China, Valder 50
Green Roof Manual, Snodgrass, McIntyre 32
Green Roof Plants, Snodgrass, Snodgrass 48
Greenhouse Gardener's Manual, Marshall 52
Growing the Midwest Garden, Lyons 36
Growing the Northeast Garden, Keys 36
Growing the Southwest Garden, Phillips 36
Guide to Bearded Irises, Norris 49
Guide to West Coast Cheese, Davies 66

H

K
Keeping Bees in Towns and Cities, Dixon 57
Keshiki Bonsai, Kobayashi 63

Native Trees of the Southeast, Kirkman, Brown,
Leopold 44

Kingdom Fungi, Stephenson 56

Natural History of Conifers, Farjon 45

Kitchen Gardener’s Handbook, Bartley 24

Natural World of Winnie-the-Pooh, Aalto 60

Know Maintenance Perennial Garden,
Diblik 35

Naturescaping Workbook, Young 52

L
Landscapes of Change, Thoren 34
Landscaping for Privacy, Wingate 36
Latin for Bird Lovers, Lederer, Burr 57
Laughter on the Stairs, Nichols 61
Lavender Lover’s Handbook, Bader 25

Handbook of Natural Plant Dyes, Duerr 64
Handmade Garden Projects,
Forkner 63
Hellebores, Burrell, Tyler 40
Hellstrip Gardening, Hadden 35
Herbal Apothecary, Pursell 25
High-Impact, Low-Carbon Gardening, Bowe 52
Homegrown Berries, 27

New Encyclopedia of Orchids, la Croix 50
New Low-Maintenance Garden, Easton 37
Niwaki, Hobson 45
Nonstop Garden, Cohen, Benner 37

Northeast Foraging, Meredith 56

Lilacs, Fiala, Vrugtman 44

Northwest Green Home Primer,
O’Brien, Smith 66

M
Macrophotography for Gardeners and Nature
Lovers, Detrick 64

Northwest Nature Guide, Davis 65
Northwest Vegetarian Cookbook, Daniels-Zeller 66

O

Magical World of Moss Gardening, Martin 48

Octopus, Mather, Anderson, Wood 57

Managing the Wet Garden, Simmons 49

Oregon Companion, Engeman 65

Manual of Interior Plantscaping, Fediw 62

Organic Backyard Vineyard, Powers 24

Manual of Plant Grafting, MacDonald 55
Manual of Seed Saving, Heistinger 55

How to Buy the Right Plants, Tools, and
Garden Supplies, Fox 53

Midwest Foraging, Rose 56

How to Eradicate Invasive Plants, Chace 52

Mind-Altering and Poisonous Plants of the
World, Wink, van Wyk 54

How the Government Got in Your Backyard,
Gillman, Heberlig 53

Moss Gardening, Schenk 48

How to Grow a School Garden, Bucklin-Sporer,
Pringle 52

Moth Orchids, Frowine 50

I

New Encyclopedia of Hostas, Grenfell,
Shadrack 48

Left Coast Roast, Neuschwander 66

Medicinal Plants of the World, van Wyk, Wink
55

Hydrangeas, Lawson-Hall, Rothera 44

New Encyclopedia of Daylilies, Petit, Peat 38

North American Guide to Common Poisonous
Plants and Mushrooms, Turner, von Aderkas 54

How Plants Work, Chalker, Scott 51

Hydrangeas for American Gardens, Dirr 43

New American Landscape, Christopher 57

Layered Garden, Culp, Levine 31

Living Landscape, Darke, Tallamy 33

Hand-Build Outdoor Furniture, Jackson 11

Native Trees for North American Landscapes,
Sternberg 43

Mosaic Garden Projects, Brody 63
Mountain West Foraging, Wiles 28
Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest, Trudell,
Ammirati 58
Mushrooms of the Rocky Mountain Region,
Evenson 58

P
Pedal Portland, Roll 65
Pacific Northwest Nature Sketchbook, Siegel 66
Pacific Northwest Foraging, Deur 56
Pacific Northwest Garden Tour, Olson 65
Perennials, Carter, Becker, Lilly 38
Perennials for Midwestern Gardens, Kahtz 42
Perennials for the Southwest, Irish 42
Phlox, Locklear 40
Plant Breeding for the Home Gardener,
Tychonievich 52
Plant Conservation, Walker 57
Plant-Driven Design, Ogden, Ogden 34

In Search of Ancient Oregon,
Bishop 66

Must-See Birds of the PNW, Swanson,
Smith 65

Plant Form, Bell 54

Indestructible Houseplant, Martin 62

My Garden, the City and Me, Babbs 60

Plant Lover's Guide to Clematis, Beutler 17

Insects and Gardens, Grissell 57
Insects of the Pacific Northwest, Haggard 58

N

Plant Lover's Guide to Asters, Picton 39
Plant Lover's Guide to Dahlias, Vernon 39
Plant Lover's Guide to Epimediums, Gregson 39

Inspired Landscape, Cohen 34

Native American Ethnobotany, Moerman 55

Iris Family, Goldblatt, Manning 50

Plant Lover's Guide to Ferns, Steffen, Olsen 39

Native American Food Plants, Moerman 55

Plant Lover's Guide to Geraniums, Parer 16

Native American Medicinal Plants, Moerman 55

Plant Lover's Guide to Magnolias, Bunting 16

Native Plants of the Northeast, Leopold 42

Plant Lover's Guide to Primulas, Mitchell 17

Native Plants of the Southeast, Mellichamp 42

Plant Lover's Guide to Salvias, Whittlesey 39

J
Japanese Maples, Vertrees, Gregory 45
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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 32
Planting and Maintaining a Tree Collection,
Toomer 44
Planting Green Roofs and Living Walls,
Kingsbury, Dunnett 32
Planting in a Post-Wild World, Rainer, West 34
Planting the Dry Shade Garden, Rice 35
Plants from Test Tubes, Bridgen, Kyte, Kleyn,
Scoggins 55
Plants With Style, Norris 38
Poisonous Plants, Frohne, Pfänder 54
Portland City Walks, Foster 65
Portland Forest Hikes, Thayer 65
Portland Hill Walks, Foster 65
Portland Stairs Book, Foster 65
Pots in the Garden, Rogers 30

Small Green Roofs, Dunnett, Gedge, Little,
Snodgrass 32
Small-Space Container Gardens, Richardson 30
Small-Space Vegetable Gardens, Bellamy 27
Southeast Foraging, Bennett 56
So You Want to Be a Garden Designer,
Howard 53
So You Want to Start a Nursery, Avent 53
Speedy Vegetable Garden, Diacono,
Leendertz 28
Start a Community Food Garden, Joy,
Leendertz 26
Steppes, Denver Botanic Garden 49
Succulent Container Gardens, Baldwin 46
Succulents Simplified, Baldwin 46

Trees and Shrubs for the Southwest, Irish 42
Trees Up Close, Hugo 59
¡Tropicalismo!, Baggett 47
Truth About Garden Remedies, Gillman 53
Truth About Organic Gardening, Gillman 53

U
Uncommon Fruits for Every Garden, Reich 26
Understanding Garden Design, Nagel 37
Unexpected Houseplant, Martin 62

V
Vanilla Orchids, Cameron 50

Sunken Garden, Randall 10

Vegetable Gardener’s Guide to Permaculture,
Shein, Thompson 25

Sunlight on the Lawn, Nichols 61

Viburnums, Dirr 43

Super-Charged, Rendon 57

View from Great Dixter, Alexander, Garrett 61

Sweet Pea Book, Rice 41

T

W

Practical Bamboos, Whittaker 48

Tall Perennials, Turner 38

Waterwise Plants for Sustainable Gardens,
Ogden, Ogden 42

Practical Permaculture, Bloom, Boehnlein 37

Taming the Truffle, Hall, Brown, Zambonelli 27

Well-Designed Mixed Garden, DiSabato-Aust 30

Professional Design Guide to Green Roofs,
Dakin, Benjamin, Pantiel 32

Teaming with Microbes, Lowenfels 51

Well-Tended Perennial Garden, DiSabato-Aust 30

Teaming with Nutrients, Lowenfels 51

Professional Designer's Guide to Garden
Furnishings, Nagel 37

Terrarium Craft, Aiello, Bryant 64

What’s Wrong With My Fruit Garden?,
Deardorff, Wadsworth 24

Powerhouse Plants, Rice 38

Pruning of Trees, Shrubs and Conifers, Brown,
Kirkham 45

R
Rain Gardens, Dunnett, Clayden 35
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 50

Therapeutic Gardens, Wagenfeild, Winterbottom
32
Timber Press Dictionary of Plant Names, von
Erhardt, Seybold, Bödeker, Götz 54
Timber Press Encyclopedia of Flowering
Shrubs, Gardiner 44
Timber Press Guide to Succulent Plants of the
World, Dortort 47

What’s Wrong With My Vegetable Garden?,
Deardorff, Wadsworth 24
Wild Fruit, Génevé 56
Wild Garden, Robinson, Darke 33
Why Grow That When You Can Grow This?, Keys 41

Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in
the Mountain States, Newcomer 28

Wildflowers of the Pacific Northwest, Turner,
Gustafson 58

Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in
the Northeast, Iannotti 28

Wildlife of the Pacific Northwest, Moskowitz 58

Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in
the PNW, Forkner 28

Wolves in the Land of Salmon, Moskowitz 56

Wildflowers of New England, Elliman 58

Willamette River Field Guide, Williams 65

Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in
the Southeast, Wallace 28
Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in
Southern California, Miller 28
Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in
the Southwest, Shirey 28

Seeing Trees, Hugo 59

Timber Press Pocket Guide to Conifers, Bitner 45

Seeing Seeds, Chace 59

Timber Press Pocket Guide to Palms, Riffle 47

Self-Sustaining Garden, Thompson 31

Timber Press Pocket Guide to Water Garden
Plants, Speichert, Speichert 49

Short History of the Honey Bee, ReadickerHenderson, Ilona 57

What’s Wrong With My Plant? (And How Do I
Fix It?), Deardorff, Wadsworth 24, 52

Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in
the Midwest, Vanderbrug 28

Seeing Flowers, Chace 59

Shade, Wiley 48

What’s Wrong With My Houseplant?, Deardorff,
Wadsworth 62

Trees and Shrubs of the Pacific Northwest,
Turner, Kuhlman 58
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C

A
Aalto, K. Natural World of Winnie-thePooh, 60
Adams, D. and L. Burchfield American Home
Landscapes, 29
Adams, G. Gardening for the Birds, 35
Adams, P. Bonsai with Japanese Maples, 45
Aiello, A. and K. Bryant Terrarium Craft, 64
Alexander, R. Essential Garden Design Workbook,
30

Essential Garden Maintenance Workbook, 30
Alexander, R. and F. Garrett View from Great
Dixter, 61
Allaby, M. Gardener's Guide to Weather and
Climate, 51

Dictionary of Science Gardeners, 51
Armitage, A. Armitage’s Garden Perennials, 41

Armitage’s Native Plants for North
American Gardens, 41

Armitage’s Vines and Climbers, 41
Arvidsson, C. and M. Nilsson Concrete Garden
Projects, 63
Avent, T. So You Want to Start a Nursery, 53

B
Babbs, H. My Garden, the City and Me, 60
Bader, S. Lavender Lover’s Handbook, 25
Baggett, P. ¡Tropicalismo!, 47
Baldwin, D. Designing with Succulents, 46

Succulent Container Gardens, 46

Succulents Simplified, 46
Bartley, J. Designing the New Kitchen Garden, 24

Kitchen Gardener’s Handbook, 24
Bell, A., Plant Form, 55
Bellamy, A., Small-Space Vegetable Gardens, 27
Bennett, C., Southeast Foraging, 56
Beutler, L., The Plant Lover's Guide to Clematis, 15
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
Bonine, P. Black Plants, 41
Bowe, A. High-Impact, Low-Carbon Gardening, 52
Bridgens, M., H. Scoggins, J. Kleyn, and M.
Bridgen Plants from Test Tubes, 55
Brody, M., Mosaic Garden Projects, 63
Brown, G. and T. Kirkham Pruning of Trees,
Shrubs and Conifers, 45
Bucklin-Sporer, A. and R. Pringle How to Grow a
School Garden, 52
Bunting, A. Plant Lover's Guide to Magnolias, 14
Burford, T. Apples of N. America, 24
Burr C., R. Lederer Latin for Bird Lovers, 57
Burrell, C. and J. Tyler Hellebores, 40
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Calhoun, S. Gardener’s Guide to Cactus, 46
Calvo, J. Gardening in Miniature, 63
Cameron, K. Vanilla Orchids, 50
Capon, B. Botany for Gardeners, 51
Cappiello, P. and D. Shadow Dogwoods, 44
Carter, S., C. Becker, and B. Lilly Perennials, 38
Chace, T. Anxious Gardener's Book of Answers, 53

How to Eradicate Invasive Plants, 52

Seeing Flowers, 59

Seeing Seeds, 59
Chalker-Scott, L. How Plants Work, 51
Chance, L. Cacti and Succulents for Cold Climates, 47
Christopher, T. New American Landscape, 57
Clausen, R. 50 Beautiful Deer-Resistant Plants, 40

Essential Perennials, 40
Cohen, S. Inspired Landscape, 34
Cohen, S. and J. Benner Nonstop Garden, 37
Cohen, W. and J. Fisher Book of Gardening Projects for Kids, 64
Coltart, D. Designing and Renovating Larger
Gardens, 36
Coombes, A. A to Z of Plant Names, 54
Cooper, T. Roots of My Obsession, 60
Culp, D. with A. Levine Layered Garden, 31

D
Dakin, K., L. Benjamin, and M. Pantiel Professional Design Guide to Green Roofs, 32
Danehower, C. Essential Wines and Wineries of
the Pacific Northwest, 66
Daniels-Zeller, D. Northwest Vegetarian Cookbook, 66
Darke, R. American Woodland Garden, 33

Encyclopedia of Grasses for Livable Landscapes, 33
Darke, R. and D. Tallamy The Living Landscape,
33
Davies, S. Guide to West Coast Cheese, 66
Davis, J. Northwest Nature Guide, 65
De Jong, H., J. Sieczka, and W. De Jong Complete Book of Potatoes, 27
Deardorff, D. and K. Wadsworth What’s Wrong
With My Fruit Garden?, 24
What’s Wrong With My Houseplant? 62
What’s Wrong With My Plant? (And How
Do I Fix It?), 24, 52

What’s Wrong With My Vegetable
Garden?, 24
Denver Botanic Gardens, Steppes, 49
Desjardin, D., M. Wood, F. Sterens. California
Mushrooms, 56
Detrick, A. Macrophotography for Gardeners and
Nature Lovers, 64
Deur, D. Pacific Northwest Foraging, 56
DeWitt, D. and P. Bosland Complete Chile Pepper Book, 26

Field Guide to Peppers, 26
Diacono, M. and L. Leendertz Speedy Vegetable
Garden, 26
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, 57
Dortort, F. Timber Press Guide to Succulent
Plants of the World, 47
Duerr, S. Handbook of Natural Plant Dyes, 64
Dunnett, N. and A. Clayden Rain Gardens, 35
Dunnett, N., D. Gedge, J. Little, and E. Snodgrass Small Green Roofs, 32

E
Easton, V. New Low-Maintenance Garden, 37
Eckenwalder, J. Conifers of the World, 45
Eddison, S. Gardening for a Lifetime, 60
Eierman, C. Fruit Trees in Small Spaces, 27
Elliman, T. Wildflowers of New England, 58
Engeman, R. Oregon Companion, 65
Evenson, Y. Mushrooms of the Rocky Moutain
Region, 58
Evison, R. Clematis for Small Spaces, 44

F
Farjon, A. Natural History of Conifers, 45
Farmer, A. Deep-Rooted Wisdom, 60
Fediw, K. Manual of Interior Plantscaping, 62
Fiala, J. and F. Vrugtman Lilacs, 44
Forkner, L. Handmade Garden Projects, 63

Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in the PNW, 28
Foster, L. Portland City Walks, 65

Portland Hill Walks, 65

Portland Stairs Book, 65
Fox, J. How to Buy the Right Plants, Tools, and
Garden Supplies, 53
Frohne, D. and H. Pfänder Poisonous Plants, 54
Frowine, S. Moth Orchids, 51

G
Gardiner, J. Timber Press Encyclopedia of Flowering
Shrubs, 44
Génevé, A. Wild Fruit, 56
Gerritsen, M. and R. Parsons Calochortus, 50

AUTHOR INDEX
Giles, W. Encyclopedia of Exotic Plants for Temperate Climates, 47
Gillman, J. Truth About Garden Remedies, 53

Truth About Organic Gardening, 53
Gillman, J. and E. Heberlig How the Government
Got in Your Backyard, 53
Gillman, J. and M. Maynard Decoding Gardening
Advice, 53
Goldblatt, P. and J. Manning Iris Family, 50
Greayer, R. Cultivating Garden Style, 29
Green, K. Plantiful, 38
Greenlee, J. and S. Holt American Meadow
Garden, 35
Gregson, S. Plant Lover's Guide to Epimediums,
39
Grenfell, D. and M. Shadrack New Encyclopedia
of Hostas, 48

Timber Press Pocket Guide to Hostas, 48
Grey-Wilson, C. Rock Garden Plant Primer, 49
Grissell, E. Bees, Wasps, and Ants, 57

Insects and Gardens, 57

H
Hadden, E. Beautiful No-Mow Yards 35

Hellstrip Gardening, 35
Haggard, P. and J. Haggard Insects of the Pacific
Northwest, 58
Hall, I., G. Brown, and A. Zambonelli Taming the
Truffle, 27
Hawthorne, L. Gardening with Shape, Line and
Texture, 31
Heistinger, A. Manual of Seed Saving, 55
Hewitt-Cooper, N. Carnivorous Plants, 47
Hinkley, D. Explorer’s Garden, 41
Hobson, J. Art of Creative Pruning, 45

Niwaki, 45
Hogan, S. Trees for All Seasons, 44
Horvath, B. Plant Lover's Guide to Sedums, 39
Howard, L. So You Want to Be a Garden Designer, 54
Hugo, N. Seeing Trees, 59

Trees up Close, 59

I
Iannotti, M. Beginner’s Guide to Growing Heirloom Vegetables, 26

Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in the Northeast, 28
Irish, M. Perennials for the Southwest, 42

Trees and Shrubs for the Southwest, 42

J
Jackson, K. Hand-Built Outdoor Furniture, 9
Joy, L. Start a Community Food Garden, 25
judywhite Bloom-Again Orchids, 50
Junker, K. Gardening with Woodland Plants, 36

K
Kahtz, A. Perennials for Midwestern Gardens, 42
Keller, Z. Color the Natural World, 4
Keville, K. The Aromatherapy Garden, 10
Keys, A. Why Grow That When You Can Grow
This?, 41
Growing the Northeast Garden, 34
Kingsbury, N. Daffodil, 49
Kingsbury, N. and N. Dunnett Planting Green
Roofs and Living Walls, 32
Kirkman, K., C. Brown, and D. Leopold Native
Trees of the Southeast, 44
Kobayashi, K. Keshiki Bonsai, 63
Kreisman, L. and G. Mason Arts and Crafts
Movement in the Pacific Northwest, 66
Kuhlman, E. and M. Turner Trees and Shrubs of
the Pacific Northwest, 58
Kukielski, P. Roses Without Chemicals, 38

L
la Croix, I. New Encyclopedia of Orchids, 50
Lederer, R. and C. Burr Latin for Bird Lovers, 57

Beaks, Bones, and Bird Songs, 57
Leopold, D. Native Plants of the Northeast, 42
Levesque, M. Revolutionary Yardscape, 64
Little, G. and D. Lewis Garden Gallery, 31
Llewellyn, R. Seeing Flowers, 59

Seeing Seeds, 59

Seeing Trees, 59

Trees Up Close, 59
Lloyd, C. Exotic Planting for Adventurous Gardeners, 47
Locklear, J. Phlox, 40
Lowenfels, J. Teaming with Nutrients, 51
Lowenfels, J. and W. Lewis Teaming with Microbes, 51
Lowry, J. California Foraging, 56
Lucas, N. Designing with Grasses, 35
Lyon, E. Growing the Midwest Garden, 36
MacDonald, P. The Manual of Plant Grafting, 55

M
Manning, J., P. Goldblatt, and D. Snijman Color
Encyclopedia of Cape Bulbs, 50
Maree, J. and B. van Wyk Cut Flowers of the
World, 55
Marshall, R. The Greenhouse Gardener's Manual, 52
Martin, A. Magical World of Moss Gardening, 48
Martin, T. Indestructible Houseplant, 62 Unexpected Houseplant, 62
Mather, J., R. Anderson, and J. Wood Octopus, 57
McDowell, M. All the President's' Gardens, 2

Beatrix Potter's Gardening Life, 61
McGregor, M. Saxifrages, 50
McIndoe, A. Creative Shrub Garden, 43
Meadows, K. Fearless Color Gardens, 31

Mellichamp, L. Native Plants of the Southeast, 42
Mellichamp, L. and P. Gross Bizarre Botanicals, 54
Meredith, L. Northeast Foraging, 56
Meredith, T. Bamboo for Gardens, 48

Complete Book of Garlic, 27
Miller, D. 400 Trees and Shrubs for Small Spaces, 43
Miller, G. Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in Southern California, 28
Mineo, B. Rock Garden Plants, 49
Mitchell, J and L. The Plant Lover's Guide to
Primulas, 15
Moerman, D. Native American Ethnobotany, 55

Native American Food Plants, 55

Native American Medicinal Plants, 55
Morrison, L. Craft Beers of the Pacific
Northwest, 66
Moskowitz, D. Wildlife of the Pacific
Northwest, 58

Wolves in the Land of Salmon, 56

N
Nagel, V. Understanding Garden Design, 37

The Professional Designer's Guide to
Garden Furnishings, 37
Neuschwander, H. Left Coast Roast, 66
Newcomer, M. Timber Press Guide to Vegetable
Gardening in the Mountain States, 28
Nichols, B. Down the Kitchen Sink, 61

Laughter on the Stairs, 61

Sunlight on the Lawn, 61
Nichols, B. and R. Dicks Rhapsody in Green, 61
Norris, K. Guide to Bearded Irises, 49

Plants With Style, 38

O
O’Brien, K. and K. Smith Northwest Green Home
Primer, 66
Ogden, S. and L. Ogden Plant-Driven Design, 34

Waterwise Plants for Sustainable Gardens, 42
Olsen, S. Encyclopedia of Garden Ferns, 48

Plant Lover's Guide to Ferns, 39
Olsen, D. Pacific Northwest Garden Tour, 65
Oudolf, P. and N. Kingsbury Planting, 32

P
Parer, R. Plant Lover's Guide to Hardy Geraniums, 14
Peat, J. and T. Petit New Encyclopedia of Daylilies, 38
Pell, S. and B. Angell Botanist's Vocabulary, 16
Phillips, J. Growing the Southwest Garden, 36
Picton, H and P. Piction Plant Lover's Guide to
Asters, 39
Powers, T. Organic Backyard Vineyard, 24

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R
Rainer, T and C. West, Planting in a Post-Wild
World, 34
Ravet-Haevermans, A. Art of Botanical Drawing,
64
Readicker-Henderson, E. and Ilona
Short History of the Honey Bee, 57
Reich, L. Uncommon Fruits for Every Garden, 26
Reif, J., C. Kress and J. Becker Cultivating
Chaos, 34
Rendon, J. Super-Charged, 57
Rice, B. Growing Carnivorous Plants, 48
Rice, G. Planting the Dry Shade Garden, 35

Powerhouse Plants, 38
Sweet Pea Book, 41
Richardson, F. Small-Space Container
Gardens, 30
Riffle, R. Timber Press Pocket Guide to Palms,
47
Riffle, R., P. Craft, and S. Zona Encyclopedia of
Cultivated Palms, 47
Robinson, W. and R. Darke Wild Garden, 33
Robson, K., A. Richter, and M. Filbert Encyclopedia of Northwest Native Plants for Gardens and
Landscapes, 42
Rogers, R. Pots in the Garden, 30
Rogers, R. and R. Cardillo Encyclopedia of Container Plants, 30
Roll, T. Pedal Portland, 65
Rose, L. Midwest Foraging, 56
Rubin, G. and L. Warren California Native Landscape, 42

Drought-Defying California Garden
Rukšˉans, J. Buried Treasures, 50

Crocuses, 50

S

T
Tallamy, D. Bringing Nature Home, 33
Thayer, J. Portland Forest Hikes, 65
Thompson, R. Art of Gardening, 29
Thompson, P. Self-Sustaining Garden, 31
Thoren, R. Landscapes of Change, 34
Toomer, S. Planting and Maintaining a Tree Collection, 44
Trehane, J. Camellias, 44
Trudell, S. and J. Ammirati Mushrooms of the
Pacific Northwest, 58
Tucker, A. and T. DeBaggio Encyclopedia of
Herbs, 25

Culinary Herbal, 25
Turner, M. and E. Kuhlman Trees and Shrubs of
th Pacific Northwest, 58

Wildflowers of the Pacific Northwest, 58
Turner, N. and P. von Aderkas North American
Guide to Common Poisonous Plants and Mushrooms, 54
Turner, R. Tall Perennials, 38
Tychonievich, J. Plant Breeding for the Home
Gardener, 52

V

Sando, S. Rancho Gordo Heirloom Bean Grower’s
Guide, 26
Schenk, G. Moss Gardening, 48
Sengo, Z., G. Air Plants, 62
Shadrack, K. and M. Shadrack Book of Little
Hostas, 48
Shein, C. with J. Thompson Vegetable Gardener’s
Guide to Permaculture, 25
Shirey, T. The Timber Press Guide to Vegetable
Gardening in the Southwest, 28
Siegel, J. Pacific Northwest Nature Sketchbook, 66
Simmons, J. Managing the Wet Garden, 49
Slade, N. Plant Lover's Guide to Snowdrops, 39
Smith, M. and M. Snyder Color Concrete Garden
Projects, 63
Smith, W. From Art to Landscape, 29
Snodgrass, E. and L. McIntyre Green Roof
Manual, 32
Snodgrass, E. and L. Snodgrass Green Roof
Plants, 48
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Soler, I. Edible Front Yard, 25
Speichert, G. and S. Speichert Timber Press
Pocket Guide to Water Garden Plants, 49
Starr, G. Agaves, 46
Stearn, W. Botanical Latin, 54
Steffen, R. and S. Olsen Plant Lovers Guide to
Ferns, 39
Stephenson, S. Kingdom Fungi, 56
Sternberg, G. Native Trees for North American
Landscapes, 43
Swanson, S. and M. Smith Must-See Birds, 65

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Valder, P. Garden Plants of China, 40

Gardens in China, 50
VanderBurg, M Timber Press Guide to Vegetable
Gardening in the MIdwest, 28
van Wyk, B. Food Plants of the World, 27
van Wyk, B. and M. Wink Medicinal Plants of the
World, 55
Vernon, A. Plant Lover's Guide to Dahlias, 39
Vertrees, J. and P. Gregory Japanese Maples, 45
von Erhardt, W., S. Seybold, N. Bödeker, and E.
Götz Timber Press Dictionary of Plant Names, 54

W
Wagenfeld, A and D. Winterbottom, Therapeutic
Gardens, 32
Walker, T. Plant Conservation, 57
Wallace, I. Timber Press Guide to Vegetable
Gardening in the Southeast, 28
Walliser, J. Attracting Beneficial Bugs, 52

Weaner, L. and T. Christopher Evolving Landscapes, 6
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
Wiles, B. Mountain West Foraging, 18
Wilford, R. Plant Lover's Guide to Tulips, 39
Williams, T. Willamette River Field Guide, 65
Wilson, A. Contemporary Color in the Landscape,
29
Wingate, M. Landscaping for Privacy, 36
Wink, M. and B. van Wyk Mind-Altering and
Poisonous Plants of the World, 54
Woelfle-Erskine, C. and A. Uncapher Creating
Rain Gardens, 35

X
Xerces Society, Gardening for Butterflies, 12

Y
Young, B. Naturescaping Workbook, 52

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