by U. P. Hedrick
U.P. Hedrick's 1922 volume provides detailed descriptions of hardy fruits grown in North America.
by Leslie Land, Linda Yang & Dora Galitzui
Authoritative, accessible and engaging, here is a new reference from The New York Times, a comprehensive, nearly 700 page bible of all the garden news that's fit to print. Based on "Gardeners Q&A" the enormously popular syndicated column, 1000 ...
An invaluable companion to Yates Garden Guide, our most popular and highly respected gardening reference, Yates Garden Planner will help you become a better gardener. With clearly set out and easy-to-follow weekly and monthly tips, useful ...
by Yates & Yates Yates
This special anniversary edition features a pictorial history of Yates in Australia and a new chapter about changes in garden design over the last century, to inspire heritage traditions in the modern garden. <br> <br>Fully illustrated and ...
by Annie Smithers
'I'm not quite sure what possessed me to start a kitchen garden, but there is no doubt that my cooking has developed a real spring in its step since then...' Annie Smithers is a great believer in using fresh organic produce with minimal food miles.
by Ruth Harley
by George Wythes
George Wythes' 1906 work provides instructions for the cultivation and culinary usage of under-valued and under-used vegetables including, but not limited to, artichokes, cardoons, chicory, fennel, rhubarb, sorrel, and yams.
by Tim Marshall & Tim Marshall
Organic gardening is much more than simply throwing a bit of mulch onto your garden beds. A true organic gardener adopts a holistic approach, starting with the most precious organic element of all: the soil. Tim Marshalla??s passion and love of ...
Rock Gardens, Grottoes, Ferneries, Follies, Fountains and Garden Ornaments
by Claude Hitching
This book tells the story of James Pulham & Son, the eminent family of Victorian and Edwardian landscape artists who specialised in the construction of picturesque rock gardens, ferneries, follies and grottoes. The book covers more than four ...
The Life and Lessons of a Legendary Gardener
by Barbara Paul Robinson
This is an insightful and enlightening look at the life and works of the internationally renowned English garden designer. Rosemary Verey was the last of the great English garden legends. Although she embraced gardening late in life, she quickly ...
by Myles Baldwin
Like many of us, landscape designer Myles Baldwin dreams of living in the country one day. For Rural Australian Gardens, he travels from subtropical and temperate to alpine and arid regions around the country to find the best and most unusual ...
How to Build, Plant & Maintain Ponds, Streams & Fountains
by Veronica Lorson Fowler
Backyard Water Gardens is a complete overview of everything you need to know in order to create a backyard water feature, from ideas, to installation, to maintaining, to stocking with plants and fish. Veronica Fowler's comprehensive step-by-step ...
by William Warren
This handy field guide, with over 120 beautiful colour photographs, introduces over 55 different flowers commonly found in Asia. Each flower is clearly presented and described, with a detailed description of each bloom including its history and ...
by Linda Woodrow
A totally integrated system of gardening - a labour-saving way to grow fruit, vegetables and herbs that taste great and help to keep the environment healthy.
by Esther Deans
Esther Deans' Growing Without Digging and Leaves of Life inspired thousands of people to try their hand at growing their own vegetables and flowers at home. Now these two garden classics are available in a combined mini-paperback format with all ...
by James Adams
Although the focus is on herbs as ornamentals in a variety of garden settings, from formal to wild, this is an encyclopedia of herbs, including more than 600 species and cultivars. It offers information on cultivation, folklore and history, and ...
by James J.H. Gregory
James Gregory, a seedsman from the early 1800, describes and details his methods and experiences of growing onions commercially. The information contained in the book is just as relevant today to gardeners with vegetable plots and allotments, as ...
by Dennis S. Hill
This book presents a global view of the insect groups that are of major significance to human resources. "Agriculture" in this broad sense includes plants grown for food, horticultural field crops, and other ornamentals.
Productive Gardens for Inspiration and Practical Advice
by Kate Herd
Whether you want to reduce your carbon footprint, save money, become more self-sufficient or just enjoy the unique taste of fresh produce, there has never been a better time to create a kitchen garden. Join passionate designer and green-gardener ...
A Growing Revolution to Save Food
by Janisse Ray
Of the thousands of seed varieties available at the turn of the 20th century, 94% have been lost - forever. Janisse Ray brings us the inspiring stories of gardeners whose aim is to save time-honoured open-pollinated varieties that will be lost if ...