406 books (21 pages) in this category
A Beginner’s Guide to Growing and Displaying Tillandsia
by Yoshiharu Kashima
<p>Requiring no soil — just some spritzing, soaking, the right sunlight and good air circulation — air plants work in just about any space. Compatible with succulents and right at home in terrariums, air plants are friendly to talented gardeners
A Guide To Indoor Gardening
by Sophie Lee
<DIV><P>Houseplants offer the perfect solution to the urban dweller, lacking in space – indoor and outdoor. They are an easy and stylish way to transform the look and feel of your home. </P><P>In<B> Living With Plants</B>, ...
by Macoboy Stirling
At the heart of this modern-day classic is a gallery of some 1500 roses, which are grouped by type in four sections: Wild Roses, Old Garden Roses, Modern Roses, and Miniatures and Mini-flora. Every rose is illustrated. The entry for each rose ...
by ANNIE MARTIN
"This is a fascinating books for anyone wanting to truly broaden the range of plants they grow." Gardens Illustrated Moss is an extraordinary plant it grows without roots, flowers, or stems. Despite being overlooked, in many ways, moss is ...
by Derek Fell
Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, located on the Ashley River near Charleston, South Carolina, is one of the world's last surviving nineteenth-century romantic gardens. It is where the largest and most ancient azalea and camellia collections were
Successful gardening by nature's rules
by Carol Klein
"The Science, Art, and Joy of Propagation"
by Ken Druse
by PETER T. MACDONALD
Practical techniques for improved plant performance! This authoritative guide offers clear, step-by-step instruction on the latest grafting techniques. Propagation expert Peter MacDonald highlights the importance of choosing appropriate plant ...
by Lack H Walter
On December 13, 1868, Carl Friedrich Philipp von Martius (1794-1868), Professor of Botany at the University of Munich and director of the Royal Botanic Garden, was carried to his grave in a coffin covered with fresh palm leaves. The fronds were ...
by Matthew Biggs
A Labyrinthine Compendium
by Herem Thibaud
A Model for Good Living
by Louisa Jones
by Holliday Ivan
Melaleucas: A Field and Garden Guide features over 250 species, subspecies, varieties and forms.Ivan Holliday's first book on melaleucas - or paperbarks - was published in 1989. Melaleucas: A Field and Garden Guide features over 250 species, ...
A Guide to Growing Nutrient-Packed Greens
by Eric Franks
Dubbed a culinary buzzword by National Public Radio, microgreens-vegetables harvested soon after sprouting - are expected to be one of 2009's hottest food trends. The small amount of space is needed to grow microgreens. With simple instruction, ...
The Complete Guide to Super-Mini Bonsai
by Terutoshi Iwai
<p>This step-by-step bonsai book shows you how to craft super-mini bonsai — the smallest form of bonsai! </p><p>Super-mini bonsai is the art of representing nature in a plant that can fit in the palm of your hand, or even on the ...
Beautiful Indoor Landscape and Container Gardens for Your Home
by Kenji Kobayashi
<p><b>Japanese gardens don't have to be large or elaborate to be beautiful.</b><br></p> <p>Bring the tranquility of a classic Japanese garden into any space in your home or office. Miniature Japanese Gardens shows you how to create simple ...
Through the Seasons at Giverny
by Vivian Russell
A behind-the-scenes look at the history of Claude Monet's garden at Giverny in France which links the world of Monet the artist with Monet the gardener, in a new paperback format. ...
by MARK BRODY
No plant can truly offer year-round colour in the garden, but a beautiful mosaic can. This hands-on guide includes a primer on the fundamentals of mosaic, with information on materials and three mosaic methods. Mosaic artist Mark Brody then ...
by Ulrica Nordstrom
Discover the magical world of moss . . . <BR><BR>Moss is all around us. While it is most often associated with damp, shady spaces, it can be found in the most unexpected and far-flung places, from deserts to Antarctica. This book is a ...
by Horsfall Mary
Mulch is truly miraculous stuff! It saves water, protects and enriches the soil, suppresses weeds, promotes healthy plants, and to top it off, much of it is free. The range of materials used to make mulch is enormous and many of them are just ...