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Spring 2010 Trade Catalog


Spring 2010

NEW RELEASES 2
BACKLIST 25
Design & Inspiration 26
Naturalistic Design 31
Sustainable Gardening & Design 32
Techniques & General Reference 33
Trees & Shrubs 36
Grasses, Bamboos & Climbers 40
Annuals & Perennials 41
Tropicals & Exotics 46
Succulents, Cacti & Carnivorous Plants 48
Edibles 49
Medicinal Plants & Ethnobotany 51
Ferns, Mosses & Shade 53
Alpine Plants & Rock Gardening 55
Orchids 56
Bulbs 58
Natural History 59
Native Plants 60
Regional Gardening 61
Plant Exploration 62
Arts & Crafts 64
Pacific Northwest 65
Beverley Nichols 68

INDEXES 69
ORDERING INFORMATION
(Inside Back Cover)

p h o t o g r a p h y:
f r o n t c o v e r a n d a b o v e : C L I V E n ic h o l s , from The Gardener’s Color Palette
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ISBN: 978-0-88192-951-5
The Nonstop
Product No. 682951 Garden
A S tep-by-S tep Guide to
Smar t Pl ant Choices and
• Building a nonstop garden four -season Designs
is easy: start with trees and
shrubs, move on to
Stephanie Cohen and
perennials, annuals, and Jennifer Benner
bulbs, finish with edibles
and containers Starting a garden has never
• 10 design plans that can be
been easier
used in any garden
With hectic lifestyles and busy
• Seasonal lists show what
blooms when schedules, people are finding it more
and more appealing to enjoy their
• Applicable to all zones and
regions leisure time at home rather than
packing their bags in search of
• National publicity
peaceful retreats. But how can they confidently create a garden retreat? By following Cohen and
Benner’s trusted advice and building a nonstop garden, they’ll have more creative planting options, a
garden that provides year-round interest, and—most importantly—a yard that requires less mainte-
of related interest: nance than a traditional perennial border.
The Nonstop Garden gives gardeners all the information they need to create a productive, beautiful
garden from the ground up. This easy-to-use guide is split into four main parts: the nuts and bolts of
designing a mixed garden, the garden’s main attractions (trees and shrubs), the garden’s supporting
cast (bulbs, annuals, edibles, and vines), and finishing touches (ornamentation, containers, and garden
structures).
The Nonstop Garden also includes ten fail-safe design plans that can be incorporated into any garden.
Gardeners can choose from a native garden, a scented garden, a gold-colored garden, a garden for wet
sites, a vibrant-colored garden, a cool-colored garden, a winter garden, a shade garden, and a design
plan for the daunting area known as the hellstrip.
ISBN: 978-0-88192-967-6 Building a better, smarter garden has never been so much fun.
Product No. 682967
(page 28)

S t e p h a n ie Co h e n taught herbaceous plants and perennial design at Temple


University for more than 20 years and is the former director of the Landscape
Arboretum at Temple University in Ambler, Pennsylvania. She is a contributing
editor for Fine Gardening and The HGTV Newsletter, serves on the advisory
boards for Green Profit and the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’s Green Scene,
and writes for the Blooms of Bressingham Plant Program and for American
Nurseryman.

Formerly an associate editor and photographer for Fine Gardening magazine,


ISBN: 978-1-60469-166-5
J e n n ife r B e n n e r has extensive experience in garden installation and
Product No. 689166
(page 29) maintenance as well as in nursery production. Before joining the staff of
Fine Gardening, Jennifer worked as a gardener specializing in containers and
perennial gardens in Nantucket, Massachusetts. She holds a bachelor’s degree
in horticulture from The Ohio State University.

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PRAISE FOR
STEPHANIE COHEN:
What IS a nonstop garden?
(and why would I want one?)
The nonstop garden combines trees, shrubs, perennials, bulbs, edibles, and annuals in
arrangements that transition gracefully from January to August to January again without ever
being boring.
“ The author’s
user friendly—
and sometimes
hysterically
funny—writing [is]


A NONSTOP GARDEN
easy to read.
¸
__ provides year-round beauty
¸
__ is low maintenance —The American Gardener
¸
__ uses a wide range of plants


¸
__ includes plants you can eat
¸
__ doesn’t go dormant during the winter
Stephanie Cohen …
¸
__ doesn’t require pruning and deadheading
¸
__ doesn’t limit a gardener’s choice of plants stands tall in
the gardening


world.
—The Philadelphia Inquirer

“Building a mixed border is a lot like preparing your favorite


soup. In the mixed border, start with trees and shrubs as
your foundation, or broth. Then begin adding your flavorful
ingredients—perennials, bulbs, annuals, tropicals, vines,
and maybe a few edibles.”—from Chapter 1

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ISBN: 978-1-60469-084-2
Product No. 689084 Color Palette
paint your g arden with
100 extraordinary
• Ten flowers each in ten flower choices
different color categories
Tom Fischer
• Mix and match for a
multicolored space or Photographs by Clive Nichols
create a garden featuring
one color Grab your brush and color the
garden!
• Perennials, bulbs, and
flowering shrubs
Choosing color is one of the most
• Applicable in all zones and
regions
delightful and personal choices a
gardener makes. For one
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Plant profiles include a description, the common and botanical names, information about expected
height and spread, bloom time, hardiness, and light and water requirements. Combined with Clive
Nichols’ stunning photographs, The Gardener’s Color Palette is an invaluable source of practical advice
and visual inspiration.

to m fis c h e r is editor-in-chief at Timber Press. Before moving to Portland,


ISBN: 978-1-60469-051-4
Product No. 689051 Oregon, in 2004, he was the editor of Horticulture magazine in Boston. A prolific
(page 44) writer as well as an editor, Tom has also published articles in Garden Design,
Gardens Illustrated, Martha Stewart Living, and other magazines. His first book,
Perennial Companions, was published in 2009.

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PRAISE FOR
Perennial Companions:

“ Combining
plants … is not
easy. Perennial
Companions


can help.
—Cleveland Plain Dealer

“ ”
A charming book.
—Portland Tribune

“ 100 recipes for


perennial plant
combinations
with succinct


descriptions.
—Library Journal

THE 10 COLOR CATEGORIES


• red • lavender, lilac, and mauve
• orange to peach • pink to magenta
• yellow to cream • purple, maroon, and plum
• green to chartreuse • brown, bronze, and copper
• blue • white

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Product No. 689000 School Garden
A complete Guide for Parent s
and Teachers
• Step-by-step approach
Arden Bucklin-Sporer and
• Hands-on garden activities
Rachel Kathleen Pringle
and lesson plans for
teachers and parents Make your school yard come alive
• Planting and growing
information for edible and The more time children spend indoors, the less
ornamental plants
time they spend outdoors, often with danger-
• Applicable to public and ous results—obesity, attention disorders, and a
private schools grades K–8
disconnect from nature. Parents, teachers, and
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How to Grow a School Garden is a comprehensive guide to developing, planning, building, and
maintaining a school garden. This hands-on approach includes all the information necessary to make
school garden projects accessible, inexpensive, and sustainable. For parents, the authors offer detailed
advice on how to secure support from the administration, how to raise money, how to build a kid-
friendly garden, how to manage volunteers, and how to ensure a smooth transition at the beginning of
each school year. Teachers will gain valuable lesson plans and activities for a range of ages.
Reclaiming a piece of neglected yard and transforming it into an ecologically rich garden is one of
the most beneficial activities that parents, teachers, and children can undertake together. How to Grow
a School Garden gives both teachers and parents everything they need to begin building a productive
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Product No. 682843
(page 27)

A r de n B uc k li n -S p o r e r is the executive director of the


San Francisco Green Schoolyard Alliance, an advocacy
organization for school gardens and outdoor classrooms. She
is the director of educational gardens for the San Francisco
Unified School District, and a founding partner of Bay Tree
Design, Inc., a landscape architecture firm.

R ac h el k at h lee n p r i n gle is programs manager for the


San Francisco Green Schoolyard Alliance, as well as the urban
ISBN: 978-1-60469-050-7
Product No. 689050 school garden liaison for Occidental Arts & Ecology Center’s
(page 49)
School Garden Teacher Training Program in Sonoma County.
She was previously a garden educator and coordinator of a
public school garden in San Francisco.

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here’s what the kids


have to say about
school gardens:

“ Why do
carrots grow


underground?
—Sofia, 1st grade

“ What kind of
vitamins do


peas have?
—Evan, 1st grade

“ Look at this big


slug, it’s been


eating more!
Plant, play, grow, and LEARN! —Kevin, 2nd grade

• Parents and teachers will appreciate the easy, step-


by-step, workbook style approach
• Includes hands-on garden activities and lesson plans
for teachers and parents, including seed saving,
cooking in the garden, composting in the classroom,
and much more
• Features planting and growing information for both
edible and ornamental plants

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Gardening for a Lifetime
ISBN: 978-1-60469-065-1 how to g arden wiser as you
Product No. 689065 grow older
Sydney Eddison
• A warm and encouraging
Illustrated by Kimberly Day Proctor
narrative about scaling Simplify and enjoy your garden
back and aging gracefully
with your garden
Sooner or later, every older gardener faces a similar
• Practical advice and helpful challenge. At some point, we all find ourselves asking “If I
tips are woven throughout
can’t get out there and dig, plant, and prune as I used to,
• Elegant black and white what am I going to do?”
illustrations by Kimberly
Day Proctor
The garden has been an everyday part of Sydney
• National publicity Eddison’s life for over forty years. It has witnessed the
changing of seasons, her greatest joys, and her
deepest sorrows. The garden and the gardener have
aged and changed together.
Gardening for a Lifetime is a touching memoir
about having to scale back after widowhood and
painful joints made it impossible to keep up
with a large country garden. Intermixing
personal experience with practical gardening
tips, Eddison has written an encouraging
roadmap for accepting and embracing a new
and simpler way of gardening.
Elegant black and white illustrations evoke
Eddison’s everyday joy, sorrow, and contentment
in the garden. Gentle, personable, and practical,
Gardening for a Lifetime helps transform gardening from
a list of daunting chores into the rewarding, joy-filled activity it was meant to be.

S y d n e y E ddis o n has written six books on gardening. For her work as a


writer, gardener, and lecturer, she received the Connecticut Horticultural
Society’s Gustav A. L. Melquist Award in 2002; the New England Wild
Flower Society’s Kathryn S. Taylor Award in 2005; and in 2006, The
Federated Garden Clubs of Connecticut’s Bronze Medal. Ms. Eddison’s
garden has been featured in magazines and on The Martha Stewart Show
and The Victory Garden.

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The Org anic G ardener’s Guide Product No. 689113
to the Soil Food Web
Revised Edition
• Organic gardening methods
Jeff Lowenfels and Wayne Lewis
are on the rise, from 5
A primer on the life of the soil and the million households in 2004
to 12 million in 2009
health of the garden
• Revised and updated with
two new chapters
“Digs into soil in a most enlightening and
entertaining way.” • Replaces 9780881927771
—Dallas Morning News

Smart gardeners know that soil is anything but an


of related interest:
inert substance. Healthy soil is teeming with life—
not just earthworms and insects, but a staggering
multitude of bacteria, fungi, and other microorganisms. When we use chemical fertilizers, we injure
the microbial life that sustains healthy plants, and thus become increasingly dependent on an arsenal
of artificial, often toxic, substances. But there is an alternative to this vicious cycle. We can garden in a
way that strengthens the soil food web—the complex world of soil-dwelling organisms whose interac-
tions create a nurturing environment for plants.
Teaming with Microbes extols the benefits of cultivating the soil food web. First, it clearly explains the
activities and organisms that make up the web. Next, it explains how gardeners can cultivate the life of
the soil through the use of compost, mulches, and compost tea. The revised edition updates the
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original text and includes two completely new chapters—on mycorrhizae (beneficial associations fungi Product No. 682912
form with green-leaved plants) and archaea (single-celled organisms once thought to be allied to (page 32)
bacteria).
With Jeff Lowenfels’ help, everyone—from devotees of organic gardening techniques to weekend
gardeners who simply want to grow healthy, vigorous plants without resorting to chemicals—can
create rich, nurturing, living soil.

jeff lo we n fel s is a member of the Garden Writers of America Hall of Fame


and has been writing a weekly column for the Anchorage Daily News since
1977. A native New Yorker, he now works as an attorney in Alaska and is a ISBN: 978-0-88192-862-4
leading proponent of gardening using the concepts of the soil food web. Product No. 682862
(page 32)

way n e lewis is a lifelong Alaskan gardener. He has worked with Jeff on


many projects over the past 20 years, including the now national Plant a
Row for the Hungry program, which encourages gardeners to donate a
portion of their harvest to charitable organizations in their community.

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$29.95 • CAN$37.50 Armitage’s Vines and
ISBN: 978-1-60469-039-2
Product No. 689039 Climbers
A G ardener’s Guide to the
Bes t Ver tic al Pl ant s
• More than 115 of the
newest and most Allan M. Armitage
horticulturally important
annuals, perennials,
Growing up is easy to do
woody plants, and
herbaceous climbers Climbing plants are a largely untapped
• Includes clematis, resource for today’s gardeners. Because their
morning glories, Virgina habit of growth is primarily vertical, they can
creeper, Dutchman’s pipe, be used to provide privacy, screen eyesores, and
passion flowers, and more
draw the eye upward to create the illusion of
• Applicable in all zones and space.
regions
In Armitage’s Vines and Climbers, renowned
• National publicity horticulturist Allan Armitage selects
and profiles the most useful and 22 Allamanda Allamanda 23

In their native habitat, they are often found in moist areas, such as the edge Other cultivars

attractive climbing plants for a wide of rivers or swamps. Approximately twelve species occur, most being vine-
like; but a number, like bush allamanda, Allamanda schottii (also known as
A. neriifolia), are more shrub-like in habit. The fact is, where they are peren-
‘Cherries Jubilee’, a hybrid involving Allamanda blanchetii, grows 6 to 8 feet tall
and bears rosy purple flowers, 3 to 4 inches wide, each with a black center.
‘Compacta’ bears handsome yellow flowers, shallow but wide, on plants less

of related interest:
nials, they all become quite woody over time. In temperate gardens, however, than 2 feet tall. It is likely a selection of or hybrid involving Allamanda schot­

variety of sites and conditions. The


unless plants are overwintered under glass, only the basal stems are woody, tii. The species itself is about 4 feet tall.
while the flowering stems are vigorous and relatively soft. The most common
species is A. cathartica, but cultivars of others are also offered. Purple alla-
manda, A. blanchetii, has 3- to 5-inch-long leaves in whorls of four, and rose-

choices include both woody and


purple flowers. All are cold hardy into the low 30s to high 20s, although bush
allamanda is likely a bit more cold tolerant, perhaps into the mid to mid to
low 20s. They all need to be brought in below zone 9.
Many tropical plants like allamanda take some time to flower in the con-

herbaceous plants, both annuals and


tainer or garden. This is not a problem but an opportunity for the landscaper
and gardener to have something fresh in the garden during the lazy days of
summer and into fall. As Dick Robrick of the exceptional Robrick Nursery
in Hawthorne, Florida, states, “This delayed blooming is probably one of the
reasons sales have not been too snappy on these plants. People buy them in

perennials. Profiles for more than 115 spring and get tired of waiting for the flower. A little education might go a long
way on these beautiful plants. If we use them as midsummer tropical speci-
mens they can bring the Caribbean into the Chicago patio.”

plants include a general description, Allamanda cathartica (kath-ar` ti-ka)


golden trumpet
annual
Allamanda cathartica
‘Brown Bud’. Photo by
Alan Shapiro.
Allamanda ‘Cherries
Jubilee’. Photo by Vincent
Simeone.

This vigorous plant can grow 20 feet in a single season if summers are warm.

hardiness, plant family, best The shiny green leaves are opposite to whorled, with wavy margins, and are
wider at the top than at the base. The flowers are golden yellow, occasion-
ally with white markings in the throat, and are produced in clusters (cymes)
throughout the summer when temperatures remain above 70F.

method of propagation, method


16 Actinidia Actinidia 17
Full sun is needed, and lots of water, to get this vine established. Plants tol-
Most people are erate
going wet feet,
to buy butkiwifruit
their boggy soils aremarket,
at the not necessary once
but some mightgrowth begins. Pinch pink flowers. Plants can grow 20 feet tall.
the new stems
want to grow the variegated kiwi,when plants
Actinidia are purchased
kolomikta, in thetogarden;
encourage
it is basal
a growth. Aphids Zones 6–9.
species sufficiently and whiteflies
hardy for many can be a problem,
temperate especially indoors.
gardeners.
Propagation

of climbing, and the etymology


‘Brown Bud’ has the same wonderful bright yellow blooms but flower buds
Take two- or three-node semi-hardwood cut-
Actinidia kolomikta
that are(kol-o-mik`
tan to brown
ta) in color. Plants grow 8 to 10 feet tall.
tings in late summer. Provide bottom heat
variegated kiwi, cat‘Hendersonii’
vine has equally large yellow flowers and is one of the oldest selec-
(70F).
zones 4–8 tions in the trade.

of botanical and common names.


Method of climbing

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These are woody vines and can become almost shrub like over time. They are
Support is necessaryAllamanda cathartica
if training to climb up a
far more cold hardy than many people give them credit for, overwintering in ‘Hendersonii’
trellis or wall.
Minnesota and occasionally as far north as zone 3. It is one of the few plants I

Product No. 682851


Etymology
know that naturally bears variegated foliage, and (as the photo here shows), it

Climbing plants add an extra


Actinidia, from the Greek, aktis (“ray”), refer-
is a wonderful plant to add color and texture to an old brick wall.
ring to the pistils, which tend to radiate from
The ovate to oblong leaves are slightly fuzzy, and when grown in full sun,

(page 40)
the flowers; deliciosa, delicious; kolomikta,
all or parts of the leaf will take on a brilliant white to pink coloration. The
a local name from the Amur region of Asia;
color is more dramatic in the spring and on plants grown in areas of cool
pilosula, somewhat hairy. Kiwi, cat plant, as

dimension to gardening—literally.
(60–70F) nights in the summer. The peak impact for color is spring and per-
above.
haps again in the fall. If grown in shade or in warm climates, color will fade
significantly.
The fragrant small white flowers are usually hidden by the large leaves,

By following Armitage’s sage


and the yellowish rounded hairy fruits may or may not be present. Plants of
all kiwis are dioecious, meaning separate male and female plants occur. Most
nursery-grown plants will be male, so little fruit should be expected.
Plants seem to affect cats the same way as catnip (Nepeta) does, so some
protection from crazed felines may be necessary. Actinidia arguta

advice, gardeners and designers Other species


Hardy kiwis (Actinidia arguta) are available, at least hardy to zone 7, perhaps
colder, but these can be aggressive. My colleague Susan Harris, who gardens
in Takoma Park, Maryland, writes on her excellent Sustainable Gardening

will be well equipped to create Blog:

Over the course of the summer I’ll fill eight to ten full-size trash cans
with the trimmings, and that’s a lot of trimming. No wonder the standard
advice is to prune it back hard in early spring—which I don’t do because

dazzling gardens that transcend I’d have to retrain it to where I want it every year. After eight years it
began producing flowers, but so far, no fruits have appeared.

Although the work is hard, she has to admit: “It’s the most commented-on

the boundaries of horizontality.


plant in my garden, hands down.”
Actinidia pilosula has smaller and more narrow leaves than A. kolomikta but
is easily identified by the white-tipped foliage and relatively large, pendulous Actinidia pilosula Actinidia pilosula, flowers.
Photo by Jonathan Wright.

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“ There is no
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American Gardens and Half-Hardy Perennials
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All a n M . A r mi tage is a professor of horticulture at the University


of Georgia, Athens, where he teaches, conducts research on new
garden plants, and runs the Trial Gardens at UGA. Dr. Armitage travels
internationally as a lecturer and consultant, and is the recipient of numerous
awards from nursery trade groups and horticultural organizations,
including the Medal of Honor from the Garden Club of America, the
National Educator Award from the American Horticultural Society, and the
Scott Medal and Award from the Scott Arboretum of Swarthmore College,
arguably the most prestigious honor in U.S. ornamental horticulture.

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Product No. 689095 Gardeners
Third Edition
Brian Capon
• More than 175,000 books
in print The science of plants
• Complete and accessible
introduction to the world For two decades readers around the world
of botany have been fascinated by Brian Capon’s
• Revised and updated crystal-clear descriptions of how plants
• Replaces second edition: work. What happens inside a seed after it is
9780881926552 planted? How do plants use each other—and
animals—to survive? How do they repro-
duce, and how do they transform nutrients
of related interest:
into growth?
Botany for Gardeners is the most complete,
“I’ve been waiting years for this very book—it answers the one question
every curious gardener is sure to ask. I love their easy-to-follow flow charts!”
—Joe Lamp’L (aka Joe gardener®), nationally syndicated gardening columnist, author, and television host
compact, and accessible introduction to
the world of botany available. The new
What’s Leaf scorch

edition has been expanded with


Wrong dazzling scanning electron microscope
With My
photographs and even more amazing
Plant?
(And How Do I Fix It?)
facts about plants. Especially timely are
A Visual Guide to Identify the problem and
find the cure for your: w
new essays on food plants: what makes
Learn ho e a

plants edible, the effects of climate


Flowers • Fruits
Easy Diagnosis and Vegetables • Bulbs
Houseplants
to becomctor—
plant doPhD
No .
Organic Remedies Seeds & Seedlings
Shrubs • Trees • Lawns
required

David Deardorff and Kathryn Wadsworth change, and the role of genetic
engineering.
ISBN: 978-0-88192-961-4
Product No. 682961 Whether it’s the exotic
(page 33) behaviors of unusual seeds, the
astounding weight-bearing
capacity of the Victoria waterlily,
or the ingenious existence of
lichens, the third edition of
Botany for Gardeners will be
embraced by beginning gardeners
and devoted plant-o-philes.

B r i a n C a p o n received a Ph.D. in botany from the University of Chicago


and was a professor of botany at California State University, Los Angeles,
for 30 years. A native of Cheshire, England, he was educated in England,
Canada, and the United States. His avocations—gardening, photography,
and art—are displayed in this book, as well as his enthusiasm for the
wonders of the plant kingdom.

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The Complete Guide to Product No. 682932
Selection and Cultivation
Four th Edition
J. D. Vertrees and Peter Gregory • 150,000 copies in print

A revised and updated classic • 150 new plants, 300 new


and improved photographs,
and updated nomenclature
“The ultimate book about the aristocrat of trees.”
• Named one of the
—The Washington Post
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Among the first titles published at Timber Press, Gardening Books
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• Replaces previous edition:
Japanese Maples is a classic. 9780881925012
Japanese maples are unlike any other tree.
They boast a remarkable diversity of color, form,
and texture. As a result of hundreds of
years of careful breeding, they take also by the author:
center stage in any garden. This new, 4 Propagation

fourth edition offers detailed descrip-


tions of over 150 new introductions,
Propagation methods vary greatly ress of these and other improved propaga-
from one part of the world to the next. tion methods.
Each propagator has developed his or her
own technique, adapting procedures to Seedling Production
suit the locality, climate, facilities, and per- The primary purpose of seedling produc-
sonal abilities. I am convinced that Japa- tion in nurseries is to obtain large quanti-

updates to plant nomenclature, and nese maples can be propagated by almost ties of understock for propagation by graft-
any method used for other woody plants. ing. Of importance also, at least in the
Propagators should choose the method United States, is the production of strong,
that gives them the best plants consis- seedling-grown planting stock of Acer
tently and economically under the condi- palmatum for garden landscape material.

new insights into established favorites.


tions in which they work. Today most Japa- Such plants are much less expensive than
nese maple plants are produced from seed grafted plants of named cultivars. They
or by grafting. Other methods of propa- also make excellent trees, some even bet-
gation used in a limited way include bud- ter than certain named cultivars.
ding, rooted cuttings, and layering. Several In a few cases, a particular parent seed

Gardeners will relish the practical


excellent books on propagation are listed will yield a very uniform strain of red-leaved
in the bibliography at the end of this book. seedlings which lend themselves to grow-
In the commercial production of maple ing-on for landscape material. These seed-
trees, variables such as light, temperature, lings are usually sold as Acer palmatum f.
moisture, and air circulation are automati- atropurpureum. Good red-leaved strains of

growing advice and collectors will


cally controlled electronically. The widely the upright forms are often grown to larger
used mist system of maintaining and sizes, making excellent nursery plants for
controlling a moist atmosphere, and the larger scale plantings. Also for large-scale
246 Acer palmatum ‘Shū shidare’ newer “fogging” technique continue Acer to bepalmatum
plants, 247
the green-leaved
‘Squitty’ trees of the species
improved. Considerable progress has been can be impressive.
named by Buchholz and Buchholz Nursery, other witches’-broomsmade ofteninhave the of tissue
green leaves are tech-
attractivelyMost
edgedpropagators
in red, a

celebrate the sheer number of


the use culture prefer the green- Japanese maple
Oregon, has yellow-orange spring leaves central lobe truncated,niques
‘Skeeter’s Broom’ color
for propagating manywhich
woodylasts through
plant springspecies
leaved and into for grafting understock. cultivars in a
that change to orange-green, then green may have any of the other lobesalthough
clones, short andno cases
earlyare
summer.
knownThe leavesSome
of its turn from yellow even claim that grafting
individuals woodland setting at
with purple-red tips, before turning a bril- rounded. Occasionally,use theforcentral lobe to
the large-scale scarlet in the
propagation fall. In cannot
of Japa- all otherberespects,
done on the red-leaved varieties. Westonbirt Arboretum,
liant orange-red in the fall. The lobes are can be almost absent. nese maples. Nonetheless, ‘Spring Delight’ is very similar to ‘Viridis’ Gloucestershire,
serious propaga- I find this to be completely untrue. Under England.
deeply divided right to the leaf base, the The small, five- to seven-lobed
tors need to leaves
continue intoleaf appearance, vigor,like
andconditions
growth habit.

new cultivars. Accurate identifica-


monitor the prog- I find grafting as success- Photo by Peter Gregory
lower third no thicker than the midvein. are deeply divided, nearly to the leaf base, It was selected, named, and propagated by
The lobes themselves are not as deeply cut well separated, and spread out. Each lobe Talon Buchholz of Buchholz and Buchholz
into clearly toothed sublobes. is ovate with a long, pointed tip. The mar- Nursery, Oregon.
‘Shū shidare’ forms a broad, weeping gins are strongly toothed. The maroon leaf 65
mushroom-shaped dome twice as broad stalks are slender and short. The spring ‘Squitty’

tion is made simple with over 600


as tall. It reaches about 1 m (3 ft.) tall in leaves are a bright red, becoming a deep dwarf group
10 years. It is vigorous and very hardy—to purple-red for the summer. Like its parent, variegated

ISBN: 978-0-88192-799-3
–20°F (–29°C)—and prefers sun or partial ‘Skeeter’s Broom’ holds its color very well. Very similar to but even smaller than ‘Abi-
shade in a well-drained soil. The name It forms a narrow, upright shrub, reaching gail Rose’, this attractive spring-flower-
means “orange weeping.” about 2 m (6 ft.) in height. ing dwarf was raised and named by Talon

descriptions and 500 color


Buchholz of Oregon. The original seed-

Product No. 682799


‘Sister Ghost’ ‘Sode nishiki’ ling came from Harold Johnston, Alabama,
matsumurae group palmatum group who raised and named ‘Abigail Rose’. In
variegated green spring, the tiny leaves emerge in a colorful
Page 246:

(page 37)
Like other members of the Ghost Series, This very attractive Japanese cultivar is display of rose, pink, and orange, becoming ‘Shū shidare’.
this worthwhile selection from Buchholz in the ‘Katsura’ group of bright yellow- pink and cream, then light creamy green Photo by Talon Buchholz

photographs. and Buchholz Nursery, Oregon, has a dark


network of veins on a light-colored back-
ground. The medium-sized to large leaves
have seven deeply divided lobes, almost to
orange spring-flowering maples. The small with a darker green network of veins for
to medium leaves emerge a bright yellow the summer. Fall colors are yellow, orange, ‘Sister Ghost’.
with pink edging, changing to orange and pink-red.
with red margins and tips, before becom-
Photo by Peter Gregory

This delightful cultivar is very slow- ‘Skeeter’s Broom’.


the leaf base. Each lobe is narrow-ovate, ing light green, then midgreen for the sum- growing and forms a small very dense Photo by Harry Olsen

with a long, curved, tail-like tip and with mer. The beautiful spring color lasts for at upright shrub, reaching about 1 m (3 ft.)
This page:
large, conspicuous, sharply hooked teeth least a month. Fall color is deep orange and or so high in seven to ten years. In spite of ‘Spring Delight’.
on the margins. The cream-green leaves scarlet. the small size of scion material, ‘Squitty’ is Photo by Harry Olsen
with their conspicuous green veins can The mainly five-lobed leaves are deeply
look quite ghostly in the shade. It is esti- divided. Each ovate lobe ends in a strong,
mated that this small, bushy tree will reach pointed tip and has coarsely toothed mar-
4 m (13 ft.) in height. It needs some protec- gins. The slender leaf stalks and shoots are
tion from the afternoon sun. red.
‘Sode nishiki’ forms an upright, bushy
‘Skeeter’s Broom’ tree to about 3 m (10 ft.) tall. It is a colorful

of related interest:
dwarf group addition for the smaller garden landscape
red and for container culture.
Originating from a witches’-broom on
‘Bloodgood’, this selection was found and ‘Spring Delight’
named by Edward Rodd of Raraflora Nurs- dissectum group
ery, Pennsylvania. It is similar to several green
other dwarf red cultivars derived from A chance seedling with ‘Viridis’ as a pos-
witches’-brooms on ‘Bloodgood’, but has sible parent, this vigorous cultivar is very
longer leaves than most. Whereas the pretty in the spring. The emerging, light

p e t e r g r eg o r y has researched maples and other trees


for more than 40 years. He is chairman of the Maple
Society and the editor of its quarterly journal.
ISBN: 978-0-88192-809-9
Product No. 682809
J . D. V e r t r ee s (1915–1993) was an American (page 37)

entomologist, nurseryman, and educator who collected


rare and unusual maples.

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$29.95 • CAN$37.50 So You Want to Be a
ISBN: 978-0-88192-904-1
Product No. 682904 Garden Designer
How to Get S tar ted, Grow,
and Thrive in the L andsc ape
• The nuts and bolts of Design Business
running a garden design
business Love Albrecht Howard
• Establishing a brand, Turn a passion for plants into a
growing a client base,
rewarding career
finding and working with
contractors, pricing
services, communicating Every day talented and passionate gardeners
with clients, and more think to themselves, “There must be a way to
• Practical information turn this into a career.” So You Want to Be a
based on the author’s Garden Designer helps them turn that dream into
proven business model
reality by providing the practical, step-by-step
information every budding designer needs to develop and nurture a thriving garden
design business.
A successful, self-made garden designer herself, Love Albrecht Howard conveys not only the
basic skills required for the profession, but also the crucial details that can mean the difference
between success and failure. Among the many questions she explores with warmth, humor, and
a big dose of reality are:

of related interest:
• What do I need to learn?
• How do I tackle fences, stairs, decks,
and other construction projects?
• How can I avoid using chemicals?
• What’s the best way to deal with challenging personalities?

With extensive photographs, practical drawings, and clearheaded advice, So You Want to Be a
Garden Designer is the comprehensive manual that all garden designers will wish they’d had
from the start.
ISBN: 978-0-88192-584-5
Product No. 682584
(page 33)
Love Alb r ec h t H o wa r d has owned her landscape and garden
design business since 1994. A lifelong passionate gardener and
plant lover, Albrecht Howard has taught local adult education
classes in gardening as well as chemical-free lawn and land care
through the Arnold Arboretum. Her design work has been featured
in national magazines and on the HGTV and DIY cable networks. A
recovering marketing executive, Albrecht Howard makes her home
in Hingham, Massachusetts, with her husband, Bruce Howard, and
their son, Griffin. Her Web site is www.lovealbrechthoward.com.

ISBN: 978-0-88192-975-1
Product No. 682975
(page 27)

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ISBN: 978-0-88192-931-7
Perennials and Product No. 682931

Grasses
exper t pl ant choices and • How to creatively combine
dramatic combinations perennials and grasses for
for year -round g ardens dramatic effect
Adrian Bloom • Growth, care, and design
tips for gardens of all sizes
A famous plantsman shares his
• Bloom’s plants—Blooms of
shortlist Bressingham—are widely
available throughout the
There are hundreds of perennials and USA
grasses available to gardeners—how can
they know whether or not they’re making
the right choice? In Bloom’s Best Perenni- of related interest:
als and Grasses, Adrian Bloom distills

his years of experience as a nurseryman


In the previous four years many now coming into leaf, Acer
large conifers were removed conspicuum ‘Phoenix’. Beneath
to create a changing seasonal and around these are low
view utilizing the remaining growing perennials, and bulbs
conifers, moving into view a to add seasonal changes.

and gardener into 250 reliable choices


large specimen of Acer palmatum Early spring shows Hostas and
‘Fireglow’ and centre right just Heucheras making new growth.


A summer view from inside the to the next to meander through

that are beautiful, easy to maintain, and


sitting room window brings the the Hosta ‘Halcyon’, Hosta
recent plantings almost into ‘Shade Fanfare’ and Heuchera
the house. A river of Geranium ‘Obsidian’.
‘Rozanne’ crosses from one bed

provide year-round interest. A Room with a View

In garden design it is a good idea, according to site and

Detailed descriptions feature


opportunity, to consider how you can improve your view
from your most used rooms in the house. This recent
replanting at Foggy Bottom was done with this in mind
by first removing large conifer specimens which were
blocking light and view from our sitting room.

information on growth, care, and ‡


Shortly before leaf fall both the
perennials and the two maples
The conifers, all of which are
vpruned annually, provide a good
·
One of the earliest ways of
using perennials dated back to
shown in late summer.
Ornamental grasses, nor some
variety and diversity of perennials
and grasses (shrubs and annuals
tall plants, but this, despite its
drawbacks, can be scaled down to
give a good show of autumn backdrop, colour and form for Victorian times, that of the one more exotic plants, now so much are also used in these borders) a small garden and a much lower

design tips for use in gardens of


colour whilst Geranium ‘Rozanne’ the rest of the winter. sided border, be it backed by an integral part of those borders, and the capacity for even taller hedge, remembering of course
continues to flower. a wall or a hedge. This is part would not have been used thirty perennials to stretch when close the hedge will take moisture
of the massive 128metre long or more years ago. In winter you to a hedge or a wall. This is a from plants closest to it. A hedge
(140yards) mixed border at the can see the tall hornbeam hedge, spectacle with Sedum, Rudbeckia provides definition, a backdrop,
‡ Royal Horticultural Gardens at but judging from the size of the and Persicaria most visible in the the ability to create rooms and of

all sizes. Bloom shows the reader


Winter snow creates quite a specimens and cloaks the Wisley, Surrey, England, originally plants from front to back it is foreground, taller Miscanthus course structure in winter. Choose
different picture as it clings to the ground. planted in 1950’s, following difficult to imagine the ground at the back highlighted by the your type, deciduous or evergreen
framework of the garden fl a design by noted plantsman from pathway to hedge is flat. golden leaved dogwood, Cornus and prune to your eventual width
This new garden designed and different
Graham Stuart environments
Thomas, and to suitThis clearly demonstrates the alba ‘Aurea’. A tall hedge needs and height.
planted by passionate gardeners his wide choice of plants. Thus

how to design and plant well-


Keith and Roz Wiley in Devon, southern, northern, eastern and
England is photographed western facing slopes from top

24 Designing with Perennials and Grasses


only three years after planting
displaying an eclectic and exciting
mix of woody and herbaceous
to bottom create conditions
not otherwise all available on
one site. Close planting already
Designing with Perennials and Grasses 25
ISBN: 978-0-88192-817-4
structured borders that feature Product No. 682817
plants. Keith too, raised his has given a maturing look to
beds, not only to create a more this colourful garden as well as
dramatic landscape, but to create helping to keep weeds at bay.

I believe where it can be achieved it is important, how-


(page 27)
perennials and grasses with a mix
Take a fresh look – some thoughts on design
ever long term, to design your garden around your house,
We live in a garden designer era. Perhaps the glamour and so you can enjoy short or long views and develop plant
fashion much promoted by the media at the annual Chel- associations to give you change and interest through the
sea Flower Show and its focus on celebrity and designer year. I’m always looking out from our windows at Foggy
gardens started and encouraged this phenomenon some Bottom and considering how I can improve the view from

of other plants playing support-


years ago. Most of these gardens, wonderful as they the main windows we look out from in the daytime. Of
maybe are built for one point of the year and are usually course I appreciate those with smaller urban or suburban
a very expensive spectacle, which has to be dismantled at gardens will have more limited opportunities.
the end of the week long show. We can all admire the pro- If you study books and visit shows and other gardens
fessionalism and execution of the best gardens, and we and are interested in plants and design, you can certainly

ing roles. He also shares his


can note down ideas and plants, but designing a garden become your own garden designer. If you want more
with primarily plants to give year round interest in your hard landscaping incorporated in the design it maybe
garden takes a little more thought and objectivity. adviseable to go to a reputable professional designer or
Ideas about the sort of garden you might like come from landscaper to give you their ideas and expertise to under-
looking at books, magazines and television, best of all from take the work.

trademark “river of plants”


visiting other gardens. What plants and styles appeal and,
given the size and aspect of your garden are they likely to Designing with plants
fit? Take a fresh look at your own garden space and decide

DESIGNING WITH
whether you want to plant structure, trees and shrubs or There may be many reasons why so many people do not
clear away old overgrown shrubs and trees to open up want to garden. No time, no space, young family, too

design style that dramatically


the possibilities. The question of soil type (whether acid much work, rented property, know nothing – could be

PERENNIALS AND
or alkaline, sandy, loam or clay) exposure to wind, aspect, some and from those perspectives it will take some con-
north or south facing or elevation will all have a bearing on vincing to encourage such groups into gardening. Those
your choice of plants. But before this, consider the design of us who do enjoy gardening and working with plants
questions in relation to the position of your house or home, know what efforts have to be made, disappointments suf-

GRASSES how your entrance pathway or drive is positioned, what fered, but we also know what satisfaction can be gained

features the beauty of a plant


views and vistas you have from your windows. You may from the pastime. Being your own gardener and having
want more light in or open views out, or you may want your own garden is the art of the possible on whatever
more protection from neighbours or from exposure to scale you work.
strong winds. Look at the bigger questions first.

throughout its life.


22 Plant Directory Plant Directory 23

Ad r i a n B lo o m is owner of the world-renowned Bressingham


Gardens. He has presented TV shows including BBC Gardener’s
ISBN: 978-0-88192-820-4
World in England and The Victory Garden in the USA. In 1995 he Product No. 682820
(page 41)
was awarded the Victoria Medal of Honour by the Royal Hor-
ticultural Society and in 2002 he received the George Robert
White Medal of Honor from the Massachusetts Horticultural
Society. He travels and lectures widely in the USA and Europe.

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Product No. 689170 Guide to Conifers
Richard L. Bitner

Conifers are the perfect choice for groundcovers,


• Includes 280 of the best
shrubs, or trees in almost any garden. Evergreen
conifers for homes and
gardens and always architecturally interesting, they’re
also drought, pest-, and disease-resistant, and
• Plant descriptions
include size, appearance, rarely have any demanding cultivation needs.
hardiness, preferred The Timber Press Pocket Guide to Conifers is
growing conditions, and the perfect companion for anyone who needs a
susceptibility to pests
and diseases
portable guide to conifer choices. With every-
thing you need to know to choose and grow just
the right conifer, this book also provides
stunning photos of conifers in gardens so you
can pick the plant you truly love.

r ic h a r d l . bi t n e r is a writer and photographer whose work has appeared in numerous


national and regional magazines.

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832 pages, Full color throughout
$49.95 • CAN$62.00 Encyclopedia of Trees
ISBN: 978-0-88192-751-1 Second Edition
Product No. 682751 BACK IN
John White PRINT!
Illustrated by David More

• More than 1800 species “Because of the meticulous detail, all tree lovers
and cultivars will find this a necessary encyclopedic book on
• More than 4000 stunning cool weather deciduous and evergreen trees found
botanical illustrations in North America, England and continental
• Winner of the National Europe.”—National Gardener
Arbor Day Foundation
Media Award This book is a must-have for any reader with an
interest in trees, whether to grow them, identify
them, or simply take pleasure in the minutely detailed and beautifully drawn artwork of David More.
The main section of the book describes and illustrates more than 1800 species and cultivars. It is the
result of more than ten years of on-site, meticulous painting of individual living trees as well as their
detailed parts.

j o h n w h i t e is a retired tree expert who has devoted his life to the study and care of trees
and woodlands.
Illustrator David M o r e lives in South London and spent 12 years researching, traveling,
and drawing to produce this magnificent book.

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The indispensable role of Product No. 682988
Hymenoptera in G ardens
Eric Grissell
• Colony collapse continues
The importance of insects to make news as scientists
search for a cause and a
Few insects are more important than bees, wasps, cure
and ants. They maintain the garden’s biological • Bees, wasps, and ants play
balance, fertilize vegetables, fruits, and flowers, an important role in the
and recycle nutrients within the soil. It’s no garden’s biological balance
exaggeration to say that a garden can’t be • Includes information on
understood without an understanding of its how to deal with
problematic insects in the
insects. garden
Bees, Wasps, and Ants explores the importance
of the Hymenoptera and explains how gardeners
can encourage (or discourage) them in the garden.
also by the author:
Part One includes a summary of their
biology and a tour of what role they
play in each part of the garden. Part
Two takes a closer look at the individual
groups within the family, including saw-
flies, horntails, woodwasps, parasitic
wasps, predatory wasps, bees, and ants.
Bees, Wasps, and Ants is sure to
persuade even the most insect-
phobic reader to invite these
fascinating creatures into their ISBN: 978-0-88192-768-9
Product No. 682768
gardens. (page 32)

of related interest:

After receiving his doctorate in entomology from the University of


California, Davis, E r ic G r iss ell served as a taxonomic entomologist for
the Florida Department of Agriculture, and from 1978 to 2005 as a
research entomologist for the Systematic Entomology Laboratory with
the U.S. Department of Agriculture, where his research focused on
ISBN: 978-0-88192-942-3
parasitic wasps. He has published nearly one hundred scientific papers Product No. 682942
as well as serving on editorial boards and journals both as a reviewer (page 59)
and a subject editor.

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$34.95 • CAN$43.95 The Kingdom Fungi
ISBN: 978-0-88192-891-4
Product No. 682891 THE Biology of Mushrooms,
Molds, and Lichens
Steven L. Stephenson
• The natural history of fungi The curious world of fungi
and their relatives
• Fungi are essential—without The ubiquitous fungi are little known and
them we couldn’t garden, vastly underappreciated. Yet, without them
bake bread, or enjoy beer, we wouldn’t have bread, alcohol, cheese,
beef, and dairy
tofu, or the unique flavors of mushrooms,
• Color photographs aid in morels, and truffles. We can’t survive
identification
without fungi.
The Kingdom Fungi provides a comprehen-
of related interest: sive look at the biology, structure, and
morphological diversity of these necessary
organisms. It sheds light on their ecologi-
cally important roles in nature, their Plate 10. Cigar-shaped
zoosporangium of a
water mold. The zoospo-
rangium contains fully

fascinating relationships with people, plants,


mature zoospores ready
to be discharged. Photo-
graph by David Padgett.

and animals, and their practical applications


in the manufacture of food, beverages, and Plate 7. Zoospores being discharged
from the zoosporangium of a chytrid.
Plate 8. Chytrids on pollen grains. Pine
(Pinus) pollen grains are often used to
Plate 11. Zoosporangium
of Saprolegnia in which
two secondary zoospo-

pharmaceuticals. The book includes informa-


Photograph by Peter Letcher. “bait” for chytrids, which often appear rangia have developed.
on such substrates within a few days. The first of the two sec-
Photograph by Peter Letcher. ondary zoosporangia is
empty, and the second
is still forming. Photograph

tion about “true” fungi, fungus-like creatures


by David Padgett.

(slime molds and water molds), and a group Plate 12. Two oogonia of
a water mold. The exam-

of “composite” organisms (lichens) that


ple on the left has one

ISBN: 978-0-88192-860-0
oosphere present, while
the example on the right
contains two mature
84 4 A Diversity of Form and Function zoospores. Photograph by

Product No. 682860


David Padgett.

are more than just fungi. Particular grow and maintain in laboratory culture, certain species of Neurospora
has been used extensively as experimental organisms for studies of 5
(page 50) fungal genetics and biochemistry. In fact, our understanding of the

Morels, Truffles, Cup


relationship that exists between proteins and genes in living systems

attention is given to examples of fungi was first developed from studies that used N. crassa as an experimental
organism.
Plate 9. Spherical bodies in skin cells from a northern leopard frog (Rana pipiens).
The presence of these structures indicates that the frog is infected by Batracho- Fungi, and Flask Fungi
Dung-loving Ascomycete Fungi

that might be found in the home and


chytrium dendrobatidis. Photograph by Joyce Longcore.
Members of the genus Sordaria are common on the dung of herbivores.
Sordaria fimicola is especially common on horse dung, where its solitary True Morels 85 Cup Fungi 92
perithecia are scattered across the surface of the dung. Ascospores are False Morels 87 Family Pezizaceae 93
forcibly discharged from the perithecia. In Sordaria, the neck of the

encountered in nature.
True Truffles 88 Family Sarcosomataceae 93
perithecium is positively phototropic and thus directed towards the
light. As the asci in the perithecium mature, they swell and fill the up­ Morphology of Truffles 88 Family Pyronemataceae 93
per portion of the perithecial cavity. eventually, one ascus extends Hunting Truffles 89 Family Ascobolaceae 94
upwards through the neck of the perithecium far enough for its tip to

The Kingdom Fungi is a useful


Truffles in History 90 Flask Fungi 95
protrude from the opening at the top. Soon after this happens, the as­
Two Noteworthy Truffles 91 Family Xylariaceae 96
cus explosively discharges all of the ascospores and then collapses and
disintegrates. One after another, the other asci in the perithecium fol­ Decline of Truffles in Nature 91 Family Diatrypaceae 97
low the same sequence of events. False Truffles 92 The Asa Gray Disjunction for

introductory text for naturalists, The small dark perithecia of species of Podospora are often exceed­
ingly common on the dung of large herbivores (PlATe 34). In some
members of the genus, the outer surface of the perithecium is covered
Fungi 99

with scattered bristlelike hyphae. One unusual feature of Podospora

mycologists, and anyone who wants to species is that each ascospore has a mucilaginous appendage.

Fabric- and Paper-loving Fungi


Two orders (the Pezizales and the Xylariales) in the Ascomycota con­
tain numerous taxa that characteristically produce fruiting bodies large
enough to be easily noticed in the field. In the Xylariales, a perithecium
In members of the genus Chaetomium, ascospores are liberated from is produced, whereas in the Pezizales, an apothecium is produced. The

become more familiar with, and more the perithecium in quite a different manner. These fungi, which
are often associated with cellulose­rich substrates such as fabrics and
paper, have asci that are evanescent, leaving behind a mucilaginous
order Pezizales includes a number of different families. The more im­
portant of these are the Ascobolaceae, Helvellaceae, Morchellaceae,
Pezizaceae, Pyronemataceae, Sarcosomataceae, and Tuberaceae. Per­
mass containing the ascospores in the cavity of perithecium. When haps the best known of these to the average person is the Morchella­

appreciative of, the fascinating world of the ascospores are liberated from the latter, they literally ooze out, of­
ten forming contorted masses that become trapped in the numerous
long, hairlike hyphal appendages that decorate the outer surface of the
ceae, which consists of morels.

perithecium. True Morels

fungi. In the true morels, the fruiting body consists of an upper more or
less conical portion (cap) held aloft on a broad, hollow stalk. The cap

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(page 54)
S t eve n L . S t e p h e ns o n is a research professor at the University of
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worldwide project funded by the National Science Foundation to
document the distribution of all the slime molds and their relatives. Dr.
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climates ranging from the tropics to the polar regions of both the Arctic
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A potpourri of herbal lore
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The paperback reprint of Lavender is a
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Simon Toomer

Planting and Maintaining a Tree Collection explores the


history and practice of collecting trees. Toomer covers
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maintenance, plant
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treatment provides practical advice on everything from safety
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Sim o n To o me r is Director of the National Arboretum, Westonbirt, where


he oversees management and development of the world-class collection of
over 17,000 trees and shrubs.

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Product No. 682949 Pacific Northwest
Tracking and Identifying
Mammal s, Birds, Reptiles,
• Basic training on tracking Amphibians, and
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• Stunning wildlife timber press field guide
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Follow the trail
• More than 101 mammals;
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• Applicable in WA, OR, BC, to look for and where, and if you
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(page 66)
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Outward Bound, leading wilderness expeditions throughout the
western United States and in Alaska, teaching natural history seminars,
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degree in environmental studies and outdoor education from Prescott
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304 pp, Black and white photos
The Northwest $19.95 • CAN$24.95
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Vegetarian Cookbook Product No. 689034

200 Recipes that Celebrate


the Fl avors of oregon and
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Debra Daniels-Zeller growing segment of the
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Cook local, eat local • Features the unique foods
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Cooking for Everyone
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Debra Daniels-Zeller has created a great culinary reference and an introduction to the bounty of
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“A beautifully
produced,
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packed volume.” Meadows 2005 Designing and
Book
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Photographs by
Jonathan Buckley
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Douglas Coltart
A captivating and beautifully
Renovating a spacious garden
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can be daunting, but Coltart
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Recent Release species, and attract wildlife.
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Cultivating a Sense of
Michael King
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Claire E. Sawyers Instructs gardeners in all
Shows gardeners how to cre- aspects of designing with
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Timber Press The American The Encyclopedia


Pocket Guide Woodland Garden of Grasses for
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Spirit of the
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Rick Darke A design reference that expanded edition
An accessible and compre- This book promotes sets the standard for in- William Robinson
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Foliage in Garden Design Design Workbook
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“Ms. Easton has an


accessible, down-to-
earth style.”
A Garden Gallery The Jewel Box Garden —The New York Times
inspiration from an Thomas Hobbs
enchanted world of Photographs by Bronze Award
plants and artistry David McDonald of Achievement
in Photography
George Little and David Lewis
Photography by Barbara Denk With provoca- Garden Writers
Association
Foreword by Ketzel Levine tive and highly
Welcome to the original ideas, this book en-
wild fantasia of a Silver
Award of
courages gardeners to tap into
renowned Puget Achievement their creativity and invest
Recent Release
Sound garden. their heart and soul in creat-
The New Low-Maintenance Garden
Garden Writers
Association
Little and Lewis ing oases of beauty—intimate
spaces where they can escape how to have a beautiful, productive garden and the time to enjoy it
inspire all gardeners to use
the pressures of modern life. Valerie Easton
their imagination, take risks,
paperback, 10 x 10" Photographs by Jacqueline M. Koch
and create their own
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enchanting retreats. Busy gardeners can learn how to garden in a new way that saves time and resources without giv-
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“An abundance of
beautiful photographs
and inspiring and well-
organized design
ideas.”
—American Gardener
Down to Earth with Gardening at the
Helen Dillon Shore
Helen Dillon Frances Tenenbaum
Photographs by Jerry Pavia
A lifetime of gardening know-
how, deep love of plants, and The practical, experience-
assured sense of design are en- tested advice in this concise
capsulated in Dillon’s witty volume will enable you to add A Pattern Garden
color and greenery to your THE EsSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF GARDEN MAKING
and accessible style.
patch of sun and sand. Valerie Easton
hardcover, 7 1/2 x 9 5/8"
224 pp, 111 color photos hardcover, 7 5/8
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30 | design & inspiration

“This spring
I have shifted
my thoughts
to Design, with
a capital D,
because of Pots
in the Garden.”
—The New York Times
Best
Seller Creative Garden
Lighting
Pots in the Garden Michèle Osborne
EXPERT DESIGN and PLANTING TECHNIQUES Photographs by Steven Wooster
recent release Ray Rogers
Photographs by Richard Hartlage Learn how to transform a drab
Big Gardens in Small Spaces
setting into a stunning garden
out-of-the-box advice for boxed-in gardeners An engaging exploration into basic design principles, creat-
Martyn Cox
showcase using simple, mod-
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ern, and creative lighting
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Sharp Gardening Succession Planting The Collector’s


Christopher Holliday for Year-round Garden
Photographs by Jerry Harpur Pleasure Ken Druse
Plants that are spiky and sharp Christopher Lloyd
recent release Photographs by Jonathan Invites garden-
Gardening with Shape, Line and Texture with architectural foliage. Buckley ers into some of
a plant design sourcebook
Explains how to choose the America’s most fascinating
Linden Hawthorne right plant and how to use Contains all the information private gardens, showing how
them in a cohesive design. you need to create successful gardeners can “collect” plants
This sourcebook bridges the gap between design books and hardcover, 7 1/2 x 9 5/8" year-round planting schemes. without sacrificing their devo-
plant encyclopedias by focusing on plant shape, and how it 192 pp, 177 color photos hardcover, 7 5/8 x 10 5/8" tion to the natural garden or
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naturalistic design | 31

“A gardening book that


tackles theoretical
questions and the
practicalities of
gardening with equal
aplomb.”
Natural Gardening Gardening with —Horticulture
in Small Spaces Grasses
Noël Kingsbury Michael King and Piet Oudolf
Foreword by Beth Chatto
Create a sustainable
ecosystem in the smallest of This beautifully illustrated
gardens. More than 140 book provides equal
photographs prove that even measures of information and Planting Design
small spaces can provide a nat- inspiration. Gardens in Time and Space
ural haven. hardcover, 9 x 10 1/2" Piet Oudolf and Noël Kingsbury
152 pp, 161 color photos
paperback, 9 x 10 5/8" The general principles behind creating successful and beautiful plant combinations in both
$34.95 CAN$47.95 © 1998
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“Oudolf has an
uncanny eye for plant
combinations.”
—The New York Times
Gardens by Design Seedheads in the
Noël Kingsbury Garden
Noël Kingsbury
Leading garden designers Photographs by Jo Whitworth
show the mechanics of
plant combinations, finding Explores the role of seedheads
and using exquisite plants, as key components in a
and nurturing a garden’s naturalistic garden. Hand-
now in paperback!
development, growth, and picked selections are sup-
maintenance over time. ported by cultivation advice Designing with Plants
and compelling photography. Piet Oudolf with Noël Kingsbury
hardcover, 9 1/2 x 11"
224 pp, 400 color photos hardcover, 9 x
10 5/8" Both inspirational and instructive, this visually breathtaking study shows readers how to cre-
30 diagrams 144 pp, 213 color photos
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ate year-round interest with form, texture, light, movement, and color.
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32 | sustainable gardening & design

Best Best
Seller Seller
“The text makes
a case for native
plants and
animals in
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and complete
fashion.”
—Washington Post Rain Gardens Green Roof Plants Planting Green Roofs
Managing water A Resource and Planting and Living Walls
Sustainably in the Garden Guide
Best and Designed Landscape
Revised and Updated
Seller Edmund C. Snodgrass and Edition
Nigel Dunnett and Andy Lucie L. Snodgrass Noël Kingsbury and
Clayden Nigel Dunnett
Concise and easy-to-use guide
Bringing Nature Home Rain gardens encompass all to 200 species and cultivars. Green roofs and living walls
how you can sustain wildlife with native plants possible elements that can be Includes data on moisture reap enormous environmental
updated and expanded used to capture, channel, di- needs, heat tolerance, hardi- benefits. This comprehensive
Douglas W. Tallamy vert, and make the most of the
Foreword by Rick Darke
ness, and height. guide to designing, imple-
rain and snow that fall on a hardcover, 6 x 9" menting, and maintaining
Everyone with access to a patch of earth can property. 204 pp, 299 color photos green roofs is supported by
make a significant contribution toward sustaining hardcover, 7 5/8 x 9 1/4" $29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2006
international case studies.
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41 line drawings
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On the Wild Side Ecology for Gardeners The Truth About The Truth About Insects and Gardens
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Naturalism Steven D. Salt Garden Ecology
What Works, What Benefits, Drawbacks, and
Keith Wiley Drawings by Errol D. Hooper Jr. Doesn’t, and Why the Bottom Line Eric Grissell
Jeff Gillman Jeff Gillman Photographs by
Keith Wiley boldly challenges Even a relatively small garden Carll Goodpasture
our understanding of what a is a miniature ecosystem. Do garden remedies really Is organic always the best
garden is. Change, evolution, The role of insects in garden
Citing hundreds of examples work? Gillman fearlessly tests choice? Gillman studies the
and new naturalism are at the ecology. Supported by more
drawn from personal experi- more than 100 myths to reveal science behind more than 100
heart of this book. than 100 gorgeous color
ence and from literature on the how and why—and why organic techniques and prod-
photos.
hardcover, 6 x 9" gardening and ecology, the not—behind common garden ucts, and discovers that—
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authors argue that the more practices and products. The though organic is preferable in
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completely we understand results will surprise even expe- most situations—knowledge $19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2006
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420 pp, 170 color photos 11 drawings 208 pp
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techniques & General reference | 33

“I’ve been waiting years


for this very book—
it answers the one
“An interesting
and useful question every curious
garden book.” gardener is sure to ask.”
—Washington —Joe Lamp’l, Nationally
Gardener
syndicated gardening columnist,
author, and TV host

The Self-Sustaining Garden Recent Release


the Guide to MATRIX PL ANTING What’s Wrong With My Plant? (And How Do I Fix It?)
Peter Thompson a visual guide to easy diagnosis and organic remedies
The principles of matrix planting combine with specific applica- David Deardorff and Kathryn Wadsworth
tions and chapters on soil health and biological controls to show Dealing with a sick plant is one of the most frustrating situations a gardener can face.
how to create a self-sustaining design. This innovative, easy-to-use book helps readers recognize whatever malady may be plaguing
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Niwaki Garden Your Way to So You Want to Managing the The Essential Garden
Pruning, Training and Health and Fitness Start a Nursery Wet Garden Maintenance
Shaping Trees the Japanese
Way Bunny Guinness and Tony Avent plants that flourish in Workbook
Jacqueline Knox problem places
Jake Hobson Rosemary Alexander
In this popular primer on how John Simmons
Turn your garden into a gym the nursery industry works, an A practical guide to establish-
Japanese pruning techniques This guide to a variety of wet
with this one-stop guide to award-winning nursery owner ing, improving, and managing
that coax out the essential garden sites provides practical
garden fitness. Includes step- discusses the merits and disad- a garden. Includes advice on
character of garden trees. tips on recognizing and man-
by-step sequences based on vantages of retail, wholesale, improving soil, rescuing
hardcover, 9 x 10 1/2" aging a wet site, and includes a
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the Pilates method that mail-order, liner operations, lawns, and making a
illustrate how to boost your and much more. plant directory of water toler-
46 line drawings maintenance checklist.
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34 | techniques & general reference

“Good pruning is known


both as an art and a science,
and this book helps the
gardener accomplish both.”
—National Gardener
Gardening on Plant Solutions
Pavement, Tables, for Every Garden
and Hard Surfaces Nigel Colborn
George Schenk
The extensive plant sugges-
An innovative and charming tions in this thorough direc-
NOW IN PAPERBACK way to grow plants on hard tory will help you find the
surfaces. Includes lists of right plant for a particular
The Pruning of Trees, Shrubs and Conifers plants and step-by-step place or purpose.
second edition
instructions. hardcover, 7 3/8 x 9 7/8"
George E. Brown 448 pp
paperback, 7 5/8x 9 1/4"
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2000 color photos and illus.
$39.95 CAN$54.95 © 2006
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How, when, and where to prune? This unique encyclopedic treatment details the best pruning ISBN: 978-0-88192-812-9
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mat covers several thousand species, yet remains a manageable and practical reference.
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The Reference Manual of Creative Propagation Woody Cut Stems for Plants from Test Tubes
Woody Plant Propagation Sec ond Edition Growers and Florists An Introduction to
Peter Thompson Micropropagation
from seed to tissue culture production and post-harvest
Line drawings by Josie Owen handling of branches for Third Edition
sec ond edition
flowers, fruit, and foliage Lydiane Kyte and John Kleyn
Michael A. Dirr and
Charles W. Heuser, Jr.
Practical, how-to methods of creative Lane Greer and John Dole
plant propagation are displayed in an Acclaimed as the most practical
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tion requirements by seeds, cuttings, cultivate, and handle woody cut is now even better and introduces
paperback, 7 x 9"
grafting and budding, and tissue 360 pp, 55 b/w photos stems. Includes detailed information new developments in biotechnology,
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techniques & general reference | 35

“Destined to become
a perennial itself,
for it unlocks in a
practical way one of
the hardest aspects
of garden design:
figuring out which
perennials bloom
Garden to Vase Practical Science
Growing and Using Your Own for Gardeners when.”
Cut Flowers
Mary Pratt
Linda Beutler —The Washington Post
Photography by Allan Mandell Identify what plants need to survive When Perennials Bloom
Creative uses for plants in your and how these fundamental scientific an almanac for planning and planting

garden; techniques for harvesting facts are at the heart of good plant Tomasz Aniśko
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germination and propagation, soil An authoritative, exhaustively researched guide to the flowering times of
basics”; and arrangements for special more than 450 perennials. An indispensable tool for accurately planning the
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descriptions of more than 200 hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11" 512 pp, 625 color photos, 469 graphs
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Botanical Latin A Color Atlas of Pests of Seeds Plant Form


F ourth Edition Ornamental Trees, The Definitive Guide to Growing, An Illustrated Guide to
History & Lore Flowering Plant Morphology
William T. Stearn Shrubs and Flowers Peter Loewer New Edition
David V. Alford
A classic primer for learning Adrian D. Bell
grammar, syntax, punctuation, and Detailed advice on buying, storing Line drawings by Alan Bryan
A unique reference for controlling
vocabulary, as well as fascinating in- and germinating seeds, sterilizing
the pests of ornamental crops. The This ingeniously designed volume
formation on Latinate geographical soil, indoor to outdoor transplanting.
author recommends appropriate makes the complex subject of plant
names and color terms. Blending science and hands-on expe-
control measures, including environ- morphology accessible.
rience, Seeds is fascinating, practical,
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36 | trees & shrubs

Best
Selling
Author
“Michael Dirr is the
acknowledged authority on
American trees and shrubs.”
—Garden Design

Recent Release Conifers for Gardens


Conifers of the World AN Illustrated
Encyclopedia
The Complete reference
Richard L. Bitner
James E. Eckenwalder
Provides information—in-
This definitive work provides up-to-
cluding size, appearance, har-
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diness, and growing condi-
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tions—for nearly every hardy
cies of trees and shrubs. Written for
conifer.
Dirr’s Trees and Shrubs for Warm Climates accessibility to both horticultural and
hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11"
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Michael A. Dirr comprehensive update of conifer tax- $59.95 CAN$81.95 © 2007
onomy in nearly a century. ISBN: 978-0-88192-830-3
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gions includes more than 400 species and hun- 720 pp, Color in wrap
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Dirr’s Hardy Viburnums Hydrangeas for The Interactive


Trees Flowering American Gardens Manual and Photo-
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Michael A. Dirr Library of Woody
An Illustrated
Michael A. Dirr Landscape Plants
Encyclopedia Invaluable advice on the best DVD Version
Michael A. Dirr A wealth of infor- hydrangeas for North Ameri- Michael A. Dirr
mation about every species can gardens.
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Best
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Hebes Lilacs 400 Trees and Shrubs Bonsai with Timber Press Pocket
A Guide to Species, Hybrids, A Gardener’s Encyclopedia for Small Spaces Japanese Maples Guide to Japanese
and Allied Genera John L. Fiala
Lawrie Metcalf
Diana M. Miller Peter Adams Maples
Revised and updated by
J. D. Vertrees and Peter
Freek Vrugtman Small gardens require careful The specific horticultural Gregory
Hebe’s native habitats, pre- planting and this practical needs of Japanese maples as
ferred growing conditions, cul- Lilacs are cherished for their Describes and illustrates 300
reference will help gardeners bonsai subjects and proven
tivation and history, and an A– fragrant, reliable, and colorful of the most widely available
plan, implement, and cultivate techniques for creating and
Z guide to all the known flowers. This new and up-to- Japanese maples, including 50
the right woody plants for maintaining beautiful
species and most horticultur- date edition of a classic refer- new cultivars. Provides infor-
their space. specimens.
ally valuable hybrids. ence includes notes on grow- mation on cultivation and
hardcover, 7 5/8 x 9 1/4" hardcover, 7 x 9"
hardcover, 7 x 9" ing, propagating, and using maintenance, as well as lists of
224 pp, 153 color photos 156 pp, 112 color photos
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Camellias Camellias Witch Hazels Trees for the Dogwoods


A Practical Gardening The Gardener’s Chris Lane Small Garden Paul Cappiello and Don
Guide Encyclopedia Shadow
Simon Toomer
Jim Rolfe and Yvonne Cave Jennifer Trehane An introduction to the genus Photographs by Steve Wooster
followed by detailed descrip- The definitive treatment,
Practical, comprehensive How to grow and care for tions of the four species and A careful selection of the 100 with details on cultivation,
information on the important camellias and detailed their hybrids. best trees for use in small, pests and diseases, and the
species of Camellia, as well as descriptions of a hand-picked temperate gardens. Includes fundamentals of breeding
hardcover, 7 x 9"
the numerous cultivars. selection of over 600 species 264 pp, 144 color illus. information on growth rate, and selection.
paperback, 7 x
9 3/4" and cultivars. $34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2005 care requirements, and sea- hardcover, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8"
142 pp, 115 color photos hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11" ISBN: 978-0-88192-678-1 224 pp, 261 color photos
sonal interest.
22 line drawings 380 pp, 861 color photos Product No. 682678 $39.95 CAN$54.95 © 2005
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2003 hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11"
$59.95 CAN$81.95 © 2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-679-8
ISBN: 978-0-88192-577-7 176 pp, 418 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-88192-848-8 Product No. 682679
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Product No. 682683
[not available through Timber Press in
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Cotoneasters Trees for All Seasons Hardy Rhododendron American Azaleas


a comprehensive guide to broadleaved evergreens for Species L. Clarence Towe
shrubs for flowers, fruit, and temperate climates
A Guide to Identification
foliage Sean Hogan Expert recommendations on all the
James Cullen
Jeanette Fryer and Bertil Hylmö horticultural aspects important for
In Association with the Royal Botanic
Broadleaved evergreen trees are Garden Edinburgh growing these colorful, fragrant
A monumental and comprehensive among the most versatile and beauti-
source of information on the classifi- shrubs.
ful garden plants, and also among the Landmark reference provides keys to
cation, identification, cultivation, hardcover, 6 x 9"
most underused. With more than 350 accurate identification for nearly 300 188 pp, 79 color photos, 11 b/w illus.
and nomenclature of nearly all the photographs and detailed descrip- species in cultivation. $29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2004
known species and cultivars. tions of choice trees, Sean Hogan hardcover, 7 x 9" ISBN: 978-0-88192-645-3
hardcover, 7 x 9" opens up a largely unexplored world 496 pp, 175 color photos Product No. 682645
344 pp, 200 color photos $49.95 CAN$68.50 © 2005
of foliar beauty.
$49.95 CAN$68.95 © 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-723-8
ISBN: 978-0-88192-927-0 hardcover, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8" Product No. 682723
Product No. 682927 336 pp, 371 color photos
$39.95 CAN$54.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-674-3
Product No. 682674

Success with Ceanothus Hollies for Gardeners Daphnes Winter-flowering


Rhododendrons David Fross and Dieter Wilken Christopher Bailes A Practical Guide for Shrubs
Gardeners
and Azaleas A complete horticultural and Detailed planting advice will
Michael W. Buffin
Robin White
Revised Edition
botanical treatment of a North inspire gardeners everywhere Carefully selected plant
H. Edward Reiley A practical guide to growing
American native that tolerates to discover how hollies can en- dictionary with daphnes,
Advice on every aspect of sun and shade and thrives in hance gardens and landscapes. and caring for a remarkably viburnums, witch hazels, and
rhododendron growing, from arid conditions. diverse—and reputedly
hardcover, 7 x 9" much more.
soil preparation to advanced 288 pp, 156 color photos difficult—genus.
hardcover, 7 x 9" hardcover, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8"
propagating and hybridizing 272 pp, 104 color photos $34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2006 hardcover, 7 x 9" 232 pp, 140 color photos
50 line drawings ISBN: 978-0-88192-774-0 224 pp, 160 color photos $39.95 CAN$54.95 © 2005
techniques. Product No. 682774 $34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2006
$39.95 CAN$54.95 © 2006 ISBN: 978-0-88192-722-1
paperback, 6 x 9" ISBN: 978-0-88192-762-7 ISBN: 978-0-88192-752-8 Product No. 682722
344 pp, 109 color photos Product No. 682762 Product No. 682752
26 b/w photos, 18 tables
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2004
ISBN: 978-0-88192-637-8
Product No. 682637

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“Gardeners
in zones 5–9
will ... find
worthy
choices.”
—Library Journal

Magnolias Hawthorns and Buddlejas


A Gardener’s Guide Medlars David D. Stuart
Jim Gardiner James B. Phipps Foreword by Michael A. Dirr
with Robert J. O’Kennon
Includes information on and Ron W. Lance Details the diversity of the
selection, cultivation, siting, genus, and introduces garden- Recent Release
and propagation. Detailed information on how ers to the spectacular quality
to grow, propagate, and hy- of the flowers.
The Gossler Guide to the
hardcover, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8"
330 pp, 155 color photos bridize. Includes 70 wild spe- hardcover, 7 x 9"
Best Hardy Shrubs
$39.95 CAN$54.95 © 2000 cies and a range of cultivars 232 pp, 86 color photos more than 350 expert choices for your garden
ISBN: 978-0-88192-446-6 and hybrids. $34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2006 Roger, Eric, and Marjory Gossler
Product No. 682446 ISBN: 978-0-88192-688-0
hardcover, 7 x 9"
180 pp, 75 color photos
Product No. 682688 For decades, the Gossler family has made it their business to
11 drawings test, propagate, and sell the very best hardy shrubs from
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2003 around the world. This book is a distillation of their exper-
ISBN: 978-0-88192-591-3 tise—a guide to more than 350 of the most beautiful, versa-
Product No. 682591
tile, and growable shrubs available.
hardcover, 7 x 9" 204 pp, Full color throughout
$34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-908-9 • Product No. 682908

An Illustrated Guide Tree Bark Hydrangeas Encyclopedia of Variegated Trees and


to Maples A Color Guide A Gardener’s Guide Hydrangeas Shrubs
Antoine le Hardÿ de Beaulieu Hugues Vaucher Revised Edition C. J. van Gelderen and The Illustrated
Translated by André L. Translated and edited by James Toni Lawson-Hall and D. M. van Gelderen encyclopedia
Mechelynck E. Eckenwalder Brian Rothera Ronald Houtman
Photography by This lavishly illustrated In association with the Royal
Michel Timacheff, More than 550 Provides information on natu- encyclopedia with 795 Boskoop Horticultural Society
Philippe de Spoel- photographs illus- ral history, cultivation, and photographs offers thorough
berch, and J. R. P. trate the rich variety propagation, as well as Comprehensive reference to
van Hoey Smith coverage of more than 1000
of colors, patterns, and descriptions of 100 cultivars. nearly 800 trees, shrubs,
hydrangea species, subspecies,
Landscape architects, textures of bark. hardcover, 7 1/2 x 9 3/4"
ground covers, and vines.
varieties, and cultivars.
garden designers, plant hardcover, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8" 176 pp, 163 color photos hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11"
hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11" 340 pp, 762 color photos
enthusiasts, and home 260 pp, 561 color photos 155 b/w illus.
280 pp, 795 color photos $49.95 CAN$68.50 © 2004
28 color illus., 18 line drawings $34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2005
gardeners will now find it easy ISBN: 978-0-88192-669-9
$49.95 CAN$68.50 © 2004 ISBN: 978-0-88192-649-1
$39.95 CAN$54.95 © 2003
to select the right maple for ISBN: 978-0-88192-622-4 Product No. 682649
ISBN: 978-0-88192-576-0 Product No. 682669
Product No. 682622
any conditions. Product No. 682576
hardcover, 8 x 11 1/2"
464 pp, 200 color photos
$69.95 CAN$96.00 © 2003
ISBN: 978-0-88192-601-9
Product No. 682601

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Hardy Bamboos Bamboo for Gardens Ornamental Bamboos Timber Press Pocket The Sweet Pea Book
Taming the Dragon Ted Jordan Meredith David Crompton Guide to Bamboos Graham Rice
Paul Whittaker Foreword by Susanne Lucas, Ted Jordan Meredith
President of the American Gardens of all sizes can ac- An inspiring and comprehen-
Detailed plant descriptions Bamboo Society commodate bamboos, many Covers 35 genera of bamboos sive guide to growing these
combine with striking photog- More than 300 bamboos de- of which are cold-resistant in cultivation and describes fragrant flowers.
raphy to highlight each plant’s scribed, from tropical and and surprisingly easy to grow. more than 300 species and cul- paperback, 7 3/8 x 9 3/4"
characteristics. Includes infor- subtropical to hardy species. David Crompton explains tivars. Each entry includes the 144 pp, 83 color photos
mation on propagation, care, everything needed to grow $19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2003
Includes information on size, plant’s maximum height, max-
ISBN: 978-0-88192-595-1
and pests and diseases. range, and use. bamboos in this guide to imum culm diameter, light re- Product No. 682595
hardcover, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8" hardcover, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8"
nearly 200 ornamental plants. quirements, and minimum
300 pp, 221 color photos 408 pp, 158 color photos hardcover, 7 5/8 x 9 1/4" temperature tolerated.
165 line drawings $39.95 CAN$54.95 © 2001 306 pp, 184 color photos flexibind, 5 3/4 x 8 1/4"
$39.95 CAN$54.95 © 2005 ISBN: 978-0-88192-507-4 $39.95 CAN$54.95 © 2006 208 pp, Full color throughout
ISBN: 978-0-88192-685-9 Product No. 682507 ISBN: 978-0-88192-790-0 $19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2009
Product No. 682685 Product No. 682790 ISBN: 978-0-88192-936-2
Product No. 682936

Timber Press Pocket An Illustrated Clematis for Small Gardening with Timber Press Pocket
Guide to Ornamental Encyclopedia Spaces Clematis Guide to Clematis
Grasses of Clematis Raymond J. Evison Design & Cultivation Mary Toomey
Rick Darke Mary Toomey and Linda Beutler With Everett Leeds and
Everett Leeds The best clematis for compact Charles Chesshire
An accessible and comprehen- Photography Editor spaces. Includes detailed plant Expert advice on growing,
Charles Chesshire descriptions organized by designing, and maintaining Profiles 300 stunning plants.
sive reference to a wide range
flowering season. clematis. Includes cultivation informa-
of striking grasses. Covers The first encyclopedia on the
hardcover, 6 x 9"
tion and suggested landscape
more than 500 species and genus includes 800 garden- hardcover, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8"
272 pp, 161 color photos 300 pp, 115 color photos uses.
cultivars. worthy species and hybrids. $34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2008 $34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2004 flexibind, 5 3/4 x 8 1/4"
flexibind, 5 3/4 x 8 1/4" hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11" ISBN: 978-0-88192-851-8 ISBN: 978-0-88192-644-6 232 pp, Full color throughout
228 pp, Full color throughout 428 pp, 652 color photos, 19 line Product No. 682851 Product No. 682644 $19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2006
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2004 drawings ISBN: 978-0-88192-814-3
ISBN: 978-0-88192-653-8 $59.95 CAN$81.95 © 2001 Product No. 682814
Product No. 682653 ISBN: 978-0-88192-508-1
Product No. 682508

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Best
Selling
Author

“In the world


of horticulture,
Armitage
stands out as an
authoritative
voice that
Tall Perennials
larger-than-life plants for gardeners
gardens of all sizes Armitage’s depend on for
Roger Turner Manual of
Annuals, guidance.”
Roger Turner’s hand-picked selection
of high-performing perennials all Biennials, and —Booklist
check in at over five feet. Includes in- Half-Hardy
troductory chapters on the plant Perennials
characteristics and combination Allan M. Armitage
ideas, and a plant directory of more hardcover, 6 x 9" Armitage’s Native Plants for AHS
Teaching
than 600 perennials. Tall Perennials 604 pp, 125 color photos North American Gardens Award

will help you create impact, surprise, 107 line drawings, 75 tables Allan M. Armitage Allan Armitage
and excitement in your garden. $39.95 CAN$54.95 © 2001
hardcover, 7 x 9"
ISBN: 978-0-88192-505-0 This volume is perfect for anyone interested in learning about and gar-
Product No. 682505 dening with North American native plants. Armitage describes more than
260 pp, 158 color photos
$34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2009 630 species and cultivars of perennials, biennials, and annuals.
ISBN: 978-0-88192-889-1 hardcover, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8" 452 pp, 443 color photos
Product No. 682889 $49.95 CAN$68.50 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-760-3 • Product No. 682760

Perennials Legends in the Garden Armitage’s Garden Armitage’s Garden


THE GARDENER’S Gold
Award of
Who in the World is Perennials Annuals
REFERENCE Achievement Nellie Stevens?
A Color Encyclopedia A Color Encyclopedia
Susan Carter, Carrie Garden Writers
Linda L. Copeland and Allan M. Armitage Allan M. Armitage
Becker, and Bob Lilly Association Allan M. Armitage
Foreword by Richard W. Lighty, Ph.D. Armitage’s discerning selection of Armitage evaluates nearly 200
Perennials play a central role in to-
Which intriguing characters get the best cultivars, from classics to genera of plants for their garden-
day’s gardens, but choosing among
plants named after them? Here are cutting-edge introductions. worthiness and sheer beauty.
the available riches can be daunting.
descriptions of the plants that bear hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11" hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11"
Perennials can help, with sumptuous 324 pp, 1465 color photos 368 pp, 1341 color photos
photographs and information on their names and the stories $49.95 CAN$68.50 © 2000 $49.95 CAN$68.50 © 2004
more than 2,700 plants in 250 gen- behind them. ISBN: 978-0-88192-435-0 ISBN: 978-0-88192-617-0
era, making it one of the most com- hardcover, 6 x 9" 208 pp Product No. 682435 Product No. 682617
prehensive guides available. 64 color photos, 49 b/w photos
$24.95 CAN$27.95 © 2002
hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11" ISBN: 978-1-930897-08-3
544 pp, 306 color photos Product No. 689708
$49.95 CAN$68.50 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-820-4
Product No. 682820

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Perennial Ground Covers Aroids Bleeding Hearts, Corydalis, Gardening with Hardy
David S. MacKenzie Plants of the Arum Family and Their Relatives Heathers
Second Edition Mark C. Tebbitt, Magnus Lidén, and David Small and Ella May T. Wulff
Includes hostas, stonecrops, smaller Deni Bown Henrik Zetterlund
rhododendrons, prayer plants, This fascinating and beautifully
pyracanthas, box huckleberry, The second edition includes informa- Features concise descriptions, keys to illustrated guide includes both classic
hellebores, daylilies, grasses, alpine tion on the latest taxonomic and no- help with identification, and practical cultivars and new introductions.
willows, and unsupported climbing menclature revisions and an updated tips for successful use in the garden. Information on spacing, pruning,
vines, just to name a few. A detailed guide to cultivation. Fifty elegant line drawings and 112 and propagating is supported by 217
chart aids in the selection of the best hardcover, 6 x 9" photos showcase the range of bril- photographs and illustrations.
plants for various situations. 468 pp, 108 color photos, 50 line drawings liant colors and shapes. hardcover, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8"
$34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2000
paperback, 8 1/2 x 11" hardcover, 7 x 9" 296 pp, 217 color and b/w illus., 17 maps
ISBN: 978-0-88192-485-5
452 pp, 315 color photos 176 pp, 112 color photos, 50 line drawings $39.95 CAN$54.95 © 2008
Product No. 682485
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2002 $34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-782-5
ISBN: 978-0-88192-557-9 ISBN: 978-0-88192-882-2 Product No. 682782
Product No. 682557 Product No. 682882

The Daylily The New Encyclopedia Timber Press Pocket Guide Begonias
A Guide for Gardeners of Daylilies to Ground Covers Cultivation, Identification,
John P. Peat and Ted L. Petit and Natural History
more than 1700 outstanding David S. MacKenzie
selections Mark C. Tebbitt
A comprehensive overview of the Ted L. Petit and John P. Peat Describes over 1000 attractive yet In association with
history, cultivation, and breeding of Brooklyn Botanic Garden
rugged low-maintenance plants that
the modern daylily. More than 1700 daylilies (1400 can substantially increase a garden- Includes concise descriptions, keys,
hardcover, 7 x 9" of them new to this edition) in er’s enjoyment of the landscape. Ex- and elegant illustrations of more
200 pp, 197 color photos detailed color photos accompanied tensive cultivation use and design rec- than 300 commonly grown species
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2004 by comprehensive cultivar descrip- ommendations supplement the
ISBN: 978-0-88192-666-8 and their most popular cultivars.
tions. Includes chapters on the accessible text and photos.
Product No. 682666 hardcover, 7 x 9"
history of the genus, the history of flexibind, 5 3/4 x 8 1/4" 336 pp, 212 color photos
daylily hybridizing, hybridization 240 pp, Full color throughout 104 line drawings
techniques, cultivation, and the $19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2006 $34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2005
future of daylilies. ISBN: 978-0-88192-798-6 ISBN: 978-0-88192-733-7
Product No. 682798 Product No. 682733
hardcover, 8 1/2 x 10"
408 pp, 1774 color photos
$49.95 CAN$68.50 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-858-7
Product No. 682858

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“Likely the most


complete work on
the subject.”
—Garden Compass

Delphiniums Gardening with


David Bassett and Hardy Geraniums
Shirley Bassett Birgitte Husted Bendtsen
Introduces both wild and cultivated Cultivation advice for more than
delphiniums and discusses breeding, 400 species and hybrids.
use, cultivation, and propagation. hardcover, 8 x 10 5/8"
hardcover, 7 1/2 x 9 3/4" 144 pp, 450 color photos
160 pp, 80 color photos $29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2005
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-716-0
Hellebores
A Comprehensive Guide
ISBN: 978-0-88192-800-6 Product No. 682716
Product No. 682800 C. Colston Burrell and Judith Knott Tyler
Foreword by Daniel J. Hinkley

The definitive book on this genus, packed with up-to-the-minute, compre-


hensive information on growing, maintenance, design, hybridization and
selection, and trouble-shooting.
hardcover, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8" 296 pp, 146 color photos
$34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-765-8 • Product No. 682765

A Contemplation Heucheras and Dwarf Campanulas Late Summer Flowers


Upon Flowers Heucherellas And Associated Genera Marina Christopher
Garden Plants in My th Coral Bells and Foamy Bells Graham Nicholls Foreword by Dan Hinkley
and Literature Dan Heims and Grahame Ware Photographs by Steven Wooster
Bobby J. Ward Cultivation and propagation advice
Foreword by Ann Lovejoy Features extensive listings of choice for more than 200 campanulas and Extend the blooming season by
selections, with practical information 100 related plants. choosing plants that excel in late
An entertaining survey of 80 plant on care, propagation, and design. hardcover, 7 x 9" summer and autumn.
genera, with a multitude of references hardcover, 6 x 9" 272 pp, 140 color photos hardcover, 7 1/2 x 9 5/8"
to, and extracts from, myth and 208 pp, 116 color photos $34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2006 160 pp, 150 color photos
literature throughout the ages. This $27.95 CAN$37.95 © 2005 ISBN: 978-0-88192-810-5 $29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-702-3 Product No. 682810 ISBN: 978-0-88192-756-6
delightful book will inspire you to look Product No. 682756
Product No. 682702
at your own garden in a new light.
paperback, 6 x 9"
447 pp, 78 b/w illus.
$17.95 CAN$24.50 © 2005
ISBN: 978-0-88192-727-6
Product No. 682727

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“As this beautiful guide makes clear, dark- Green Flowers A Book of Blue Elegant Silvers
hued leaves and flowers, from perennials to unexpected beaut y for the Flowers Striking Plants for
garden, container or vase Every Garden
tropicals, have enormous appeal in a garden.” Alison Hoblyn
Robert Geneve
Jo Ann Gardner and
—Martha Stewart Living Photographs by Marie O’Hara A wide selection of blue flow- Karen Bussolini
Recent Release ers that will expand the gar- Silver plants bring luminous
This charming collection of
Black Plants unexpected plants provides dening palette. beauty to the landscape with
75 striking choices for the garden paperback, 6 x 9" distinctive colors, textures,
complete tips on growing and
328 pp, 151 color photos
Paul Bonine arranging and accounts of in- $24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2006 and shapes. This in-depth
teresting myths, history, and ISBN: 978-0-88192-769-6 guide includes the best choices
Striking, mysterious, sinister, and strange all describe the singu-
lore. Product No. 682769 for a broad range of growing
lar appeal of plants with black (or near-black) foliage, flowers,
hardcover, 7 x 9" and design needs.
or fruit. In this colorful, beginner-friendly package, plant ex- 184 pp, Full color throughout hardcover, 6 x 9"
pert Paul Bonine profiles 75 of the most alluring choices. $24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2009 311 pp, 119 color photos
These ghoulish gems are sure to haunt your garden dreams. ISBN: 978-0-88192-919-5 $34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2005
paperback, 7 x 6 1/4" 160 pp, Full color throughout Product No. 682919 ISBN: 978-0-88192-703-0
$14.95 CAN$17.50 © 2009 Product No. 682703
ISBN: 978-0-88192-981-2 • Product No. 682981

“Fischer gives as much attention to texture as he does to


color, and the results look doable as well as desirable.”
—Seattle Times

Recent Release
Fearless Color Gardens
the creative gardener’s guide to jumping off Perennial Companions
the color wheel 100 dazzling plant combinations for
every season
Keeyla Meadows Tom Fischer
Fearless Color Gardens brings Keeyla’s unique vision to life by Photography by Richard Bloom & Adrian Bloom
showing how to use wild, uninhibited color to connect indoor Create breathtaking perennial designs with Tom
and outdoor spaces and turn a garden into a work of art. Fischer’s 100 proven picks. Each entry identifies
Follow easy-to-use advice on coordinating tones in shocking the main plants, specifies the care and condi-
ways and learn how—and why—to reinvent the staid rules of ALSO AVAILABLE: tions each requires, and indicates when the com-
the color wheel. 6-Copy Counter Display bination reaches its peak of beauty.
hardcover, 8 1/2 x 10" 196 pp, Full color throughout $89.70 CAN$119.70
paperback, 7 x 6 1/4" 216 pp, Full color throughout
$27.95 CAN$37.95 © 2009 ISBN: 978-1-60469-051-4
$14.95 CAN$19.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-940-9 • Product No. 682940 Product No. 689051
ISBN: 978-0-88192-939-3 • Product No. 682939

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The Genus Arisaema Christopher Lloyd’s The Gardener’s Peony The Genus Paeonia
A Monograph for Botanists Garden Flowers Herbaceous and Tree Peonies Josef J. Halda and
and Nature Lovers Martin Page James W. Waddick
Perennials, Bulbs, Grasses, Ferns
sec ond revised and enlarged Botanical illustrations by
Christopher Lloyd
Edition Highlights the best peonies for Jarmila Haldová
Guy Gusman and Liliane Gusman Everything Christopher Lloyd has gardeners, paying particular
Information on growing peony
Arisaema is a large genus of aroids learned, thought, seen, tried, liked, or attention to the tree peonies and
species, including notes on soil
consisting of about 200 species. This regretted about perennials. herbaceous hybrids.
considerations, hardiness, and
revised and updated book includes paperback, 7 1/2 x 10" hardcover, 7 x 10"
268 pp, 200+ color photos
propagation. Accompanied by
448 pp, 69 color photos
more than 10 new species described $29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2005 $39.95 CAN$54.95 © 2005 stunning botanical paintings.
since 2002. ISBN: 978-0-88192-747-4 ISBN: 978-0-88192-694-1 hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11"
hardcover, 6 3/8 x 9 3/8" Product No. 682747 Product No. 682694 228 pp, 36 watercolors, 43 line drawings
474 pp, 420 color photos $34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2004
200 line drawings, 20 tables ISBN: 978-0-88192-612-5
$79.95 CAN$109.95 © 2006 Product No. 682612
ISBN: 978-0-88192-839-6
Product No. 682839

Encyclopedia of Waterlilies and Lotuses Timber Press Pocket Guide Water Features for
Water Garden Plants Species, Cultivars, and New to Water Garden Plants Small Gardens
Hybrids
Greg Speichert and Sue Speichert Greg Speichert and From Concept to Construction
Foreword by Ann Lovejoy Perry D. Slocum Sue Speichert Keith Davitt

Includes information Describes 500 species and cultivars, 300 of the best plants for ponds and Detailed case studies depict gardens
on hardiness, culture, including more than 130 of the new- wet soils. Descriptions include de- progressing from planning to plant-
propagation, and pests est hybrids. tailed information on selection, ing. Offers ideas for every style of gar-
and diseases. hardcover, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8" growth, and care. Notes on cultiva- den and every budget.
260 pp, 327 color photos, 35 b/w illus.
hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11" tion, information on cold tolerance, hardcover, 7 5/8 x 9 1/4"
$34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2005
388 pp, 704 color photos ISBN: 978-0-88192-684-2 and how to overwinter. 176 pp, 168 color photos
$49.95 CAN$68.50 © 2004 $29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2003
Product No. 682684 flexibind, 5 3/4 x 8 1/4"
ISBN: 978-0-88192-625-5 ISBN: 978-0-88192-596-8
212 pp, Full color throughout
Product No. 682625 Product No. 682596
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-846-4
Product No. 682846

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46 | tropicals & exotics

An Encyclopedia of Palms Won’t Grow Here


Cultivated Palms and Other Myths
¡Tropicalismo! Robert Lee Riffle and Warm-Climate Plants for
Paul Craft Cooler Areas
spice up your garden with
cannas, bananas, and 93 other David A. Francko
eye-catching tropical plants Approximately 890
Pam Baggett species in the palm family are Even if you live in a cool area,
detailed, including necessary infor- you can grow palms and other
How to grow and design with 100 trop- ALSO AVAILABLE: warm-climate plants with the as-
6-Copy Counter Display
mation like cold hardiness, water
ical plants, including bananas, cannas, needs, height, and any special sistance of Francko’s firsthand
$89.70 CAN$119.70
lantanas, and coleus. These plants can ISBN: 978-0-88192-970-6 requirements. observations and research.
add a taste of the tropics to any garden. Product No. 682970 hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11" hardcover, 6 x 9"
paperback, 7 x 6 1/4" 528 pp, 929 color photos 308 pp, 78 color photos, 31 b/w
208 pp, Full color throughout $49.95 CAN$68.50 © 2003 photos
$14.95 CAN$19.95 © 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-558-6 $27.95 CAN$37.95 © 2003
ISBN: 978-0-88192-947-8 Product No. 682558 ISBN: 978-0-88192-575-3
Product No. 682947 Product No. 682575

Hibiscus Passiflora The Protea Book Encyclopedia of Exotic Timber Press Pocket
Hardy and Tropical Plants Passionflowers of the A Guide to Cultivated Plants for Temperate Guide to Palms
for the Garden World Proteaceae
Climates Robert Lee Riffle
Barbara Perry Lawton Torsten Ulmer and Lewis J. Matthews
Will Giles
John M. MacDougal Learn to successfully grow
Chronicles the history and tra- Drawings by Bettina Ulmer A spectacular guidebook
Detailed cultivation advice 200 of the most common and
ditions of the genus Hibiscus. offering advice on cultivation,
Lushly illustrated and infor- enables gardeners to make easy-to-find palm species and
A photographic gallery illus- propagation, garden uses,
mative, this comprehensive informed choices from an hybrids. Profiles include culti-
trates the richness of the spe- and commercial cut flower
reference reveals the immense expansive plant palette. vation advice, botanical char-
cies and cultivars. production.
variations found among this Enhanced with over 500 color acteristics, and suggestions for
hardcover, 6 x 9" paperback, 7 1/4 x 10 1/4"
extraordinary genus. photos. use indoors and out.
184 pp, 49 color photos 184 pp, 286 color photos
17 line drawings hardcover, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8" $34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2002 hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11" flexibind, 5 3/4 x 8 1/4"
$27.95 CAN$37.95 © 2004 430 pp, 358 color photos ISBN: 978-0-88192-553-1 440 pp, 534 color photos 240 pp, Full color throughout
ISBN: 978-0-88192-654-5 252 line drawings Product No. 682553 $49.95 CAN$68.50 © 2007 $19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2008
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ISBN: 978-0-88192-648-4 Product No. 682785 Product No. 682776
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tropicals & exotics | 47

Best
Seller

Coleus Bromeliads for the Hot Plants for Cool Exotic Planting for
Rainbow Foliage for Containers Contemporary Garden Climates Adventurous Gardeners
and Gardens
Andrew Steens Gardening with Tropical Plants Christopher Lloyd
Ray Rogers in Temperate Zones
Photography by Richard Hartlage These low-maintenance indoor plants Susan A. Roth and Dennis Schrader Christopher Lloyd offers his unique
can be grown outdoors in tropical and perspective on creating “hot and
This lavishly illustrated volume offers Practical advice for achieving a
subtropical areas. Includes descrip- steamy” planting schemes.
equal parts design inspiration and tropical look in a temperate garden.
tions and cultivation information for hardcover, 8 x 11"
practical advice. An A–Z encyclopedia Includes information on design,
hundreds of species and cultivars. 142 pp, 115 color photos, 22 line drawings
describes more than 225 varieties. maintenance, and plant selection. $29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2007
hardcover, 8 1/2 x 10 1/4"
hardcover, 8 x 9" paperback, 7 1/2 x 9 3/4" ISBN: 978-0-88192-842-6
198 pp, 290 color photos
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Subtropical and Tropical Flowering Tropical Ornamentals Tempting Tropicals Impatiens


A Guide 175 Irresistible Indoor The Vibrant World of
Dry Climate Plants Plants Plants Busy Lizzies, Balsams, and
The Definitive Practical W. Arthur Whistler
A Guide to Identification Ellen Zachos Touch-me-nots
Guide and Cultivation
A guide to more than 400 of Raymond J. Morgan
Martyn Rix Kirsten Albrecht Llamas A guide to growing luscious
the most commonly cultivated
indoor plants, including flow- The physiology, morphology,
Includes cultivation advice Documents more ornamental plants found in
ering vines, carnivorous and seed dispersal mecha-
and an A–Z directory of over than 1400 flower- the tropics.
plants, and spiky succulents. nisms of Impatiens.
1000 subtropical and dry ing trees, shrubs, paperback, 6 x 9"
hardcover, 7 x 9" hardcover, 7 x 9"
climate plants. vines, and 542 pp, 450 color photos
220 pp, 162 color photos
$34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2000 328 pp, 206 color photos
hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11" herbaceous plants ISBN: 978-0-88192-475-6 $29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2005 $29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2007
256 pp, 750 color photos commonly grown 2004 ISBN: 978-0-88192-852-5
Golden Globe Product No. 682475 ISBN: 978-0-88192-732-0
$44.95 CAN$61.95 © 2006 Award Product No. 682852
ISBN: 978-0-88192-808-2
in tropical and Product No. 682732
Product No. 682808 subtropical Garden Writers
Association
gardens.
hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11"
424 pp, 1553 color photos
$69.95 CAN$96.00 © 2003
ISBN: 978-0-88192-585-2
Product No. 682585

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48 | Succulents, cacti & carnivorous plants

Best
Selling “Inspiring,
Author
practical, and
complete—
a treasure
for any
gardener who
loves these Best
otherworldly Seller The Garden
Succulents Primer
beauties.” Gideon Smith and Ben-Erik
—Sunset Designing with Succulents van Wyk
Debra Lee Baldwin
Recent Release A user-friendly identification
Succulent plants offer dazzling possibilities guide, including detailed de-
Succulent Container Gardens scriptions of more than 400
design eye-catching displays with
for garden design and require only minimal
maintenance to remain lush and alluring well-known succulents and
350 easy-care plants
year round. Featuring the work of more their close relatives. Also cov-
Debra Lee Baldwin
than 50 professional garden designers and ers conservation, cultivation,
This practical primer provides everything you need to know to success- creative homeowners, with hundreds of and propagation.
fully design, plant, and nurture succulents in containers. Vivid photog- plant recommendations, this lavishly illus- hardcover, 6 1/2 x 9 1/2"
raphy brings the color and texture of these unique, sculptural plants to trated, practical guide is a design essential. 320 pp, 450 color photos
$34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2008
life and will inspire everyone to create their own succulent containers. hardcover, 7 5/8 x 9 1/4" 256 pp, 310 color photos ISBN: 978-0-88192-954-6
hardcover, 7 5/8 x 9 1/4" 256 pp, Full color throughout $29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2007 Product No. 682954
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-816-7 • Product No. 682816
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Agaves, Yuccas, and Cacti The Cactus Family The Curious World of Growing
Related Plants The Illustrated Edward F. Anderson Carnivorous Plants Carnivorous Plants
Dictionary
A Gardener’s Guide A Comprehensive Guide Dr. Barry A. Rice
Mary Irish and Gary Irish Rod Preston-Mafham and Ken This award-win- to Their Biology and
Preston-Mafham ning, monumen- Cultivation A guide to successfully culti-
Architectural and striking, tal work covers Wilhelm Barthlott, Stefan vating more than 600 species,
Focuses on globular cacti, par- Porembski, Rüdiger Seine,
these drought-tolerant plants the Cactaceae in hybrids, and cultivars.
ticularly Mammillaria, but and Inge Theisen
provide excellent contrast to an authoritative, Translated by Michael Ashdown hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11"
also some popular columnar
flowering perennial plantings. encyclopedic manner. Back in 224 pp, 324 color photos
cactus forms such as Echino- The first comprehensive listing $39.95 CAN$54.95 © 2006
All the necessary tips to print by popular demand, The
cereus. of some 630 carnivorous plant ISBN: 978-0-88192-807-5
achieve success can be found Cactus Family is the most com- Product No. 682807
paperback, 8 1/2 x 10 3/4" species.
in this helpful and expert text. 224 pp, 1109 color photos prehensive single resource on
hardcover, 6 x 9" $27.95 CAN$37.95 © 1997 the subject. Includes detailed hardcover, 7 1/2 x 10 1/4"
384 pp, 100 color photos ISBN: 978-0-88192-400-8 information on 125 224 pp, 158 color and b/w illus
18 line drawings Product No. 682400 $39.95 CAN$54.95 © 2007
genera and 1810 species. ISBN: 978-0-88192-792-4
$34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2000
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Product No. 682442 776 pp, 1008 color photos
$99.95 CAN$136.95 © 2008
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edibles | 49

“The most definitive,


interesting, and
enlightening book on
peppers ever penned.”
—Rick Browne, host of the
PBS series Barbeque America

Designing the New Kitchen Garden Recent Release


An American Potager Handbook
Jennifer R. Bartley
The Complete Chile Pepper Book
Foreword by Julie Moir Messervy a gardener’s guide to choosing, growing, preserving, and cooking
Dave DeWitt and Paul W. Bosland
Bartley shows how the features of the traditional kitchen
garden can be adapted and modernized to create a garden that is Chile peppers are hot—not only do they add culinary fire to thousands of dishes, they inspire
not only productive, but also beautiful. near-fanatic devotion in those who have succumbed to their incendiary charms. International
hardcover, 8 1/2 x 10" 222 pp, 169 color photos, 40 color drawings chile experts Dave DeWitt and Paul W. Bosland have assembled all the information that any-
$34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2006 one with an interest in chiles could ever hope to find.
ISBN: 978-0-88192-772-6 • Product No. 682772 hardcover, 8 1/2 x 8 1/2" 336 pp, Full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$34.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-920-1 • Product No. 682920

“An introduction to
productive gardening
that any novice could
Growing Citrus
benefit from reading.”
Uncommon Fruits for the essential gardener’s —Gardens Illustrated
guide
Every Garden
Lee Reich Martin Page
Illustrations by Vicki Herzfeld
Arlein Everything the backyard
gardener needs to know to
23 unusual fruits that offer successfully grow citrus trees
mouthwatering rewards to in temperate climates. Charts
anyone willing to veer off the the history of citrus, cele-
beaten path. Emphasizes the brates their unique flavors and The Family Kitchen Garden
practicalities of plant selec- diverse uses, and recommends how to plant, grow, and cook together
tion, cultivation, propagation, the best varieties. Karen Liebreich, Jutta Wagner, and Annette Wendland
and maintenance. hardcover, 7 5/8 x 9 1/4" Grab your kids and get gardening! Includes tips on how to garden with kids, a month-by-
paperback, 6 x 9" 192 pp, 121 color photos
month growing guide, and an A–Z encyclopedia of plants.
308 pp, Full-color insert, $34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2008
illustrations throughout ISBN: 978-0-88192-906-5 flexibind, 7 1/2 x 9 1/2" 224 pp, Full color throughout
$16.95 CAN$22.95 © 2008 Product No. 682906 $24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-944-7 ISBN: 978-1-60469-050-7 • Product No. 689050
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50 | edibles

“Aficionados, chefs,
“Answers
and cooking
many of the
students can learn
mysteries
a lot about these
about garlic.”
lords of the fungi
—Gastronomica
realm.”
—Library Journal

The Complete Book of Garlic Taming the Truffle


A Guide for Gardeners, Growers, and Serious Cooks The History, Lore, and Science of the Ultimate Mushroom
Ted Jordan Meredith Ian R. Hall, Gordon T. Brown,
and Alessandra Zambonelli
This comprehensive, illustrated guide includes information on natural
history, cultural usage, therapeutic benefits, and notes on how to grow and The authors describe the commercial species in detail along with their host
store your own garlic. plants, natural habitats, cultivation, maintenance, pests and diseases, and
hardcover, 8 x 10" 332 pp, 194 color photos, 10 line drawings harvesting.
$39.95 CAN$54.95 © 2008 hardcover, 6 x 9" 304 pp, 158 color photos, 10 drawings
ISBN: 978-0-88192-883-9 • Product No. 682883 $29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2007
ISBN: 978-0-88192-860-0 • Product No. 682860

“A complete guide
to growing these
delectable fruits.”
—Booklist
Food Plants of the Fruit & Nuts
World A Comprehensive Guide
to the Cultivation, Uses
An Illustrated Guide
and Health Benefits of
Ben-Erik van Wyk Over 300 Food-producing
Plants
A comprehensive survey of Susanna Lyle
the plants that provide food,
beverages, spices, and flavor- An informative and compre-
The Berry Grower’s Companion ings, with descriptions of hensive guide to growing and
Barbara L. Bowling using more than 300 species
more than 350 food and flavor
An abundance of valuable and practical information, including plant lists plants in use worldwide. This of fruit and nuts. This inspira-
and tables, cultivation tips, and color photographs for plant identification. accessible, pictorial guide is a tional book will encourage
paperback, 6 x 9" 308 pp, 40 color photos, 25 b/w illus., 17 tables concise source of information, gardeners to grow and use a
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2005 and should be on every food wider variety of edible plants.
ISBN: 978-0-88192-726-9 • Product No. 682726 enthusiast’s bookshelf. hardcover, 8 3/8 x 11 1/4"
480 pp, 300 color photos
hardcover, 6 1/2 x 9 1/2"
$59.95 CAN$81.95 © 2006
480 pp, 1000 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-88192-759-7
$39.95 CAN$54.95 © 2005
Product No. 682759
ISBN: 978-0-88192-743-6
Product No. 682743

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medicinal plants & ethnobotany | 51

“This stunning
book is a user-
friendly guide to
320 plants.”
Native American Native American —Booklist
Medicinal Plants Ethnobotany
an ethnobotanical Daniel E. Moerman
dictionary
Daniel E. Moerman An extraordinary compilation
of the plants used by North
Includes 82 categories of American native peoples for
medicinal uses, ranging from medicine, food, fiber, dye, and
analgesics, contraceptives, a host of other things. More Medicinal Plants of the World
gastrointestinal aids, hypoten- than 44,000 uses for some Ben-Erik van Wyk and Michael Wink
sive medicines, sedatives, and 4000 plants by various tribes This concise guide to the world’s best-known medicinal plants includes
toothache remedies. are documented here. descriptions of more than 300 medicinal plants and their close relatives,
paperback/hardcover, 6 x 9"
800 pp, 150 line drawings
hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11" providing information on geographical origin, historical and modern
927 pp uses, active ingredients, and pharmacological effects.
$29.95/$39.95 $79.95 CAN$109.95 © 1998
CAN$39.95/CAN$54.95 © 2009 hardcover, 6 1/2 x 9 1/2" 480 pp, 793 color photos, 137 diagrams
ISBN: 978-0-88192-453-4
ISBN: 978-0-88192-987-4 (pb) $45.00 CAN$61.95 © 2004
Product No. 682453
ISBN: 978-1-60469-035-4 (hc) ISBN: 978-0-88192-602-6 • Product No. 682602
Product No. 682987/689035

“An intriguing
book to browse,
both for the
usual suspects
and unsuspected
Plant Resins Poisonous Plants
ones.”
Chemistry, Evolution, Ecology,
Ethnobotany
A Handbook for Doctors,
Pharmacists, Toxicologists,
—Choice
Jean H. Langenheim Biologists and Veterinarians
Sec ond Edition
Resin-producing plants play a re- Dietrich Frohne and
markable role in the lives of people Hans Jürgen Pfänder
and plants. The chemistry, ecology,
This volume identifies potentially
and ethnobotany of the great diver-
dangerous plants, giving comprehen- Mind-Altering and Poisonous Plants of the World
sity of resinous plants is explained in Michael Wink and Ben-Erik van Wyk
sive information on their distribution,
this informative volume.
toxicity, symptoms of their poisoning, 1200 psychoactive and toxic plants. The definitive account of plants and
hardcover, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8"
and suggested treatment. mushrooms used for poison darts, traditional medicine, ceremonial and
612 pp, 47 color photos
30 b/w photos, 70 line drawings hardcover, 9 1/2 x 10 1/2" spiritual purposes, and recreational drugs.
$49.95 CAN$68.50 © 2003 480 pp, 224 color photos
hardcover, 6 5/8 x 9 3/8" 464 pp, 546 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-88192-574-6 131 b/w illus., 20 tables, 115 diagrams
$49.95 CAN$68.50 © 2008
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ISBN: 978-0-88192-952-2 • Product No. 682952
ISBN: 978-0-88192-750-4
Product No. 682750

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52 | medicinal plants & Ethnobotany

The North American Guide Medicinal Plants in


to Common Poisonous Folk Tradition
Plants and Mushrooms An Ethnobotany of Britain
& Ireland
Nancy J. Turner, Ph.D. and Patrick
von Aderkas, Ph.D. David E. Allen and Gabrielle Hatfield

A comprehensive handbook split into Firsthand accounts of the medicinal


four main categories: mushrooms, uses of more than 400 species as told
Recent Release wild plants, ornamental and crop by the plain folk of Britain and Ire-
land. Rich in lore and practical
The Encyclopedia of Herbs plants, and houseplants.
wisdom of the ages.
a comprehensive reference to herbs of flavor hardcover, 6 x 9"
376 pp, 258 color photos hardcover, 6 x 9"
and fragrance
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2009 432 pp, 31 color photos
Arthur O. Tucker and Thomas DeBaggio ISBN: 978-0-88192-929-4 57 b/w illus.
Product No. 682929 $29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2004
This carefully researched compendium covers every aspect of grow- ISBN: 978-0-88192-638-5
ing, identifying, harvesting, preserving, and using over 500 species of Product No. 682638
herbs. The Encyclopedia of Herbs presents the latest scientific litera-
ture and updated nomenclature, and includes important species that
were omitted from the first edition. Includes 25% new information.
hardcover, 7 x 9" 604 pp, Line drawings throughout
$39.95 CAN$54.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-994-2 • Product No. 682994

Herbs in Bloom Parsleys, Fennels, and The New Book of Salvias The Genus Lavandula
A Guide to Growing Herbs Queen Anne’s Lace Sages for Every Garden Susyn Andrews and Tim Upson
as Ornamental Plants Herbs and Ornamentals from Betsy Clebsch
Jo Ann Gardner the Umbel Family The most comprehen-
Barbara Perry Lawton The paperback edition of a beloved sive genus monograph
A guide to growing more than classic highlights 150 beautiful sage on lavenders to be pub-
700 flowering herbs. A gardener’s introduction to the species and hybrids. Plant descrip- lished. Describes 39
paperback, 6 x 9" characteristics, cultivation, and tions include information on habit, species, their hybrids,
394 pp, 117 color photos history of the umbel family. blooming cycle, companion plants, and nearly 400 cultivars.
10 line drawings
hardcover, 6 x 9" and historical usage.
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2005 hardcover, 7 3/8 x 9 5/8"
176 pp, 40 color photos, 18 b/w photos
ISBN: 978-0-88192-698-9 paperback, 6 x 9" 442 pp, 30 color plates, 126 color photos
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2007
Product No. 682698 344 pp, 149 color photos, 74 line drawings 28 maps, 41 line drawings, 12 tables
ISBN: 978-0-88192-822-8
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2008 $49.95 CAN$68.50 © 2004
Product No. 682822
ISBN: 978-0-88192-913-3 ISBN: 978-0-88192-642-2
Product No. 682913 Product No. 682642

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ferns, mosses & Shade | 53

Best
Seller

“The authors have


impeccable credentials.”
—Seattle Times

Timber Press Pocket Guide to Hostas


Diana Grenfell and
Michael Shadrack

This guide features 280 of the best hostas, each handpicked for its Recent Release
superb performance. The descriptions include botanical details to The New Encyclopedia of Hostas
aid in plant identification and selection, cultivation notes, and
Diana Grenfell and Michael Shadrack
brief comparisons to 545 related hostas.
flexibind, 5 3/4 x 8 1/4" 212 pp, Full color throughout This expanded and updated encyclopedia provides information on the newest cultivars, advice
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2007 on care in challenging environments, additional information on companion plants, and over
ISBN: 978-0-88192-847-1 • Product No. 682847
300 new photographs showing hostas growing in a wide range of different garden situations.
hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11" 450 pp, Full color throughout
$49.95 CAN$68.50 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-960-7 • Product No. 682960

“An indispensable
addition to the book
shelf of every gardener.”
—American Gardener
Ferns for American Fern Grower’s Manual
Gardens Revised and Expanded
Edition
John T. Mickel
Barbara Joe Hoshizaki and
An encyclopedic Robbin C. Moran
treatment of more Comprehensive ad-
than 400 kinds of ferns vice on cultivat- Encyclopedia of Garden Ferns
including updated source lists. ing, identifying, Sue Olsen
Chosen by the American Hor- and landscaping
ticultural Society as one of its Contains succinct descriptions for nearly 1000 temperate and tropical
with the ferns of ferns, including habitat information, cultural recommendations, and
75 Great American Garden any region. 700 species from
Books. help on identification.
124 genera are described in hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11" 444 pp, 700 color photos
paperback, 7 x 9 1/8" detail. $59.95 CAN$81.95 © 2007
384 pp, 360 color photos
hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11" ISBN: 978-0-88192-819-8 • Product No. 682819
50 b/w illus.
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2003 624 pp, 50 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-88192-598-2 165 b/w photos, 826 line drawings
Product No. 682598 $59.95 CAN$81.95 © 2001
ISBN: 978-0-88192-495-4
Product No. 682495

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54 | ferns, mosses & Shade

“Gorgeous
photos, a plant
directory, and
good sense
gardening.”
—Cleveland
Plain Dealer Timber Press Pocket Guide An Encyclopedia
to Shade Perennials of Shade
Best W. George Schmid Perennials
Seller W. George Schmid
Descriptions and illustrations of Foreword by Allan M. Armitage
more than 1000 readily available
species and cultivars for shade. More than 7000 unique and diverse
Shade Presents basic information about plants, all beautifully suited to the
Ideas and Inspiration for Shady Gardens
plant cultivation and maintenance, shade garden.
Keith Wiley hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11"
as well as lists of plants for specific
494 pp, 500 color photos
Shade is a reality in nearly every garden, and this guide will help any gar- landscape uses.
$49.95 CAN$68.50 © 2002
dener take full advantage of it. Learn how to create striking designs in flexibind, 5 3/4 x 8 1/4" ISBN: 978-0-88192-549-4
addition to the practicalities of preparing, planting, and maintaining a 252 pp, Full color throughout Product No. 682549
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2004
shade garden. ISBN: 978-0-88192-709-2
paperback, 8 1/2 x 11" 176 pp, 150 color photos Product No. 682709
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2008
ISBN: 978-0-88192-895-2 • Product No. 682895

“An authoratative
and encyclopedic
guide to the
spectacular
variety and
beauty of
woodland The Complete Shade Moss Gardening
plants.” Gardener Including Lichens, Liverworts,
and Other Miniatures
George Schenk
—Booklist George Schenk
This indispensable
reference for shade The first book to cover
gardening covers the basics the gamut of moss gar-
Gardening with Woodland Plants from the ground up, leading the gar- dening. Includes practi-
Karan Junker dener through the creation of his or cal advice on transplanting and prop-
her own shady retreat. agating mosses as groundcovers, in
Seasoned advice on the unique challenges of woodland gardening, includ- containers, and for bonsai.
ing managing light levels, choosing the right plant for the right place, and paperback, 7 x 9"
327 pp, 13 color photos hardcover, 6 x 9"
achieving well-balanced soil structure. 89 b/w photos, 12 line drawings 262 pp, 97 color photos
hardcover, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8" 384 pp, 352 color photos, $22.95 CAN$31.50 © 2002 $34.95 CAN$47.95 © 1997
$39.95 CAN$54.95 © 2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-534-0 ISBN: 978-0-88192-370-4
ISBN: 978-0-88192-821-1 • Product No. 682821 Product No. 682534 Product No. 682370

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alpine plants & rock gardening | 55

“Enthusiasts with sunny


gardens should find
endless inspiration
among the myraid
gem-like specimens that
Grey-Wilson introduces.”
Rock Garden Design Rock Garden Plants
and Construction A Color Encyclopedia —Booklist
North American Rock Garden Baldassare Mineo
Society
Edited by Jane McGary The authoritative guide to
both rare and unusual, and
A wonderful guidebook for proven, readily available rock
those considering starting a garden plants. Recent Release
rock garden. A comprehensive hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11" The Rock Garden Plant Primer
treatment on design, styles, 284 pp, 1350 color photos easy, small plants for containers, patios, and the open garden
materials, and planting, with $59.95 CAN$81.95 © 1999
Christopher Grey-Wilson
profiles of a dozen public rock ISBN: 978-0-88192-432-9
Product No. 682432 It’s not necessary to have a traditional rock garden to enjoy rock garden plants. These col-
gardens in the United States
and Canada. orful, unique plants are perfect for pots, containers, windowsills, and raised beds. World-
hardcover, 6 x 9" renowned botanist Christopher Grey-Wilson recommends a selection of reliable plants
316 pp, 104 color photos that are cold-hardy and adaptable to many garden situations.
12 line drawings hardcover, 7 5/8 x 9 1/4" 232 pp, Full color throughout
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2003 $29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-583-8 ISBN: 978-0-88192-928-7 • Product No. 682928
Product No. 682583

Alpine Plants of Alpine Plants of Alpine Plants Saxifrages Primula


North America Europe ecology for gardeners A Definitive Guide to the revised edition
John E. G. Good and David 2000 Species, Hybrids & John Richards
An Encyclopedia of A Gardener’s Guide
Cultivars
Mountain Flowers from Jim Jermyn Millward Illustrations by Brigid Edwards
the Rockies Malcolm McGregor
With photographs by
to Alaska
Wilhelm and Dieter Schacht A concise introduction to the The definitive work on this
Graham Nicholls science behind the success of This fascinating story of an
large and popular genus. In-
Rick Lupp, Consulting Editor Successfully replicate alpine alpine plants, this fascinating enthusiast’s search for saxi-
cludes a major taxonomic revi-
Foreword by Bobby Ward plants’ native conditions in and accessible book will frages in the wild will inspire
sion in addition to the history
the Pyrenees, Alps, Balkans, enable gardeners to tailor their everyone to grow more saxi-
This guide provides informa- of exploration, cultivation,
and Carpathians, and capture cultivation practices in low- frages in their garden. In-
tion on the identification, propagation, and hybridiza-
the charms of these unique land gardens to mimic the cludes information on their
propagation, and cultivation tion techniques.
mountain plants. alpine habitat as closely as botany, history, cultivation,
of North America’s hardcover, 8 1/4 x 11"
hardcover, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8" possible. and propagation. 386 pp, 84 color photos
beautiful native alpines.
320 pp, 220 color photos hardcover, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8" 111 color illus., 10 b/w photos
hardcover, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8" hardcover, 7 1/4 x 9 3/4"
$39.95 CAN$54.95 © 2005 384 pp, 339 color photos 15 line drawings
344 pp, 495 color photos 192 pp, 150 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-88192-734-4 $49.95 CAN$68.50 © 2008 $39.95 CAN$54.95 © 2003
$49.95 CAN$68.50 © 2002 $34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2007
Product No. 682734 ISBN: 978-0-88192-880-8 ISBN-13: 978-0-88192-580-7
ISBN: 978-0-88192-548-7 ISBN: 978-0-88192-811-2
Product No. 682880 Product No. 682580
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56 | orchids

“The most
definitive and
well-researched
textbook about
orchids in more
than 40 years.”
—Washington Post
Recent Release The Classic Cattleyas Moth Orchids
Bloom-Again A. A. Chadwick The Complete Guide to
Phalaenopsis
Orchids and Arthur E. Chadwick
Steven A. Frowine
tips and tricks for This helpful and informative
The New Encyclopedia of Orchids
glorious displays year manual describes each classic More than merely beautiful
1500 Species in Cultivation
after year Cattleya species in detail and and popular, phalaenopsis are
Isobyl la Croix
Foreword by Phillip Cribb judywhite includes all that is required to also among the easiest orchids
appreciate and grow cattleyas to grow. This complete guide
The ultimate reference that no orchid lover can afford to be Bloom-Again Orchids high-
successfully. includes tips on how to buy,
without. Detailed profiles of 1500 orchid species include cul- lights the easiest, most fuss-
hardcover, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8" notes on how to grow, and
tivation advice and information about native habitat. Sump- free varieties and includes in-
252 pp, 162 color photos lavish color photography.
tuously illustrated with more than 1000 color photos. valuable tips on where to buy 10 line drawings hardcover, 8 1/2 x 10"
hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11" 524 pp, 1015 color photos
orchids and how to keep them $49.95 CAN$68.50 © 2006 204 pp, 328 color photos
$59.95 CAN$81.95 © 2008 in bloom. ISBN: 978-0-88192-764-1 16 b/w drawings
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132 pp, Full color throughout ISBN: 978-0-88192-870-9
$14.95 CAN$19.95 © 2009 Product No. 682870
ISBN: 978-1-60569-055-2
Product No. 689055

Tropical Slipper Angraecoid Orchids Huntleyas and Related Dendrobium and The Dendrobiums
Orchids Species from the African Orchids Its Relatives Howard P. Wood
Region
Paphiopedilum and Patricia A. Harding Bill Lavarack, Wayne Harris,
Phragmipedium Species Joyce Stewart, Johan and Geoff Stocker The ultimate resource on Den-
and Hybrids Hermans, and Bob Campbell The only book devoted to the Foreword by Phillip Cribb drobium. Includes descriptions
Harold Koopowitz Huntleya alliance. The author of 650 species in the genus in-
Brings together descriptions A well-rounded look at this
This account brims with tips of all 690 species in this in- identifies the characteristics cluding habits and flowering
that set the species apart and popular orchid species, in- biology, a bibliography with
and advice for growing and triguing group of orchids and cluding information on propa-
flowering tropical slipper or- will be the essential reference provides information that en- more than 900 entries, and
ables orchid growers every- gation, ecology, conservation, more than 600 photos of these
chids while providing compre- for all angraecoid orchid and distribution and origin.
hensive information on their enthusiasts for years to come. where to identify and grow beloved orchids.
Huntleyas. paperback, 8 x 11" hardcover, 8 1/4 x 11 3/4"
history, biology, ecology, con- hardcover, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8" 288 pp, 450 color photos
432 pp, 290 color photos hardcover,7 3/8x 10 3/8" 996 pp, 655 color photos
servation, and hybridization. 10 color maps, 12 tables 67 diagrams
59 drawings 260 pp, 150 color photos $34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2006
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$69.95 CAN$96.00 © 2006 ISBN: 978-0-88192-805-1
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orchids | 57

Masdevallias Orchid Species Culture Growing Hardy The Illustrated


Gems of the Orchid World Oncidium/Odontoglossum Orchids Encyclopedia
Mary E. Gerritsen and Alliance
John Tullock of Orchids
Ron Parsons Margaret L. Baker
and Charles O. Baker Edited by Alec Pridgeon
Though they have a
For the indoor plant hobbyist, inter- reputation for being challenging to This handsome reference is sure to
mediate orchid grower, or anyone Meticulously researched recommen-
dations for approximately 1300 spe- cultivate, in truth, a surprising num- delight gardeners with a casual inter-
simply “mad about masdevallias,” ber of terrestrial orchids are hardy. est in orchids as well as the commit-
this is a first complete reference to cies within the Oncidium/Odontoglos-
sum group, making it an essential The author details techniques of cul- ted enthusiast and professional. En-
these collectible orchids. An inspiring tivation and propagation, and also compassing a wide spectrum of
tribute to their beauty and a practical addition to the library of every seri-
ous orchidist. covers conservation and includes lists orchid genera, over 1100 species and
guide to their care, the book offers de- of orchid suppliers. hybrids commonly in cultivation are
tailed advice on all aspects of culture. hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11"
992 pp hardcover, 6 x 9" detailed.
hardcover,7 1/2x 10" 244 pp, 99 color illus.
$79.95 CAN$109.95 © 2006 paperback, 9 1/4 x 12 1/4"
300 pp, 149 color photos, 32 line drawings $29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2005
ISBN: 978-0-88192-775-7 304 pp, 1000 color photos
$45.00 CAN$61.95 © 2005 ISBN: 978-0-88192-715-3
Product No. 682775 20 line drawings
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Product No. 682737
ISBN: 978-0-88192-801-3
Product No. 682801

Fragrant Orchids Miniature Orchids Orchid Grower’s Orchids of Europe, Wild Orchids
A Guide to Selecting, Steven A. Frowine Companion North Africa and the Across North
Growing, and Enjoying
Steven Frowine profiles some
Cultivation, Propagation, Middle East America
Steven A. Frowine and Varieties
Pierre Delforge A Botanical
300 miniature orchids and David P. Banks Travelogue
With some 20,000 fragrant or- lists another 200 by key char- This comprehensive guide Philip E. Keenan
chids available today, orchid acteristics, with information An accessible guide that ex- covers the identification, biol-
lovers of all levels will delight on the plant’s geographic or plains the natural habitat of This chatty account of the au-
ogy, and conservation of more
in this unique approach to se- hybrid origin; details about some 400 orchid species, hy- thor’s field trips in Canada
than 520 species of orchid
lecting new and exciting vari- the flowers, bloom season, brids, and variants, with the and the U.S. is intended both
found in Europe, North Africa,
eties of fragrant orchids. Pro- mature size and habit; ease of information leading directly to document many of our na-
and the Middle East. A valu-
files of more than 100 orchids culture; light and temperature into practical propagation and tive species and to inspire oth-
able reference for orchid spe-
and 355 varieties include culti- requirements; recommended cultivation guidance. ers to respectfully explore the
cialists, botanists, and inter-
vation information and de- potting medium; history; and hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11" wealth of orchids and other
ested tourists.
tailed notes on each fragrance. tips for ensuring success. 224 pp, 483 color photos fascinating wildlife.
$39.95 © 2004 hardcover, 5 x 9 1/2"
hardcover, 6 x 9" 592 pp, 1070 color photos paperback, 6 x 9"
hardcover, 7 5/8 x 9 1/4" ISBN: 978-0-88192-711-5
200 pp, 125 color photos $39.95 © 2006 321 pp, 170 color photos
264 pp, 348 color photos Product No. 682711
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2005 ISBN: 978-0-88192-754-2 $27.95 CAN$37.95 © 2005
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2007 [not available through Timber Press in
ISBN: 978-0-88192-739-9 Product No. 682754 ISBN: 978-0-88192-720-7
ISBN: 978-0-88192-836-5 Canada]
Product No. 682739 [not available through Timber Press in Product No. 682720
Product No. 682836
Canada]

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58 | bulbs

Timber Press Pocket Buried Treasures Bulbs in Containers Bulbs for The Color
Guide to Bulbs Finding and Growing the Rod Leeds Garden Habitats Encyclopedia
World’s Choicest Bulbs
John E. Bryan
Janis Rukšans
Photographs by Judy Glattstein of Cape Bulbs
Marie O’Hara
John C. Manning,
An accessible and comprehen- All gardeners have experi- Peter Goldblatt, and
For decades, Rukšans has Readers will learn about the
sive reference to more than enced the frustration of hav- Dee Snijman
been scouring remote and ease and practicality of grow-
700 bulb species, cultivars, ing a bulb flower in the first
dangerous regions of Europe ing bulbs in containers, bring- This first complete
and hybrids, including basic year after planting, but poorly
and Asia to bring back the bo- ing year-round color and inter- account of all the bulbous
information on cultivation, or never again thereafter. Judy
tanical treasures that he de- est to the home. The book plants of the Cape Floral
maintenance, and pests and Glattstein shows how a more
scribes in this book. He offers details everything from Region is an essential aid to
diseases, as well as lists of naturalistic style of planting
an abundance of trustworthy storage during the dormant the identification of all species
bulbs for specific landscape can produce healthy and
information about the care period to optimizing the final presently in cultivation.
uses. thriving populations of bulbs.
and cultivation flowering display. hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11"
flexibind, 5 3/4 x 8 1/4" hardcover, 6 x 9"
228 pp, Full color throughout of bulbs. hardcover, 6 x 9" 296 pp, 125 color photos 486 pp, 611 color photos
$19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2005 hardcover, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8" 224 pp, 99 color photos $29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2005 $59.95 CAN$81.95 © 2002
ISBN: 978-0-88192-725-2 460 pp, 304 color photos $29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2005 ISBN: 978-0-88192-693-4 ISBN: 978-0-88192-547-0
Product No. 682725 $39.95 CAN$54.95 © 2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-735-1 Product No. 682693 Product No. 682547
ISBN: 978-0-88192-818-1 Product No. 682735
Product No. 682818

Gardening with Tulips Irises The Iris Family Calochortus Hippeastrum


Tulips Species and Hybrids A Gardener’s natural history and Mariposa Lilies & Their The Gardener’s
for the Gardener Encyclopedia classification Relatives Amaryllis
Michael King
Richard Wilford Claire Austin Peter Goldblatt and Mary E. Gerritsen and Veronica M. Read
Twenty groups of tulips Foreword by John C. Manning Ron Parsons
Excellent cultivation ad- James W. Waddick The hybrids of Hippeast-
are described in detail, Detailed information
vice and comprehensive A definitive account of rum, also known as ama-
and a separate chapter The most comprehensive about every major group
descriptions of garden- the natural history and ryllis, have long been
deals exclusively with and up-to-date encyclo- and species of these gems
worthy species tulips, classification of the Iris popular indoor plants.
color varieties, making it pedia of irises available, of the American West.
which, unlike garden hy- family, written by the Veronica Read describes
easy for readers to choose this collection illustrates
brids, will flower each world’s foremost expert hardcover, 6 x 9" the astonishing range of
tulips to create a wide the diversity of this beau- 232 pp, 175 color photos
year without being on irises. hybrids now available
palette of color combina- tiful genus and includes $29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2007
replaced and will even hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11" and explains how to get
tions in their garden. irises with striking foli- 336 pp, 233 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-88192-844-0
colonize under the right Product No. 682844 the best results from
Complete growing and age, reblooming capabil- 62 line drawings
conditions. these rewarding plants.
maintenance instruc- ity, and scents. It features $79.95 CAN$109.95 © 2008
hardcover, 6 x 9" ISBN: 978-0-88192-897-6 hardcover, 7 x 9”
tions are also provided. both historic and modern
212 pp, 103 color photos Product No. 682897 344 pp, 120 color photos
hardcover, 9 x 11" $34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2006 irises. $34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2004
192 pp, 480 color photos ISBN: 978-0-88192-763-4 ISBN: 978-0-88192-639-2
hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11"
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2005 Product No. 682763 Product No. 682639
340 pp, 1155 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-88192-744-3
$49.95 CAN$68.50 © 2005
Product No. 682744
ISBN: 978-0-88192-730-6
Product No. 682730

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natural history | 59

“The author’s
passion for the
subject shines
through.”
Figs, Dates, Laurel, A Natural History of —Booklist
and Myrrh Conifers
Plants of the Bible and Aljos Farjon
the Quran
Lytton John Musselman This compelling narrative starts with
Foreword by Garrison Keillor basics of what conifers are and con-
tinues to explore their evolution,
This book celebrates the plants of the
taxonomy, ecology, distribution,
Old Testament, New Testament, and A Short History of the Honey Bee
usage, and issues of conservation.
Quran. This delightful ecumenical humans, flowers, and bees in the eternal chase for honey
hardcover, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8"
botany offers the welcome tonic of a 304 pp, 157 color photos, 39 line drawings Images by Ilona
deep look into an enduring, shared $34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2008 Text by E. Readicker-Henderson
natural heritage. ISBN: 978-0-88192-869-3
Product No. 682869 Combining gorgeous photography and engaging text, A Short History of the
hardcover, 5 1/2 x 8"
336 pp, 243 color photos Honey Bee follows the journey of bees from flower to hive to honey.
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2007 hardcover, 5 1/2 x 8" 164 pp, Full color throughout
ISBN: 978-0-88192-855-6 $19.95 CAN$26.95 © 2009
Product No. 682855 ISBN: 978-0-88192-942-3 • Product No. 682942

“Sumner is an
accomplished
storyteller who
weaves together
fascinating
information
about plants
In Praise of Plants The Nature of Plants and people.”
Francis Hallé Habitats, Challenges,
and Adaptations
Translated and with a foreword by
David Lee John Dawson and Rob Lucas
—American Gardener
Illustrations by Francis Hallé
There has always been interest
Through a rich array of examples this in how animals live their lives.
book offers a new look at botany by But there are many remark-
examining the qualities that make able stories about plants that American Household Botany
plants unique, and so different from deserve to be told. This book A History of Useful Plants, 1620–1900
animals. tells the fascinating story of Judith Sumner
hardcover, 6 x 9" how plants adapt to their habi-
334 pp, 99 line drawings In this fascinating book, a celebrated author rescues from the pages of his-
tats in a way that will be clear
$24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2002 tory the practical experience and botanical wisdom of generations of
to any reader.
ISBN: 978-0-88192-550-0 Americans.
Product No. 682550 hardcover, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8"
314 pp, 205 color photos hardcover, 6 x 9"396 pp, 40 color photos, 113 line drawings
$39.95 CAN$54.95 © 2005 $27.95 CAN$37.95 © 2004
ISBN: 978-0-88192-675-0 ISBN: 978-0-88192-652-1 • Product No. 682652
Product No. 682675

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60 | native plants

“An essential
reference.”
—Library Journal
Native Plants Native Trees of
of the Northeast the Southeast
A Guide for Gardening An identification guide
& Conservation L. Katherine Kirkman, Claud L.
Donald J. Leopold Brown, and Donald J. Leopold

With entries for Silver Award This practical and compact field
of Achievement
nearly 700 species in Writing guide details the identification of the
of native trees, Garden Writers more than 225 trees native to the
Association
shrubs, vines, ferns, Southeast. For confident identifica-
Armitage’s Native Plants for North American Gardens grasses, and wildflowers from the tion, photographs illustrate key fea-
Allan M. Armitage northeastern quarter of the U.S. and tures, with descriptions, range maps,
AHS eastern Canada, its comprehensive and keys to plants.
This volume is perfect for anyone interested in learning about Teaching
Award horticultural coverage is unsurpassed flexibind, 6 x 9"
and gardening with North American native plants. Armitage
Allan Armitage by any other single volume. 372 pp, 591 color photos
describes more than 630 species and cultivars of perennials, 16 line drawings, 226 maps
hardcover, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8"
biennials, and annuals. $34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2007
308 pp, 500 color photos
hardcover, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8" 452 pp, 443 color photos $39.95 CAN$54.95 © 2005 ISBN: 978-0-88192-828-0
$49.95 CAN$68.50 © 2006 ISBN: 978-0-88192-673-6 Product No. 682828
ISBN: 978-0-88192-760-3 • Product No. 682760 Product No. 682673

Plants of Western Encyclopedia of Northwest


Oregon, Washington Native Plants for Gardens
& British Columbia and Landscapes
Eugene N. Kozloff Kathleen A. Robson, Alice Richter,
and Marianne Filbert
A great resource for botanists, native
plant enthusiasts, ecologists, conser- Detailed descriptions of plants native
vationists, and amateur naturalists to the Pacific Northwest. Includes
who desire a comprehensive, up-to- hardiness zones, lowering and fruit-
Native Trees for North American Landscapes date, and well-illustrated book for the ripening times, and recommenda-
Guy Sternberg identification of plants of the Pacific tions for cultivation and siting.
With Jim Wilson Northwest. hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11"
hardcover, 7 3/8
x 10 3/8" 532 pp, 535 color photos, 62 line drawings
The most authoritative guide to native trees for gardeners, with more than $49.95 CAN$68.50 © 2008
608 pp, 714 color photos, 352 b/w illus.
650 species and varieties and 500 cultivars included. Explains how to choose $65.00 CAN$87.50 © 2005 ISBN: 978-0-88192-863-1
trees appropriate to a particular area, and includes lists of seasonal features. ISBN: 978-0-88192-724-5 Product No. 682863
hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11" 552 pp, 513 color photos, 96 line drawings Product No. 682724
$59.95 CAN$81.95 © 2004
ISBN: 978-0-88192-607-1 • Product No. 682607

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regional gardening | 61

“Full of the kind


of seasoned,
practical
information
that comes
from two
Perennials for Midwestern High and Dry
Gardens Gardening with Cold-Hardy
Dryland Plants
decades of
Proven Plants for the
Heartland Robert Nold firsthand
Anthony W. Kahtz Foreword by Panayoti Kelaidis

This guide to hardy, drought-tolerant


experience.”
This trustworthy guide will make gar-
dening in the heartland both easy and plants is a must-have for any gardener —Sunset
fun. Provides concise and experience- facing the daunting challenge of Perennials for the Southwest
tested information on more than 400 scorching summers and brutally cold Plants That Flourish in Arid Gardens
popular perennials that excel in the winters. Includes the best picks Mary Irish
Midwest’s challenging climate. among perennials, annuals, bulbs,
and much more. This is the definitive guide for gardeners in arid climates who want to
hardcover, 7 x 9"
228 pp, 144 color photos hardcover, 7 x 9" create thriving, colorful gardens while keeping artificial irrigation to a
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2008 420 pp, 211 color photos minimum. Includes inspired, practical information on how to design
ISBN: 978-0-88192-893-8 10 watercolor illus. dry-climate gardens and an A–Z guide.
Product No. 682893 $34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2008
hardcover, 7 x 9" 312 pp, 178 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-88192-872-3
$29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2006
Product No. 682872
ISBN: 978-0-88192-761-0 • Product No. 682761

“Authoritatively
written and
beautifully
illustrated.”
Garden Bulbs for the South Timber Press Guide to —Choice
Second edition Gardening in the Pacific
Scott Ogden Northwest
Carol W. Hall and Norman E. Hall
In a series of chapters that take us
through the gardening year, Ogden Covers everything gardeners need to
profiles hundreds of choice bulbs know to garden successfully in the Trees and Shrubs for the Southwest
that thrive in the hot, humid sum- northwest. Features extensive plant woody plants for arid gardens
mers and mild winters of the South. profiles and a calendar that describes Mary Irish
This new edition has been what’s in bloom and what garden
updated and significantly tasks are best done in any given Profiles more than 200 attractive, easy-to-grow, climate-appropriate
expanded. month. trees and shrubs for gardeners in the southwestern United States.
hardcover, 6 x 9" paperback, 8 1/2 x 11" Covers Arizona, New Mexico, central and western Texas, Utah,
396 pp, 278 color photos 352 pp, 441 color photos Nevada, and southern California.
$34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2007 $29.95 CAN$39.95 © 2008 hardcover, 7 x 9" 232 pp, 208 color photos
ISBN: 978-0-88192-813-6 ISBN: 978-0-88192-879-2 $34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2008
Product No. 682813 Product No. 682879 ISBN: 978-0-88192-905-8 • Product No. 682905

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62 | plant exploration

“Savor reading
about vast realms
of uncommon
plants, the unique
people who set
out to find them,
and the magical
places where Gardens in China The Garden Plants of China
plants do, in fact, Peter Valder Peter Valder

reign supreme.” Describes more than 200


gardens in China from
A guide to the flora of
China, including many
—Booklist temple courtyards, an- cultivated plants that are
cient burial grounds, well-known in the West-
The Plant Hunter’s Garden
The New Explorers and Their Discoveries
and imperial tombs to public parks, ern world, such as peonies, camellias,
Bobby J. Ward botanical gardens, and arboreta. gardenias, azaleas, wisteria, and
Foreword by Brian Mathew hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11 1/4" forsythia.
400 pp, 500 color photos hardcover, 8 5/8 x 11 3/8"
Some of today’s most prolific plant hunters choose the best treasures from $59.95 CAN$81.95 © 2002 400 pp, 420 color photos & illus.
their years of collecting. While providing interesting details on the lives ISBN: 978-0-88192-555-5 15 b/w illus.
Product No. 682555 $49.95 CAN$68.50 © 1999
and careers of these explorers, the real focus of the book is on the plants
ISBN: 978-0-88192-470-1
themselves. Product No. 682470
hardcover, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8" 340 pp, 257 color photos
$39.95 CAN$54.95 © 2004
ISBN: 978-0-88192-696-5 • Product No. 682696

“An authoritative,
groundbreaking
work.”
—Library Journal

Garden Plants of Japan The Himalayan Garden


Ran Levy-Yamamori Growing Plants from the Roof
and Gerard Taaffe of the World
Foreword by E. Charles Nelson Jim Jermyn

Sumptuously illustrated, Jermyn offers a horticultural hand-


The Jade Garden this book explores the entire palette book that allows lowland gardeners
New & Notable Plants from Asia of garden plants to successfully grow the beautiful
Peter Wharton, Brent Hine, and Douglas Justice cultivated in Japan, carefully noting plants that are native to the high Hi-
In association with the University of British Columbia Botanical Garden & Cen- which are native and which have been malayan Mountains.
tre for Plant Research introduced. hardcover, 6 x 9"
320 pp, 128 color photos
The Jade Garden is an authoritative guide to 130 of the most fascinating yet hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11"
$34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2001
440 pp, 783 color photos
little-known ornamental trees, shrubs, and perennials from “the green $59.95 CAN$81.95 © 2004
ISBN: 978-0-88192-500-5
mantle” of Asia. Product No. 682500
ISBN: 978-0-88192-650-7
hardcover, 7 x 9" 300 pp, 218 color photos Product No. 682650
$34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2005
ISBN: 978-0-88192-705-4 • Product No. 682705

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plant exploration | 63

“[Hinkley] traps us with his eloquent, spot-on descriptions as cleverly


as a Dutchman’s pipe bloom lures, traps, then releases its pollinators.”
—Houston Chronicle

“A must-have for
“An incredible anyone who wants
horticultural to know more about
masterpiece.” unusual garden
—Martha Stewart plants.”
—Fine Gardening

The Explorer’s Garden The Explorer’s Garden


shrubs and vines from the four corners of the world rare and unusual perennials
Daniel J. Hinkley Daniel J. Hinkley
Photographs by Lynne Harrison Photographs by Lynne Harrison
Foreword by Roy Lancaster
Hinkley presents the most outstanding shrubs and vines from his plant-
collecting trips around the globe. Explorers will encounter both little- This paperback edition includes a new preface by the author and a completely
known exotics and more familiar, but just as garden-worthy, plants. updated list of sources for plant material.
hardcover, 8 1/2 x 10" 352 pp, Full color throughout paperback, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8" 380 pp, Full color throughout
$39.95 CAN$54.95 © 2009 $24.95 CAN$33.95 © 2009
ISBN: 978-0-88192-918-8 • Product No. 682918 ISBN: 978-0-88192-917-1 • Product No. 682917

Design in the Plant Collector’s Garden Plant Exploration for Plants from the Edge of the World
From Chaos to Beaut y Longwood Gardens New Explorations in the Far East
Roger Turner Tomasz Aniśko Mark Flanagan and Tony Kirkham
Foreword by Christopher Brickell with a foreword by Roy Lancaster
How to indulge a passion for collecting plants with-
out forfeiting the joys of a coherent, well-designed Longwood Gardens enjoys a long tradition of At the heart of this descriptive and entertaining trav-
garden. plant exploration, and 50 such plant-hunting ex- elogue is the authors’ personal tale of exciting rare
hardcover, 7 3/4 x 9" peditions to the far corners of the world are the plant discoveries in the Far East.
224 pp, 246 color photos subject of this fascinating book. hardcover, 7 x 9" 312 pp, 144 color photos
$34.95 CAN$47.95 © 2005 hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11" $39.95 CAN$54.95 © 2005
ISBN: 978-0-88192-690-3 334 pp, 479 color photos ISBN: 978-0-88192-676-7 • Product No. 682676
Product No. 682690 22 b/w photos, 25 maps
$69.95 CAN$96.00 © 2006
ISBN: 978-0-88192-738-2
Product No. 682738

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64 | arts & crafts

The Art of Botanical Drawing and Painting


The Art of Garden Macro Photography for Drawing Plants
Photography Gardeners and Nature Lovers an introductory guide Christina Brodie
Ian Adams the essential guide to digital Agathe Ravet-Haevermans
techniques Clear step-by-step instruc-
Celebrated photographer Ian Adams pro- Alan L. Detrick An introductory guide to the tions show how to render with
vides detailed instruction in every aspect techniques of botanical paint- botanical accuracy a wide
of the art and craft of garden photogra- “A wonderful guide for photographers looking ing and drawing. Beginning range of plants and plant
phy, from selecting the right equipment to to take it to the next level.” —English Garden artists and gardeners looking parts. Detailed examples illus-
starting a garden photography business. Capture the beauty of flowers, insects, and to capture the beauty of the trate techniques including
paperback, 8 1/2 x 11" 200 pp, 147 color photos butterflies. All the information aspiring plants in their gardens will pencil, ink, watercolor,
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A Master Guide to the A Pacific Northwest Dyes from American Drawing Birds How to Draw Plants
Art of Floral Design Nature Sketchbook Native Plants John Busby The Techniques of
Botanical Illustration
Alisa A. de Jong-Stout with Jude Siegel A Practical Guide
Hannah Sigur Lynne Richards and
Examples and illustrations Keith West
Photographs by Douglas This guide to painting at the Ronald J. Tyrl feature over three dozen dif-
Sandberg ferent artists and their varied The best introductory book
coast, by rivers, and in valleys,
Illustrations by Boris Jeanrenaud An exhaustive reference to the sketching styles. Detailed on the subject examines plant
forests, deserts, and moun-
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Now in paperback, this beauti- tains offers practical tips for
obtained from 158 commonly tions are helpful for both they present to illustrators,
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encountered North American beginning and experienced and discusses the artist’s tools
an ancient art. Exquisite visuals color to create pages rich in
plant species. Includes discus- artists. and how to use them.
join with a unique, comprehen- personal meaning. With more
than 140 Pacific Northwest sions of color theory, dye paperback, 8 1/4 x 10"
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“Foster makes each entry come alive with historical


background and keenly drawn observations.”
—Booklist

Portland Forest Hikes


Twenty Close-In Wilderness
Walks
James D. Thayer

With this pocket-sized guide, walkers


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grade, and length as well as easy-to- Neighborhoods
Laura O. Foster
read topographical maps. Laura O. Foster
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The Lewis and Clark The Northwest Nature The Willamette River Field Oregon’s Dry Side
Columbia River Water Trail Guide Guide Exploring East of the Cascade
Crest
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and Other Explorers month by month in oregon, Alan D. St. John
Keith G. Hay washington, and british A comprehensive guide to the his-
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James Luther Davis lively, in-depth guide leads to moun-
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imagine what this awesome, untamed Month-by-month insider tips, de- downstream from its tributaries
derosa pines, painted desert colors,
terrain may have looked like to Lewis tailed directions, maps, and experi- through its vast valleys and
wild creatures and wildflowers, re-
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Recent Release Wildflowers of the Pacific Insects of the Pacific Northwest


Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest Peter Haggard and Judy Haggard
Northwest Mark Turner and Phyllis Gustafson
With coverage from southwestern British Columbia
Steve Trudell and Joe Ammirati
This comprehensive field guide will to northern California, this invaluable field guide
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Totem Poles of the Northwest Coast


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Edward Malin
Edward Malin
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Timberline Lodge Oregon 1859 In Search of Ancient Oregon


the history, art, and craft of an A Snapshot in Time A Geological and Natural History
american icon Janice Marschner Ellen Morris Bishop
Sara Baker Munro
An inspiring, close-up portrait of the moment of The exciting story of how Oregon’s diverse land-
Timberline Lodge is one of the few twentieth- statehood, this essential guide will light the way back scapes evolved is seen through 220 fine-art quality
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“Nichols’ wit and silly adventures add a bit of welcome hilarity


to the all-too-serious literature of gardening.” —The New York Times

“What a great way


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Rhapsody in Green Recent Release
The garden wit and wisdom of beverley nichols Cats’ A. B. C.
Edited by Roy Dicks Beverley Nichols
These carefully selected passages offer a tantalizing taste of Nichols’s humor, Are you concerned that your friends would melt away if they overheard your
passion, and poetry. Designed for easy browsing and casual reference, it is orga- conversations with your kitties? If so, Beverley Nichols is a kindred spirit with
nized by subject, including favorite plants, despised plants, and the secrets to delightfully witty and utterly absorbing tales about his three cats, Four, Five, and
successful gardening. Oscar.
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Down the Kitchen Sink The Merry Hall The Allways


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Foreword by Roy Dicks Beverley Nichols Beverley Nichols
The Timber Press edition of Down the No more delightful garden- These hilarious memoirs
Kitchen Sink, in which Nichols de- related books have ever are brimming with unfor-
scribes his forays into the realm of been written than Beverley gettable characters and
cooking, deservedly takes its place Nichols’ accounts of the the author’s keen under-
among his classics on gardens, homes, rescue and renovation of standing of the important
cats, and other friends. Merry Hall, a rundown role gardens play in the
hardcover, 5 1/2 x 8" 212 pp, 19 line drawings Georgian mansion. modern world.
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400 Trees and Shrubs for Small Spaces, Miller 37 Collector’s Garden, Druse 30 Figs, Dates, Laurel, and Myrrh, Musselman 59
50 High-Impact, Low-Care Garden Plants, Color Atlas of Pests of Ornamental Trees, Shrubs and Food Plants of the World, van Wyk 50
DiSabato-Aust 28 Flowers, Alford 35 Fragrant Orchids, Frowine 57
Agaves, Yuccas, and Related Plants, Irish, Irish 48 Color Encyclopedia of Cape Bulbs, Manning, Goldblatt, Fruit & Nuts, Lyle 50
Alpine Plants, Good, Millward 55 Snijman 58
Garden Bulbs for the South, Ogden 61
Alpine Plants of Europe, Jermyn 55 Complete Book of Garlic, Meredith 50
Garden Gallery, Little, Lewis 29
Alpine Plants of North America, Nicholls 55 Complete Chile Pepper Book, DeWitt, Bosland 49
Garden Maker’s Manual, Alexander, Sneesby 28
American Azaleas, Towe 38 Complete Shade Gardener, Schenk 54
Garden Plants of China, Valder 62
American Household Botany, Sumner 59 Conifers for Gardens, Bitner 36
Garden Plants of Japan, Levy-Yamamori, Taaffe 62
American Meadow Garden, Greenlee, Holt 26 Conifers of the World, Eckenwalder 36
Garden Succulents Primer, Smith, van Wyk 48
American Woodland Garden, Darke 27 Consider the Leaf, Glattstein 27
Garden to Vase, Beutler 35
Angraecoid Orchids, Stewart, Hermans, Campbell 56 Contemplation Upon Flowers, Ward 43
Garden Your Way to Health and Fitness, Guinness,
Armitage’s Garden Annuals, Armitage 41 Cotoneasters, Fryer, Hylmö; 38 Knox 33
Armitage’s Garden Perennials, Armitage 41 Creative Garden Lighting, Osborne 30 Gardener’s Peony, Page 45
Armitage’s Manual of Annuals, Biennials, and Half- Creative Propagation, Thompson 34 Gardener’s Color Palette, Fischer 4
Hardy Perennials, Armitage 41 Curious World of Carnivorous Plants, Barthlott, Gardening at the Shore, Tenenbaum 29
Armitage’s Native Plants for North American Gardens, Porembski, Seine, Theisen 48
Gardening for a Lifetime, Eddison 8
Armitage 41, 60 Daphnes, White 38
Gardening on Pavement, Tables, and Hard Surfaces,
Armitage’s Vines and Climbers, Armitage 10 Daylily, Peat, Petit 42 Schenk 34
Aroids, Bown 42 Delphiniums, Bassett, Bassett 43 Gardening with Clematis, Beutler 40
Art of Botanical Drawing, Ravet-Haevermans 64 Dendrobium and Its Relatives, Lavarack, Harris, Stocker 56 Gardening with Grasses, King, Oudolf 31
Art of Garden Photography, Adams 64 Dendrobiums, Wood 56 Gardening with Hardy Geraniums, Bendtsen 43
Arts and Crafts Movement in the Pacific Northwest, Design in the Plant Collector’s Garden, Turner 63 Gardening with Hardy Heathers, Small, Wulff 42
Kreisman, Mason 67 Designing and Renovating Larger Gardens, Coltart 26 Gardening with Shape, Line and Texture, Hawthorne 30
Authentic Garden, Sawyers 26 Designing the New Kitchen Garden, Bartley 49 Gardening with Tulips, King 58
Bamboo for Gardens, Meredith 40 Designing with Plants, Oudolf, Kingsbury 31 Gardening with Woodland Plants, Junker 54
Bees, Wasps, and Ants, Grissell 17 Designing with Succulents, Baldwin 48 Gardens by Design, Kingsbury 31
Begonias, Tebbitt 42 Dirr’s Hardy Trees and Shrubs, Dirr 36 Gardens in China, Valder 62
Berry Grower’s Companion, Bowling 50 Dirr’s Trees and Shrubs for Warm Climates, Dirr 36 Genus Arisaema, Gusman, Gusman 45
Big Gardens in Small Spaces, Cox 30 Dogwoods, Cappiello, Shadow 37 Genus Lavandula, Upson, Andrews 52
Black Plants, Bonine 44 Down the Garden Path, Nichols 68 Genus Paeonia, Halda, Waddick 45
Bleeding Hearts, Corydalis, and Their Relatives, Down the Kitchen Sink, Nichols 68 Gossler Guide to the Best Hardy Shrubs, Gossler,
Tebbitt, Lidén, Zetterlund 42
Down to Earth with Helen Dillon, Dillon 29 Gossler, Gossler 39
Bloom’s Best Perennials and Grasses, Bloom 15
Drawing and Painting Plants, Brodie 64 Green Flowers, Hoblyn, O’Hara 44
Bloom-Again Orchids, judywhite 56
Drawing Birds, Busby 64 Green Grows the City, Nichols 68
Bonsai with Japanese Maples, Adams 37
Dwarf Campanulas, Nicholls 43 Green Roof Plants, Snodgrass, Snodgrass 32
Book of Blue Flowers, Geneve 44
Dyes from American Native Plants, Richards, Tyrl 64 Growing Carnivorous Plants, Rice 48
Botanical Latin, Stearn 35
Ecology for Gardeners, Carroll, Salt 32 Growing Citrus, Page 49
Botany for Gardeners, Capon 12
Elegant Silvers, Gardner, Bussolini 44 Growing Hardy Orchids, Tullock 57
Bringing Nature Home, Tallamy 32
Encyclopedia of Cultivated Palms, Riffle, Craft 46 Hardy Bamboos, Whittaker 40
Bromeliads for the Contemporary Garden, Steens 47
Encyclopedia of Exotic Plants for Temperate Climates, Hardy Rhododendron Species, Cullen 38
Buddlejas, Stuart 39 Giles 46 Hawthorns and Medlars, Phipps 39
Bulbs for Garden Habitats, Glattstein 58 Encyclopedia of Garden Ferns, Olsen 53 Hebes, Metcalf 37
Bulbs in Containers, Leeds 58 Encyclopedia of Grasses for Livable Landscapes, Darke 27 Hellebores, Burrell, Tyler 43
Buried Treasures, Rukšāns 58 Encyclopedia of Herbs, Tucker, DeBaggio 52 Herbs in Bloom, Gardner 52
Cacti, Preston-Mafham, Preston-Mafham 48 Encyclopedia of Hydrangeas, van Gelderen, van Heucheras and Heucherellas, Heims, Ware 43
Cactus Family, Anderson 48 Gelderen 39
Hibiscus, Lawton 46
Calochortus, Gerritsen, Parsons 58 Encyclopedia of Northwest Native Plants for Gardens
High and Dry, Nold 61
Camellias, Rolfe, Cave 37 and Landscapes, Robson, Richter, Filbert 60
Himalayan Garden, Jermyn 62
Camellias, Trehane 37 Encyclopedia of Shade Perennials, Schmid 54
Hippeastrum, Read 58
Cats’ A. B. C., Nichols 68 Encyclopedia of Water Garden Plants, Speichert,
Speichert 45 Hollies for Gardeners, Bailes 38
Ceanothus, Fross, Wilken 38
Essential Garden Design Workbook, Alexander 27 Hot Plants for Cool Climates, Roth, Schrader 47
Child’s Garden, Dannenmaier 27
Essential Garden Maintenance Workbook, Alexander 33 How to Draw Plants, West 64
Christopher Lloyd’s Garden Flowers, Lloyd 45
Exotic Planting for Adventurous Gardeners, Lloyd 47 How to Grow a School Garden, Bucklin-Sporer, Pringle 6
Classic Cattleyas, Chadwick, Chadwick 56
Explorer’s Garden, Hinkley 63 Huntleyas and Related Orchids, Harding 56
Classic Garden Plans, Stuart 28
Explorer’s Garden, Hinkley 63 Hydrangeas, Lawson-Hall, Rothera 39
Classic Houses of Portland, Oregon, 1850–1950,
Family Kitchen Garden, Liebreich, Wagner, Wendland 49 Hydrangeas for American Gardens, Dirr 36
Hawkins, Willingham 67
Fearless Color Gardens, Meadows 44 Illustrated Encyclopedia of Clematis, Toomey, Leeds 40
Classic Houses of Seattle, Swope 67
Fern Grower’s Manual, Hoshizaki, Moran 53 Illustrated Encyclopedia of Orchids, Pridgeon 57
Clematis for Small Spaces, Evison 40
Ferns for American Gardens, Mickel 53 Illustrated Encyclopedia of Trees, White 16
Coleus, Rogers 47

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Illustrated Guide to Maples, le Hardÿ de Beaulieu 39 Orchid Species Culture, Baker, Baker 57 Succession Planting for Year-round Pleasure, Lloyd 30
Impatiens, Morgan 47 Orchids of Europe, North Africa and the Middle East, Succulent Container Gardens, Baldwin 48
In Praise of Plants, Hallé 59 Delforge 57 Sunlight on the Lawn, Nichols 68
In Search of Ancient Oregon, Bishop 67 Oregon 1859, Marschner 67 Sweet Pea Book, Rice 40
Insects and Gardens, Grissell 32 Oregon Companion, Engeman 66 Tall Perennials, Turner 41
Insects of the Pacific Northwest, Haggard, Haggard 66 Oregon’s Dry Side, St. John 65 Taming the Truffle, Hall, Brown, Zambonelli 50
Interactive Manual and Photo-Library of Woody Ornamental Bamboos, Crompton 40 Teaming with Microbes, Lowenfels, Lewis 9
Landscape Plants, Dirr 36 Pacific Northwest Nature Sketchbook, Siegel 64 Tempting Tropicals, Zachos 47
Iris Family, Goldblatt, Manning 58 Palms Won’t Grow Here and Other Myths, Francko 46 Thatched Roof, Nichols 68
Irises, Austin 58 Parsleys, Fennels, and Queen Anne’s Lace, Lawton 52 Timber Press Dictionary of Plant Names, von Erhardt,
Jade Garden, Wharton, Hine, Justice 62 Passiflora, Ulmer, MacDougal 46 Seybold, Bödeker, Götz 20
Japanese Maples, Vertrees, Gregory 13 Pattern Garden, Easton 29 Timber Press Guide to Gardening in the Pacific
Jewel Box Garden, Hobbs 29 Perennial Companions, Fischer 44 Northwest, Hall, Hall 61
Kingdom Fungi, Stephenson 18 Perennial Garden Design, King 26 Timber Press Pocket Guide to Bamboos, Meredith 40
Late Summer Flowers, Christopher 43 Perennial Ground Covers, MacKenzie 42 Timber Press Pocket Guide to Bulbs, Bryan 58
Laughter on the Stairs, Nichols 68 Perennials, Carter, Becker, Lilly 41 Timber Press Pocket Guide to Clematis, Toomey 40
Lavender, McNaughton 21 Perennials for Midwestern Gardens, Kahtz 61 Timber Press Pocket Guide to Conifers, Bitner 16
Legends in the Garden, Copeland, Armitage 41 Perennials for the Southwest, Irish 61 Timber Press Pocket Guide to Ground Covers, MacKenzie 42
Lewis and Clark Columbia River Water Trail, Hay 65 Plant Exploration for Longwood Gardens, Aniśko 63 Timber Press Pocket Guide to Hostas, Grenfell, Shadrack 53
Lilacs, Fiala, Vrugtman 37 Plant Form, Bell 35 Timber Press Pocket Guide to Japanese Maples, Gregory,
Vertrees 37
Macro Photography for Gardeners and Nature Lovers, Plant Hunter’s Garden, Ward 62
Detrick 64 Timber Press Pocket Guide to Ornamental Grasses,
Plant Resins, Langenheim 51
Darke 27, 40
Magnolias, Gardiner 39 Plant Solutions for Every Garden, Colborn 34
Timber Press Pocket Guide to Palms, Riffle 46
Managing the Wet Garden, Simmons 33 Plant-Driven Design, Ogden, Ogden 26
Timber Press Pocket Guide to Shade Perennials, Schmid 54
Masdevallias, Gerritsen, Parsons 57 Planting and Maintaining a Tree Collection, Toomer 21
Timber Press Pocket Guide to Water Garden Plants,
Master Guide to the Art of Floral Design, de Jong-Stout 64 Planting Design, Oudolf, Kingsbury 31 Speichert, Speichert 45
Meadows, Lloyd 26 Planting Green Roofs and Living Walls, Kingsbury, Timberline Lodge, Munro 67
Medicinal Plants in Folk Tradition, Allen, Hatfield 52 Dunnett 32
Totem Poles of the Pacific Northwest Coast, Malin 66
Medicinal Plants of the World, van Wyk, Wink 51 Plants from Test Tubes, Kyte, Kleyn 34
Tree Bark, Vaucher 39
Merry Hall, Nichols 68 Plants from the Edge of the World, Flanagan, Kirkham 63
Trees and Shrubs for the Southwest, Irish 61
Mind-Altering and Poisonous Plants of the World, Wink, Plants of Western Oregon, Washington & British
Trees for All Seasons, Hogan 38
van Wyk 51 Columbia, Kozloff 60
Trees for the Small Garden, Toomer 37
Miniature Orchids, Frowine 57 Poisonous Plants, Frohne, Pfänder 51
Tropical Flowering Plants, Llamas 47
Moss Gardening, Schenk 54 Portland City Walks, Foster 65
Tropical Ornamentals, Whistler 47
Moth Orchids, Frowine 56 Portland Forest Hikes, Thayer 65
Tropical Slipper Orchids, Koopowitz 56
Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest, Trudell, Ammirati 66 Portland Hill Walks, Foster 65
¡Tropicalismo!, Baggett 46
Native American Ethnobotany, Moerman 51 Pots in the Garden, Rogers 30
Truth About Garden Remedies, Gillman 32
Native American Medicinal Plants, Moerman 51 Practical Science for Gardeners, Pratt 35
Truth About Organic Gardening, Gillman 32
Native Plants of the Northeast, Leopold 60 Primula, Richards 55
Tulips, Wilford 58
Native Trees for North American Landscapes, Sternberg 60 Protea Book, Matthews 46
Uncommon Fruits for Every Garden, Reich 49
Native Trees of the Southeast, Kirkman, Brown, Leopold 60 Pruning of Trees, Shrubs and Conifers, Brown, Kirkham 34
Variegated Trees and Shrubs, Houtman 39
Natural Gardening in Small Spaces, Kingsbury 31 Rain Gardens, Dunnett, Clayden 32
Viburnums, Dirr 36
Natural History of Conifers, Farjon 59 Reference Manual of Woody Plant Propagation, Dirr,
Heuser 34 Village in a Valley, Nichols 68
Nature of Plants, Dawson, Lucas 59
Rhapsody in Green, Nichols, Dicks 68 Water Features for Small Gardens, Davitt 45
New Book of Salvias, Clebsch 52
Rock Garden Design and Construction, McGary 55 Waterlilies and Lotuses, Slocum 45
New Encyclopedia of Daylilies, Petit, Peat 42
Rock Garden Plant Primer, Grey-Wilson 55 Well-Designed Mixed Garden, DiSabato-Aust 28
New Encyclopedia of Hostas, Grenfell, Shadrack 53
Rock Garden Plants, Mineo 55 Well-Tended Perennial Garden, DiSabato-Aust 28
New Encyclopedia of Orchids, la Croix 56
Saxifrages, McGregor 55 What’s Wrong With My Plant? (And How Do I Fix It?),
New Low-Maintenance Garden, Easton 29
Deardorff, Wadsworth 33
Niwaki, Hobson 33 Seedheads in the Garden, Kingsbury 31
When Perennials Bloom, Aniśko 35
Nonstop Garden, Cohen, Benner 2 Seeds, Loewer 35
Wild Garden, Robinson, Darke 27
North American Guide to Common Poisonous Plants Self-Sustaining Garden, Thompson 33
Wild Orchids Across North America, Keenan 57
and Mushrooms, Turner, von Aderkas 52 Shade, Wiley 54
Wildflowers of the Pacific Northwest, Turner, Gustafson 66
Northwest Coast Indian Painting, Malin 66 Sharp Gardening, Holliday 30
Wildlife of the Pacific Northwest, Moskowitz 22
Northwest Green Home Primer, O’Brien, Smith 67 Short History of the Honey Bee, Readicker-Henderson,
Ilona 59 Willamette River Field Guide, Williams 65
Northwest Nature Guide, Davis 65
So You Want to Be a Garden Designer, Howard 14 Winter-flowering Shrubs, Buffin 38
Northwest Vegetarian Cookbook, Daniels-Zeller 23
So You Want to Start a Nursery, Avent 33 Witch Hazels, Lane 37
Octopus, Mather, Anderson, Wood 19
Subtropical and Dry Climate Plants, Rix 47 Woody Cut Stems for Growers and Florists, Greer, Dole 34
On the Wild Side, Wiley 32
Orchid Grower’s Companion, Banks 57 Success with Rhododendrons and Azaleas, Reiley 38

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Adams, I. Art of Garden Photography, 64 Daniels-Zeller, D. Northwest Vegetarian Cookbook, 23 Gossler, R., E. Gossler, and M. Gossler Gossler Guide to
Adams, P. Bonsai with Japanese Maples, 37 Dannenmaier, M. Child’s Garden, 27 the Best Hardy Shrubs, 39
Alexander, R. Essential Garden Design Workbook, 27 Darke, R. American Woodland Garden, 27 Greenlee, J. and S. Holt American Meadow Garden, 26
Essential Garden Maintenance Workbook, 33 Encyclopedia of Grasses for Livable Landscapes, 27 Greer, L. and J. Dole Woody Cut Stems for Growers and
Alexander, R. and R. Sneesby Garden Maker’s Manual, 28 Timber Press Pocket Guide to Ornamental Grasses, 27, 40 Florists, 34
Alford, D. Color Atlas of Pests of Ornamental Trees, Shrubs Davis, J. Northwest Nature Guide, 65 Gregory, P. and J. Vertrees Timber Press Pocket Guide to
and Flowers, 35 Davitt, K. Water Features for Small Gardens, 45 Japanese Maples, 37
Allen, D. and G. Hatfield Medicinal Plants in Folk Dawson, J. and R. Lucas Nature of Plants, 59 Grenfell, D. and M. Shadrack New Encyclopedia of
Tradition, 52 Hostas, 53
de Jong-Stout, A. Master Guide to the Art of Floral Design, 64
Timber Press Pocket Guide to Hostas, 53
Anderson, E. Cactus Family, 48 Deardorff, D. and K. Wadsworth What’s Wrong With My
Grey-Wilson, C. Rock Garden Plant Primer, 55
Aniśko, T. Plant Exploration for Longwood Gardens, 63 Plant? (And How Do I Fix It?), 33
When Perennials Bloom, 35 Grissell, E. Bees, Wasps, and Ants, 17
Delforge, P. Orchids of Europe, North Africa and the
Insects and Gardens, 32
Armitage, A. Armitage’s Garden Annuals, 41 Middle East, 57
Armitage’s Garden Perennials, 41 Guinness, B. and J. Knox Garden Your Way to Health and
Detrick, A. Macro Photography for Gardeners and Nature
Armitage’s Manual of Annuals, Biennials, and Half- Fitness, 33
Lovers, 64
Hardy Perennials, 41 Gusman, G. and L. Gusman Genus Arisaema, 45
DeWitt, D. and P. Bosland Complete Chile Pepper Book, 49
Armitage’s Native Plants for North American Gardens, 41, 60 Haggard, P. and J. Haggard Insects of the Pacific
Armitage’s Vines and Climbers, 10 Dillon, H. Down to Earth with Helen Dillon, 29
Northwest, 66
Austin, C. Irises, 58 Dirr, M. Dirr’s Hardy Trees and Shrubs, 36
Halda, J. and J. Waddick Genus Paeonia, 45
Dirr’s Trees and Shrubs for Warm Climates, 36
Avent, T. So You Want to Start a Nursery, 33 Hall, C. and N. Hall Timber Press Guide to Gardening in the
Hydrangeas for American Gardens, 36
Baggett, P. ¡Tropicalismo!, 46 Interactive Manual and Photo-Library of Woody Pacific Northwest, 61
Bailes, C. Hollies for Gardeners, 38 Landscape Plants, 36 Hall, I., G. Brown, and A. Zambonelli Taming the Truffle, 50
Baker, M. and C. Baker Orchid Species Culture, 57 Viburnums, 36 Hallé, F. In Praise of Plants, 59
Baldwin, D. Designing with Succulents, 48 Dirr, M. and C. Heuser Reference Manual of Woody Plant Harding, P. Huntleyas and Related Orchids, 56
Succulent Container Gardens, 48 Propagation, 34
Hawkins, W. and W. Willingham Classic Houses of
Banks, D. Orchid Grower’s Companion, 57 DiSabato-Aust, T. 50 High-Impact, Low-Care Garden Portland, Oregon, 1850–1950, 67
Plants, 28
Barthlott, W., S. Porembski, R. Seine, and I. Theisen Hawthorne, L. Gardening with Shape, Line and Texture, 30
Well-Designed Mixed Garden, 28
Curious World of Carnivorous Plants, 48 Hay, K. Lewis and Clark Columbia River Water Trail, 65
Well-Tended Perennial Garden, 28
Bartley, J. Designing the New Kitchen Garden, 49 Heims, D. and G. Ware Heucheras and Heucherellas, 43
Druse, K. Collector’s Garden, 30
Bassett, D. and S. Bassett Delphiniums, 43 Hinkley, D. Explorer’s Garden: Rare and Unusual
Dunnett, N. and A. Clayden Rain Gardens, 32
Bell, A. Plant Form, 35 Perennials, 63
Easton, V. New Low-Maintenance Garden, 29
Bendtsen, B. Gardening with Hardy Geraniums, 43 Explorer’s Garden: Shrubs and Vines, 63
Pattern Garden, 29
Beutler, L. Garden to Vase, 35 Hobbs, T. Jewel Box Garden, 29
Eckenwalder, J. Conifers of the World, 36
Gardening with Clematis, 40 Hoblyn, A. and M. O’Hara Green Flowers, 44
Eddison, S. Gardening for a Lifetime, 8
Bishop, E. In Search of Ancient Oregon, 67 Hobson, J. Niwaki, 33
Engeman, R. Oregon Companion, 66
Bitner, R. Conifers for Gardens, 36 Hogan, S. Trees for All Seasons, 38
Evison, R. Clematis for Small Spaces, 40
Timber Press Pocket Guide to Conifers, 16 Holliday, C. Sharp Gardening, 30
Farjon, A. Natural History of Conifers, 59
Bloom, A. Bloom’s Best Perennials and Grasses, 15 Hoshizaki, B. and R. Moran Fern Grower’s Manual, 53
Fiala, J. and F. Vrugtman Lilacs, 37
Bonine, P. Black Plants, 44 Houtman, R. Variegated Trees and Shrubs, 39
Fischer, T. Gardener’s Color Palette, 4
Bowling, B. Berry Grower’s Companion, 50 Howard, L. So You Want to Be a Garden Designer, 14
Perennial Companions, 44
Bown, D. Aroids, 42 Irish, M. Perennials for the Southwest, 61
Flanagan, M. and T. Kirkham Plants from the Edge of the
Brodie, C. Drawing and Painting Plants, 64 World, 63 Trees and Shrubs for the Southwest, 61
Brown, G. and T. Kirkham Pruning of Trees, Shrubs and Foster, L. Portland City Walks, 65 Irish, M. and G. Irish Agaves, Yuccas, and Related Plants, 48
Conifers, 34 Portland Hill Walks, 65 Jermyn, J. Alpine Plants of Europe, 55
Bryan, J. Timber Press Pocket Guide to Bulbs, 58 Francko, D. Palms Won’t Grow Here and Other Myths, 46 Himalayan Garden, 62
Bucklin-Sporer, A. and R. Pringle How to Grow a School Frohne, D. and H. Pfänder Poisonous Plants, 51 judywhite, Bloom-Again Orchids, 56
Garden, 6 Junker, K. Gardening with Woodland Plants, 54
Fross, D. and D. Wilken Ceanothus, 38
Buffin, M. Winter-flowering Shrubs, 38 Kahtz, A. Perennials for Midwestern Gardens, 61
Frowine, S. Fragrant Orchids, 57
Burrell, C. and J. Tyler Hellebores, 43 Miniature Orchids, 57 Keenan, P. Wild Orchids Across North America, 57
Busby, J. Drawing Birds, 64 Moth Orchids, 56 King, M. Gardening with Tulips, 58
Capon, B. Botany for Gardeners, 12 Fryer, J. and B. Hylö Cotoneasters, 38 Perennial Garden Design, 26
Cappiello, P. and D. Shadow Dogwoods, 37 Gardiner, J. Magnolias, 39 King, M. and P. Oudolf Gardening with Grasses, 31
Carroll, S. and S. Salt Ecology for Gardeners, 32 Gardner, J. Herbs in Bloom, 52 Kingsbury, N. Gardens by Design, 31
Carter, S., C. Becker, and B. Lilly Perennials, 41 Gardner, J. and K. Bussolini Elegant Silvers, 44 Natural Gardening in Small Spaces, 31
Seedheads in the Garden, 31
Chadwick, A. and A. Chadwick Classic Cattleyas, 56 Geneve, R. Book of Blue Flowers, 44
Kingsbury, N. and N. Dunnett Planting Green Roofs and
Christopher, M. Late Summer Flowers, 43 Gerritsen, M. and R. Parsons Calochortus, 58
Living Walls, 32
Clebsch, B. New Book of Salvias, 52 Masdevallias, 57
Kirkman, K., C. Brown, and D. Leopold Native Trees of
Cohen, S. and J. Benner Nonstop Garden, 2 Giles, W. Encyclopedia of Exotic Plants for Temperate
the Southeast, 60
Colborn, N. Plant Solutions for Every Garden, 34 Climates, 46
Koopowitz, H. Tropical Slipper Orchids, 56
Coltart, D. Designing and Renovating Larger Gardens, 26 Gillman, J. Truth About Garden Remedies, 32
Truth About Organic Gardening, 32 Kozloff, E. Plants of Western Oregon, Washington & British
Copeland, L. and A. Armitage Legends in the Garden, 41 Columbia, 60
Glattstein, J. Bulbs for Garden Habitats, 58
Cox, M. Big Gardens in Small Spaces, 30 Kreisman, L. and G. Mason Arts and Crafts Movement in
Consider the Leaf, 27
Crompton, D. Ornamental Bamboos, 40 the Pacific Northwest, 67
Goldblatt, P. and J. Manning Iris Family, 58
Cullen, J. Hardy Rhododendron Species, 38 Kyte, L. and J. Kleyn Plants from Test Tubes, 34
Good, J. and D. Millward Alpine Plants, 55

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la Croix, I. New Encyclopedia of Orchids, 56 Ogden, S. Garden Bulbs for the South, 61 Tebbitt, M. Begonias, 42
Lane, C. Witch Hazels, 37 Plant-Driven Design, 26 Tebbitt, M., M. Lidén, and H. Zetterlund Bleeding
Langenheim, J. Plant Resins, 51 Olsen, S. and L. Ogden Encyclopedia of Garden Ferns, 53 Hearts, Corydalis, and Their Relatives, 42
Lavarack, B., W. Harris, and G. Stocker Dendrobium Osborne, M. Creative Garden Lighting, 30 Tenenbaum, F. Gardening at the Shore, 29
and Its Relatives, 56 Oudolf, P. and N. Kingsbury Designing with Plants, 31 Thayer, J. Portland Forest Hikes, 65
Lawson-Hall, T. and B. Rothera Hydrangeas, 39 Kingsbury Planting Design, 31 Thompson, P. Creative Propagation, 34
Lawton, B. Hibiscus, 46 Page, M. Gardener’s Peony, 45 Self-Sustaining Garden, 33
Parsleys, Fennels, and Queen Anne’s Lace, 52 Growing Citrus, 49 Toomer, S. Planting and Maintaining a Tree Collection, 21
le Hardÿ de Beaulieu, A. Illustrated Guide to Maples, 39 Peat, J. and T. Petit Daylily, 42 Trees for the Small Garden, 37
New Encyclopedia of Daylilies, 42 Toomey, M. Timber Press Pocket Guide to Clematis, 40
Leeds, R. Bulbs in Containers, 58
Phipps, J. Hawthorns and Medlars, 39 Toomey, M. and E. Leeds Illustrated Encyclopedia of
Leopold, D. Native Plants of the Northeast, 60
Pratt, M. Practical Science for Gardeners, 35 Clematis, 40
Levy-Yamamori, R. and G. Taaffe Garden Plants of
Japan, 62 Preston-Mafham, R. and K. Preston-Mafham Cacti, 48 Towe, L. American Azaleas, 38
Liebreich, K., J. Wagner, and A. Wendland Family Pridgeon, A. Illustrated Encyclopedia of Orchids, 57 Trehane, J. Camellias, 37
Kitchen Garden, 49 Ravet-Haevermans, A. Art of Botanical Drawing, 64 Trudell, S. and J. Ammirati Mushrooms of the Pacific
Little, G. and D. Lewis Garden Gallery, 29 Read, V. Hippeastrum, 58 Northwest, 66
Llamas, K. Tropical Flowering Plants, 47 Readicker-Henderson, E. and Ilona Short History of the Tucker, A. and T. DeBaggio Encyclopedia of Herbs, 52
Lloyd, C. Christopher Lloyd’s Garden Flowers, 45 Honey Bee, 59 Tullock, J. Growing Hardy Orchids, 57
Exotic Planting for Adventurous Gardeners, 47 Reich, L. Uncommon Fruits for Every Garden, 49 Turner, M. and P. Gustafson Wildflowers of the Pacific
Meadows, 26 Reiley, H. Success with Rhododendrons and Azaleas, 38 Northwest, 66
Succession Planting for Year-round Pleasure, 30 Turner, N. and P. von Aderkas North American Guide to
Rice, B. Growing Carnivorous Plants, 48
Loewer, P. Seeds, 35 Common Poisonous Plants and Mushrooms, 52
Rice, G. Sweet Pea Book, 40
Lowenfels, J. and W. Lewis Teaming with Microbes, 9 Turner, R. Design in the Plant Collector’s Garden, 63
Richards, J. Primula, 55
Lyle, S. Fruit & Nuts, 50 Tall Perennials, 41
Richards, L. and R. Tyrl Dyes from American Native
MacKenzie, D. Perennial Ground Covers, 42 Ulmer, T. and J. MacDougal Passiflora, 46
Plants, 64
Timber Press Pocket Guide to Ground Covers, 42 Upson, T. and S. Andrews Genus Lavandula, 52
Riffle, R. Timber Press Pocket Guide to Palms, 46
Malin, E. Northwest Coast Indian Painting, 66 Valder, P. Garden Plants of China, 62
Riffle, R. and P. Craft Encyclopedia of Cultivated Palms, 46
Totem Poles of the Pacific Northwest Coast, 66 Gardens in China, 62
Rix, M. Subtropical and Dry Climate Plants, 47
Manning, J., P. Goldblatt, and D. Snijman Color van Gelderen, C. and D. van Gelderen Encyclopedia of
Encyclopedia of Cape Bulbs, 58 Robinson, W. and R. Darke Wild Garden, 27 Hydrangeas, 39
Marschner, J. Oregon 1859, 67 Robson, K., A. Richter, and M. Filbert Encyclopedia of van Wyk, B. Food Plants of the World, 50
Northwest Native Plants for Gardens and Landscapes, 60
Mather, J., R. Anderson, and J. Wood Octopus, 19 van Wyk, B. and M. Wink Medicinal Plants of the
Rogers, R. Coleus, 47 World, 51
Matthews, L. Protea Book, 46
Pots in the Garden, 30
McGary, J. Rock Garden Design and Construction, 55 Vaucher, H. Tree Bark, 39
Rolfe, J. and Y. Cave Camellias, 37
McGregor, M. Saxifrages, 55 Vertrees, J. and P. Gregory Japanese Maples, 13
Roth, S. and D. Schrader Hot Plants for Cool Climates, 47
McNaughton, V. Lavender, 21 von Erhardt, W., S. Seybold, N. Bödeker, and E. Götz
Rukšāns, J. Buried Treasures, 58 Timber Press Dictionary of Plant Names, 20
Meadows, K. Fearless Color Gardens, 44
Sawyers, C. Authentic Garden, 26 Ward, B. Contemplation Upon Flowers, 43
Meredith, T. Bamboo for Gardens, 40
Schenk, G. Complete Shade Gardener, 54 Plant Hunter’s Garden, 62
Complete Book of Garlic, 50
Gardening on Pavement, Tables, and Hard Surfaces, 34 West, K. How to Draw Plants, 64
Timber Press Pocket Guide to Bamboos, 40
Moss Gardening, 54
Metcalf, L. Hebes, 37 Wharton, P., B. Hine, and D. Justice Jade Garden, 62
Schmid, W. Encyclopedia of Shade Perennials, 54
Mickel, J. Ferns for American Gardens, 53 Whistler, W. Tropical Ornamentals, 47
Timber Press Pocket Guide to Shade Perennials, 54
Miller, D. 400 Trees and Shrubs for Small Spaces, 37 White, J. Illustrated Encyclopedia of Trees, 16
Siegel, J. Pacific Northwest Nature Sketchbook, 64
Mineo, B. Rock Garden Plants, 55 White, R. Daphnes, 38
Simmons, J. Managing the Wet Garden, 33
Moerman, D. Native American Ethnobotany, 51 Whittaker, P. Hardy Bamboos, 40
Slocum, P. Waterlilies and Lotuses, 45
Native American Medicinal Plants, 51 Wiley, K. On the Wild Side, 32
Small, D. and E. Wulff Gardening with Hardy Heathers, 42
Morgan, R. Impatiens, 47 Shade, 54
Smith, G. and B. van Wyk Garden Succulents Primer, 48
Moskowitz, D. Wildlife of the Pacific Northwest, 22 Wilford, R. Tulips, 58
Snodgrass, E. and L. Snodgrass Green Roof Plants, 32
Munro, S. Timberline Lodge, 67 Williams, T. Willamette River Field Guide, 65
Speichert, G. and S. Speichert Encyclopedia of Water
Musselman, L. Figs, Dates, Laurel, and Myrrh, 59 Wink, M. and B. van Wyk Mind-Altering and Poisonous
Garden Plants, 45
Plants of the World, 51
Nicholls, G. Alpine Plants of North America, 55 Timber Press Pocket Guide to Water Garden Plants, 45
Dwarf Campanulas, 43 Wood, H. Dendrobiums, 56
St. John, A. Oregon’s Dry Side, 65
Nichols, B. Cats’ A. B. C., 68 Zachos, E. Tempting Tropicals, 47
Stearn, W. Botanical Latin, 35
Down the Garden Path, 68
Steens, A. Bromeliads for the Contemporary Garden, 47
Down the Kitchen Sink, 68
Green Grows the City, 68 Stephenson, S. Kingdom Fungi, 18
Laughter on the Stairs, 68 Sternberg, G. Native Trees for North American
Merry Hall, 68 Landscapes, 60
Sunlight on the Lawn, 68 Stewart, J., J. Hermans, and B. Campbell Angraecoid
Thatched Roof, 68 Orchids, 56
Village in a Valley, 68 Stuart, D. Buddlejas, 39
Nichols, B. and R. Dicks Rhapsody in Green, 68 Classic Garden Plans, 28
Nold, R. High and Dry, 61 Sumner, J. American Household Botany, 59
O’Brien, K. and K. Smith Northwest Green Home Swope, C. Classic Houses of Seattle, 67
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Stewart/Hermans/Campbell Leeds
682617 _____ Armitage’s Garden Annuals 49.95 682818 _____ Buried Treasures 39.95
978-0-88192-617-0 hc 978-0-88192-818-1 hc
Armitage Rukša-ns
682435 _____ Armitage’s Garden Perennials 49.95 682400 _____ Cacti 27.95
978-0-88192-435-0 hc 978-0-88192-400-8 pb
Armitage Preston-Mafham/Preston-Mafham
682505 _____ Armitage’s Manual of Annuals, Biennials & Half-Hardy Perennials 39.95 682498 _____ Cactus Family 99.95
978-0-88192-505-0 hc 978-0-88192-498-5 hc
Armitage Anderson
682760 _____ Armitage’s Native Plants for North American Gardens 49.95 682844 _____ Calochortus 29.95
978-0-88192-760-3 hc 978-0-88192-844-0 hc
Armitage Gerritsen/Parsons
682485 _____ Aroids 34.95 682577 _____ Camellias 19.95
978-0-88192-485-5 hc 978-0-88192-577-7 pb
Bown Rolfe/Cave
682990 _____ Art of Botanical Drawing 19.95 682848 _____ Camellias 59.95
978-0-88192-990-4 pb 978-0-88192-848-8 hc
Ravet-Haevermans Trehane
682680 _____ Art of Garden Photography 24.95 682993 _____ Cats’ A. B. C. 12.95
978-0-88192-680-4 pb 978-0-88192-993-5 pb
Adams Nichols
682849 _____ Arts and Crafts Movement in the Pacific Northwest 24.95 682762 _____ Ceanothus 39.95
978-0-88192-849-5 hc 978-0-88192-762-7 hc
Kreisman/Mason Fross/Wilken
682831 _____ Authentic Garden 34.95 682843 _____ Child’s Garden 19.95
978-0-88192-831-0 hc 978-0-88192-843-3 pb
Sawyers Dannenmaier
682507 _____ Bamboo for Gardens 39.95 682747 _____ Christopher Lloyd’s Garden Flowers 29.95
978-0-88192-507-4 hc 978-0-88192-747-4 pb
Meredith Lloyd
682733 _____ Begonias 34.95 682764 _____ Classic Cattleyas 49.95
978-0-88192-733-7 hc 978-0-88192-764-1 hc
Tebbitt Chadwick/Chadwick
682726 _____ Berry Grower’s Companion 19.95 682643 _____ Classic Garden Plans 29.95
978-0-88192-726-9 pb 978-0-88192-643-9 hc
Bowling Stuart


N o. Qt y. Ti tle/ISBN/Au t hor P rice / B ind N o . Q t y. Ti t l e / I S B N / Au t hor Pric e/B ind

682749 _____ Classic Houses of Portland, Oregon, 1850–1950 29.95 682772 _____ Designing the New Kitchen Garden 34.95
978-0-88192-749-8 pb 978-0-88192-772-6 hc
Hawkins/Willingham Bartley
682717 _____ Classic Houses of Seattle 39.95 682953 _____ Designing with Plants 19.95
978-0-88192-717-7 hc 978-0-88192-953-9 pb
Swope Oudolf/Kingsbury
682851 _____ Clematis for Small Spaces 34.95 682816 _____ Designing with Succulents 29.95
978-0-88192-851-8 hc 978-0-88192-816-7 hc
Evison Baldwin
682865 _____ Coleus 29.95 682404 _____ Dirr’s Hardy Trees and Shrubs 69.95
978-0-88192-865-5 hc 978-0-88192-404-6 hc
Rogers Dirr
682660 _____ Collector’s Garden 29.95 682525 _____ Dirr’s Trees and Shrubs for Warm Climates 69.95
978-0-88192-660-6 pb 978-0-88192-525-8 hc
Druse Dirr
682561 _____ Color Atlas of Pests of Ornamental Trees, Shrubs and Flowers 59.95 682679 _____ Dogwoods 39.95
978-0-88192-561-6 hc 978-0-88192-679-8 hc
Alford Cappiello/Shadow
682547 _____ Color Encyclopedia of Cape Bulbs 59.95 682710 _____ Down the Garden Path 24.95
978-0-88192-547-0 hc 978-0-88192-710-8 hc
Manning/Goldblatt/Snijman Nichols
682883 _____ Complete Book of Garlic 39.95 682804 _____ Down the Kitchen Sink 24.95
978-0-88192-883-9 hc 978-0-88192-804-4 hc
Meredith Nichols
682920 _____ Complete Chile Pepper Book 29.95 682859 _____ Down to Earth with Helen Dillon 29.95
978-0-88192-920-1 hc 978-0-88192-859-4 hc
DeWitt/Bosland Dillon
682534 _____ Complete Shade Gardener 22.95 682841 _____ Drawing and Painting Plants 29.95
978-0-88192-534-0 pb 978-0-88192-841-9 pb
Schenk Brodie
682830 _____ Conifers for Gardens 59.95 682697 _____ Drawing Birds 19.95
978-0-88192-830-3 hc 978-0-88192-697-2 pb
Bitner Busby
682974 _____ Conifers of the World 59.95 682810 _____ Dwarf Campanulas 34.95
978-0-88192-974-4 hc 978-0-88192-810-5 hc
Eckenwalder Nicholls
682571 _____ Consider the Leaf 24.95 682668 _____ Dyes from American Native Plants 29.95
978-0-88192-571-5 hc 978-0-88192-668-2 hc
Glattstein Richards/Tyrl
682727 _____ Contemplation Upon Flowers 17.95 682611 _____ Ecology for Gardeners 29.95
978-0-88192-727-6 pb 978-0-88192-611-8 hc
Ward Carroll/Salt
682927 _____ Cotoneasters 49.95 682703 _____ Elegant Silvers 34.95
978-0-88192-927-0 hc 978-0-88192-703-0 hc
Fryer/Hylmö Gardner/Bussolini
682742 _____ Creative Garden Lighting 34.95 682558 _____ Encyclopedia of Cultivated Palms 49.95
978-0-88192-742-9 hc 978-0-88192-558-6 hc
Osborne Riffle/Craft
682681 _____ Creative Propagation 24.95 682785 _____ Encyclopedia of Exotic Plants for Temperate Climates 49.95
978-0-88192-681-1 pb 978-0-88192-785-6 hc
Thompson Giles
682792 _____ Curious World of Carnivorous Plants 39.95 682819 _____ Encyclopedia of Garden Ferns 59.95
978-0-88192-792-4 hc 978-0-88192-819-8 hc
Barthlott/Porembski/Seine/Theisen Olsen
682752 _____ Daphnes 34.95 682817 _____ Encyclopedia of Grasses for Livable Landscapes 59.95
978-0-88192-752-8 hc 978-0-88192-817-4 hc
White Darke
682666 _____ Daylily 29.95 682994 _____ Encyclopedia of Herbs 39.95
978-0-88192-666-8 hc 978-0-88192-994-2 hc
Peat/Petit Tucker/DeBaggio
682800 _____ Delphiniums 29.95 682622 _____ Encyclopedia of Hydrangeas 49.95
978-0-88192-800-6 hc 978-0-88192-622-4 hc
Bassett/Bassett van Gelderen/van Gelderen
682805 _____ Dendrobium and Its Relatives 34.95 682863 _____ Encyclopedia of NW Plants for Gardens & Landscapes 49.95
978-0-88192-805-1 pb 978-0-88192-863-1 hc
Lavarack/Harris/Stocker Robson/Richter/Filbert
682686 _____ Dendrobiums 150.00 682549 _____ Encyclopedia of Shade Perennials 49.95
978-0-88192-686-6 hc 978-0-88192-549-4 hc
Wood Schmid
682690 _____ Design in the Plant Collector’s Garden 34.95 682625 _____ Encyclopedia of Water Garden Plants 49.95
978-0-88192-690-3 hc 978-0-88192-625-5 hc
Turner Speichert/Speichert
682824 _____ Designing and Renovating Larger Gardens 34.95 682975 _____ Essential Garden Design Workbook 34.95
978-0-88192-824-2 hc 978-0-88192-975-1 fb
Coltart Alexander


N o. Qt y. Ti tle/ISBN/Au t hor P rice / B ind N o . Q t y. Ti t l e / I S B N / Au t hor Pric e/B ind

682783 _____ Essential Garden Maintenance Workbook 34.95 682716 _____ Gardening with Hardy Geraniums 29.95
978-0-88192-783-2 fb 978-0-88192-716-0 hc
Alexander Bendtsen
682842 _____ Exotic Planting for Adventurous Gardeners 29.95 682782 _____ Gardening with Hardy Heathers 39.95
978-0-88192-842-6 hc 978-0-88192-782-5 hc
Lloyd Small/Wulff
682917 _____ Explorer’s Garden: Rare and Unusual Perennials 24.95 682888 _____ Gardening with Shape, Line and Texture 39.95
978-0-88192-917-1 pb 978-0-88192-888-4 hc
Hinkley Hawthorne
682918 _____ Explorer’s Garden: Shrubs and Vines/Four Corners of the World 39.95 682744 _____ Gardening with Tulips 29.95
978-0-88192-918-8 hc 978-0-88192-744-3 hc
Hinkley King
689050 _____ Family Kitchen Garden 24.95 682821 _____ Gardening with Woodland Plants 39.95
978-1-60469-050-7 fb 978-0-88192-821-1 hc
Liebreich/Wagner/Wendland Junker
682940 _____ Fearless Color Gardens 27.95 682741 _____ Gardens by Design 34.95
978-0-88192-940-9 hc 978-0-88192-741-2 hc
Meadows Kingsbury
682495 _____ Fern Grower’s Manual 59.95 682555 _____ Gardens in China 59.95
978-0-88192-495-4 hc 978-0-88192-555-5 hc
Hoshizaki/Moran Valder
682598 _____ Ferns for American Gardens 24.95 682839 _____ Genus Arisaema 79.95
978-0-88192-598-2 pb 978-0-88192-839-6 hc
Mickel Gusman/Gusman
682855 _____ Figs, Dates, Laurel and Myrrh 24.95 682642 _____ Genus Lavandula 49.95
978-0-88192-855-6 hc 978-0-88192-642-2 hc
Musselman Upson/Andrews
682743 _____ Food Plants of the World 39.95 682612 _____ Genus Paeonia 34.95
978-0-88192-743-6 hc 978-0-88192-612-5 hc
van Wyk Halda/Waddick
682739 _____ Fragrant Orchids 29.95 682908 _____ Gossler Guide to the Best Hardy Shrubs 34.95
978-0-88192-739-9 hc 978-0-88192-908-9 hc
Frowine Gossler/Gossler/Gossler
682759 _____ Fruit & Nuts 59.95 682919 _____ Green Flowers 24.95
978-0-88192-759-7 hc 978-0-88192-919-5 hc
Lyle Hoblyn
682813 _____ Garden Bulbs for the South 34.95 682779 _____ Green Grows the City 24.95
978-0-88192-813-6 hc 978-0-88192-779-5 hc
Ogden Nichols
682914 _____ Garden Gallery 19.95 682787 _____ Green Roof Plants 29.95
978-0-88192-914-0 pb 978-0-88192-787-0 hc
Little/Lewis Snodgrass/Snodgrass
682704 _____ Garden Maker’s Manual 34.95 682807 _____ Growing Carnivorous Plants 39.95
978-0-88192-704-7 hc 978-0-88192-807-5 hc
Alexander/Sneesby Rice
682470 _____ Garden Plants of China 49.95 682906 _____ Growing Citrus 34.95
978-0-88192-470-1 hc 978-0-88192-906-5 hc
Valder Page
682650 _____ Garden Plants of Japan 59.95 682715 _____ Growing Hardy Orchids 29.95
978-0-88192-650-7 hc 978-0-88192-715-3 hc
Levy-Yamamori/Taaffe Tullock
682954 _____ Garden Succulents Primer 34.95 682685 _____ Hardy Bamboos 39.95
978-0-88192-954-6 hc 978-0-88192-685-9 hc
Smith/van Wyk Whittaker
682825 _____ Garden to Vase 29.95 682723 _____ Hardy Rhododendron Species 49.95
978-0-88192-825-9 hc 978-0-88192-723-8 hc
Beutler Cullen
682881 _____ Garden Your Way to Health and Fitness 19.95 682591 _____ Hawthorns and Medlars 24.95
978-0-88192-881-5 fb 978-0-88192-591-3 hc
Guinness/Knox Phipps
682694 _____ Gardener’s Peony 39.95 682773 _____ Hebes 39.95
978-0-88192-694-1 hc 978-0-88192-773-3 hc
Page Metcalf
682793 _____ Gardening at the Shore 29.95 682765 _____ Hellebores 34.95
978-0-88192-793-1 hc 978-0-88192-765-8 hc
Tenenbaum Burrell/Tyler
682812 _____ Gardening on Pavement, Tables and Hard Surfaces 19.95 682698 _____ Herbs in Bloom 24.95
978-0-88192-812-9 pb 978-0-88192-698-9 pb
Schenk Gardner
682644 _____ Gardening with Clematis 34.95 682702 _____ Heucheras and Heucherellas 27.95
978-0-88192-644-6 hc 978-0-88192-702-3 hc
Beutler Heims/Ware
682411 _____ Gardening with Grasses 34.95 682654 _____ Hibiscus 27.95
978-0-88192-411-4 hc 978-0-88192-654-5 hc
King/Oudolf Lawton


N o. Qt y. Ti tle/ISBN/Au t hor P rice / B ind N o . Q t y. Ti t l e / I S B N / Au t hor Pric e/B ind

682872 _____ High and Dry 34.95 682620 _____ Lewis and Clark Columbia River Water Trail 19.95
978-0-88192-872-3 hc 978-0-88192-620-0 fb
Nold Hay
682500 _____ Himalayan Garden 34.95 682795 _____ Lilacs 49.95
978-0-88192-500-5 hc 978-0-88192-795-5 hc
Jermyn Fiala/Vrugtman
682639 _____ Hippeastrum 34.95 682890 _____ Macro Photography for Gardeners and Nature Lovers 24.95
978-0-88192-639-2 hc 978-0-88192-890-7 pb
Read Detrick
682774 _____ Hollies for Gardeners 34.95 682446 _____ Magnolias 39.95
978-0-88192-774-0 hc 978-0-88192-446-6 hc
Bailes Gardiner
682719 _____ Hot Plants for Cool Climates 24.95 682900 _____ Managing the Wet Garden 39.95
978-0-88192-719-1 pb 978-0-88192-900-3 hc
Roth/Schrader Simmons
682350 _____ How to Draw Plants 19.95 682737 _____ Masdevallias 45.00
978-0-88192-350-6 pb 978-0-88192-737-5 hc
West Gerritsen/Parsons
682884 _____ Huntleyas and Related Orchids 39.95 682766 _____ Master Guide to the Art of Floral Design 29.95
978-0-88192-884-6 hc 978-0-88192-766-5 pb
Harding de Jong-Stout
682669 _____ Hydrangeas 34.95 682628 _____ Meadows 29.95
978-0-88192-669-9 hc 978-0-88192-628-6 hc
Lawson-Hall/Rothera Lloyd
682641 _____ Hydrangeas for American Gardens 29.95 682638 _____ Medicinal Plants in Folk Tradition 29.95
978-0-88192-641-5 hc 978-0-88192-638-5 hc
Dirr Allen/Hatfield
682508 _____ Illustrated Encyclopedia of Clematis 59.95 682602 _____ Medicinal Plants of the World 45.00
978-0-88192-508-1 hc 978-0-88192-602-6 hc
Toomey/Leeds van Wyk/Wink
682801 _____ Illustrated Encyclopedia of Orchids 29.95 682417 _____ Merry Hall 24.95
978-0-88192-801-3 pb 978-0-88192-417-6 hc
Pridgeon Nichols
682601 _____ Illustrated Guide to Maples 69.95 682952 _____ Mind-Altering and Poisonous Plants of the World 49.95
978-0-88192-601-9 hc 978-0-88192-952-2 hc
le Hardÿ de Beaulieu Wink/van Wyk
682852 _____ Impatiens 29.95 682836 _____ Miniature Orchids 29.95
978-0-88192-852-5 hc 978-0-88192-836-5 hc
Morgan Frowine
682550 _____ In Praise of Plants 24.95 682370 _____ Moss Gardening 34.95
978-0-88192-550-0 hc 978-0-88192-370-4 hc
Hallé Schenk
682789 _____ In Search of Ancient Oregon 29.95 682870 _____ Moth Orchids 39.95
978-0-88192-789-4 pb 978-0-88192-870-9 hc
Bishop Frowine
682768 _____ Insects and Gardens 19.95 682935 _____ Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest 27.95
978-0-88192-768-9 pb 978-0-88192-935-5 fb
Grissell Trudell/Ammirati
682689 _____ Insects of the Pacific Northwest 24.95 682929 _____ N. American Guide to Common Poisonous Plants and Mushrooms 29.95
978-0-88192-689-7 pb 978-0-88192-929-4 hc
Haggard/Haggard Turner/von Aderkas
687503 _____ Interactive Manual and Photo-Library of Woody Landscape Plants 49.95 682453 _____ Native American Ethnobotany 79.95
978-0-942375-03-9 dvd 978-0-88192-453-4 hc
Dirr Moerman
682897 _____ Iris Family 79.95 682987 _____ Native American Medicinal Plants 29.95
978-0-88192-897-6 hc 978-0-88192-987-4 pb
Goldblatt/Manning Moerman
682730 _____ Irises 49.95 689035 _____ Native American Medicinal Plants 39.95
978-0-88192-730-6 hc 978-1-60469-035-4 hc
Austin Moerman
682705 _____ Jade Garden 34.95 682673 _____ Native Plants of the Northeast 39.95
978-0-88192-705-4 hc 978-0-88192-673-6 hc
Wharton/Hine/Justice Leopold
682802 _____ Jewel Box Garden 24.95 682607 _____ Native Trees for North American Landscapes 59.95
978-0-88192-802-0 pb 978-0-88192-607-1 hc
Hobbs Sternberg
682756 _____ Late Summer Flowers 29.95 682828 _____ Native Trees of the Southeast 34.95
978-0-88192-756-6 hc 978-0-88192-828-0 fb
Christopher Kirkman/Brown/Leopold
682460 _____ Laughter on the Stairs 24.95 682815 _____ Natural Gardening in Small Spaces 19.95
978-0-88192-460-2 hc 978-0-88192-815-0 pb
Nichols/Dicks Kingsbury
689708 _____ Legends in the Garden 24.95 682869 _____ Natural History of Conifers 34.95
978-1-930897-08-3 hc 978-0-88192-869-3 hc
Copeland/Armitage Farjon


N o. Qt y. Ti tle/ISBN/Au t hor P rice / B ind N o . Q t y. Ti t l e / I S B N / Au t hor Pric e/B ind

682675 _____ Nature of Plants 39.95 689051 _____ Perennial Companions 89.70
978-0-88192-675-0 hc 6-copy counter display (see page 8)
Dawson/Lucas 978-1-60469-051-4
682913 _____ New Book of Salvias 19.95 682767 _____ Perennial Garden Design 34.95
978-0-88192-913-3 pb 978-0-88192-767-2 hc
Clebsch King
682858 _____ New Encyclopedia of Daylilies 49.95 682557 _____ Perennial Ground Covers 29.95
978-0-88192-858-7 hc 978-0-88192-557-9 pb
Peat/Petit MacKenzie
682960 _____ New Encyclopedia of Hostas 49.95 682820 _____ Perennials 49.95
978-0-88192-960-7 hc 978-0-88192-820-4 hc
Grenfell/Shadrack Carter/Becker/Lilly
682876 _____ New Encyclopedia of Orchids 59.95 682893 _____ Perennials for Midwestern Gardens 29.95
978-0-88192-876-1 hc 978-0-88192-893-8 hc
la Croix Kahtz
682916 _____ New Low-Maintenance Garden 29.95 682761 _____ Perennials for the Southwest 29.95
978-0-88192-916-4 hc 978-0-88192-761-0 hc
Easton/Koch Irish
682960 _____ New Low-Maintenance Garden 19.95 682877 _____ Plant-Driven Design 34.95
978-1-60469-166-5 pb 978-0-88192-877-8 hc
Easton/Koch Ogden/Ogden
682835 _____ Niwaki 34.95 682738 _____ Plant Exploration for Longwood Gardens 69.95
978-0-88192-835-8 hc 978-0-88192-738-2 hc
Hobson Aniś ko
682770 _____ Northwest Coast Indian Painting 29.95 682850 _____ Plant Form 49.95
978-0-88192-770-2 pb 978-0-88192-850-1 hc
Malin Bell
682797 _____ Northwest Green Home Primer 24.95 682696 _____ Plant Hunter’s Garden 39.95
978-0-88192-797-9 pb 978-0-88192-696-5 hc
O’Brien/Smith Ward
682867 _____ Northwest Nature Guide 24.95 682574 _____ Plant Resins 49.95
978-0-88192-867-9 pb 978-0-88192-574-6 hc
Davis Langenheim
682636 _____ On the Wild Side 34.95 682838 _____ Plant Solutions 39.95
978-0-88192-636-1 hc 978-0-88192-838-9 hc
Wiley Colborn
682711 _____ Orchid Grower’s Companion 39.95 682740 _____ Planting Design 34.95
978-0-88192-711-5 hc 978-0-88192-740-5 hc
Banks Oudolf/Kingsbury
682775 _____ Orchid Species Culture 79.95 682911 _____ Planting Green Roofs and Living Walls 34.95
978-0-88192-775-7 hc 978-0-88192-911-9 hc
Baker/Baker Kingsbury/Dunnett
682754 _____ Orchids of Europe, North Africa and the Middle East 39.95 682361 _____ Plants from Test Tubes 29.95
978-0-88192-754-2 hc 978-0-88192-361-2 hc
Delforge Kyte/Kleyn
682873 _____ Oregon 1859 27.95 682676 _____ Plants from the Edge of the World 39.95
978-0-88192-873-0 pb 978-0-88192-676-7 hc
Marschner Flanagan/Kirkham
682899 _____ Oregon Companion 27.95 682724 _____ Plants of Western Oregon, Washington & British Columbia 65.00
978-0-88192-899-0 pb 978-0-88192-724-5 hc
Engeman Kozloff
682829 _____ Oregon’s Dry Side 29.95 682750 _____ Poisonous Plants 150.00
978-0-88192-829-7 pb 978-0-88192-750-4 hc
St. John Frohne/Pfänder
682790 _____ Ornamental Bamboos 39.95 682885 _____ Portland City Walks 19.95
978-0-88192-790-0 hc 978-0-88192-885-3 pb
Crompton Foster
682791 _____ Pacific Northwest Nature Sketchbook 24.95 682857 _____ Portland Forest Hikes 16.95
978-0-88192-791-7 pb 978-0-88192-857-0 pb
Siegel Thayer
682575 _____ Palms Won’t Grow Here and Other Myths 27.95 682692 _____ Portland Hill Walks 19.95
978-0-88192-575-3 hc 978-0-88192-692-7 pb
Francko Foster
682822 _____ Parsleys, Fennels and Queen Anne’s Lace 29.95 682834 _____ Pots in the Garden 29.95
978-0-88192-822-8 hc 978-0-88192-834-1 hc
Lawton Rogers
682648 _____ Passiflora 44.95 682718 _____ Practical Science for Gardeners 24.95
978-0-88192-648-4 hc 978-0-88192-718-4 hc
Ulmer/MacDougal Pratt
682780 _____ Pattern Garden 34.95 682580 _____ Primula 39.95
978-0-88192-780-1 hc 978-0-88192-580-7 hc
Easton Richards
682939 _____ Perennial Companions 14.95 682553 _____ Protea Book 34.95
978-0-88192-939-3 pb 978-0-88192-553-1 pb
Fischer Matthews


N o. Qt y. Ti tle/ISBN/Au t hor P rice / B ind N o . Q t y. Ti t l e / I S B N / Au t hor Pric e/B ind

689002 _____ Pruning of Trees, Shrubs and Conifers 19.95 682879 _____ Timber Press Guide to Gardening in the Pacific Northwest 29.95
978-1-60469-002-6 pb 978-0-88192-879-2 pb
Brown/Kirkham Hall/Hall
682826 _____ Rain Gardens 34.95 682936 _____ Timber Press Pocket Guide to Bamboos 19.95
978-0-88192-826-6 hc 978-0-88192-936-2 fb
Dunnett/Clayden Meredith
689004 _____ Reference Manual of Woody Plant Propagation 49.95 682725 _____ Timber Press Pocket Guide to Bulbs 19.95
978-1-60469-004-0 pb 978-0-88192-725-2 fb
Dirr/Heuser Bryan
682948 _____ Rhapsody in Green 17.95 682814 _____ Timber Press Pocket Guide to Clematis 19.95
978-0-88192-948-5 hc 978-0-88192-814-3 fb
Nichols/Dicks Toomey
682583 _____ Rock Garden Design and Construction 29.95 682798 _____ Timber Press Pocket Guide to Ground Covers 19.95
978-0-88192-583-8 hc 978-0-88192-798-6 fb
North American Rock Garden Society MacKenzie
682928 _____ Rock Garden Plant Primer 29.95 682847 _____ Timber Press Pocket Guide to Hostas 19.95
978-0-88192-928-7 hc 978-0-88192-847-1 fb
Grey-Wilson Grenfell/Shadrack
682432 _____ Rock Garden Plants 59.95 682799 _____ Timber Press Pocket Guide to Japanese Maples 19.95
978-0-88192-432-9 hc 978-0-88192-799-3 fb
Mineo Gregory/Vertrees
682880 _____ Saxifrages 49.95 682653 _____ Timber Press Pocket Guide to Ornamental Grasses 19.95
978-0-88192-880-8 hc 978-0-88192-653-8 fb
McGregor Darke
682796 _____ Seedheads in the Garden 29.95 682776 _____ Timber Press Pocket Guide to Palms 19.95
978-0-88192-796-2 hc 978-0-88192-776-4 fb
Kingsbury Riffle
682682 _____ Seeds 17.95 682709 _____ Timber Press Pocket Guide to Shade Perennials 19.95
978-0-88192-682-8 pb 978-0-88192-709-2 fb
Loewer Schmid
682837 _____ Self-Sustaining Garden 29.95 682846 _____ Timber Press Pocket Guide to Water Garden Plants 19.95
978-0-88192-837-2 hc 978-0-88192-846-4 fb
Thompson Speichert/Speichert
682895 _____ Shade 19.95 682856 _____ Timberline Lodge 34.95
978-0-88192-895-2 pb 978-0-88192-856-3 hc
Wiley Munro
682699 _____ Sharp Gardening 29.95 682295 _____ Totem Poles of the Pacific Northwest Coast 21.95
978-0-88192-699-6 hc 978-0-88192-295-0 pb
Holliday Malin
682942 _____ Short History of the Honey Bee 19.95 682576 _____ Tree Bark 39.95
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Ilona/Readicker-Henderson Vaucher
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Avent Irish
682808 _____ Subtropical and Dry Climate Plants 44.95 682674 _____ Trees for All Seasons 39.95
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Rix Hogan
682637 _____ Success with Rhododendrons and Azaleas 24.95 682683 _____ Trees for the Small Garden 29.95
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Reiley Toomer
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Lloyd Llamas
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Baldwin Whistler
682467 _____ Sunlight on the Lawn 24.95 682864 _____ Tropical Slipper Orchids 59.95
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Nichols Koopowitz
682595 _____ Sweet Pea Book 19.95 682947 _____ ¡Tropicalismo! 14.95
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682732 _____ Tempting Tropicals 29.95 682862 _____ Truth About Organic Gardening 12.95
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Zachos Gillman
682728 _____ Thatched Roof 24.95 682763 _____ Tulips 34.95
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682944 _____ Uncommon Fruits for Every Garden 16.95


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Reich
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Houtman
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Dirr
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978-0-88192-720-7 pb
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978-0-88192-745-0 pb
Turner/Gustafson
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978-0-88192-866-2 pb
Williams
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