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Letter from the Editor


Things are looking a little different here at Timber Press. For the past few years we have been improving the overall look of our books with fresh, clear, inviting designs. Now we have updated our logo to communicate how we are growing into the future. We will still publish the work of experts in gardening, horticulture, and natural history but in a way that appeals to a wider audience, and in packages that reect that accessibility. The most recent example of that effort is the launching of the Plant Lovers Guides, a new series about the plants that every gardener should know, grow, and love. Four new titles each spring will highlight the best varieties of a particular genus or group of plants, show how to design with them, and reveal tips and tricks for propagation and cultivation. With their beautiful packages and wealth of information, these books are must-haves for every gardener and plant lover. Every gardener and nature lover will want to own Living Landscape: Designing for Beauty and Biodiversity in the Home Garden. Two of our bestselling authors, Doug Tallamy and Rick Darke, have teamed up to show homeowners how to put the principles of Dougs seminal book Bringing Nature Home into practice. By following their advice, readers can help to slow the rate of species extinction and keep the earth the biodiverse home it needs to be for our survival. An easy way to increase biodiversity is to replace the lawn with a garden. Evelyn Hadden rst told us how in Beautiful No-Mow Yards. Now she is turning her attention to the last frontier of the landscape in Hellstrip Gardening: Create a Paradise Between the Sidewalk and the Curb. She shows how to reclaim this forgotten bit of real estate and make it a beautiful, bountiful, thriving part of the garden. All the excitement isnt just in the garden, either. We are introducing another new series, this one of regional foraging books that provide all the information readers need to nd the most avorful wild foods. With local experts leading the way, readers will be able to turn their backyards and the elds and forests beyond into a cornucopia of produce for the table. Our look has been renewed and refreshed, but the mission remains the same to share the wonder of the natural world with readers everywhere.

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HERBS & EDIBLES  GARDEN DESIgN ThE SUStAINABLE GARDEN  NAtIVE PLANtS PERENNIALS & ANNUALS  TREES, ShRUBS & VINES GRASSES & BAMBOOS  TROPICALS & SUCCULENtS  ORChIDS  BULBS  SPECIALtY PLANtS  GARDEN REFERENCE ARMChAIR GARDENINg  ARtS, CRAFtS, & INDOOR PLANtS PACIFIC NORthWESt

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INTRODUCING A GORGEOUS NEW SERIES

THE PLANT LOVERS GUIDES


What is it about plants that inspire such passion? What makes a person want to grow it, collect it, study it, or create new varieties? In The Plant Lovers Guides these questions are explored, answered, and celebrated. The series offers trusted information on a variety of popular plants written by an enthusiastic expert. Growing information, plant proles, and lists of plants for particular purposes are supported by a lush, photo-driven design that highlights the unique beauty of each plant.
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leaved varieties. er dahlia East Sussex, anoth Not far away in for dahlias. ping a passion guru began develo new varietered wonderful Sarah Raven uncov classics that were covered some At open days, ies re-dis these and folk h to get can be found on enoug their hands g. I was lucky and knees searching for cuttin varfor t rarities. perfec Nose to the ground, d with her theyon when I worke peer under the skirts of the her to know tiny owers for unusual . We soon series markion gardening ings and variations televis BBC in the . Sarah ious shade of green, inspired plants by the for these love shared a fun of nding a new ered characteristic discov andchamp vibrant dahlia ion natural to the huge variety of the species. much a done has hasOn the one hand, thecolour and she s,ower simple rich single is unmistakable: three ies in outer variet petals and three st crimson and inner the deepest, darke ones at the top, strappy leaves forbottom. nthe passio at On the other, both owers and leaves can vary enormously in size and shape to be broad or narrow, big or small. The inner petal is usually stamped with a green inverted V, but some have two marks or none, and some are solidly green, and the colour can sneak onto the outer petals, too. Snowdrops show variations in poise, pose, and size Galanthus nivalis f. pleniorus Blewbury Tart looks upward and the large owers of G. John Gray droop to the ground; G. S. Arnott can be up to 30 cm (1 ft.) tall. Galanthus plicatus Diggory is inated like a balloon, and G. Wasp has thin petals and insectoid striations. Fortunately, a lack of detailed knowledge is no barrier to enjoyment and, almost without exception, everyone likes snowdrops. They are just there, as they have always been; they require no specialist skills or equipment, and with gardens and shows to visit, their admirers do not even have to own any snowdrops themselves. As plants go, snowdrops are hugely accessible. They are also pleasantly easy-going. A few may be ill-tempered and difcult to grow, but most are satisfyingly vigorous, and the basic Galanthus nivalisthe snowdrop A green-and-whi te posy: My childhood valentine. responsible for the great sheets of white in woodlands and orchardsis extraordinarily unfussy. In gardens, snowdrops will thrive in grass, under trees, and in borders. They do well under winter-owe ring shrubs and alongside other early bulbs such as crocuses and irises. Sure, a spot of attention is appreciated a bit of feeding here, a bit of division thereand they will perform better for it, but even in a regimen of neglect they will still gently spread, owering reliably every year. As a collectors item, snowdrops lend themselves to modern living. They dont require any acreage, unlike cultivars of magnolias, apple trees, or even asters and their perennial ilk. Even a tiny garden can accommodate dozens
Galanthus nivalis runs riot in the woods at Welford Park.

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coating on the leaves that is easily rubbed off )to set off most anything. Their presence not only looks interesting and attractive juxtaposed with many other plants, but against nonplant parts of a garden like a walkway, a patio, rocks and stones, or other hard solid surfaces. Now lets look at some of the more common or popular uses rst. To oversimplify, sedums have two primary uses in the garden. The rst is as a border plant; the second is as a groundcover. Some sedums may be used both ways.

Border Sedums
The rst major use of sedums is as border plants. Here we are talking about the larger, upright-growing perennial types. These are in their glory in the fall, which is why they are sometimes called autumn sedums. Botanists have now set them apart in their own genus, Hylotelephium. The most familiar and popular one, of course, is Autumn Joy Hylotelephium Herbstfreude. This resilient plant has true four-season appeal, emerging in spring as a blue-green dome with toothed foliage, developing light green broccoli-like buds in mid to late summer, and turning pink to red in fall and nally to cinnamon brown as the ower fades to a dried stem by winter. All hylotelephiums follow this same cycle, though foliage and ower colors vary. You can make a gorgeous fall border vignetteas landscape designers term simple, effective plant combinationswith border sedums and other perennials that are at their best at that time of year. The rich shades of the owerheads and the oftencolorful leaves blend very well with plants of red, yellow, or purple owers or foliage. Alternatively, try a sedumsonly display, mixing a few closely related species or cultivars for a blend of colors. This tack results in a handsome, low-maintenance ribbon of color, or brings a multihued, tapestry-like look to a larger or broader bed. There are many outstanding choices nowadays and more coming out all the time, all of which create beautiful displays. The following are a few my favorite combinations, which you can follow or use as inspiration for your own compositions.

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THe Plant Lovers GUide to DaHlias


ANDY VERNON
Dahlias are the showgirls of the garden. Their colorful blooms, from purple, pink, and white to yellow, orange, and red, come in a huge variety of sizes and shapes. They are also a favorite cut ower, adding bright cheer and strong shape to an arrangement. The Plant Lovers Guide to Dahlias by Andy Vernon is packed with everything a gardener needs to know to grow these fantastic owers. The book includes tips on using dahlias in garden design, growth and propagation information, and lists of where to buy the plants and where to view them in public gardens. The bulk of the book is devoted to proles for over 200 varieties, organized by color, with information on type, height, and spread. Gorgeous photographs bring the plants to life.

April 2014 POB/Hardcover; 8 x 9" 256 pages; full-color throughout $24.95 US/ $31.95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-60469-416-1 Product Code: 689416

AndY Vernon is passionate about dahlias, incorporating them into every available planting opportunity in his garden. Trained as a horticulturist, Andy has worked at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, and at Botanic Park in the Cayman Islands. He lives in Birmingham, England, where his horticultural media consulting rm is aptly named Planet Dahlia. He has produced and directed popular television programs for BBC including Gardeners World and Gardener of the Year.

THe Plant Lovers GUide to Snowdrops


NAOMI SLADE
Snowdrops (whose Latin name is Galanthus) have a delicate, quiet beauty. Their white bell-shaped petals are striking alone and in a swath, and they are a harbinger of spring. Their popularity in North America is ever-growing as they become more readily available at garden centers and through mailorder catalogs. The Plant Lovers Guide to Snowdrops is the rst book to highlight this group of bulbs for a the home gardener. The book features proles of 60 hybrids, species, and cultivars, with information on owering time, distinguishing features, and ease of cultivation. In addition, it shows readers how to design with snowdrops, how to grow and propagate, and offers tips on where to see snowdrops in public gardens and where to buy them.

April 2014 POB/Hardcover; 8 x 9" 256 pages; full-color throughout $24.95 US/ $31.95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-60469-435-2 Product Code: 689435

Naomi Slade is a horticultural journalist with a lifelong interest in all things snowdrop. An avid gardener, trained biologist, and creative communicator, she skillfully blends practical gardening advice with scientically accurate information in this fresh and lively account of springs earliest blooming ower. Naomi lives in Berkshire, England, where she is seeking to establish masses of old and new snowdrops in her orchards and gardens.

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THe Plant Lovers GUide to SedUms


BRENT HORvATH
Sedums are owering perennials with succulent foliage that are easy to grow, available in hundreds of varieties, and gorgeous in gardens and containers. Their color changes dramatically with the seasonsin fall, they are rich and earthy while in summer their owers come in vibrant shades of pink and yellow. As interest in drought tolerant plants grows, sedums are becoming a go- to plant. The Plant Lovers Guide to Sedums offers gardeners everything they need to know about these beautiful gems. Plant proles highlight 150 of the best varieties to grow, with information on zones, plant size, soil and light needs, origin, and how theyre used in the landscape. Additional information includes designing with sedums, understanding sedums, growing and propagating, where to buy sedums, and where to see them in public gardens.
Brent HorvatH is a second-generation nurseryman and owner of Intrinsic Perennial Gardens, a wholesale nursery in Hebron, Illinois and a major supplier of sedums and greenroof plants in the midwestern United States. He actively breeds and introduces new sedums into the trade and currently has twelve plant patents, including four sedums with two more sedum patents pending. He earned a degree in ornamental horticulture from Oregon State University.

April 2014 POB/Hardcover; 8 x 9" 232 pages; full-color throughout $24.95 US/ $31.95CAN ISBN: 978-1-60469-392-8 Product Code: 689392

THe Plant Lovers GUide to Salvias


JOHN WHITTLESEY
Salvia is a family of owering plants that can be grown in all regions, either as perennials or annuals. The range of size, color, foliage, and hardiness within the genus is huge, with over 900 species and hundreds of hybrids. They are popular for the vibrancy of their blooms, available in shades ranging from white to deep violet that is almost black, and for their culinary and medicinal uses. The Plant Lovers Guide to Salvias offers gardeners everything they need to know to grow this vibrant and fragrant plant. Plant proles of 150 varieties highlight each plants type, habitat, and size; hardiness; and origin, cultivation, and use in the landscape. Additional information includes tips on design, how to grow and propagate salvia, where to view them in public gardens, and where to buy them.

April 2014 POB/Hardcover; 8 x 9" 220 pages; full-color throughout $24.95 US/ $31.95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-60469-419-2 Product Code: 689419

JoHn WHittleseY, owner of Canyon Creek Nursery and Design in Butte Valley, California, is a nurseryman, garden designer, landscape contractor, and avid amateur photographer. Canyon Creek Nurserys catalog had one of the rst extensive offerings of salvias in the country, and he continues to incorporate them generously into his gardens. John is a graduate of the California School of Garden Design.

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THE LIVING LANDSCAPE

Designing for Beauty and Biodiversity in the Home Garden


RICK DARKE AND DOUG TALLAMY
A home garden is often seen as separate from the natural world surrounding it. In truth, it is just one part of a larger landscape that is made up of many living layers. The replacement of the rich layers of native plants with turf grass greatly diminishes a gardens biological diversity and ecological function. The Living Landscape seeks to reverse this trend by showing gardeners how to create a beautiful landscape that is full of life. Written by Rick Darke and Doug Tallamy, two bestselling garden authors, it is the denitive guide to designing a beautiful, biodiverse home garden. The authors rst explain each layer of the landscape and what role the plants
RICK DARKE is a landscape design consultant, author, lecturer, and photographer based in Landenberg, Pennsylvania who blends art, ecology, and cultural geography in the creation and conservation of livable landscapes. Darke served on the staff of Longwood Gardens for twenty years, and in 1998 he received the Scientic Award of the American Horticultural Society. His work has been featured in the New York Times and on National Public Radio.

within them plays in the larger environment, from providing berries for birds, food for bugs, or a place for bees to pollinate. The authors then put this information into context and offer gardeners design strategies to implement into a home garden. Helpful charts offer suggested plants, including natives and non-natives, for each region. Doug Tallamys award-winning Bringing Nature Home revealed the pressing need for a biodiverse home landscape. In a gorgeously illustrated, inspirational, and practical way, The Living Landscape supports the important message by showing gardeners how to make it happen.
DOUG TALLAMY is currently Professor and Chair of the Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology at the University of Delaware in Newark, Delaware, where he has taught insect taxonomy, behavioral ecology, and other subjects. Chief among his research goals is to better understand the many ways insects interact with plants. Doug won the Silver Medal from the Garden Writers Association for his book, Bringing Nature Home.

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JUne 2014 Hardcover; 8 x 10" 352 pages, full-color throughout $34.95 US/ $44.95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-60469-408-6 Product Code: 689408

  Shows gardeners how

to create a beautiful, biodiverse landscape Explores the role of native  and non-native plants in a biodiverse, wildlife-friendly garden
  500 gorgeous photographs

capture how beautiful a sustainable home garden can be

Darke and Tallamy two of the leading voices in horticulture come together in this groundbreaking book on backyard biodiversity.
Also by the authors:

978-0-88192-955-3, 682955 $29.95 US/$37.95 CAN

978-0-88192-992-8, 682992 $17.95 US/$22.95 CAN

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marcH 2014 Paperback; 6 x 9" 248 pages, full-color throughout $24.95 US/ $31.95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-60469-452-9 Product Code: 689452

Highlights the best of lost   garden skills and explains how they are useful to modern gardeners
  Jenks is a gifted storyteller,

and he skillfully interweaves the stories of his myriad garden mentors with the skills they have taught him
  Gardeners interested in

sustainability and organic practices will embrace these eco-friendly and low-tech options
  Includes a foreword by

Deep-Rooted Wisdom
Skills and Stories from Generations of Gardeners
AUGUSTUS JENKINS FARMER
Augustus Jenkins Farmer (aka Jenks) started gardening in the third grade in a corner of the family farm lled with rocks, scrap metal, and crinum and spider lilies. He was free to dig, transplant, and design in any way he wanted by making do with what he had. Thirty years later, he continues to garden this way in his own gardens in Columbia and Beech Island, South Carolina. His style of gardening is in stark contrast to the gardening industrys steady stream of new products, new advertising, and new rules that create unneeded complexities that intimidate future gardeners and obscure the joy of gardening. Deep-Rooted Wisdom is Farmer's antidote to this corporate-driven model of gardening. In it he shares the traditional skills and techniques he has learned over the years from generations of gardeners, like gardening with pass-along plants, harnessing the natural power of worms and mushrooms, saving heirloom seeds, and making handmade garden structures out of available materials. Along the way the reader is introduced to a cast of unforgettable characters, like Yvrose Valdez, a woman from Haiti who uses legumes in lieu of fertilizer, and Bennett Baxely, who has a 20-acre yard lled almost entirely with scavenged plants. Deep-Rooted Wisdom is garden mentorship at its best and most honest. It is a personality-lled guide that shows home gardeners the way back to a more joyful, simple style of gardening.

famous southern gardener Felder Rushing, the author of Passalong Plants Of related interest:

978-1-60469-271-6, 689271 $14.95 US/$18.95 CAN

978-1-60469-363-8, 689363 $24.95 US/$31.95 CAN

AUgUstUs Jenkins Farmer's South Carolina-based nursery ships the crinum lily, a beloved plant of early American gardens, all over the country. Hes listed as one of Garden & Guns most interesting people and is regularly featured in Southern Living. Hes written for international journals, appeared in John Deere commercials around the world, and lectures across the US.

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JUlY 2014 Hardcover; 8 x 10" 300 pages, full-color throughout $29.95 US/ $37.95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-60469-434-5 Product Code: 689434

The rst book to make  shrubs the centerpiece of a garden Hundreds of shrub  combinations that gardeners can incorporate into their yards Shrubs are hardy, 

THe Creative SHrUb Garden


Eye-Catching Combinations for Long-Lasting Beauty
ANDY MCINDOE
Home gardeners know the key elements to a well-designed garden: perennials that bloom year after year, annuals that add a burst of color, and bulbs that guarantee spring owers. But what about shrubswhat role should these hardy plants play? The Creative Shrub Garden by Andy McIndoe puts the shrub in its rightful placefront and center. This groundbreaking approach shows gardeners how to make the most of the many benets of shrubs, including their hardiness, their year-long beauty, their size, and their low-maintenance nature, by making them the main element in a garden design. McIndoe teaches gardeners the basics rst, with tips on choosing shrubs based on a gardens size, determining soil and climate needs, and pruning and maintenance. He then offers hundreds of shrub combinations that work with fteen main garden styles, including coastal, cottage, Mediterranean, tropical, urban, and more. The Creative Shrub Garden celebrates a plant that is too often taken for granted and gives gardeners the condence to use shrubs in the design-forward treatment they deserve.

long-lasting, and their size helps to ll and shape a garden

Of related interest:

978-0-88192-901-0, 682901 $79.95 US/$100 CAN

AndY McIndoe is managing director of Hillier Nurseries and Garden Centres in Hampshire, England. As designer of the Hillier exhibit at the Chelsea Flower Show for more than two decades, he has upheld the companys unprecedented record of 68 consecutive gold medals at the show. His two-acre garden at Shereld English near Romsey is naturalistic in style with an extensive wildower meadow and informal planting.

978-0-88192-983-6, 682983 $34.95 US/$44.95 CAN

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HELLSTRIP GARDENING

Create a Paradise Between the Sidewalk and the Curb


EVELYN J.HADDEN PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOSHUA MCCULLOUGH
The hellstripthe space between a street and a public sidewalk, also known as a tree park, boulevard, meridian, and planting stripis nally getting the attention it deserves. Gardeners everywhere are taking advantage of the space to add curb appeal to their homes, expand the size of their gardens, and as an environmentally friendly way to conserve resources. Hellstrip Gardening by Evelyn J. Hadden, the author of the acclaimed Beautiful No-Mow Yards, is the rst book to show home gardeners how to reclaim this oft-ignored space. This comprehensive guide covers how to determine the city and Home Owners Association rules governing the area, how to choose plants that thrive in tough situations, how to design paths for accessibility, and much more. Gorgeous color photographs of curbside gardens across the country offer inspiration and visual guidance to gardeners who are ready to tackle this nal frontier. With Hellstrip Gardening in hand, they can nally create the paradise gardeners want in the most unexpected of places.
EVELYN J. HADDEN is a national speaker and awardwinning author of four gardening books, including Beautiful No-Mow Yards (Timber Press, 2012). She founded the informational website LessLawn.com in 2001 and is a founding member of the national Lawn Reform Coalition, a resource for earth-friendly lawn care and lawn alternatives. She lives in Plymouth, Minnesota

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APRIL 2014 Paperback; 8 x 9" 296 pages, full-color throughout $24.95 US/$31.95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-60469-332-4 Product Code: 689332

A hellstrip is the space between the sidewalk and the curb Offers ideas for the space on both sides of a driveway and the space between two homes Features hardworking information about regulations, growing conditions, and the best plants for the space

GIVES CURB APPEAL A WHOLE NEW MEANING!

Includes photographs of gorgeous hellstrip gardens from around the US

Also by the author:

$24.95 US/CAN $31.95 978-1-60469-238-9, 689238

EDIBLE YARD
FRONT
THE MOW-LESS, GROW-MORE PLAN
for a
BEAUTIFUL, BOUNTIFUL GARDEN

the

Ivette Soler

$19.95 US/CAN $24.95 978-1-60469-199-3, 689199

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JULY 2014 Paperback; 7 x 9" 320 pages, full-color throughout $24.95 US/$31.95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-60469-414-7 Product Code: 689414

  A greenhouse offers

gardeners the chance to extend their growing season and can be a relaxing retreat during cold winter months
  Features 70 edibles for

year-round harvest, 88 owering and foliage plants, maintenance advice, and propagation techniques
  Marshall's rst book,

How to Build Your Own Greenhouse (Storey Publishing) is a steady backlist seller with 37,000 copies in print Of related interest:

THe GreenHoUse Gardeners ManUal


ROGER MARSHALL
Imagine biting into a fresh, juicy tomato straight from the vine in the middle of winter. Or growing a huge collection of succulents and cacti in even the coldest parts of the world. Or relaxing, mid-snowstorm, in a warm room packed with colorful and fragrant owers, like orchids, fuchsias, and paperwhites. These are just a few of the benets a home greenhouse can offer. In The Greenhouse Gardeners Manual, Roger Marshall provides home gardeners with every tool and technique they need to successfully grow edibles and ornamentals in a wellmaintained greenhouse. Readers will learn how to choose the right greenhouse, how to create a healthy greenhouse environment, how to start seeds and propagate, and how to maintain their greenhouse. Marshall also offers plant proles with complete growing information for hundreds of edible and ornamental plants. Greenhouses offer gardeners a way to extend their growing season, a chance to increase their plant palette beyond the limits of their region, and a place of refuge. And with The Greenhouse Gardeners Manual in hand, they can do it with condence.

978-1-60469-188-7,689188 $19.95 US/$24.95 CAN

Roger MarsHall is the editor of Home Greenhouse magazine, the magazine of the Hobby Greenhouse Association, and a member of the Garden Writers Association, the Ocean State Orchid Association, and the Rhode Island Dahlia Society. He is also the author of How to Build Your Own Greenhouse (Storey Publishing, 2006). He lives in Jamestown, Rhode Island.

978-1-60469-364-5, 689364 $19.95 US/$24.95 CAN

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APRIL 2014 POB/Hardcover; 6 x 9" 224 pages, full-color throughout $24.95 US/ $31.95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-60469-546-5 Product Code: 689546

Reveals the meaning, origin, and pronunciation of Latin words Bird proles look in depth at specic genera, and spreads on great ornithologists reveal the fascinating stories of the

LATIN FOR BIRD LOVERS


Over 3,000 Bird Names Explored and Explained
DR.ROGER LEDERER & CAROL BURR
In every scientic discipline, there is an official language formed of words derived from Latin. Ornithology is a perfect example of how these words can be illuminating. Take Anas acuta, better known as the Northern Pintail, whose scientic name means sharp duck and refers to the male birds tail. Or pelagic (meaning of, related to, or occurring in the sea), an important term for ocean-focused bird lovers. Latin for Bird Lovers introduces the reader to over 3,000 Latin words used to describe birds. The words dene the identity and relationships among the approximately 10,000 known species. They identify genus and species names by color, pattern, or size; identify parts of the body; refer to the name of the person who discovered the bird; show where the bird is found; and detail its behavior. In short, they help birders better understand the birds they are viewing. The book also proles twelve great ornithologists and has in-depth features on 20 bird genera. The gorgeous package includes more than 200 color illustrations. Latin for Bird Lovers is for birdwatchers, nature lovers, and anyone interested in the meaning behind the words about birds.

people who found and named some of the most beloved birds More than 200 full-color bird illustrations make this a wonderful gift for any bird lover

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978-1-60469-409-3, 689409 $24.95 US/$31.95 CAN

DR. ROGER LEDERER is the Professor Emeritus of Biological Sciences at California State University, Chico. He has been featured on the BBC, National Geographic, and NPR. He maintains the popular website, www.ornithology.com. CAROL BURR has a PhD from Case Western Reserve University. Most recently she illustrated The Birds of Bidwell Park with her husband Dr. Roger Lederer.
978-1-60469-388-1, 689388 $24.95 US/$31.95 CAN

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INTRODUCING A NEW REGIONAL FORAGING SERIES


Foraging for local food is a growing trendfoodies and nature lovers everywhere are discovering the joy of nding and eating wild edible plants. This new series makes foraging accessible to everyone, from beginners looking for reliable advice to experienced foragers seeking new avors. Each guide includes proles of more than 100 of the tastiest and easy-to-nd varieties, multiple photographs that aid in identication, and seasonal lists of when and where to harvest.

PACIFIC NORTHWEST FORAGING


120 Wild and Flavorful Edibles from Alaska Blueberries to Wild Hazelnuts
DOUGLAS DEUR
The Pacic Northwest is packed with opportunities for nding foraged avor, with everything from huckleberries, bunchberries, currants, and thimbleberries to ddleheads, wild ginger, Japanese knotweed, and Indian potato. Pacic Northwest Foraging is a hardworking guide packed with detailed information and beautiful photography for the safe identication, responsible gathering, and simple preparation of more than 120 wild plants. Applicable to Oregon, Washington, southeastern Alaska, and British Columbia.

MAY 2014 Paperback; 6 x 9" 304 pages, full-color throughout $24.95 US/$31.95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-60469-352-2 Product Code: 689352

DOUGLAS DEUR is Senior Research Scientist at the University of Washingtons Pacic Northwest Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit and is an Associate Professor of Anthropology in the Department of Anthropology at Portland State University. He also serves as Adjunct Professor of Environmental Studies at the University of Victoria. He lives in Arch Cape, Oregon.

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CALIFORNIA FORAGING
JUDITH LARNER LOWRY

120 Wild and Flavorful Edibles from Huckleberries to Wild Ginger


The diversity of Californias terrain and climate are a foragers dream, with unique offerings from the coast, the mountains, the deserts, and everywhere in between. California Foraging highlights the 120 best wild edibles the state has to offer, from Coyote mint, Silverweed, and Woodland strawberry to Borage, Chia, and Fawn Lilly.

JULY 2014 Paperback; 6 x 9" 316 pages; full-color throughout $24.95 US/$31.95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-60469-420-8 Product Code: 689420

JUDITH LARNER LOWRY has been the proprietor of Larner Seeds, specialists in California native plants and seeds, for the last 35 years. Lowry is a longtime contributor to Orion magazine, BayNature magazine, and numerous other journals. She lives in Bolinas, California.

NORTHEAST FORAGING
LEDA MEREDITH

120 Wild and Flavorful Edibles from Beach Plums to Wineberries


The Northeast is an area rich and dense with edible wild foods, from the northern bayberry and saltbush found along the coast to the chickweed, ramps, nettles, and trout lilies found in woodland areas. Northeast Foraging proles 120 wild edibles and features detailed seasonal lists of where and when to harvest. Applicable to New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rode Island, Vermont, and Southeastern Canada.
MARCH 2014 Paperback; 6 x 9" 316 pages; full-color throughout $24.95 US/$31.95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-60469-417-8 Product Code: 689417 LEDA MEREDITH is an ethnobotanist, author of two previous books, and the food preservation guide for About.com. She holds a certicate in ethnobotany from the New York Botanical Garden, where she is the Gardening Program Coordinator for Adult Education. She is also an instructor at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden and an adjunct professor at Adelphi University. She lives in Brooklyn, New York. SPRING 2014

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maY 2014 Flexibind; 5 x 8" 448 pages, full-color throughout $27.95 US/$34.95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-60469-263-1 Product Code: 689263

  For Oregon, Washington,

British Columbia, and Northern California The Timber Press Field  Guide series has over 80,000 copies in print
  Regionally-focused guide

covers 568 varieties of trees and shrubs


  Accessibly written plant

entries include multiple photographs for aid in identication

Trees and SHrUbs of tHe Pacific NortHwest


A Timber Press Field Guide
MARK TURNER AND ELLEN KUHLMANN
The successful Timber Press Field Guide Series has over 80,000 copies in print and includes books on wildowers, insects, mushrooms, and wildlife. The newest edition focuses on the trees and shrubs that dene the region. In Trees and Shrubs of the Pacic Northwest Mark Turner and Ellen Kuhlmann cover 568 species of woody plants that can be found in Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, and northern California. This comprehensive guide features introductory chapters on the native landscape and plant entries that detail the family, scientic and common name, owering season, and size. Each entry includes color photographs of each plants habitat and distinguishing characteristics and a range map. Plant descriptions are clear and concise, and are accessible to the every reader. Trees and Shrubs of the Pacic Northwest is for hikers, nature lovers, plant geeks, and anyone who wants to know more about, and be able to identify, the many plants of the Pacic Northwest.

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MUSHROOMS
of the PACIFIC NORTHWEST
Steve Trudell & Joe Ammirati

timber press eld guide

978-0-88192-935-5, 682935 $27.95 US/$34.95 CAN

Mark TUrner is a professional photographer who specializes in gardens and native plant environments. He combines a strong sense of photographic design, attention to detail, curiosity about both native and garden plants, and more than 30 years of exploring native plants in their environments. He lives in Bellingham, Washington.

Ellen KUHlmann is a professional botanist with extensive experience with Northwest ora. She worked for the Forest Service for many years, and for the past several years has been Seeds of Success Project Manager for Rare Plant Care and Conservation. She lives in Bellingham, Washington.

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APRIL 2014 Paperback; 6 x 8" 224 pages, two-color throughout $16.95 US/$20.95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-60469-423-9 Product Code: 689423

Innovative programs, from designated bike-only areas at trafc signals to free bike lights, make riding in Portland practical for even new cyclists.Bicycling.com The 25 rides cover all quadrants of the city

PEDAL PORTLAND
TODD ROLL

and several surrounding suburbs Clear maps and turn-byturn instructions for 25 rides offer a casual, fun, and easy way to see the city

25 Easy Rides for Exploring the City by Bike

Portland is bicycle nirvana. The city itself is beautiful and fascinating, and the everexpanding bike infrastructure makes for safe and pleasant riding. And it is a city full of bicyclists: 40% of residents bike recreationally and nearly 10% commute on bike. No wonder Bicycling magazine regularly names it one of the top cities to bike in America. Pedal Portland celebrates the citys passion for pedaling in an accessible, fun, and familyfriendly way. It features 25 easy rides that explore the most interesting parts of the city, from northwest to northeast, southwest

to southeast, and the surrounding areas, like Beaverton and Vancouver. Each ride is accessible to anyone with a bikeincluding kids. The rides range from eight to twelve miles and many can be shortened by taking advantage of the citys bike-friendly public transportation. Each route has a scavenger hunt that hightlights the quirky and interesting sites along the way and includes tips on where to eat, drink, and stop to appreciate the view. Pedal Portland offers residents and visitors a fun and safe way to experience the city.

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BIRDS
OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST

MUST-SEE

85 Unforgettable Species, Their Fascinating Lives, and How to Find Them


SARAH SWANSON & MAX SMITH
Includes

8 WEEKEND BIRDING TRIPS

978-1-60469-337-9, 689337 $19.95 US/$24.95 CAN

TODD ROLL has been exploring by bike since he learned to ride on a logging road in Cottage Grove, Oregon, on a hand-me-down Schwinn. Roll started Pedal Bike Tours to provide visitors and locals alike the experience of the most bike-friendly large city in America. He can be found riding around town as slowly as possible on his city bike, exploring Portlands neighborhood cafs, bars and restaurants.
978-1-60469-325-6, 689325 $19.95 US/$24.95 CAN

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Such extraordinary detail that you feel youre glimpsing the garden from an insect's perspective. Sunset

This work brings Potter, as much as her garden, to life, as an energetic, sturdy soul. The New York Times

ISBN: 978-1-60469-318-8, No. 689318, $27.50/ $34.95 CAN

A delightful book and a wonderful resource. Garden Design Online

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The long-awaited masterwork by Americas greatest apple expert is an invaluable resource. The Los Angeles Times

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Whats Wrong With My Fruit Garden?


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

The Kitchen Gardeners Handbook


Design plans, seasonal checklists, fresh recipes, plant proles & growing tips, & owers for the table JENNIFER R. BARTLEY

Designing the New Kitchen Garden


An American potager handbook JENNIFER R. BARTLEY

The Family Kitchen Garden


How to plant, grow, and cook together KAREN LIEBREICH, JUTTA WAGNER & ANNETTE WENDLAND

Clear photographs to help gardener's diagnose specic problems and accompanying charts point to the appropriate, 100% organic solution. Includes 37 plants.
paperback, 7 5/8 x 9" 300 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2013 ISBN: 978-1-60469-358-4 Product No. 689358 hardcover: $34.95 CAN $44.95 ISBN: 978-1-60469-488-8 Product No. 689488

How to plant, grow, and harvest the best vegetables each season. Includes recipes, monthly garden chores, and eight garden designs.
paperback, 8 x 10" 224 pp, full color throughout $22.95 CAN$28.95 2010 ISBN: 978-0-88192-956-0 Product No. 682956 eISBN: 978-1-60469-273-0

Shows home gardeners how to adapt the traditional features of a classic kitchen garden for contemporary needs and conditions.
hardcover, 8 x 10" 222 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2006 ISBN: 978-0-88192-772-6 Product No. 682772

Includes tips on gardening with kids, a month-by-month guide to sowing, planting, and harvesting, detailed plant proles, and seasonal recipes.
exibind, 7 x 9" 224 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2009 ISBN: 978-1-60469-050-7 Product No. 689050

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Selection of the GoodCook and HomeStyle Book Clubs

Whats Wrong With My Vegetable Garden?


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

The Berry Growers Companion


BARBARA L. BOWLING

The Organic Backyard Vineyard


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

Fruit Trees in Small Spaces


Abundant harvests from your own backyard COLBY EIERMAN

Teaches gardeners how to identify the problem and offers the organic solution. Includes detailed growing information for 45 edible plants.
paperback, 7 5/8 x 9" 336 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-184-9 Product No. 689184 See page 53 for What's Wrong With My Plant?

Includes plant lists and cultivation tips for blueberries, brambles, grapes, strawberries, and more. For small market growers and experienced home gardeners.
paperback, 6 x 9" 308 pp, color insert $19.95 CAN$24.95 2005 ISBN: 978-0-88192-726-9 Product No. 682726

Shows how to design and build a vineyard, select grapes for each region, and maximize yield using organic maintenance techniques.
paperback, 8 x 9" 176 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2012 ISBN: 978-1-60469-285-3 Product No. 689285 eISBN: 978-1-60469-407-9

How to select, prune, train, and maintain fruit trees, along with inspiring design ideas for small spaces and creative recipes.
paperback, 8 x 9" 256 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-190-0 Product No. 689190 eISBN: 978-1-60469-391-1

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These regionally specic growing guides include month-by-month advice on sowing, planting, and harvesting along with an A-to-Z reference of the 50 best vegetables, fruits, and herbs for each region.
BEST SELLER

THE TIMBER PRESS GUIDES TO VEGETABLE GARDENING IN . . .


The Northeast
MARIE IANNOTTI

The Mountain States


MARY ANN NEWCOMER

The Southeast
IRA WALLACE

The Pacic Northwest


LORENE EDWARDS FORKNER

Know Your Zone

For CT, DE, ME, MA, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VT, and the southernmost parts of Ontario, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Quebec.
paperback, 7 x 9" 256 pp, 2-color w/ illustrations $19.95 CAN$24.95 2014 ISBN: 978-1-60469-421-5 Product No. 689421 6-copy counter display $119.70 CAN$149.70 ISBN: 978-1-60469-505-2 Product No. 689505

For CO, ID, MT, northern NV, eastern OR, UT, WY, and the southernmost parts of Alberta and Saskatchewan.
paperback, 7 x 9" 256 pp, 2-color w/ illustrations $19.95 CAN$24.95 2014 ISBN: 978-1-60469-427-7 Product No. 689427 6-copy counter display $119.70 CAN$149.70 ISBN: 978-1-60469-504-5 Product No. 689504

For AL, AK, FL, GA, KY, LA, MD, MI, NC, SC, TN, and WV.
paperback, 7 x 9" 256 pp, 2-color w/ illustrations $19.95 CAN$24.95 2013 ISBN: 978-1-60469-371-3 Product No. 689371 6-copy counter display $119.70 CAN$149.70 ISBN: 978-1-60469-503-8 Product No. 689503

For western OR, WA, northern CA, and British Columbia


paperback, 7 x 9" 256 pp, 2-color w/ illustrations $19.95 CAN$24.95 2013 ISBN: 978-1-60469-351-5 Product No. 689351 6-copy counter display $119.70 CAN$149.70 ISBN: 978-1-60469-502-1 Product No. 689502

ell Grow W

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The Speedy Vegetable Garden


MARK DIACONO & LIA LEENDERTZ

The Beginners Guide to Growing Heirloom Vegetables


The 100 easiest-to-grow, tastiest vegetables for your garden MARIE IANNOTTI

The Edible Front Yard


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

The Vegetable Gardener's Guide to Permaculture


Creating an edible ecosystem CHRISTOPHER SHEIN WITH JULIE THOMPSON

Highlights 50 quick crops, with complete information on how to sow, grow, and harvest. Also includes more than 50 recipes.
paperback, 8 x 8" 208 pp, full color throughout $18.95 CAN$23.95 2013 ISBN: 978-1-60469-326-3 Product No. 689326

Features detailed growing information and avor proles for 100 heirloom vegetables and the stories behind each unique variety.
paperback, 7 x 9" 288 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-188-7 Product No. 689188 eISBN: 978-1-60469-384-3

Shows how to combine edibles and ornamentals into a beautiful, productive front garden. Includes design advice, plant picks, and maintenance.
paperback, 8 x 10" 216 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-199-3 Product No. 689199 eISBN: 978-1-60469-290-7

Everything a vegetable gardener needs to implement permaculture principles: how to build healthy soil, create a food garden, and more.
paperback, 8 x 10" 268 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2013 ISBN: 978-1-60469-270-9 Product No. 689270 eISBN: 978-1-60469-540-3

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Apples of North America


192 exceptional varieties for gardeners, growers, and cooks TOM BURFORD

The Complete Book of Garlic


A guide for gardeners, growers, and serious cooks TED JORDAN MEREDITH

Taming the Trufe


The history, lore, and science of the ultimate mushroom IAN R. HALL, GORDON T. BROWN, & ALESSANDRA ZAMBONELLI

The Complete Chile Pepper Book


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

Portraits of 192 apple varieties include growing information and tasting notes. Also includes tips on preserving, fermenting, and cooking techniques.
hardcover, 8 x 9" 300 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2013 ISBN: 978-1-60469-249-5 Product No. 689249 eISBN: 978-1-60469-555-7

Includes proles of nearly 150 cultivars, along with chapters covering natural history, taxonomy, cultivation, cuisine, culture, and curing and storage.
hardcover, 8 x 10" 332 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-883-9 Product No. 682883

Describes commercial trufes in detail, along with information on host plants, natural habitats, cultivation, maintenance, pests and diseases, and harvesting.
hardcover, 6 x 9" 304 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-860-0 Product No. 682860

Proles of 100 popular chile varieties include information on growing, pests and diseases, harvesting, and preservation. Features 85 chilefocused recipes.
hardcover, 8 x 8" 336 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-920-1 Product No. 682920 eISBN: 978-1-60469-139-9

Your Own Small-Space Edible Garden

Simple Solutions for Creating

NA P S RS A G U D S AN IE S B E RR W A S TR

The Complete Book of Potatoes


WHAT EVERY GROWER AND GARDENER NEEDS TO KNOW

With photographs by Jackie Connelly

Founder of the blog Heavy Petal

Andrea Bellamy

HIELKE DE JONG JOSEPH B. SIECZKA WALTER DE JONG

Sugar Snaps and Strawberries


Simple solutions for creating your own small-space edible garden ANDREA BELLAMY

Uncommon Fruits for Every Garden


LEE REICH

Growing Citrus
The essential gardeners guide MARTIN PAGE

The Complete Book of Potatoes


What every grower and gardener needs to know HIELKE DE JONG, JOSEPH B. SIECZKA, & WALTER DE JONG

Advice for having an abundant edible garden in a small space. Includes design tips, growing advice, and 65 plant proles.
paperback, 738 x 9" 224 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-124-5 Product No. 689124 eISBN: 978-1-60469-292-1

A detailed guide to growing 23 unusual fruits at home, including juneberries, beach plums, lingonberries, cornelian cherries, and more.
paperback, 6 x 9" 308 pp, color insert $16.95 CAN$20.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-944-7 Product No. 682944 eISBN: 978-1-60469-163-4

Describes how to grow fruit trees in all climates and how to tend to trees in pots, gardens, and greenhouses.
hardcover, 7 5/8 x 9" 192 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-906-5 Product No. 682906 eISBN: 978-1-60469-152-8

Practical and technical information about the potato plant, its origin, conventional and organic production techniques, pest management, and storage practices.
hardcover, 7 5/8 x 9" 260 pp, color insert $34.95 CAN$44.95 2011 ISBN: 978-0-88192-999-7 Product No. 682999 eISBN: 978-1-60469-307-2

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GARDENING WITH HERBS


BEST SELLER

The Encyclopedia of Herbs


A comprehensive reference to herbs of avor and fragrance ARTHUR O. TUCKER & THOMAS DEBAGGIO

Lavender
The growers guide VIRGINIA MCNAUGHTON

The Lavender Lovers Handbook


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

A comprehensive approach to every aspect of growing, identifying, harvesting, preserving, and using more than 500 species of herbs.
hardcover, 7 x 9" 604 pp, line drawings throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-994-2 Product No. 682994 eISBN: 978-1-60469-134-4
Library Journals Best Reference Award

Proles of 200 lavender species and varieties, with additional information on cultivation, propagation, pests and diseases, and botanical history.
paperback, 758 x 9" 180 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2010 ISBN: 978-1-60469-125-2 Product No. 689125

Highlights 100 stunning lavender varieties, with information on color, fragrance, and pruning. Includes harvesting, cooking, and crafting with lavender.
hardcover, 7 x 9" 192 pp, full color throughout $27.95 CAN$34.95 2012 ISBN: 978-1-60469-221-1 Product No. 689221 eISBN: 978-1-60469-399-7
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

Packed with history, information, and wonderful stories, this timely book will keep you entertained and well fed.
BARBARA FAIRCHILD, former editor-in-chief, Bon Appetit Magazine

HEIRLOOM BEAN GROWERS GUIDE


STEVE SANDOS 50 FAVORITE VARIETIES

The

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N AT I V E AM E R I C AN FOOD P LA N T S
A N ET H NOBOTA N IC A L DIC T IONA RY

NEW

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

DA N I E L E . MOE R M A N

The Rancho Gordo Heirloom Bean Growers Guide


Steve Sandos 50 favorite varieties STEVE SANDO

Food Plants of the World


An illustrated guide BEN-ERIK VAN WYK

Native American Food Plants


An ethnobotanical dictionary DANIEL E. MOERMAN

The Manual of Seed Saving


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

Features 50 heirloom beans with growing information and avor proles. Also includes bean history and botany and 15 recipes.
paperback, 7 x 9" 180 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-102-3 Product No. 689102 eISBN: 978-1-60469-310-2

Comprehensive proles of over 350 food plants, including cereals, legumes, nuts, seeds, fruits, vegetables, herbs, sugar plants, beverages, and spices.
hardcover, 6 x 9" 480 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2005 ISBN: 978-0-88192-743-6 Product No. 682743

This dictionary documents the food uses of 1,500 plants by 220 Native American tribes from early times to the present.
hardcover, 6 x 9" 456 pp, line drawings throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2010 ISBN: 978-1-60469-189-4 Product No. 689189
Choice Magazine Outstanding Academic Book

How to maximize seed quality and yield for 100 crop plants. Includes detailed information on pollination, cultivation, harvest, and storage.
hardcover, 7 x 9" 344 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2012 ISBN: 978-1-60469-382-9 Product No. 689382 eISBN: 978-1-60469-556-4

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GARDEN DESIGN

Landscaping for Privacy


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

Small-Space Container Gardens


Transform your balcony, porch, or patio with fruits, owers, foliage, and herbs FERN RICHARDSON

The Encyclopedia of Container Plants


More than 500 outstanding choices for gardeners RAY ROGERS & ROB CARDILLO

Pots in the Garden


Expert design and planting techniques RAY ROGERS

Creative design ideas for making a more personal outdoor space. Plant lists detail varieties that enhance a sense of privacy.
paperback, 8 x 9" 156 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-123-8 Product No. 689123 eISBN: 978-1-60469-374-4

Practical and creative design solutions for container gardening in a small space. Includes plant choices, styling advice, and maintenance tips.
paperback, 8 x 11" 188 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-241-9 Product No. 689241 eISBN: 978-1-60469-389-8

Proles more than 500 outstanding container plants with information on height and spread, growing requirements, key design attributes, and propagation.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 344 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2010 ISBN: 978-0-88192-962-1 Product No. 682962
Garden Writers Association Silver Award Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

Explores the basic design principles of using containers outdoors, with tips on creating focal points, using water features, and more.
hardcover, 8 x 9" 248 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-834-1 Product No. 682834 eISBN: 978-1-60469-165-8
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

contemporary color in the landscape


top designers
|

andrew wilson

inspiring ideas

new combinations

The Essential Garden Design Workbook


Second edition ROSEMARY ALEXANDER

The Essential Garden Maintenance Workbook


ROSEMARY ALEXANDER

Contemporary Color in the Landscape


ANDREW WILSON

From Art to Landscape


Unleashing creativity in garden design W. GARY SMITH

A workbook-style approach to planning a garden, including how to survey a site, choose landscaping materials, and develop planting schemes.
exibind, 758 x 9 58" 304 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-975-1 Product No. 682975 eISBN: 978-1-60469-143-6

A workbook-style approach to maintaining a garden, including how to prune, manage soil, move plants, cope with weeds, and more.
exibind, 758 x 9 58 384 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2006 ISBN: 978-0-88192-783-2 Product No. 682783

Top designers, inspiring ideas, new combinations

Showcases how leading garden and landscape designers are using color in inspiring and innovative designs. For design professionals and students.
hardcover, 8 x 10" 280 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2011 ISBN: 978-0-88192-996-6 Product No. 682996 eISBN: 978-1-60469-302-7

Explores how garden designers and landscape architects use art, including drawing, painting, poetry and sculpture, to inspire their garden design.
hardcover, 8 x 10" 300 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2010 ISBN: 978-0-88192-973-7 Product No. 682973
American Horticultural Society Book Award Living Now Book Award

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BEST SELLER

NEW

Planting The Professional Designer's Guide to Garden Furnishings


VANESSA GARDNER NAGEL

The American Meadow Garden


Creating a natural alternative to the traditional lawn JOHN GREENLEE

The Know Maintenance Perennial Garden


ROY DIBLIK

A new perspective PIET OUDOLF & NOEL KINGSBURY

Includes information on how furnishings are linked to architecture; tips for choosing furnishings; and a survey of sixteen popular styles.
hardcover/POB, 8 x 9" 304 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2013 ISBN: 978-1-60469-293-8 Product No. 689293

This guide details site preparation, plant selection, and maintenance of ornamental grasses. With gorgeous photographs by Saxon Holt.
hardcover, 1018 x 1018" 280 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-871-6 Product No. 682871 eISBN: 978-1-60469-132-0
Garden Writers Association Gold Award

A simplied approach to garden design made up of hardy, beautiful plants grown on a 10x14 foot grid. Includes 62 plans.
paperback, 9 x 11" 240 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2012 ISBN: 978-1-60469-334-8 Product No. 689334 Also available in hardcover: $34.95 CAN$44.95 ISBN: 978-1-60469-494-9 Product No. 689494

The rst design book to share Oudolfs plant charts and design plans. A directory details the life expectancy and ability to spread and self-seed for 237 plants.
hardcover, 8 x 10" 280 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2013 ISBN: 978-1-60469-370-6 Product No. 689370

BEST SELLER

The Layered Garden


Design lessons for year-round beauty from Brandywine cottage

Understanding Garden Design


The complete handbook for aspiring designers VANESSA GARDNER NAGEL, APLD

American Home Landscapes


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

Plant-Driven Design
Creating gardens that honor plants, place, and spirit SCOTT OGDEN & LAUREN SPRINGER OGDEN

DAVID L. CULP WITH ADAM LEVINE

An overview of the entire design process, from determining client needs to working with contractors. For students and inexperienced designers.
hardcover, 8 x 10 236 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2010 ISBN: 978-0-88192-943-0 Product No. 682943 eISBN: 978-1-60469-256-3
One of the Booklist Top Ten Crafts and Gardening Titles of 2010

A comprehensive, illustrated guide to recreating a historical landscape design that is adapted to meet the needs of modern clients.
hardcover/POB, 8 x 10" 304 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2013 ISBN: 978-1-60469-040-8 Product No. 689040

Shows how to create designs where plants are the dominant feature. Supported by extensive lists of plants for specic purposes.
hardcover, 9 x 10" 284 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-877-8 Product No. 682877 eISBN: 978-1-60469-159-7
American Horticultural Society Book Award

This lushly illustrated guide shows gardeners how to layer plants for yearround beauty. Incudes design tips, extensive plant proles, and gorgeous photos from Brandywine Cottage.
hardcover, 7 x 11" 312 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2012 ISBN: 978-1-60469-236-5 Product No. 689236 eISBN: 978-1-60469-450-5
Garden Writers Association Gold Award Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

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GARDEN DESIGN

Designing and Renovating Larger Gardens


DOUGLAS COLTART

Big Gardens in Small Spaces


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

The Collectors Garden


KEN DRUSE

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

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

Practical instructions, case studies, and photos of spacious gardens help designers tackle gardens a third of an acre and larger.
hardcover, 738 x 10 38" 168 pp, full color throughout 86 line drawings $34.95 CAN$44.95 2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-824-2 Product No. 682824

Creative solutions for gardening in a small space, like gardening in corners, on rooftops, and in the cracks of pavement.
hardcover, 758 x 9" 220 pp, full color throughout $27.95 CAN$34.95 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-907-2 Product No. 682907

Studies of 28 gardens throughout the world show how gardeners can maintain quality design while maintaining a plant-driven focus.
paperback, 8 x 11" 256 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2004 ISBN: 978-0-88192-660-6 Product No. 682660
American Horticultural Society Book Award

Little and Lewis reveal the secrets behind their renowned garden in the Puget Sound.
paperback, 9 x 10" 176 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-914-0 Product No. 682914
Garden Writers Association Silver Award

Showcases a wide range of innovative gardens, both large and small, in which children can play, learn, and experience nature.
paperback, 8 x 10" 180 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-843-3 Product No. 682843

Designing with Grasses


NEIL LUCAS

Prairie-Style Gardens
Capturing the essence of the American prairie wherever you live LYNN M. STEINER

The Self-Sustaining Garden


The guide to matrix planting PETER THOMPSON

Gardening with Shape, Line and Texture


A plant design sourcebook LINDEN HAWTHORNE

Fearless Color Gardens


The creative gardeners guide to jumping off the color wheel KEEYLA MEADOWS

Features design advice for a variety of garden situations and a directory of more than 450 grasses, rushes, and sedges.
hardcover, 758 x 9" 276 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2010 ISBN: 978-0-88192-983-6 Product No. 682983 eISBN: 978-1-60469-298-3

Advice on how to use prairie plants in a variety of situations, and a comprehensive directory with hundreds of plants.
hardcover, 7 x 9 304 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2010 ISBN: 978-1-60469-003-3 Product No. 689003

Shares the principles of matrix planting with specic applications and shows how to turn them into a strong, sustainable garden.
hardcover, 7 x 978" 192 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-837-2 Product No. 682837

Emphasizes the key role that size and shape play in garden design. Includes a directory of plants organized by shape.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 280 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-888-4 Product No. 682888 eISBN: 978-1-60469-135-1

Keeyla Meadows shares the unique vision behind her famously exuberant garden and helps gardeners apply the style to their space.
hardcover, 8 x 10" 180 pp, full color throughout $27.95 CAN$34.95 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-940-9 Product No. 682940 eISBN: 978-1-60469-129-0

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BEST SELLER
Cinnamon Fern Floss Flower of American holly (Ilex opaca).
American robin feeding on the berries

Caster Oil Plant Peony seeds of the cup plant (Silphium perfoliatum).

Male American goldnch feeding on the

Fountain Grass

FOR THE

Gardening

Birds
Hundreds of native plant profiles

T How to S ELLER Create a Bird-Friendly Backyard

BES

BEST SELLER

GA R DE NI NG FOR T H E BI R DS

RUTH ROGERS CLAUSEN

50 Beautiful Deer-Resistant Plants

BRINGING BIRDS HOME

GEORGE ADAMS

Watching the swooping mating dance of a rubythroated hummingbird or listening to the melodic whistle of a lark bunting puts us in touch with nature in a way that is often missing from our daily lives. Birds bring color, movement, and song to the garden and take away insect pests. You may already have a bird feeder in your yard, but you can attract a far wider range of species, and Male American goldnch perched on common sunThe Prettiest Annuals, Perennials, they will stay longer, if you create a bird-friendly ower (Helianthus annuus). landscape. Bulbs, and Shrubs that Deer Dont Eat Gardening for the Birds shows you how. The right native plants, arranged to mimic natural ecosystems, will provide birds with food, water, shelter, and PHOTOGRAPHY BY ALAN L. DETRICK nesting places. Instead of just visiting your garden to snack, they will call it home. With hundreds of native plants, extensive seasonal bloom and fruiting charts, and the techniques for creating a balanced ecosystem, this book helps you George Adams is an avid turn any space from a small, urban terrace to a large birdwatcher, a landscape suburban yard into a home for a fascinating variety designer, a wildlife artist, of birds. and a photographer.
Front cover photos by Marie Read (left), George Adams (right), and Deb Merritt (center) Back cover photos by Bryan Matthew (left) and Deborah Allen (right) Drawing by George Adams Cover design by Union Page Works For details on other Timber Press books and to sign up for our newsletters, please visit our website, timberpress.com. US$24.95
ISBN-13: 978-1-60469-409-3 EAN

Tips for providing food, shelter, water, and nesting sites Detailed descriptions of birds from every region in North America

ADAMS

Gardening Nature Animals Birds

This book will put you on the road to supporting and enjoying the life around you.

DOUGLAS W. TALLAMY, author of Bringing Nature Home

The New Low-Maintenance Garden


VALERIE EASTON

50 Beautiful Deer-Resistant Plants


The prettiest annuals, perennials, bulbs, and shrubs that deer dont eat RUTH ROGERS CLAUSEN

Gardening for the Birds


How to create a bird-friendly backyard GEORGE ADMS

Free-Range Chicken Gardens


How to create a beautiful, chicken-friendly yard JESSI BLOOM

Inspiring proles and photographs of real gardens highlight the skills, techniques, hardscape, and plants needed for a low-maintenance space.
paperback, 8 x 9" 284 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2009 ISBN: 978-1-60469-166-5 Product No. 689166 eISBN: 978-1-60469-136-8
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

The best deer-proof annuals, perennials, bulbs, ferns, grasses, and shrubs; growing information; dozens of plant companions; and smart design tips.
paperback, 7 x 9" 224 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-195-5 Product No. 689195 eISBN: 978-1-60469-320-1

Features hundreds of native plants, extensive seasonal bloom and fruiting charts, bird proles, and techniques for creating a balanced ecosystem.
paperback, 7 x 9" 400 pp, full color throughout 75 drawings, 66 maps $24.95 CAN$31.95 2013 ISBN: 978-1-60469-409-3 Product No.689409

Includes basic chicken care, design plans for chicken-friendly gardens, tips on attractive fencing options, and the best and worst plants.
paperback, 8 x 9" 224 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-237-2 Product No. 689237 eISBN: 978-1-60469-383-6

TRACY DISABATO-AUST

BEST SELLER

The Well-Designed Mixed Garden The Nonstop Garden


A step-by-step guide to smart plant choices and four-season designs STEPHANIE COHEN & JENNIFER BENNER Building beds and borders with trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals, and bulbs TRACY DISABATO-AUST

50 High-Impact, Low-Care Garden Plants


TRACY DISABATO-AUST

The Well-Tended Perennial Garden


Planting & pruning techniques Expanded edition TRACY DISABATO-AUST

Shows how to design a gorgeous year-round garden with trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals, and edibles. Includes 10 simple design plans.
paperback, 8 x 10" 248 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2010 ISBN: 978-0-88192-951-5 Product No. 682951

A lushly illustrated master class on design fundamentals, with an emphasis on site evaluation, color theory, and planning for maintenance.
paperback, 10 x 11" 460 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-967-6 Product No. 682967

50 easy and durable plants that help home gardeners make beautiful outdoor spaces with a minimum level of maintenance.
paperback, 7 x 9" 168 pp, full color throughout $16.95 CAN$20.95 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-950-8 Product No. 682950
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

Details the essential practices of perennial care, such as deadheading, pinching, and thinning. Also includes an A-to-Z of important perennial species.
hardcover, 738 x 10 38" 384 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2006 ISBN: 978-0-88192-803-7 Product No. 682803 eISBN: 978-1-60469-299-0
More than 190,000 in print

6-copy counter display $101.70 CAN$125.70 ISBN: 978-0-88192-969-0 Product No. 682969

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THE SUSTAINABLE GARDEN

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

Edmund C. Snodgrass and Linda McIntyre

GREEN ROOF
MANUAL
A Professional Guide to Design, Installation, and Maintenance

THE

The Professional Design Guide to Green Roofs


KARLA DAKIN, LISA LEE BENJAMIN & MINDY PANTIEL

Small Green Roofs


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

The Green Roof Manual


A professional guide to design, installation, and maintenance EDMUND C. SNODGRASS & LINDA MCINTYRE

An exploration of the aesthetics of rooftop garden design and the process behind it. For landscape architects and garden designers.
hardcover, 8 x 10" 312 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2013 ISBN: 978-1-60469-312-6 Product No. 689312

Forty illustrated proles of small and domesticscale green roof designs, with details on design, construction, installation, care, and maintenance.
paperback, 8 x 9" 256 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-059-0 Product No. 689059 eISBN: 978-1-60469-308-9
American Horticultural Society Book Award

A complete professional guide to the structure, function, horticulture, and logistics of green roofs. Includes surveys of completed projects worldwide.
hardcover, 738 x 9" 296 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2010 ISBN: 978-1-60469-049-1 Product No. 689049 eISBN: 978-1-60469-257-0

Planting Green Roofs and Living Walls


Revised and updated edition NIGEL DUNNETT & NOL KINGSBURY

Green Roof Plants


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

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

Creating Rain Gardens


Capturing the rain for your own water-efcient garden CLEO WOELFLE-ERSKINE & APRYL UNCAPHER

Techniques for designing, implementing, and maintaining a green roof or living wall, with lists of plants suitable for different climates.
hardcover, 758 x 9" 336 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-911-9 Product No. 682911

Proles over 200 species and cultivars, with information on moisture needs, heat tolerance, hardiness, bloom color, foliage characteristics, and height.
hardcover, 6 x 9" 204 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2006 ISBN: 978-0-88192-787-0 Product No. 682787

A comprehensive guide to water management techniques for gardens and landscapes, with practical solutions for small and large-scale spaces.
hardcover, 758 x 9" 188 pp, full color throughout 41 line drawings $34.95 CAN$44.95 2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-826-6 Product No. 682826

Step-by-step instructions for building rain gardens for home gardens, along with information on soil health, plant choices, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
paperback, 8 x 9" 208 pp, 2 color with line illustrations $24.95 CAN$31.95 2012 ISBN: 978-1-60469-240-2 Product No. 689240 eISBN: 978-1-60469-397-3

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THE SUSTAINABLE GARDEN

SUSTAINABLE GARDENING METHODS


BEST SELLER BEST SELLER

NEW

How to Eradicate Invasive Plants


TERI DUNN CHACE

Teaming with Microbes


The organic gardeners guide to the soil food web Revised Edition JEFF LOWENFELS & WAYNE LEWIS

Teaming with Nutrients


The organic gardeners guide to optimizing plant nutrition JEFF LOWENFELS

Shows how to recognize invasive plants and offers eradication options, from organic options to the most responsible ways to use chemicals.
paperback, 6 x 9" 332 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2013 ISBN: 978-1-60469-306-5 Product No. 689306 eISBN: 978-1-60469-532-8

Thoroughly explains the importance of the soil food web and shows gardeners how to use compost, mulches, and compost tea.
hardcover, 6 x 9" 220 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2010 ISBN: 978-1-60469-113-9 Product No. 689113 eISBN: 978-1-60469-254-9
Garden Writers Association Gold Award

Explains the role of both macronutrients and micronutrients and shows gardeners how to provide these essentials through organic, easy-to-follow techniques.
hardcover, 6 x 9" 250 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2013 ISBN: 978-1-60469-314-0 Product No. 689314 eISBN: 978-1-60469-517-5

BEST SELLER

The New American Landscape


Leading voices on the future of sustainable gardening EDITED BY THOMAS CHRISTOPHER

Waterwise Plants for Sustainable Gardens


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

Beautiful No-Mow Yards


50 amazing lawn alternatives EVELYN J. HADDEN

Fourteen important voices in the world of sustainable gardening come together to reconsider the future of home gardens in America.
hardcover, 7 x 9" 256 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-186-3 Product No. 689186 eISBN: 978-1-60469-304-1

Two hundred proles show where the droughttolerant plant is best adapted, its light and water needs, soil preference, and mature size.
paperback, 7 x 9" 248 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-169-6 Product No. 689169 eISBN: 978-1-60469-336-2

Showcases dozens of inspiring, eco-friendly alternatives to the demanding lawn, along with plant recommendations of the best alternative ground covers.
paperback, 8 x 9" 288 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-238-9 Product No. 689238 eISBN: 978-1-60469-390-4

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THE SUSTAINABLE GARDEN

GARDENING FOR BIODIVERSITY


BEST SELLER

NEW

The Naturescaping Workbook Bringing Nature Home


How you can sustain wildlife with native plants DOUGLAS W. TALLAMY

Attracting Benecial Bugs to Your Garden


A natural approach to pest control JESSICA WALLISER

A step-by-step guide for bringing nature to your backyard BETH ODONNELL YOUNG

Explores the relationship between gardens and wildlife and the importance of biodiversity. Includes lists of native plants for specic regions.
paperback, 6 x 9" 360 pp, full color throughout $17.95 CAN$22.95 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-992-8 Product No. 682992 eISBN: 978-1-60469-146-7
Garden Writers Association Silver Award

Nineteen bug proles, thirty-nine plant proles, and suggested companion plants show gardeners how to control pests in a natural way.
paperback, 8 x 9" 256 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2013 ISBN: 978-1-60469-388-1 Product No. 689388

Helps home gardeners build a backyard biohabitat, create a landscape plan, attract wildlife, build healthy soil, and steward the land.
paperback, 8 x 10" 224 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-118-4 Product No. 689118 eISBN: 978-1-60469-360-7

Keeping Bees in Towns and Cities


LUKE DIXON

Insects and Gardens


In pursuit of a garden ecology ERIC GRISSELL

Bees, Wasps, and Ants


The indispensable role of hymenoptera in gardens ERIC GRISSELL

High-Impact, Low-Carbon Gardening


1001 ways to garden sustainably ALICE BOWE

Everything an aspiring beekeeper needs to know: how to select the perfect hive, buy bees, care for a colony, and harvest honey.
paperback, 7 x 9" 184 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2012 ISBN: 978-1-60469-287-7 Product No. 689287 eISBN: 978-1-60469-449-9

An insightful account of insect biology supported by gorgeous photographs that illustrate the vital interdependence between insects and plants.
paperback, 6 x 9" 345 pp, color insert $19.95 CAN$24.95 2006 ISBN: 978-0-88192-768-9 Product No. 682768
American Horticultural Society Book Award Garden Writers Association Garden Globe Award New York Times Editors Choice Best Books for Gardening

Explores the importance of the Hymenoptera and explains how gardeners can encourage (or discourage) them in their gardens.
hardcover, 6 x 9" 336 pp, color insert $27.95 CAN$34.95 2010 ISBN: 978-0-88192-988-1 Product No. 682988
American Horticultural Society Book Award

Evaluates different materials and techniques to help identify the greenest solutions and offers thousands of ideas for gardening sustainably.
paperback, 8 x 9" 264 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2011 ISBN: 978-0-88192-998-0 Product No. 682998 eISBN: 978-1-60469-311-9
Living Now Book Award

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NATIVE PLANTS

NATIVE PLANTS

An encyclopedia of experience.

Washington Post

NEW

NORTHEAST
a guide for gardening & conservation

of the

DONALD J. LEOPOLD

Native Plants of the Northeast


A guide for gardening & conservation DONALD J. LEOPOLD

Native Trees of the Southeast


An identication guide L. KATHERINE KIRKMAN, CLAUD L. BROWN, & DONALD J. LEOPOLD

Native Plants of the Southeast


A comprehensive guide to the best 460 species for the garden LARRY MELLICHAMP PHOTOGRAPHS BY WILL STUART

Proles 700 species of native trees, shrubs, vines, ferns, grasses, and wildowers from the northeastern quarter of the United States.
hardcover, 738 x 10 38" 308 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2005 ISBN: 978-0-88192-673-6 Product No. 682673
Garden Writers Association Silver Award

A guide for identifying 225 trees native to the Carolinas, eastern Tennessee, Georgia, northern Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, and eastern Texas.
exibind, 6 x 9" 372 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-828-0 Product No. 682828

Proles for over 460 species of trees, shrubs, vines, ferns, grasses, and wildowers. Includes information on cultivation, propagation, ranges, and hardiness.
Hardcover; 8 x 10" 384 pp, full color throughout $39.95/$49.95 CAN ISBN: 978-1-60469-323-2 Product Code: 689323

Native Trees for North American Landscapes


GUY STERNBERG WITH JIM WILSON

Encyclopedia of Northwest Native Plants for Gardens and Landscapes


KATHLEEN A. ROBSON, ALICE RICHTER, & MARIANNE FILBERT

Armitages Native Plants for North American Gardens


ALLAN M. ARMITAGE

The California Native Landscape


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

Proles of more than 500 species describe each trees owers and fruit, native and adaptive range, seasonal features, and culture.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 552 pp, full color throughout $59.95 CAN$75.00 2004 ISBN: 978-0-88192-607-1 Product No. 682607
Council on Botanical and Horticultural Literature Award National Arbor Day Foundation Media Award

Detailed descriptions of plants native to the Pacic Northwest. Includes proles of more than 530 plants.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 532 pp, full color throughout $59.95 CAN$75.00 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-863-1 Product No. 682863

The habitat, hardiness, and propagation information for 630 species and cultivars of perennials and annuals native to the United States.
hardcover, 738 x 10 38" 452 pp, full color throughout $49.95 CAN$61.95 2006 ISBN: 978-0-88192-760-3 Product No. 682760

Proven techniques, environmental wisdom, inspiring design advice, and comprehensive plant information for California gardeners interested in using native plants.
hardcover, 7 x 9" 304 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2013 ISBN: 978-1-60469-232-7 Product No. 689232

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PERENNIALS & ANNUALS

Herbs in Bloom
JO ANN GARdNER

Perennial Companions
100 dazzling plant combinations for every season TOM FIScHER

Black Plants
75 striking choices for the garden PAUL BONINE

Perennial Ground Covers


DAVId S. MAcKENZIE

A guide to growing herbs as ornamental plants

A guide to using herbs in the perennial border. Features more than 700 varieties.
paperback, 6 x 9" 394 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2005 ISBN: 978-0-88192-698-9 Product No. 682698

100 plant pairings that include two to six plants. Arranged seasonally with information on growth and care for each design.
paperback, 7 x 6" 216 pp, full color throughout $14.95 CAN$18.95 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-939-3 Product No. 682939

Proles for 75 of the most alluring black annuals, perennials, and bulbs. Plant entries include information on growth and care.
paperback, 7 x 6" 160 pp, full color throughout $14.95 CAN$18.95 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-981-2 Product No. 682981

This encyclopedic treatment of hundreds of ground covers features information on plant choice, care and maintenance, propagation, and landscape uses.
paperback, 8 x 11" 452 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2002 ISBN: 978-0-88192-557-9 Product No. 682557

When Perennials Bloom


An almanac for planning and planting TOMASZ ANI SKO

Christopher Lloyds Garden Flowers


Perennials, bulbs, grasses, ferns CHRIStOpHER LLOYd

The Garden Plants of China


PEtER VALdER

The Explorers Garden


Rare and unusual perennials DANIEL J. HINKLEY

An authoritative guide to the owering times of more than 450 perennials, with detailed descriptions and graphs showing month-by-month bloom time.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 512 pp, full color throughout $59.95 CAN$75.00 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-887-7 Product No. 682887

Lloyd offers his expertise on a huge variety of owering garden plants, from Acanthus to Zigadenus. Illustrated with spectacular color photographs.
paperback, 7 x 10" 448 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2005 ISBN: 978-0-88192-747-4 Product No. 682747
Garden Writers Guild Book Award New York Times Editors Choice Best Books for Gardening

The history of 400 plants grown in Chinese gardens, with information on their use in Chinese art, literature, and symbolism.
hardcover, 858 x 1138" 400 pp, full color throughout $49.95 CAN$61.95 1999 ISBN: 978-0-88192-470-1 Product No. 682470
Choice Magazine Outstanding Academic Book Garden Writers Guild Book Award

Highlights the perennials found during Hinkley's treks around the globe, with details on how the plants are cultivated and propagated.
paperback, 738 x 10 38" 380 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-917-1 Product No. 682917
American Horticultural Society Book Award New York Times Editors Choice Best Books for Gardening

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Perennials
The gardeners reference SUSAN CARTER, CARRIE BECKER, & BOB LILLY

Armitages Garden Perennials


ALLAN M. ARMITAGE

Blooms Best Perennials and Grasses


Expert plant choices and dramatic combinations for year-round gardens ADRIAN BLOOM

Sumptuous photos and information on more than 2,700 perennials that can be used in the home garden.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 544 pp, full color throughout $49.95 CAN$61.95 2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-820-4 Product No. 682820
Garden Writers Association Gold Award

136 of the most important genera, with lists of plants for particular uses, including wet places, drought tolerance, and fragrance.
hardcover, 8 x 10" 348 pp, full color throughout $49.95 CAN$61.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-038-5 Product No. 689038

Detailed descriptions for 250 perennials and grasses feature information on growth, care, and design tips for small and large spaces.
hardcover, 8 x 10" 208 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2010 ISBN: 978-0-88192-931-7 Product No. 682931
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

Heucheras and Heucherellas


Coral bells and foamy bells DAN HEIMS & GRAHAME WARE

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

PRIMULA

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

JOHN RICHARDS

Includes extensive listings of the selections and hybrids available commercially, along with practical chapters on care, propagation, and design uses.
hardcover, 6 x 9" 208 pp, full color throughout $27.95 CAN$34.95 2005 ISBN: 978-0-88192-702-3 Product No. 682702

The denitive book on the genus, with comprehensive information on growing, maintenance, design, hybridization, selection, and trouble-shooting.
hardcover, 738 x 10 38" 296 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2006 ISBN: 978-0-88192-765-8 Product No. 682765
American Horticultural Society Book Award

Features information on the evolutionary history of the genus, cultivation, propagation and hybridization techniques, and details on pests and diseases.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 386 pp, color insert $39.95 CAN$49.95 2003 ISBN-13: 978-0-88192-580-7 Product No. 682580

Features detailed growing information for more than 600 highperforming perennials that all reach a height of at least ve feet.
hardcover, 7 x 9" 260 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-889-1 Product No. 682889

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The New Encyclopedia of Daylilies


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

The Daylily
A guide for gardeners JOHN P. PEAT & TED L. PETIT

Bleeding Hearts, Corydalis, and Their Relatives


MARK C. TEBBITT, MAGNUS LIDN, & HENRIK ZETTERLUND

Phlox
A natural history and gardeners guide JAMES H. LOCKLEAR

1,700 daylilies are illustrated in detailed photographs and comprehensive descriptions that include information on color, size, bloom season, and parentage.
hardcover, 8 x 10" 408 pp, full color throughout $49.95 CAN$61.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-858-7 Product No. 682858
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

Details the various types of daylily hybrids and provides growing advice for each. Illustrated with 200 color photographs and illustrations.
hardcover, 7 x 9" 200 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2004 ISBN: 978-0-88192-666-8 Product No. 682666

Features descriptions, useful keys for accurate identication, and practical tips to successfully grow and use them plants in the landscape.
hardcover, 7 x 9" 220 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-882-2 Product No. 682882

Detailed proles contain botanical descriptions, geographic range, a description of its environment, associations with other plants, and notes on cultivation.
hardcover, 7 x 9" 340 pp, color insert $49.95 CAN$61.95 2011 ISBN: 978-0-88192-934-8 Product No. 682934

The Sweet Pea Book


GRAHAM RICE

The Gardeners Peony


Herbaceous and tree peonies MARTIN PAGE

Perennials for Midwestern Gardens


Proven plants for the heartland ANTHONY W. KAHTZ

Perennials for the Southwest


Plants that ourish in arid gardens MARY IRISH

Provides detailed practical advice on seed sowing and cultivation and offers ideas for using the plants effectively in the garden.
paperback, 738 x 9" 144 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2003 ISBN: 978-0-88192-595-1 Product No. 682595

Includes advice on buying peonies along with detailed cultivation requirements, information on the history of peonies, and conservation issues.
hardcover, 7 x 10" 268 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2005 ISBN: 978-0-88192-694-1 Product No. 682694

Proles 400 plants, with details on owers, leaves, habit, soil, and sun or shade requirements, propagation, and disease problems.
hardcover, 7 x 9" 228 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-893-8 Product No. 682893

An AZ guide to 156 plants, with information on scientic and common names, cultural needs, drought tolerance, and ornamental characteristics.
hardcover, 7 x 9" 312 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2006 ISBN: 978-0-88192-761-0 Product No. 682761

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TREES, SHRUBS, & VINES

MICHAEL A. DIRR

BEST SELLER

Dirrs Trees and Shrubs for Warm Climates


An illustrated encyclopedia MICHAEL A. DIRR

Hydrangeas for American Gardens


MICHAEL A. DIRR

Viburnums
Flowering shrubs for every season MICHAEL A. DIRR

Dirrs Encyclopedia of Trees and Shrubs


MICHAEL A. DIRR

1,400 photographs and detailed descriptions highlight the habit and details of the 400 best species for zones 711.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 448 pp, full color throughout $69.95 CAN$85.00 2002 ISBN: 978-0-88192-525-8 Product No. 682525

A classic, illustrated reference that features comprehensive information on propagation, pruning, breeding, drying, design, and pests and diseases.
hardcover, 758 x 9" 236 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2004 ISBN: 978-0-88192-641-5 Product No. 682641
American Horticultural Society Book Award

Details each plant's height, spread, foliage, habit, oral characteristics, fruits, special traits, hardiness, origin, cultural needs, and overall garden appeal.
hardcover, 738 x 10 38" 264 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-853-2 Product No. 682853
American Horticultural Society Book Award

Features thousands of plants with information on identication, planting, and care. Color photographs highlight distinctive bark patterns, fall color, and more.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 952 pp, full color throughout $79.95 CAN$100.00 2011 ISBN: 978-0-88192-901-0 Product No. 682901
2011 Booklist Top of the List Reference Source

TREES AND SHRUBS FOR THE SOUTHWEST


Woody plants for arid gardens MARY IRISH

The Explorers Garden


Shrubs and vines from the four corners of the world DANIEL J. HINKLEY

The Gossler Guide to the Best Hardy Shrubs


More than 350 expert choices for your garden ROGER, ERIC, & MARJORY GOSSLER

400 Trees and Shrubs for Small Spaces


DIANA M. MILLER

Proles 200 of the most climate appropriate trees and shrubs, with details on how to plant and care for them.
hardcover, 7 x 9" 232 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-905-8 Product No. 682905 eISBN: 978-1-60469-158-0

The trees and shrubs found during Hinkley's treks around the globe, with details on how the plants are cultivated and propagated.
hardcover, 8 x 10" 352 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-918-8 Product No. 682918
American Horticultural Society Book Award

Proles 350 of the most growable shrubs, with details on height and spread and the growing conditions needed to thrive.
hardcover, 7 x 9" 204 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-908-9 Product No. 682908 eISBN: 978-1-60469-140-5

Detailed descriptions and cultivation advice, with information on pruning, encouraging wildlife, and lists organized by color, height and spread.
hardcover, 758 x 9" 216 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-875-4 Product No. 682875
American Horticultural Society Book Award Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

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Armitages Vines and Climbers


A gardeners guide to the best vertical plants ALLAN M. ARMItAgE

Lilacs
A gardeners encyclopedia JOHN L. FIALA REVISEd ANd UpdAtEd bY fREEK VRUgtMAN

Clematis for Small Spaces


RAYMONd J. EVISON

Daphnes
A practical guide for gardeners RObIN WHItE

Proles for 115 plants include a general description, hardiness, plant family, best method of propagation, and method of climbing.
hardcover, 738 x 10 38" 212 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2010 ISBN: 978-1-60469-039-2 Product No. 689039 eISBN: 978-1-60469-289-1
American Horticultural Society Book Award Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

An encyclopedic treatment of 200 cultivars, with information on selecting, growing, propagating, and using lilacs in the landscape.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 416 pp, full color throughout $49.95 CAN$61.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-795-5 Product No. 682795
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

Recommends the best clematis for a variety of small garden situations and provides detailed plant descriptions organized by owering season.
hardcover, 738 x 10 38" 272 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-851-8 Product No. 682851

Compete descriptions of all the known species and hybrids. Information covers winter hardiness, watering, soil preferences, and planting advice.
hardcover, 7 x 9" 224 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2006 ISBN: 978-0-88192-752-8 Product No. 682752

Dogwoods
PAUL CAppIELLO & DON SHAdOw

Hawthorns and Medlars


JAMES B. PHIppS wItH RObERt J. OKENNON & RON W. LANcE

Encyclopedia of Hydrangeas
C. J. VAN GELdEREN & D. M. VAN GELdEREN

Hydrangeas
A gardeners guide TONI LAwSON-HALL & BRIAN ROtHERA

Planting and Maintaining a Tree Collection


SIMON TOOMER

Advice on cultivation, combating pests and diseases, and the fundamentals of breeding and selection. 200 color photos aid in identication.
hardcover, 738 x 10 38" 224 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2005 ISBN: 978-0-88192-679-8 Product No. 682679

Detailed information on how to best grow, propagate, and hybridize these plants. Includes 70 wild species and the best-known hybrids.
hardcover, 7 x 9" 180 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$29.95 2003 ISBN: 978-0-88192-591-3 Product No. 682591

A lavishly illustrated encyclopedia with 800 photographs and concise descriptions of more than 1,000 hydrangea species, subspecies, varieties, and cultivars.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 280 pp, full color throughout $49.95 CAN$61.95 2004 ISBN: 978-0-88192-622-4 Product No. 682622

Provides information on natural history, cultivation, and propagation, as well as descriptions of 100 cultivars.
hardcover, 7 x 9" 176 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2005 ISBN: 978-0-88192-669-9 Product No. 682669

Explores the history and philosophy of collecting trees and provides practical advice on budgets, maintenance, plant selection, labeling, and safety.
hardcover, 6 x 9" 232 pp, color insert $39.95 CAN$49.95 2010 ISBN: 978-0-88192-930-0 Product No. 682930

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TREES, SHRUBS, & VINES

Trees for All Seasons


Broadleaved evergreens for temperate climates SEAN HOGAN

Bonsai with Japanese Maples


PETER ADAMS

Timber Press Pocket Guide to Japanese Maples


J. D. VERTREES WITH PETER GREGORY

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

Detailed descriptions and color photographs of more than 300 broadleaved evergreen trees, including little known selections and popular varieties.
hardcover, 738 x 10 38" 336 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-674-3 Product No. 682674

Information on the specic horticultural needs of Japanese maples as bonsai subjects and techniques for creating and maintaining beautiful specimens.
hardcover, 7 x 9" 156 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2006 ISBN: 978-0-88192-809-9 Product No. 682809

Basic information on cultivation and maintenance for 300 of the most widely available Japanese maples in North America and Europe.
exibind, 5 x 8" 224 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-799-3 Product No. 682799

This updated edition of a classic includes 150 new varieties, updates to plant nomenclature, 600 plant descriptions, and 500 photographs.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 404 pp, full color throughout $49.95 CAN$61.95 2010 ISBN: 978-0-88192-932-4 Product No. 682932

American Azaleas
L. CLARENCE TOWE

Ceanothus
DAVID FROSS & DIETER WILKEN

Camellias
The gardeners encyclopedia JENNIFER TREHANE

The Timber Press Encyclopedia of Flowering Shrubs


More than 1,700 outstanding garden plants JIM GARDINER

Expert recommendations on all the horticultural aspects important for growing these colorful shrubs, including siting, soil preparation, and companion plantings.
hardcover, 6 x 9" 188 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$34.95 2004 ISBN: 978-0-88192-645-3 Product No. 682645
Garden Writers Association Bronze Award

Details all the species and hybrids best suited for cultivation, along with information on species that grow in the wild.
hardcover, 7 x 9" 272 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2006 ISBN: 978-0-88192-762-7 Product No. 682762

Information on how to grow and care for camellias as well as detailed descriptions of over 600 species and cultivars.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 380 pp, full color throughout $59.95 CAN$75.00 2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-848-8 Product No. 682848

1,700 plant proles with notes on expected height and spread, owering season, soil and pruning requirements, and hardiness zone rating.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 436 pp, full color throughout $49.95 CAN$61.95 2011 ISBN: 978-0-88192-823-5 Product No. 682823 eISBN: 978-1-60469-395-9

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Conifers of the World


The complete reference JAMES E. ECKENWALDER

The Pruning of Trees, Shrubs and Conifers


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

Timber Press Pocket Guide to Conifers


RICHARD L. BITNER

Designing with Conifers


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

This comprehensive update of conifer taxonomy provides descriptions of all the true conifers, including 545 species of trees and shrubs.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 720 pp, color insert $59.95 CAN$75.00 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-974-4 Product No. 682974
Choice Magazine Outstanding Academic Book

The best pruning methods and how to apply them for more than 450 trees, shrubs, conifers, and woody climbers.
paperback, 7 x 9 " 340 pp, color insert $19.95 CAN$24.95 2009 ISBN: 978-1-60469-002-6 Product No. 689002 hardcover: $29.95 CAN$37.95 ISBN: 978-0-88192-613-2 Product No.682613

Basic information on cultivation and maintenance for more than 300 of the best conifers for use in home gardens.
exibind, 5 x 8" 224 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2010 ISBN: 978-1-60469-170-2 Product No. 689170

How to use conifers in garden design, with tips on selecting them for their habit, foliage, color, or accent potential.
hardcover, 758 x 9" 296 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-193-1 Product No. 689193 eISBN: 978-1-60469-303-4

Conifers for Gardens


An illustrated encyclopedia RICHARD L. BITNER

A Natural History of Conifers


ALJOS FARJON

The Art of Creative Pruning


Inventive ideas for training and shaping trees and shrubs JAKE HOBSON

Niwaki
Pruning, training and shaping trees the Japanese way JAKE HOBSON

Provides information on size, appearance, hardiness, preferred growing conditions, and susceptibility to pests and diseases, along with 1,500 color photographs.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 424 pp, full color throughout $59.95 CAN$75.00 2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-830-3 Product No. 682830

Begins with a discussion of what conifers are and then explores their evolution, taxonomy, ecology, and distribution.
hardcover, 738 x 10 38" 304 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-869-3 Product No. 682869

Encouraging advice supported by information on which plants to use, how to achieve the desired shape, and when to prune.
hardcover, 8 x 10" 200 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-114-6 Product No. 689114 eISBN: 978-1-60469-356-0

Discusses the principles behind Japanese pruning techniques along with in-depth guidelines for shaping pines, azaleas, conifers, broadleaved evergreens, and bamboos.
hardcover, 9 x 10" 144 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-835-8 Product No. 682835

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GRASSES & BAMBOO

RICK DARKE

The Wild Garden


Expanded edition WILLIAM ROBINSON PHOTOGRAPHY BY RICK DARKE

The American Woodland Garden


Capturing the spirit of the deciduous forest RICK DARKE

The Encyclopedia of Grasses for Livable Landscapes


RICK DARKE

The Wild Garden was the rst book to promote the natural style garden design. This new edition includes the original text and illustrations from the fth edition along with new chapters and 112 color photographs.
hardcover, 8 x 8" 360 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-955-3 Product No. 682955 eISBN: 978-1-60469-131-3

Includes lists of woodland plants, advice for gardening with native plants, and more than 700 of the author's stunning photographs.
hardcover, 10 x 11" 378 pp, full color throughout $49.95 CAN$61.95 2003 ISBN: 978-0-88192-545-6 Product No. 682545
American Horticultural Society Book Award Garden Writers Association Garden Globe Award National Arbor Day Foundation Certicate of Merit

Detailed proles of hundreds of grasses and thousands of color photographs, along with information on propagation, growth, and maintenance.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 484 pp, full color throughout $59.95 CAN$75.00 2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-817-4 Product No. 682817

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

Timber Press Pocket Guide to Bamboos


TED JORDAN MEREDITH

Bamboo for Gardens


TED JORDAN MEREDITH

The 50 best bamboos for home gardens, with information on using them to create Japanese-style gardens and establishing them in containers.
paperback, 7 x 9" 176 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2010 ISBN: 978-1-60469-056-9 Product No. 689056

Basic information on cultivation and maintenance for more than 300 of the best bamboos for use in home gardens.
exibind, 5 x 8" 208 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-936-2 Product No. 682936

Details the origins, history, structure, form, cultivation, propagation, landscaping, taxonomy, and identication of more than 300 bamboo from 40 generas.
hardcover, 738 x 10 38" 408 pp, full color throughout $45.00 CAN$55.00 2001 ISBN: 978-0-88192-507-4 Product No. 682507
Council on Botanical and Horticultural Literature Award New York Times Editors Choice Best Books for Gardening

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TROPICALS & SUCCULENTS

The Encyclopedia of Cultivated Palms


ROBERT LEE RIFFLE, PAUL CRAFT, & SCOTT ZONA

Timber Press Pocket Guide to Palms


ROBERT LEE RIFFLE

Encyclopedia of Exotic Plants for Temperate Climates


WILL GILES

Exotic Planting for Adventurous Gardeners


CHRISTOPHER LLOYD

825 species are described in detail, including hardiness, water needs, height, and special requirements. Illustrated with more than 900 photos.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 528 pp, full color throughout $59.95 CAN$75.00 2012 ISBN: 978-1-60469-205-1 Product No. 689205

Basic information on cultivation and maintenance for more than 300 of the best palms for use in garden design.
exibind, 5 x 8" 240 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-776-4 Product No. 682776

Detailed cultivation advice and photographs for 500 species and cultivars, including aroids, bananas, gingers, bromeliads, cacti, yuccas, ferns, and palms.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 440 pp, full color throughout $49.95 CAN$61.95 2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-785-6 Product No. 682785

Details the tropical plants that are a key part of Christopher Lloyds garden at Great Dixter, with photographs by Jonathan Buckley.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 142 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-842-6 Product No. 682842

Hibiscus
Hardy and tropical plants for the garden BARBARA PERRY LAWTON

Hot Plants for Cool Climates


Gardening with tropical plants in temperate zones SUSAN A. ROTH & DENNIS SCHRADER

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

Coleus
Rainbow foliage for containers and gardens RAY ROGERS

The Gardeners Guide to Cactus


The 100 best paddles, barrels, columns, and globes SCOTT CALHOUN

Comprehensive descriptions of more than 200 Hibiscus varieties along with information on their relatives, including hollyhocks, okra, and cotton.
hardcover, 6 x 9" 184 pp, full color throughout $27.95 CAN$34.95 2004 ISBN: 978-0-88192-654-5 Product No. 682654

How to use tropical plants in colder areas, with information on design principles, plant selection, container gardening, and overwintering.
paperback, 7 x 9" 228 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2005 ISBN: 978-0-88192-719-1 Product No. 682719

Highlights the 100 best tropical plants, with information on growth, combining with other plants, and using them in garden designs.
paperback, 7 x 6" 208 pp, full color throughout $14.95 CAN$18.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-947-8 Product No. 682947

Features 225 varieties of coleus, with information on growth, use in containers and gardens, propagation, and dealing with pests and diseases.
hardcover, 8 x 9" 224 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-865-5 Product No. 682865
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

Detailed descriptions of the 100 best cactus for gardens, with advice on planting and care, using containers, and identication tips.
paperback, 8 x 9" 248 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$29.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-200-6 Product No. 689200 eISBN: 978-1-60469-380-5

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DEBRA LEE BALDWIN


BEST SELLER BEST SELLER

Designing with Succulents


DEBRA LEE BALDWIN

Succulent Container Gardens


Design eye-catching displays with 350 easy-care plants DEBRA LEE BALDWIN

Succulents Simplied
Growing, designing, and crafting, with 100 easy-care varieties DEBRA LEE BALDWIN

Features design tips and cultivation basics for use in gardens and containers, hundreds of succulent recommendations, and drought-tolerant companion plants.
hardcover, 758 x 9" 256 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-816-7 Product No. 682816 eISBN: 978-1-60469-296-9
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

Includes comprehensive descriptions of the 350 best succulents for containers and expert tips on soil, overwintering, propagation, and more.
hardcover, 758 x 9" 248 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2010 ISBN: 978-0-88192-959-1 Product No. 682959 eISBN: 978-1-60469-128-3
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

A complete primer on choosing, growing and designing with succulents, with Debras top 100 plant picks and eight step-by-step projects.
paperback, 8 x 8" 272 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2013 ISBN: 978-1-60469-393-5 Product No. 689393 eISBN: 978-1-60469-516-8
Selection of the HomeStyle Book Club

The Timber Press Guide to Succulent Plants of the World


A comprehensive reference to more than 2,000 species FRED DORTORT

Cacti and Succulents for Cold Climates


274 outstanding species for challenging conditions LEO J. CHANCE

The Garden Succulents Primer


GIDEON SMITH & BEN-ERIK VAN WYK

Agaves, Yuccas, and Related Plants


A gardeners guide MARY & GARY IRISH

Agaves
Living sculptures for landscapes and containers GREG STARR

A comprehensive guide to more than 2,000 succulents, with information on native habitat, cultivation requirements, and horticultural potential.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 344 pp, full color throughout $49.95 CAN$61.95 2011 ISBN: 978-0-88192-995-9 Product No. 682995 eISBN: 978-1-60469-357-7

274 cold-hardy plants along with tips on properly establishing the plants and how to protect them from cold winters.
hardcover, 7 x 9" 368 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2012 ISBN: 978-1-60469-264-8 Product No. 689264

Detailed descriptions of more than 400 well-known succulents and their relatives along with chapters on use, conservation, cultivation, and propagation.
hardcover, 6 x 9" 320 pp, full color throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-954-6 Product No. 682954

Includes detailed propagation and cultural requirements for hundreds of plants along with color photographs for use in identication.
hardcover, 6 x 9" 384 pp, full color throughout 18 line drawings $34.95 CAN$44.95 2000 ISBN: 978-0-88192-442-8 Product No. 682442

Proles 75 species and additional cultivars, with information on hardiness, sun exposure, water needs, soil requirements, and methods of propagation.
hardcover, 7 x 9" 348 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2012 ISBN: 978-1-60469-198-6 Product No. 689198 eISBN: 978-1-60469-400-0

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ORCHIDS

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

Moth Orchids
The complete guide to phalaenopsis STEVEN A. FROWINE

Vanilla Orchids
Natural history and cultivation KEN CAMERON

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

Highlights the 50 easiest varieties and includes tips on where to buy orchids and how to keep them in bloom.
paperback, 7 x 9" 132 pp, full color throughout $14.95 CAN$18.95 2009 ISBN: 978-1-60469-055-2 Product No. 689055 eISBN: 978-1-60469-133-7
Garden Writers Association Silver Award

Details growing information, with notes on light levels, potting media, and watering. Directions on how to repot, trim, and propagate.
hardcover, 8 x 10" 204 pp, full color throughout $49.95 CAN$61.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-870-9 Product No. 682870 eISBN: 978-1-60469-162-7

A complete account of the genus with detailed proles of selected species and hybrids and important tips on cultivation.
hardcover, 6 x 9" 212 pp, color insert $34.95 CAN$44.95 2011 ISBN: 978-0-88192-989-8 Product No. 682989

Proles for 100 different orchids and an additional 355 varieties include cultivation information and detailed notes on each fragrance.
hardcover, 6 x 9" 200 pp, color insert $29.95 CAN$37.95 2005 ISBN: 978-0-88192-739-9 Product No. 682739

The New Encyclopedia of Orchids


1500 stpecies in cultivation ISOBYL LA CROIX

The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Orchids


EDITED BY ALEC PRIDGEON

Masdevallias
Gems of the orchid world MARY E. GERRITSEN & RON PARSONS

Growing Hardy Orchids


JOHN TULLOCK

350 genera of cultivated orchids are included and 1,500 species described and illustrated with more than 1,000 color photographs.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 524 pp, full color throughout $59.95 CAN$75.00 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-876-1 Product No. 682876

Concise descriptions of over 1,100 species with information on taxonomy, names, and synonyms, geographic distribution, and notes on culture.
paperback, 9 x 12" 304 pp, full color throughout 20 line drawings $29.95 CAN$37.95 2006 ISBN: 978-0-88192-801-3 Product No. 682801

Includes detailed advice on all aspects of the plants culture, with additional chapters on propagating, showing, and registering masdevallias.
hardcover, 7 x 10" 300 pp, full color throughout $45.00 CAN$55.00 2005 ISBN: 978-0-88192-737-5 Product No. 682737

Proles of 103 hardy and halfhardy orchids detail the techniques of cultivation and propagation. Includes lists of suppliers offering nursery-propagated plants.
hardcover, 6 x 9" 244 pp, 99 color insert $29.95 CAN$37.95 2005 ISBN: 978-0-88192-715-3 Product No. 682715
American Horticultural Society Book Award

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BULBS

NEW

Crocuses
A complete guide to the genus JNIS RUKNS

The Iris Family


Natural history and classication PETER GOLDBLATT & JOHN C. MANNING

A Guide to Bearded Irises


Cultivating the rainbow for beginners and enthusiasts KELLY D. NORRIS

Daffodil
The remarkable story of the worlds most popular spring ower NOEL KINGSBURY

A comprehensive survey of all the known species, with information on their use in the garden, botanical characteristics, and classication.
hardcover, 738 x 10 38" 280 pp, color insert $45.00 CAN$55.00 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-106-1 Product No. 689106

This comprehensive guide includes scientic classication with keys to the genera, up-to-date natural history, and more than 200 color photographs.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 336 pp, full color throughout $79.95 CAN$100.00 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-897-6 Product No. 682897

An overview of the most outstanding plants in each of the six recognized categories, along with growing and propagation information.
hardcover, 8 x 9", 352 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2012 ISBN: 978-1-60469-208-2 Product No. 689208 eISBN: 978-1-60469-406-2
American Horticultural Society Book Award

The story of a favorite spring ower told through a narrative history and plant portraits of more than 200 varieties.
Hardcover, 7 x 9" 220 pp, full color throughout $27.50 CAN$34.95 2013 ISBN: 978-1-60469-318-8 Product Code: 689318 eISBN: 978-1-60469-559-5

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

The Color Encyclopedia of Cape Bulbs


JOHN C. MANNING, PETER GOLDBLATT, & DEIRDR SNIJMAN

Hippeastrum
The gardeners amaryllis VERONICA M. READ

Buried Treasures
Finding and growing the worlds choicest bulbs JNIS RUKNS

This comprehensive, illustrated guide covers the history, distribution, habitat, and cultivation of this North American native plant.
hardcover, 6 x 9" 232 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-844-0 Product No. 682844

An essential aid to the identication of more than 1,200 species presently in cultivation on the southern tip of Africa.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 486 pp, full color throughout $59.95 CAN$75.00 2002 ISBN: 978-0-88192-547-0 Product No. 682547

Concise plant descriptions along with growing advice, including information on pests and essential advice on feeding, watering, and lighting.
hardcover, 7 x 9" 344 pp, color insert $34.95 CAN$44.95 2004 ISBN: 978-0-88192-639-2 Product No. 682639

Accounts the authors extensive travels and offers information about the cultivation of every major and minor genus of bulb-forming plant.
hardcover, 738 x 10 38" 460 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-818-1 Product No. 682818

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SPEcIALtY PLANtS

Planting the Dry Shade Garden


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

The Complete Shade Gardener


GEORgE ScHENK

Shade
Ideas and inspiration for shady gardens KEItH WILEY

Gardens in China
PEtER VALdER

Gardening with Woodland Plants


KARAN JUNKER

Highlights 130 plants that do well with reduced light and moisture levels and includes techniques for pruning and soil adjustments.
paperback, 7 x 9" 192 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-187-0 Product No. 689187 eISBN: 978-1-60469-328-7

Covers everything from preparing the soil to pruning and includes proles of suggested plants arranged by the type of plant.
paperback, 7 x 9" 327 pp, color insert $22.95 CAN$28.95 2002 ISBN: 978-0-88192-534-0 Product No. 682534
American Horticultural Society 75 Great American Gardening Books

The practicalities of preparing, planting, and maintaining a shade garden. With plant proles and growing information.
paperback, 8 x 11" 176 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-895-2 Product No. 682895

More than 500 stunning photographs document the temple courtyards, gardens, public parks, botanical gardens, and arboreta of China.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 400 pp, full color throughout $59.95 CAN$75.00 2002 ISBN: 978-0-88192-555-5 Product No. 682555
Choice Magazine Outstanding Academic Book

Advice for tackling a woodland garden, including managing light levels, choosing the right plant for the right place, and achieving well-balanced soil.
Hardcover, 7 3/8 x 10 3/8 384 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN $49.95 @2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-821-1 Product No. 682821

Encyclopedia of Garden Ferns


SUE OLSEN

Ferns for American Gardens


JOHN T. MIcKEL

Timber Press Pocket Guide to Hostas


DIANA GRENfELL & MIcHAEL SHAdRAcK

The New Encyclopedia of Hostas


DIANA GRENfELL & MIcHAEL SHAdRAcK

The Book of Little Hostas


200 small, very small, and mini varieties KAtHY GUESt SHAdRAcK & MIcHAEL SHAdRAcK

A plant directory presents succinct descriptions for nearly 1000 ferns, with habitat information, cultural recommendations, and help on plant identication.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 444 pp, full color throughout $59.95 CAN$75.00 2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-819-8 Product No. 682819
Council on Botanical and Horticultural Literature Award

An encyclopedic treatment of more than 400 cold-hardy kinds of ferns with 360 color photographs and resource listings.
paperback, 7 x 918" 384 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2003 ISBN: 978-0-88192-598-2 Product No. 682598
American Horticultural Society 75 Great American Gardening Books

Basic information on cultivation and maintenance for more than 300 of the best hostas for use in home gardens.
exibind, 5 x 8" 212 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-847-1 Product No. 682847

This second edition of a classic provides detailed descriptions, growing information, and photographs for more than 700 cultivated hostas.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 472 pp, full color throughout $49.95 CAN$61.95 2010 ISBN: 978-0-88192-960-7 Product No. 682960

Irresistible ideas for using little hostas in containers, troughs and trays, raised beds, patios and decks, and rock gardens.
hardcover, 7 x 9" 208 pp, full color throughout $27.95 CAN$34.95 2010 ISBN: 978-1-60469-060-6 Product No. 689060 eISBN: 978-1-60469-272-3

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Managing the Wet Garden


Plants that ourish in problem places JOHN SIMMONS

Moss Gardening
Including lichens, liverworts, and other miniatures GEORgE ScHENK

Water Features for Small Gardens


From concept to construction KEItH DAVItt

Encyclopedia of Water Garden Plants


GREg SpEIcHERt & SUE SpEIcHERt

Timber Press Pocket Guide to Water Garden Plants


GREg SpEIcHERt & SUE SpEIcHERt

Includes practical tips on how to recognize and manage a wet site and a detailed directory of water-tolerant plants.
hardcover, 738 x 10 38" 312 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-900-3 Product No. 682900 eISBN: 978-1-60469-156-6

Practical and comprehensive information on growing and designing with hundreds of mosses and nonmosses, including lichens and liverworts.
hardcover, 6 x 9" 262 pp, color insert $34.95 CAN$44.95 1997 ISBN: 978-0-88192-370-4 Product No. 682370
American Horticultural Society Book Award Garden Writers Association of America Award of Excellence

Information on the design, construction, materials, and maintenance needed for pools, fountains, streams, bog, and tub gardens.
hardcover, 758 x 9" 176 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2003 ISBN: 978-0-88192-596-8 Product No. 682596

The denitive reference to the full range of water garden plants available, with information on hardiness, culture, propagation, and pests.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 388 pp, full color throughout $49.95 CAN$61.95 2004 ISBN: 978-0-88192-625-5 Product No. 682625
American Horticultural Society Book Award

Basic information on cultivation and maintenance for more than 300 water garden plants for use in home gardens.
exibind, 5 x 8" 212 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-846-4 Product No. 682846

Saxifrages
A denitive guide to the 2000 species, hybrids & cultivars MALcOLM McGREgOR

The Rock Garden Plant Primer


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

Rock Garden Plants


A color encyclopedia BALdASSARE MINEO

Growing Carnivorous Plants


DR. BARRY A. RIcE

The Curious World of Carnivorous Plants


A comprehensive guide to their biology and cultivation WILHELM BARtHLOtt, StEfAN POREMbSKI, RdIgER SEINE, & INgE THEISEN

Advice on using saxifrages in different parts of the garden and a list of the top 100 saxifrages available to gardeners.
hardcover, 738 x 10 38" 384 pp, full color throughout $49.95 CAN$61.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-880-8 Product No. 682880

Recommends easy-togrow plants for a variety of rock garden situations with information on how to grow and care for them.
hardcover, 758 x 9" 232 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-928-7 Product No. 682928 eISBN: 978-1-60469-137-5

This authoritative, illustrated text includes rare and unusual rock garden plants as well as proven, readily available garden performers.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 284 pp, full color throughout $59.95 CAN$75.00 1999 ISBN: 978-0-88192-432-9 Product No. 682432
New York Times Editors Choice Best Books for Gardening

Growing information for more than 200 species, hybrids, and cultivars from all genera of carnivorous plants, with 400 color photographs.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 224 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2006 ISBN: 978-0-88192-807-5 Product No. 682807

Growing information for more than 200 species, hybrids, and cultivars from all genera of carnivorous plants, with 400 color photographs.
hardcover, 7 x 10" 224 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-792-4 Product No. 682792

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GARDEN REFERENCE

CUT FLOWERS
OF THE WORLD
A COMPLETE REFERENCE FOR GROWERS AND FLORISTS

JO HANN ES MAR E E A ND BE N - E R I K VAN W YK

Woody Cut Stems for Growers and Florists


Production and post-harvest handling of branches for owers, fruit, and foliage LANE GREER & JOHN DOLE

Cut Flowers of the World


A complete reference for growers and orists JOHANNES MAREE & BEN-ERIK VAN WYK

Plant Form
An illustrated guide to owering plant morphology ADRIAN D. BELL

The Reference Manual of Woody Plant Propagation


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

Detailed information on 100 plants used for cut stems. With information on production guidelines and techniques such as pruning, coppicing, and forcing.
hardcover, 6 x 9" 576 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-892-1 Product No. 682892 eISBN: 978-1-60469-153-5

Professional information on more than 350 owers grown for the orist trade. Includes vase life, post-harvest handling, and ower characteristics.
hardcover, 6 x 97" 400 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2010 ISBN: 978-1-60469-194-8 Product No. 689194

Illustrates the major plant structures that can be seen with the naked eye or a lens and describes how plants grow.
hardcover, 758 x 9" 432 pp, full color throughout $49.95 CAN$61.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-850-1 Product No. 682850

A comprehensive guide to over 1,100 species and their propagation requirements by seeds, cuttings, grafting and budding, and tissue culture.
paperback, 8 x 11" 424 pp, b&w photos throughout $49.95 CAN$61.95 2009 ISBN: 978-1-60469-004-0 Product No. 689004

Plant Resins
Chemistry, evolution, ecology, ethnobotany JEAN H. LANGENHEIM

Medicinal Plants of the World


BEN-ERIK VAN WYK & MICHAEL WINK

Native American Medicinal Plants


An ethnobotanical dictionary DANIEL E. MOERMAN

Native American Ethnobotany


DANIEL E. MOERMAN

This comprehensive and integrated discussion of resins is richly illustrated, with maps, color and black-and-white photographs, and exquisite line drawings.
hardcover, 738 x 10 38" 612 pp, b&w illustrations throughout $49.95 CAN$61.95 2003 ISBN: 978-0-88192-574-6 Product No. 682574
Klinger Book Award

Proles more than 300 medicinal plants, with information on geographical origin, therapeutic category, historical and modern uses, and pharmacological effects.
hardcover, 6 x 9" 480 pp, full color throughout $49.95 CAN$61.95 2004 ISBN: 978-0-88192-602-6 Product No. 682602

The medicinal use of more than 2700 plants by 218 Native American tribes, including analgesics, contraceptives, gastrointestinal aids, and sedatives.
paperback, 6 x 9" 800 pp, b&w illustrations throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-987-4 Product No. 682987
Choice Magazine Outstanding Academic Book

The accumulated ethnobotanical knowledge on more than 4000 plants, and the more than 44,000 uses for them by various tribes.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 927 pp $79.95 CAN$100.00 1998 ISBN: 978-0-88192-453-4 Product No. 682453
Council on Botanical and Horticultural Literature Award

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GARDEN REFERENCE

PROBLEM SOLVERS
NEW

Why Grow That When You Can Grow This?


255 extraordinary alternatives to everyday problem plants ANDREW KEYS

Powerhouse Plants
510 top performers for multi-season beauty GRAHAM RICE PHOTOGRAPHS BY JUDYWHITE

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

Hundreds of alternative plant choices to replace a handful of beloved but difcult plants, with growing information and design ideas.
paperback, 8 x 9" 340 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2012 ISBN: 978-1-60469-286-0 Product No. 689286 eISBN: 978-1-60469-458-1

This hardworking guide features hundreds of multiseason plants with basic growing information, such as size, hardiness, and preferred growing conditions.
paperback, 7 x 9" 280 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2013 ISBN: 978-1-60469-210-5 Product No. 689210 eISBN: 978-1-60469-564-9

Plant proles for 50 self-sowers, 50 spreaders, and 50 plants that overwinter, along with gardening tips, design ideas, and inspirational photos.
Paperback, 8 x 9" 224 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2014 ISBN: 978-1-60469-387-4 Product Code: 689387

PLANTS
FROM TEST TUBES
An Introduction to

BEST SELLER

MICROPROPAGATION
Fourth Edition

BEST SELLER
LYDIANE KYTE JOHN KLEYN HOLLY SCOGGINS MARK BRIDGEN

Plants from Test Tubes


An introduction to micropropagation LYDIANE KYTE, JOHN KLEYN, HOLLY SCOGGINS & MARK BRIDGEN

Botany for Gardeners


BRIAN CAPON

Plant Breeding for the Home Gardener


How to create unique vegetables and owers JOSEPH TYCHONIEVICH

Whats Wrong With My Plant? (And How Do I Fix It?)


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

This updated version offers comprehensive advice on micropropagation at home and in the laboratory, with new plants and revised illustrations.
hardcover/POB, 738 x 10 38" 240 pp, b&w photos throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2013 ISBN: 978-1-60469-206-8 Product No. 689206

This introduction to the world of botany explains how plants work in a reader-friendly, accessible, and accurate way.
paperback, 6 x 9" 268 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2010 ISBN: 978-1-60469-095-8 Product No. 689095 eISBN: 978-1-60469-253-2
More than 190,000 in print

Shows how to pick the best parent plants, how to cross-pollinate, and the best breeding techniques for popular vegetables and owers.
paperback, 558 x 9" 216 pp, 2 color with illustrations $19.95 CAN$24.95 2013 ISBN: 978-1-60469-364-5 Product No. 689364 eISBN: 978-1-60469-537-3

Provides an easy system for visually diagnosing any plant problem, and matching it to the right, completely organic cure.
paperback, 758 x 9" 452 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-961-4 Product No. 682961

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GARdEN REfERENcE

So You Want to Start a Nursery


TONY AVENt

So You Want to Be a Garden Designer


How to get started, grow, and thrive in the landscape design business LOVE ALbREcHt HOwARd

The Truth About Organic Gardening


Benets, drawbacks, and the bottom line JEff GILLMAN

The Truth About Garden Remedies


What works, what doesnt, and why JEff GILLMAN

Focuses on the business concerns of the nursery owner, with information on the merits and disadvantages of retail, wholesale, and mail order.
hardcover, 6 x 9" 340 pp, b&w photos throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2003 ISBN: 978-0-88192-584-5 Product No. 682584 eISBN: 978-1-60469-018-7

Practical, step-by-step information every budding designer needs to develop and nurture a thriving garden design business.
hardcover, 6 x 9" 424 pp, color insert $29.95 CAN$37.95 2010 ISBN: 978-0-88192-904-1 Product No. 682904

An entertaining guide that reveals the science behind many promises and claims made about organic options.
paperback, 6 x 9" 208 pp $12.95 CAN$15.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-862-4 Product No. 682862 eISBN: 978-1-60469-005-7

An entertaining guide that reveals the science behind many promises and claims made about garden remedies.
paperback, 6 x 9" 216 pp $12.95 CAN$15.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-912-6 Product No. 682912 eISBN: 978-1-60469-007-1

The Anxious Gardeners Book of Answers


TERI DUNN CHAcE

Decoding Gardening Advice


The science behind the 100 most common recommendations JEff GILLMAN & MELEAH MAYNARd

How the Government Got in Your Backyard


Superweeds, frankenfoods, lawn wars, and the (nonpartisan) truth about environmental policies JEff GILLMAN & ERIc HEbERLIg

How to Buy the Right Plants, Tools & Garden Supplies


JIM FOX

6-copy counter display


$89.70 CAN$111.00 ISBN: 978-1-60469-461-1 Product No. 689461

Assesses new and historic garden advice and reveals the how, why, and why not for more than 100 common gardening practices.
paperback, 6 x 8" 224 pp, b&w illustrations throughout $12.95 CAN$15.95 2012 ISBN: 978-1-60469-235-8 Product No. 689235 eISBN: 978-1-60469-396-6

An evidence-based book that offers denitive advice on everything from bulbs, annuals, and perennials to edibles, trees, and soil care.
hardcover, 7 x 9" 256 pp, full color throughout $16.95 CAN$20.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-220-4 Product No. 689220 eISBN: 978-1-60469-381-2

Distills the science, the politics, and the unbiased, nonpartisan truth behind hot-button environmental issues from pesticides to global warming.
hardcover, 5 x 8" 256 pp $23.95 CAN$29.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-001-9 Product No. 689001 eISBN: 978-1-60469-291-4

Learn to navigate the nursery with tips on choosing the right plant size, correctly reading plant tags, and recognizing a well-made tool.
paperback, 5 x 8" 224 pp, b&w photos throughout $14.95 CAN$18.95 2013 ISBN: 978-1-60469-214-3 Product No. 689214 eISBN: 978-1-60469-536-6

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Octopus
The oceans intelligent invertebrate JENNIfER A. MAtHER, ROLANd C. ANdERSON, & JAMES B. WOOd

Poisonous Plants
A handbook for doctors, pharmacists, toxicologists, biologists and veterinarians DIEtRIcH FROHNE & HANS JRgEN PfNdER

Botanical Latin
WILLIAM T. StEARN

The Timber Press Dictionary of Plant Names


WALtER VON ERHARdt, ERIcH GtZ, NILS BdEKER, & SIEgMUNd SEYbOLd

The A to Z of Plant Names


A quick reference guide to 4,000 garden plants ALLEN COOMbES

Three leading marine biologists take readers through the astounding life cycle of the octopus and reveal their distinctive personalities.
hardcover, 6 x 9" 240 pp, c olor insert $25.95 CAN$32.95 2010 ISBN: 978-1-60469-067-5 Product No. 689067

Identies potentially dangerous plants with comprehensive information on their distribution, degree of toxicity, symptoms of their poisoning, and suggested treatment.
hardcover, 9 x 10" 480 pp, full color throughout $150.00 CAN$180.00 2005 ISBN: 978-0-88192-750-4 Product No. 682750

This classic and comprehensive primer teaches readers the basics of grammar, syntax, punctuation, pronunciation, and vocabulary.
paperback, 6 x 9" 560 pp, b&w illustrations throughout $34.95 CAN$44.95 2004 ISBN: 978-0-88192-627-9 Product No. 682627

The only reference available with the current English, French, and German common names for nearly 20,000 plants and 10,000 synonyms.
hardcover, 5 x 758" 928 pp $39.95 CAN$49.95 2010 ISBN: 978-1-60469-115-3 Product No. 689115

Features the botanic names of hundreds of plants, with additional information on suggested pronunciation, type of plant, and common name.
hardcover, 5 x 8" 312 pp $19.95 CAN$24.95 2012 ISBN: 978-1-60469-196-2 Product No. 689196 eISBN: 978-1-60469-398-0

The North American Guide to Common Poisonous Plants and Mushrooms


NANcY J. TURNER & PAtRIcK VON AdERKAS

Bizarre Botanicals
How to grow string-of-hearts, jackin-the-pulpit, panda ginger, and other weird and wonderful plants LARRY MELLIcHAMp ANd PAULA GROSS

Mind-Altering and Poisonous Plants of the World


MIcHAEL WINK & BEN-ERIK VAN WYK

The Kingdom Fungi


The biology of mushrooms, molds, and lichens StEVEN L. StEpHENSON

Plant Solutions for Every Garden


NIgEL COLbORN

Entries include a clear photograph for identication, notes on where they commonly occur, and a description of their toxic properties.
hardcover, 6 x 9" 376 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-929-4 Product No. 682929 eISBN: 978-1-60469-145-0

75 plants that have extraordinary abilities, with cultivation information and information on ease of growth.
hardcover, 6 x 8" 284 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2010 ISBN: 978-1-60469-076-7 Product No. 689076

The denitive account of plants and mushrooms used for traditional medicine, ceremonial and spiritual purposes, and recreational drugs.
hardcover, 658 x 9 38" 464 pp, full color throughout $49.95 CAN$61.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-952-2 Product No. 682952

A comprehensive look at the biology, structure, and morphological diversity of fungi, with information on their ecological importance in nature.
hardcover, 6 x 9" 328 pp, color insert $34.95 CAN$44.95 2010 ISBN: 978-0-88192-891-4 Product No. 682891
Choice Magazine Outstanding Academic Book

Thousands of plant entries with descriptions that include desirable varieties, a summary of cultivation requirements, planting ideas, and companion plants.
hardcover, 738 x 978" 448 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2006 ISBN: 978-0-88192-838-9 Product No. 682838

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ARmchAIR gARdENINg

NEW

Plant Conservation
Why it matters and how it works TIMOtHY WALKER

The View from Great Dixter


Christopher Lloyds garden legacy EdItEd bY ROSEMARY ALEXANdER & FERgUS GARREtt

A Short History of the Honey Bee


Humans, owers, and bees in the eternal chase for honey E. REAdIcKER-HENdERSON PHOtOgRApHS bY ILONA

Examines the most crucial areas of plant conservation and shows what can be done to prevent greater plant extinctions.
hardcover, 6 x 9" 300 pp, 2-color with illustrations throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2013 ISBN: 978-1-60469-260-0 Product Code: 689260 eISBN: 978-1-60469-569-4

Christopher Lloyd's wide circle of family and friends describe what Great Dixter means to them through essays, letters, and art.
hardcover, 7 x 9 208 pp, full color throughout $27.95 CAN$34.95 2010 ISBN: 978-1-60469-215-0 Product No. 689215

Stunning macrophotography and an engaging narrative follow the journey of the bee from ower to hive to honey.
hardcover, 5 x 8" 164 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-942-3 Product No. 682942 eISBN: 978-1-60469-144-3

Super-Charged
How outlaws, hippies, and scientists reinvented marijuana JIM RENdON

My Garden, the City and Me


Rooftop adventures in the wilds of london HELEN BAbbS

Figs, Dates, Laurel, and Myrrh


Plants of the Bible and the Quran LYttON JOHN MUSSELMAN FOREwORd bY GARRISON KEILLOR

Takes readers behind the scenes of the growers and scientists responsible for marijuanas evolution from hobby plant to pharmaceutical juggernaut.
hardcover, 5 x 8" 256 pp $24.95 CAN$31.95 2012 ISBN: 978-1-60469-295-2 Product No. 689295 eISBN: 978-1-60469-413-0

A lyrical and heartfelt narrative about a twenty-something gardener in search of a bit of nature in her urban city.
hardcover, 5 38 x 7" 144 pp, b&w line drawings throughout $18.95 CAN$23.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-167-2 Product No. 689167

Celebrates and explores more than 100 plants found in the Old Testament, New Testament, and Quran. Includes color illustrations.
hardcover, 5 x 8" 336 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-855-6 Product No. 682855 eISBN: 978-1-60469-019-4

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A PASSION FOR PLANTS


NEW
BEST SELLER

NEW

Beatrix Potters Gardening Life


The plants and places that inspired the classic childrens tales MARTA MCDOWELL

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

Seeing Flowers
Discover the extraordinary secrets of everyday owers BY TERI DUNN CHACE PHOTOGRAPHS BY ROBERT LLEWELLYN

The story of Potters life as a gardener, from her childhood interest in plants to her nal years at Hill Top Farm.
hardcover, 6 x 8" 340 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2013 ISBN: 978-1-60469-363-8 Product Code: 689363 eISBN: 978-1-60469-542-7

Delightful text and breathtaking photographs underscore the fascinating physiology of ten common trees and bring the reader closer to these miracles of nature.
hardcover, 8 x 10 in. 245 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN $37.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-219-8 Product No. 689219 eISBN: 978-1-60469-327-0

A lush and visual feast that gloriously highlights hundreds of beloved garden owers through lyrical botanical essays and a groundbreaking macrophotography process.
hardcover, 8 x 10 in. 304 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN $37.95 2013 ISBN: 978-1-60469-422-2 Product No. 689422

BEST SELLER

Gardening for a Lifetime


How to garden wiser as you grow older SYDNEY EDDISON

The Roots of My Obsession


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

Joyfully presents realistic and doable changes to the typical gardening routine that are realistic, encouraging, and ideal for older gardeners.
paperback, 5 x 8" 208 pp, b&w illustrations throughout $14.95 CAN$18.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-266-2 Product No. 689266 eISBN: 978-1-60469-305-8
American Horticultural Society Book Award

Essays from the most vital voices in gardening show that it is a passion that cannot be conquered, only indulged.
paperback, 5 x 8" 164 pp $14.95 CAN$18.95 2012 ISBN: 978-1-60469-271-6 Product No. 689271 eISBN: 978-1-60469-412-3

6-copy counter display $89.70 CAN$113.70 ISBN: 978-1-60469-403-1 Product No. 689403

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

Down the Kitchen Sink


BEVERLEY NICHOLS

Laughter on the Stairs


BEVERLEY NICHOLS

Carefully selected passages and quotes that offer a tantalizing taste of Beverley Nichols humor, passion, poetry, and opinions about plants.
hardcover, 5 38 x 7" 136 pp, b&w illustrations throughout $17.95 CAN$22.95 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-948-5 Product No. 682948 eISBN: 978-1-60469-150-4

Describes Beverley Nicholss early forays into cooking. Features a foreword by Roy Dicks and illustrations by Val Biro.
hardcover, 5 x 8" 212 pp, b&w illustrations throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2006 ISBN: 978-0-88192-804-4 Product No. 682804 eISBN: 978-1-60469-011-8

Beverley Nichols tells the amusing story of building a garden and the people and problems he encounters along the way.
hardcover, 5 x 8" 260 pp, b&w illustrations throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 1998 ISBN: 978-0-88192-460-2 Product No. 682460 eISBN: 978-1-60469-013-2

Sunlight on the Lawn


BEVERLEY NICHOLS

Down to Earth with Helen Dillon


HELEN DILLON

Plants from the Edge of the World


New explorations in the far east MARK FLANAGAN & TONY KIRKHAM

Beverley Nichols tells the story of renovating of his rundown Georgian mansion and the problems he encounters along the way.
hardcover, 5 x 8" 273 pp, b&w illustrations throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 1999 ISBN: 978-0-88192-467-1 Product No. 682467 eISBN: 978-1-60469-012-5

Delightful essays that encapsulate Helen Dillons lifetime of gardening know-how, deep love of plants, and assured sense of garden design.
hardcover, 7 x 9 58" 224 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-859-4 Product No. 682859

In this intriguing travelogue and plant guide, the authors go to Korea, Taiwan, eastern Russia, and Japan to collect rare plants.
hardcover, 7 x 9" 312 pp, full color throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2005 ISBN: 978-0-88192-676-7 Product No. 682676

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ARTS, CRAFTS, & INDOOR PLANTS

CRAFTING WITH PLANTS


BEST SELLER BEST SELLER BEST SELLER

Handmade Garden Projects


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

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

Gardening in Miniature
Create your own tiny living world JANIT CALVO

Step-by-step instructions for creating simple yet eyecatching garden crafts with eco-friendly materials, including containers, benches, tables, and more.
paperback, 8 x 8" 256 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-185-6 Product No. 689185 eISBN: 978-1-60469-375-1
Garden Writers Association Award

This accessible project book features step-by-step instruction for 50 unique terrarium designs and additional information on maintenance and care.
paperback, 9 x 8" 196 pp, full color throughout $18.95 CAN$23.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-234-1 Product No. 689234 eISBN: 978-1-60469-309-6

This fun and modern approach to scaled-down gardening features plant suggestions, design tips, container selection, and step-by-step projects.
paperback with aps, 8 x 7" 256 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2013 ISBN: 978-1-60469-372-0 Product No. 689372 eISBN: 978-1-60469-528-1

BEST SELLER

BEST SELLER

Keshiki Bonsai
The easy, modern way to create miniature landscapes Kenji Kobayashi

The Unexpected Houseplant


220 extraordinary choices for every spot in your home TOVAH MARTIN

Concrete Garden Projects


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

This simplied approach to bonsai features 37 stylish projects with step-by-step instructions for creating landscapes with stones, moss, and plants.
paperback, 7 x 9" 176 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2012 ISBN: 978-1-60469-359-1 Product No. 689359

A comprehensive, accessible, and lushly illustrated guide to successfully choosing, growing, and maintaining a variety of unique indoor plants.
paperback, 8 x 9", 256 pp, full color throughout $22.95 CAN$28.95 2012 ISBN: 978-1-60469-243-3 Product No. 689243 eISBN: 978-1-60469-426-0
NAMG Editor's Choice

Simple, step-by-step instructions for turning concrete into garden art, including containers, benches, stools, birdbaths, and stepping stones.
paperback, 7 x 9" 134 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-282-2 Product No. 689282 eISBN: 978-1-60469-335-5

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The Book of Gardening Projects for Kids


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

How to Grow a School Garden


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

The Handbook of Natural Plant Dyes


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

Gardening advice and 101 family-friendly activities, including how to design a play-friendly garden and preserve the garden's bounty.
paperback, 8 x 9" 256 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2012 ISBN: 978-1-60469-245-7 Product No. 689245 eISBN: 978-1-60469-405-5 hardcover $29.95 CAN$37.95 ISBN: 978-1-60469-373-7 Product No. 689373

A guide to developing school garden programs for grades K8 with strategies, lesson plans, projects, and trouble shooting
exibind, 8 x 10" 224 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2010 ISBN: 978-1-60469-000-2 Product No. 689000 eISBN: 978-1-60469-255-6

Explains the basics of making and using natural plant dye, with simple projects using a variety of fabrics and bers.
paperback, 9 x 8 172 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-071-2 Product No. 689071
Selection of the Crafters Choice Book Club

Macrophotography for Gardeners and Nature Lovers


The essential guide to digital techniques ALAN L. DETRICK

The Art of Botanical Drawing


An introductory guide AGATHE RAVET-HAEVERMANS

The Revolutionary Yardscape


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

The basics of macro photography, with explanations of digital single-lens reex cameras and details on how images can be composed.
paperback, 9 x 9" 176 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-890-7 Product No. 682890 eISBN: 978-1-60469-154-2

A practical and beautiful guide to the techniques of botanical painting and drawing with 150 charming color illustrations.
paperback, 10 x 8" 96 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-990-4 Product No. 682990

The basics of garden construction and outdoor decor using local materials, with ideas for transforming unconventional materials into hardscape.
paperback, 8 x 9" 192 pp, full color throughout $22.95 CAN$28.95 2010 ISBN: 978-0-88192-997-3 Product No. 682997
Garden Writers Association Gold Award

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BIRDS
OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST

MUST-SEE

NEW

85 Unforgettable Species, Their Fascinating Lives, and How to Find Them


SARAH SWANSON & MAX SMITH
Includes

8 WEEKEND BIRDING TRIPS

Wildlife of the Pacic Northwest


Tracking and identifying mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and invertebrates DAVID MOSKOWITZ

Wolves in the Land of Salmon


DAVID MOSKOWITZ

Must-See Birds of the Pacic Northwest


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

This compact, beautifully illustrated guide describes more than 180 mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and invertebrates most common in the region. For OR, WA, northern CA, ID, MT, and BC.
exibind, 5 x 8" 364 pp, full color throughout $25.95 CAN$32.95 2010 ISBN: 978-0-88192-949-2 Product No. 682949

This lushly illustrated portrait of the wolves found west of the Cascades explores how they live, hunt, and communicate.
hardcover, 7 x 9" 316 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2013 ISBN: 978-1-60469-227-3 Product No. 689227 eISBN: 978-1-60469-490-1

A lively, practical, and gorgeously photographed guide to discovering the region's most extraordinary birds. Includes eight bird-watching weekend trips. For OR and WA.
Paperback, 7 x 9" 244 pp, full color throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2013 ISBN: 978-1-60469-337-9 Product Code: 689337

MUSHROOMS
of the PACIFIC NORTHWEST
Steve Trudell & Joe Ammirati

timber press eld guide

Mushrooms of the Pacic Northwest


STEVE TRUDELL & JOE AMMIRATI

Insects of the Pacic Northwest


PETER HAGGARD & JUDY HAGGARD

Wildowers of the Pacic Northwest


MARK TURNER & PHYLLIS GUSTAFSON

This compact, beautifully illustrated guide presents descriptions and photographs of 460 of the region's most distinctive and ecologically important mushrooms. For OR, WA, ID, MT, and BC.
exibind, 5 x 8" 352 pp, full color throughout $27.95 CAN$34.95 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-935-5 Product No. 682935 eISBN: 978-1-60469-141-2

This compact, beautifully illustrated guide describes more than 450 species of common, easily visible insects and some noninsect invertebrates. For OR, WA, northern CA, and BC.
exibind, 5 x 8" 296 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2006 ISBN: 978-0-88192-689-7 Product No. 682689

This compact, beautifully illustrated guide describes 1220 commonly encountered species, both native and nonnative, including perennials, annuals, and shrubs. For OR, WA, northern CA, and BC.
exibind, 5 x 8" 512 pp, full color throughout $27.95 CAN$34.95 2006 ISBN: 978-0-88192-745-0 Product No. 682745
American Horticultural Society Book Award

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Portland Hill Walks


24 explorations in parks and neighborhoods LAURA O. FOStER

Portland City Walks


Twenty explorations in and around town LAURA O. FOStER

The Portland Stairs Book


Walks, views, stories LAURA O. FOStER

Features twenty-four miniature walking adventures stocked with stunning views and places to sit, eat, and soak in the local scene.
paperback, 6 x 9" 304 pp, b&w photos throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2013 ISBN: 978-1-60469-325-6 Product No. 689325 eISBN: 978-1-60469-538-0

Twenty walks that explore the unique neighborhoods of Portland and nearby towns, with tips on places to eat and drink.
paperback, 6 x 9" 320 pp, b&w photos throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-885-3 Product No. 682885 eISBN: 978-1-60469-157-3

Features twenty outdoor stairways that have amazing backstories and offer a unique opportunity for urban explorers to discover something new.
paperback, 5 x 7" 144 pp, b&w photos throughout $12.95 CAN$15.95 2010 ISBN: 978-1-60469-069-9 Product No. 689069

Portland Forest Hikes


Twenty close-in wilderness walks JAMES D. THAYER

The Northwest Nature Guide


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

The Willamette River Field Guide


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

The Lewis and Clark Columbia River Water Trail


A guide for paddlers, hikers, and other explorers KEItH G. HAY

Features twenty wilderness hikes within twenty miles of downtown Portland, with maps, bus routes, length, grade, geology, and local history.
paperback, 518 x 7" 192 pp, b&w photos throughout $16.95 CAN$20.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-857-0 Product No. 682857 eISBN: 978-1-60469-025-5

JAMES LUtHER DAVIS

150 of the best wildlife adventures throughout Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia, from winter whale watching to fall seabirding.
paperback, 6 x 9" 448 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-867-9 Product No. 682867 eISBN: 978-1-60469-151-1

A comprehensive guide to the rivers history, ecology, and geography, and the effects of alterations to its ecology.
paperback, 6 x 9" 220 pp $24.95 CAN$31. 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-866-2 Product No. 682866 eISBN: 978-1-60469-148-1

This authoritative guide helps hikers, paddlers, and wildlife explorers discover the lower part of the Columbia River.
exibind, 6 x 9" 264 pp, 25 color photos, 37 b&w photos, 18 maps $19.95 CAN$22.95 2004 ISBN: 978-0-88192-620-0 Product No. 682620

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Craft Beers of the Pacic Northwest


A beer lovers guide to Oregon, Washington, and British columbia LISA M. MORRISON

5-copy counter display $94.75 CAN $114.75 ISBN: 978-1-60469-278-5 Product No. 689278

Left Coast Roast


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

4-copy counter display $67.80 CAN $83.80 ISBN: 978-1-60469-404-8 Product No. 689404

Features 18 walkable pub crawls and highlights 115 key breweries and brew pubs in Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia.
paperback, 6 x 9" 208 pp, b&w photos throughout $18.95 CAN$22.95 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60469-089-7 Product No. 689089 eISBN: 978-1-60469-313-3

Explores the key roasters and coffee shops in Washington, Oregon, and Northern California, with notes on roasting and brewing the perfect cup.
paperback, 5x 79" 296 pp, 2-color with illustrations throughout $16.95 CAN$20.95 2012 ISBN: 978-1-60469-284-6 Product No. 689284 eISBN: 978-1-60469-441-3

This essential new reference for cheese enthusiasts lls a big gap in my library.
JANET FLETCHER , San Francisco Chronicle cheese columnist and author of Cheese & Wine

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

west coast

the guide to

cheese

northwest vegetarian cookbook


200 Recipes that Celebrate the Flavors of Oregon and Washington

THE

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

Sasha Davies

DEBR A DANIEL S -ZELLER

The Guide to West Coast Cheese


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

5-copy counter display $94.75 CAN $119.75 ISBN: 978-1-60469-438-3 Product No. 689438

Essential Wines and Wineries of the Pacic Northwest


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

The Northwest Vegetarian Cookbook


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

This accessible guide examines the distinctive character of each cheese and includes beverage pairing ideas, serving suggestions, and features on producers.
paperback, 5 x 8" 224 pp, color insert $18.95 CAN$23.95 2010 ISBN: 978-1-60469-090-3 Product No. 689090 eISBN: 978-1-60469-258-7

Proles the wines, the people who make them, and the wine countries of Washington, Oregon, British Columbia, and Idaho.
paperback, 8 x 10 308 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2010 ISBN: 978-0-88192-966-9 Product No. 682966 eISBN: 978-1-60469-259-4

200 meat-free recipes that make the most of the region's bounty, with proles of important growers and beekeepers.
paperback, 7 x 9" 272 pp, b&w photographs throughout $19.95 CAN$24.95 2010 ISBN: 978-1-60469-034-7 Product No. 689034

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The Northwest Green Home Primer


KAtHLEEN OBRIEN & KAtHLEEN SMItH

In Search of Ancient Oregon


A geological and natural history ELLEN MORRIS BISHOp

The Oregon Companion


RIcHARd H. ENgEMAN

Ideas, tips, checklists, and resources for green home planning, construction, remodeling, and maintenance, extensively illustrated with photos and diagrams.
paperback, 8 x 9" 304 pp, b&w photos throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2008 ISBN: 978-0-88192-797-9 Product No. 682797 eISBN: 978-1-60469-021-7

A beautifully photographed and expertly written account of Oregon's fascinating geological story, featuring Mount Hood, Crater Lake, and Smith Rock.
paperback, 8 x 11" 288 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2006 ISBN: 978-0-88192-789-4 Product No. 682789
Oregon Book Awards Frances Fuller Victor Award

This A-to-Z listing of more than 1,000 people, places, and things that dene Oregon is an essential reference.
paperback, 7 x 9" 432 pp, 173 b&w photos throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2009 ISBN: 978-0-88192-899-0 Product No. 682899 eISBN: 978-1-60469-147-4

Northwest Coast Indian Painting


House fronts and interior screens EdwARd MALIN

A Pacic Northwest Nature Sketchbook


JUdE SIEgEL

The Arts and Crafts Movement in the Pacic Northwest


LAwRENcE KREISMAN & GLENN MASON

Classic Houses of Seattle


High style to vernacular, 18701950 CAROLINE T. SwOpE

Captures the vanishing riches of Northwest Coast house front paintings and interior screen partitions through rare historical photographs.
paperback, 11 x 8" 288 pp, full color throughout $29.95 CAN$37.95 2006 ISBN: 978-0-88192-770-2 Product No. 682770

Practical tips for working with pen and watercolor to create pages rich in personal meaning.
paperback, 758 x 9" 204 pp, b&w illustrations throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2006 ISBN: 978-0-88192-791-7 Product No. 682791

A comprehensive exploration of the Arts and Crafts legacy in the Pacic Northwest, with nearly 400 photographs and period graphics.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 400 pp, full color throughout $24.95 CAN$31.95 2007 ISBN: 978-0-88192-849-5 Product No. 682849

This comprehensive guide to Seattle's historic homes features an historical overview of 120 houses organized by chronological era.
hardcover, 8 x 11" 268 pp, b&w photos throughout $39.95 CAN$49.95 2005 ISBN: 978-0-88192-717-7 Product No. 682717

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50 Beautiful Deer-Resistant Plants, Clausen 33 50 High-Impact, Low-Care Garden Plants, DiSabato-Aust 33 400 Trees and Shrubs for Small Spaces, Miller 41 A to Z of Plant Names, Coombes, 55 Agaves, Starr 47 Agaves, Yuccas, and Related Plants, Irish, Irish 47 American Azaleas, Towe 43 American Home Landscapes, Adams, Burcheld 31 American Meadow Garden, Greenlee, Holt 31 American Woodland Garden, Darke 45 Anxious Gardeners Book of Answers, Chace 54 Apples of North America, Burford 28 Armitages Garden Perennials, Armitage 39 Armitages Native Plants for North American Gardens, Armitage 37 Armitages Vines and Climbers, Armitage 42 Art of Botanical Drawing, Ravet-Haevermans 60 Art of Creative Pruning, Hobson 44 Arts and Crafts Movement in the Pacic Northwest, Kreisman, Mason 64 Attracting Benecial Bugs, Walliser 36 Bamboo for Gardens, Meredith 45 Beatrix Potter's Gardening Life, McDowell 57 Beautiful No-Mow Yards, Hadden 35 Bees, Wasps, and Ants, Grissell 36 Beginners Guide to Growing Heirloom Vegetables, Iannotti 27 Berry Growers Companion, Bowling 26 Big Gardens in Small Spaces, Cox 32 Bizarre Botanicals, Mellichamp, Gross 55 Black Plants, Bonine 38 Bleeding Hearts, Corydalis, and Their Relatives, Tebbitt, Lidn, Zetterlund 40 Bloom-Again Orchids, judywhite 48 Blooms Best Perennials and Grasses, Bloom 39 Bonsai with Japanese Maples, Adams 43 Book of Gardening Projects for Kids, Cohen, Fisher 60 Book of Little Hostas, Shadrack, Shadrack 50

Botanical Latin, Stearn 55 Botany for Gardeners, Capon 53 Bringing Nature Home, Tallamy 36 Buried Treasures, Ruk ans 49 Cacti and Succulents for Cold Climates, Chance 47 California Foraging, Lowry 17 California Native Landscape, Rubin, Warren 37 Calochortus, Gerritsen, Parsons 49 Camellias, Trehane 43 Ceanothus, Fross, Wilken 43 Childs Garden, Dannenmaier 32 Christopher Lloyds Garden Flowers, Lloyd 38 Classic Houses of Seattle, Swope 64 Clematis for Small Spaces, Evison 42 Coleus, Rogers 46 Collectors Garden, Druse 32 Color Encyclopedia of Cape Bulbs, Manning, Goldblatt, Snijman 49 Complete Book of Garlic, Meredith 28 Complete Book of Potatoes, De Jong, Sieczka, De Jong 28 Complete Chile Pepper Book, DeWitt, Bosland 28 Complete Shade Gardener, Schenk 50 Concrete Garden Projects, Arvidsson, Nilsson 59 Conifers for Gardens, Bitner 44 Conifers of the World, Eckenwalder 44 Contemporary Color in the Landscape, Wilson 30 Craft Beers of the Pacic Northwest, Morrison 63 Creating Rain Gardens, WoeleErskine, Uncapher 34 Creative Shrub Garden, McIndoe 11 Crocuses, Ruk ans 49 Curious World of Carnivorous Plants, Barthlott, Porembski, Seine, Theisen 51 Cut Flowers of the World, Maree, van Wyk 52 Daffodil, Kingsbury 49 Daphnes, White 42 Daylily, Peat, Petit 40 Decoding Gardening Advice, Gillman, Maynard 54 Deep-Rooted Wisdom, Farmer 10 Designing and Renovating Larger Gardens, Coltart 32 Designing the New Kitchen Garden, Bartley 26

Designing with Conifers, Bitner 44 Designing with Grasses, Lucas 32 Designing with Succulents, Baldwin 47 Dirrs Encyclopedia of Trees and Shrubs, Dirr 41 Dirrs Trees and Shrubs for Warm Climates, Dirr 41 Dogwoods, Cappiello, Shadow 42 Down the Kitchen Sink, Nichols 58 Down to Earth with Helen Dillon, Dillon 58 Edible Front Yard, Soler 27 Encyclopedia of Container Plants, Rogers, Cardillo 30 Encyclopedia of Culivated Palms, Rife, Craft, Zona 46 Encyclopedia of Exotic Plants for Temperate Climates, Giles 46 Encyclopedia of Garden Ferns, Olsen 50 Encyclopedia of Grasses for Livable Landscapes, Darke 45 Encyclopedia of Herbs, Tucker, DeBaggio 29 Encyclopedia of Hydrangeas, van Gelderen, van Gelderen 42 Encyclopedia of Northwest Native Plants for Gardens and Landscapes, Robson, Richter, Filbert 37 Encyclopedia of Water Garden Plants, Speichert, Speichert 51 Essential Garden Design Workbook, Alexander 30 Essential Garden Maintenance Workbook, Alexander 30 Essential Wines and Wineries of the Pacic Northwest, Danehower 63 Exotic Planting for Adventurous Gardeners, Lloyd 46 Explorers Garden, Hinkley 38 Explorers Garden, Hinkley 41 Family Kitchen Garden, Liebreich, Wagner, Wendland 26 Fearless Color Gardens, Meadows 32 Ferns for American Gardens, Mickel 50 Figs, Dates, Laurel, and Myrrh, Musselman 56 Food Plants of the World, van Wyk 29 Fragrant Orchids, Frowine 48 Free-Range Chicken Gardens, Bloom 33 From Art to Landscape, Smith 30 Fruit Trees in Small Spaces, Eierman 26 Garden Gallery, Little, Lewis 32
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Garden Plants of China, Valder 38 Garden Succulents Primer, Smith, van Wyk 47 Gardeners Guide to Cactus, Calhoun 46 Gardeners Peony, Page 40 Gardening for a Lifetime, Eddison 57 Gardening for the Birds, Adams 33 Gardening in Miniature, Calvo 59 Gardening with Shape, Line and Texture, Hawthorne 32 Gardening with Woodland Plants, Junker 50 Gardens in China, Valder 50 Gossler Guide to the Best Hardy Shrubs, Gossler, Gossler, Gossler 41 Green Roof Manual, Snodgrass, McIntyre 34 Green Roof Plants, Snodgrass, Snodgrass 34 Greenhouse Gardener's Manual, Marshall 14 Growing Carnivorous Plants, Rice 51 Growing Citrus, Page 28 Growing Hardy Orchids, Tullock 48 Guide to Bearded Irises, Norris 49 Guide to West Coast Cheese, Davies 63 Handbook of Natural Plant Dyes, Duerr 60 Handmade Garden Projects, Forkner 59 Hawthorns and Medlars, Phipps 42 Hellebores, Burrell, Tyler 39 Hellstrip Gardening, Hadden 12 Herbs in Bloom, Gardner 38 Heucheras and Heucherellas, Heims, Ware 39 Hibiscus, Lawton 46 High-Impact, Low-Carbon Gardening, Bowe 36 Hippeastrum, Read 49 Hot Plants for Cool Climates, Roth, Schrader 46 How to Buy the Right Plants, Tools, and Garden Supplies, Fox 54 How to Eradicate Invasive Plants, Chace 35 How the Government Got in Your Backyard, Gillman, Heberlig 54 How to Grow a School Garden, Bucklin-Sporer, Pringle 60 Hydrangeas, Lawson-Hall, Rothera 42 Hydrangeas for American Gardens, Dirr 41 Illustrated Encyclopedia of Orchids, Pridgeon 48 In Search of Ancient Oregon, Bishop 64

Insects and Gardens, Grissell 36 Insects of the Pacic Northwest, Haggard, Haggard 61 Iris Family, Goldblatt, Manning 49 Japanese Maples, Vertrees, Gregory 43 Keeping Bees in Towns and Cities, Dixon 36 Keshiki Bonsai, Kobayashi 59 Kingdom Fungi, Stephenson 55 Kitchen Gardeners Handbook, Bartley 26 Know Maintenance Perennial Garden, Diblik 31 Landscaping for Privacy, Wingate 30 Latin for Bird Lovers, Lederer, Burr 15 Laughter on the Stairs, Nichols 58 Lavender, McNaughton 29 Lavender Lovers Handbook, Bader 29 Layered Garden, Culp, Levine 31 Left Coast Roast, Neuschwander 63 Lewis and Clark Columbia River Water Trail, Hay 62 Lilacs, Fiala, Vrugtman 42 Living Landscape, Darke, Tallamy 8 Macro Photography for Gardeners and Nature Lovers, Detrick 60 Managing the Wet Garden, Simmons 51 Manual of Seed Saving, Heistinger 29 Masdevallias, Gerritsen, Parsons 48 Medicinal Plants of the World, van Wyk, Wink 52 Mind-Altering and Poisonous Plants of the World, Wink, van Wyk 55 Moss Gardening, Schenk 51 Moth Orchids, Frowine 48 Mushrooms of the Pacic Northwest, Trudell, Ammirati 61 Must-See Birds pf the PNW, Swanson, Smith 61 My Garden, the City and Me, Babbs 56 Native American Ethnobotany, Moerman 52 Native American Food Plants, Moerman 29 Native American Medicinal Plants, Moerman 52 Native Plants of the Northeast, Leopold 37 Native Plants of the Southeast, Mellichamp 37 Native Trees for North American Landscapes, Sternberg 37 Native Trees of the Southeast, Kirkman, Brown, Leopold 37 Natural History of Conifers, Farjon 44

Naturescaping Workbook, Young 36 New American Landscape, Christopher 35 New Encyclopedia of Daylilies, Petit, Peat 40 New Encyclopedia of Hostas, Grenfell, Shadrack 50 New Encyclopedia of Orchids, la Croix 48 New Low-Maintenance Garden, Easton 33 Niwaki, Hobson 44 Nonstop Garden, Cohen, Benner 33 North American Guide to Common Poisonous Plants and Mushrooms, Turner, von Aderkas 55 Northeast Foraging, Meredith 17 Northwest Coast Indian Painting, Malin 64 Northwest Green Home Primer, OBrien, Smith 64 Northwest Nature Guide, Davis 62 Northwest Vegetarian Cookbook, Daniels-Zeller 63 Octopus, Mather, Anderson, Wood 55 Oregon Companion, Engeman 64 Organic Backyard Vineyard, Powers 26 Pedal Portland, Roll 19 Pacic Northwest Nature Sketchbook, Siegel 64 Pacic Northwest Foraging, Deur 16 Perennial Companions, Fischer 38 Perennial Ground Covers, MacKenzie 38 Perennials, Carter, Becker, Lilly 39 Perennials for Midwestern Gardens, Kahtz 40 Perennials for the Southwest, Irish 40 Phlox, Locklear 40 Plant Breeding for the Home Gardener, Tychonievich 53 Plant Conservation, Walker 56 Plant-Driven Design, Ogden, Ogden 31 Plant Form, Bell 52 Plant Lover's Guide to Dahlias, Vernon 6 Plant Lover's Guide to Salvias, Whittlesey 7 Plant Lover's Guide to Sedums, Horvath 7 Plant Lover's Guide to Snowdrops, Slade 6 Plant Resins, Langenheim 52 Plant Solutions for Every Garden, Colborn 55 Plantiful, Green 53 Planting, Oudolf, Kingsbury 31 Planting and Maintaining a Tree Collection, Toomer 42

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Planting Green Roofs and Living Walls, Kingsbury, Dunnett 34 Planting the Dry Shade Garden, Rice 50 Plants from Test Tubes, Bridgen, Kyte, Kleyn, Scoggins 53 Plants from the Edge of the World, Flanagan, Kirkham 58 Poisonous Plants, Frohne, Pfnder 55 Portland City Walks, Foster 62 Portland Forest Hikes, Thayer 62 Portland Hill Walks, Foster 62 Portland Stairs Book, Foster 62 Pots in the Garden, Rogers 30 Powerhouse Plants, Rice 53 Practical Bamboos, Whittaker 45 Prairie-Style Gardens, Steiner 32 Primula, Richards 39 Professional Design Guide to Green Roofs, Dakin, Benjamin, Pantiel 34 Professional Designer's Guide to Garden Furnishings, Nagel 31 Pruning of Trees, Shrubs and Conifers, Brown, Kirkham 44 Rain Gardens, Dunnett, Clayden 34 Rancho Gordo Heirloom Bean Growers Guide, Sando 29 Reference Manual of Woody Plant Propagation, Dirr, Heuser 52 Revolutionary Yardscape, Levesque 60 Rhapsody in Green, Nichols, Dicks 58 Rock Garden Plant Primer, Grey-Wilson 51 Rock Garden Plants, Mineo 51 Roots of My Obsession, Cooper 57 Saxifrages, McGregor 51 Seeing Flowers, Chace 57 Seeing Trees, Hugo 57 Self-Sustaining Garden, Thompson 32 Shade, Wiley 50 Short History of the Honey Bee, ReadickerHenderson, Ilona 56 Small Green Roofs, Dunnett, Gedge, Little, Snodgrass 34 Small-Space Container Gardens, Richardson 30 So You Want to Be a Garden Designer, Howard 54 So You Want to Start a Nursery, Avent 54

Speedy Vegetable Garden, Diacono, Leendertz 27 Succulent Container Gardens, Baldwin 47 Succulents Simplied, Baldwin 47 Sugar Snaps and Strawberries, Bellamy 28 Sunlight on the Lawn, Nichols 58 Super-Charged, Rendon 56 Sweet Pea Book, Rice 40 Tall Perennials, Turner 39 Taming the Trufe, Hall, Brown, Zambonelli 28 Teaming with Microbes, Lowenfels 35 Teaming with Nutrients, Lowenfels 35 Terrarium Craft, Aiello, Bryant 59 Timber Press Dictionary of Plant Names, von Erhardt, Seybold, Bdeker, Gtz 55 Timber Press Encyclopedia of Flowering Shrubs, Gardiner 43 Timber Press Guide to Succulent Plants of the World, Dortort 47 Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in the Mountain States, Newcomer 27 Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in the Northeast, Iannotti 27 Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in the PNW, Forkner 27 Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in the Southeast, Wallace 27 Timber Press Pocket Guide to Bamboos, Meredith 45 Timber Press Pocket Guide to Conifers, Bitner 44 Timber Press Pocket Guide to Hostas, Grenfell, Shadrack 50 Timber Press Pocket Guide to Japanese Maples, Gregory, Vertrees 43 Timber Press Pocket Guide to Palms, Rife 46 Timber Press Pocket Guide to Water Garden Plants, Speichert, Speichert 51 Trees and Shrubs of the Pacic Northwest, Turner, Kuhlman 18 Trees and Shrubs for the Southwest, Irish 41 Trees for All Seasons, Hogan 43 Tropicalismo!, Baggett 46 Truth About Garden Remedies, Gillman 54 Truth About Organic Gardening, Gillman 54 Uncommon Fruits for Every Garden, Reich 28 Understanding Garden Design, Nagel 31 Unexpected Houseplant, Martin 59 Vanilla Orchids, Cameron 48 Vegetable Gardeners Guide to Permaculture, Shein, Thompson 27

Viburnums, Dirr 41 View from Great Dixter, Alexander, Garrett 56 Water Features for Small Gardens, Davitt 51 Waterwise Plants for Sustainable Gardens, Ogden, Ogden 35 Well-Designed Mixed Garden, DiSabato-Aust 33 Well-Tended Perennial Garden, DiSabato-Aust 33 Whats Wrong With My Fruit Garden?, Deardorff, Wadsworth 26 Whats Wrong With My Plant? (And How Do I Fix It?), Deardorff, Wadsworth 53 Whats Wrong With My Vegetable Garden?, Deardorff, Wadsworth 26 When Perennials Bloom, Aniko 38 Wild Garden, Robinson, Darke 45 Why Grow That When You Can Grow This?, Keys 53 Wildowers of the Pacic Northwest, Turner, Gustafson 61 Wildlife of the Pacic Northwest, Moskowitz 61 Willamette River Field Guide, Williams 62 Wolves in the Land of Salmon, Moskowitz 61 Woody Cut Stems for Growers and Florists, Greer, Dole 52

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Adams, D. and L. Burcheld American Home Landscapes, 31 Adams, G. Gardening for the Birds, 33 Adams, P. Bonsai with Japanese Maples, 43 Aiello, A. and K. Bryant Terrarium Craft, 59 Alexander, R. Essential Garden Design Workbook, 30 Essential Garden Maintenance Workbook, 30 Alexander, R. and F. Garrett View from Great Dixter, 56 Ani sko, T. When Perennials Bloom, 38 Armitage, A. Armitages Garden Perennials, 39 Armitages Native Plants for North American Gardens, 37 Armitages Vines and Climbers, 42 Arvidsson, C. and M. Nilsson Concrete Garden Projects, 59 Avent, T. So You Want to Start a Nursery, 54 Babbs, H. My Garden, the City and Me, 56 Bader, S. Lavender Lovers Handbook, 29 Baggett, P. Tropicalismo!, 46 Baldwin, D. Designing with Succulents, 47 Succulent Container Gardens, 47 Succulents Simplied, 47 Barthlott, W., S. Porembski, R. Seine, and I. Theisen Curious World of Carnivorous Plants, 51 Bartley, J. Designing the New Kitchen Garden, 26 Kitchen Gardeners Handbook, 26 Bell, A., Plant Form, 52 Bellamy, A. Sugar Snaps and Strawberries, 28 Bishop, E. In Search of Ancient Oregon, 64 Bitner, R. Conifers for Gardens, 44 Designing with Conifers, 44 Timber Press Pocket Guide to Conifers, 44 Bloom, A. Blooms Best Perennials and Grasses, 39 Bloom, J. Free-Range Chicken Gardens, 33 Bonine, P. Black Plants, 38 Bowe, A. High-Impact, Low-Carbon Gardening, 36 Bowling, B. Berry Grower's Companion, 26 Bridgens, M., H. Scoggins, J. Kleyn, and M. Bridgen Plants from Test Tubes, 53 Brown, G. and T. Kirkham Pruning of Trees, Shrubs and Conifers, 44 Bucklin-Sporer, A. and R. Pringle How to Grow a School Garden, 60 Burford, T. Apples of N. America, 28 Burr C., R. Lederer Latin for Bird Lovers, 15 Burrell, C. and J. Tyler Hellebores, 39 Calhoun, S. Gardeners Guide to Cactus, 46 Calvo, J. Gardening in Miniature, 59

Cameron, K. Vanilla Orchids, 48 Capon, B. Botany for Gardeners, 53 Cappiello, P. and D. Shadow Dogwoods, 42 Carter, S., C. Becker, and B. Lilly Perennials, 39 Chace, T. Anxious Gardener's Book of Answers, 54 How to Eradicate Invasive Plants, 35 Seeing Flowers, 57 Chance, L. Cacti and Succulents for Cold Climates, 47 Christopher, T. New American Landscape, 35 Clausen, R. 50 Beautiful Deer-Resistant Plants, 33 Cohen, S. and J. Benner Nonstop Garden, 33 Cohen, W. and J. Fisher Book of Gardening Projects for Kids, 60 Colborn, N. Plant Solutions for Every Garden, 55 Coltart, D. Designing and Renovating Larger Gardens, 32 Coombes, A. A to Z of Plant Names, 55 Cooper, T. Roots of My Obsession, 57 Cox, M. Big Gardens in Small Spaces, 32 Culp, D. with A. Levine Layered Garden, 31 Dakin, K., L. Benjamin, and M. Pantiel Professional Design Guide to Green Roofs, 34 Danehower, C. Essential Wines and Wineries of the Pacic Northwest, 63 Daniels-Zeller, D. Northwest Vegetarian Cookbook, 63 Dannenmaier, M. Childs Garden, 32 Darke, R. American Woodland Garden, 45 Encyclopedia of Grasses for Livable Landscapes, 45 Darke, R. and D. Tallamy The Living Landscape, 9 Davies, S. Guide to West Coast Cheese, 63 Davis, J. Northwest Nature Guide, 62 Davitt, K. Water Features for Small Gardens, 51 De Jong, H., J. Sieczka, and W. De Jong Complete Book of Potatoes, 28

Dirr, M. Dirrs Encyclopedia of Trees and Shrubs, 41 Dirrs Trees and Shrubs for Warm Climates, 41 Hydrangeas for American Gardens, 41 Viburnums, 41 Dirr, M. and C. Heuser Reference Manual of Woody Plant Propagation, 52 DiSabato-Aust, T. 50 High-Impact, Low-Care Garden Plants, 33 Well-Designed Mixed Garden, 33 Well-Tended Perennial Garden, 33 Dixon, L. Keeping Bees in Towns and Cities, 36 Dortort, F. Timber Press Guide to Succulent Plants of the World, 47 Druse, K. Collectors Garden, 32 Duerr, S. Handbook of Natural Plant Dyes, 60 Dunnett, N. and A. Clayden Rain Gardens, 34 Dunnett, N., D. Gedge, J. Little, and E. Snodgrass Small Green Roofs, 34 Easton, V. New Low-Maintenance Garden, 33 Eckenwalder, J. Conifers of the World, 44 Eddison, S. Gardening for a Lifetime, 57 Eierman, C. Fruit Trees in Small Spaces, 26 Engeman, R. Oregon Companion, 64 Evison, R. Clematis for Small Spaces, 42 Farjon, A. Natural History of Conifers, 44 Farmer, A. Deep Rooted Wisdom, 10 Fiala, J. and F. Vrugtman Lilacs, 42 Fischer, T. Perennial Companions, 38 Flanagan, M. and T. Kirkham Plants from the Edge of the World, 58 Forkner, L. Handmade Garden Projects, 59 Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in the PNW, 27 Foster, L. Portland City Walks, 62 Portland Hill Walks, 62

Portland Stairs Book, 62 Deardorff, D. and K. Wadsworth Whats Wrong With Fox, J. How to Buy the Right Plants, Tools, and My Fruit Garden?, 26 Garden Supplies, 54 Whats Wrong With My Plant? (And How Do I Fix Frohne, D. and H. Pfnder Poisonous Plants, 55 It?), 53 Fross, D. and D. Wilken Ceanothus, 43 Whats Wrong With My Vegetable Garden?, 26 Frowine, S. Fragrant Orchids, 48 Detrick, A. Macro Photography for Gardeners and Moth Orchids, 48 Nature Lovers, 60 Deur, D. Pacic Northwest Foraging, 16 DeWitt, D. and P. Bosland Complete Chile Pepper Book, 28 Diacono, M. and L. Leendertz Speedy Vegetable Garden, 27 Diblik, R. Know Maintenance Perennial Garden, 31 Dillon, H. Down to Earth with Helen Dillon, 58 Gardiner, J. Timber Press Encyclopedia of Flowering Shrubs, 43 Gardner, J. Herbs in Bloom, 38 Gerritsen, M. and R. Parsons Calochortus, 49 Masdevallias, 48 Giles, W. Encyclopedia of Exotic Plants for Temperate Climates, 46 Gillman, J. Truth About Garden Remedies, 54

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Truth About Organic Gardening, 54 Gillman, J. and E. Heberlig How the Government Got in Your Backyard, 54 Gillman, J. and M. Maynard Decoding Gardening Advice, 54 Goldblatt, P. and J. Manning Iris Family, 49 Gossler, R., E. Gossler, and M. Gossler Gossler Guide to the Best Hardy Shrubs, 41 Green, K. Plantiful, 53 Greenlee, J. and S. Holt American Meadow Garden, 31 Greer, L. and J. Dole Woody Cut Stems for Growers and Florists, 52 Gregory, P. and J. Vertrees Timber Press Pocket Guide to Japanese Maples, 43 Grenfell, D. and M. Shadrack New Encyclopedia of Hostas, 50 Timber Press Pocket Guide to Hostas, 50 Grey-Wilson, C. Rock Garden Plant Primer, 51 Grissell, E. Bees, Wasps, and Ants, 36 Insects and Gardens, 36 Hadden, E. Beautiful No-Mow Yards 35 Hellstrip Gardening, 13 Haggard, P. and J. Haggard Insects of the Pacic Northwest, 61 Hall, I., G. Brown, and A. Zambonelli Taming the Trufe, 28 Hawthorne, L. Gardening with Shape, Line and Texture, 32 Hay, K. Lewis and Clark Columbia River Water Trail, 62 Heims, D. and G. Ware Heucheras and Heucherellas, 39 Heistinger, A. Manual of Seed Saving, 29 Hinkley, D. Explorers Garden, 38 Explorers Garden, 41 Hobson, J. Art of Creative Pruning, 44 Niwaki, 44 Hogan, S. Trees for All Seasons, 43 Horvath, B. Plant Lover's Guide to Sedums, 7 Howard, L. So You Want to Be a Garden Designer, 54 Hugo, N. Seeing Trees, 57 Iannotti, M. Beginners Guide to Growing Heirloom Vegetables, 27 Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in the Northeast, 27 Irish, M. Perennials for the Southwest, 40 Trees and Shrubs for the Southwest, 41 Irish, M. and G. Irish Agaves, Yuccas, and Related Plants, 47 judywhite Bloom-Again Orchids, 48

Junker, K. Gardening with Woodland Plants, 50 Kahtz, A. Perennials for Midwestern Gardens, 40 Keys, A. Why Grow That When You Can Grow This?, 53 Kingsbury, N. Daffodil, 49 Kingsbury, N. and N. Dunnett Planting Green Roofs and Living Walls, 34 Kirkman, K., C. Brown, and D. Leopold Native Trees of the Southeast, 37 Kobayashi, K. Keshiki Bonsai, 59 Kreisman, L. and G. Mason Arts and Crafts Movement in the Pacic Northwest, 64 Kuhlman, E. and M. Turner Trees and Shrubs of t the Pacic Northwest, 18 la Croix, I. New Encyclopedia of Orchids, 48 Langenheim, J. Plant Resins, 52 Lawson-Hall, T. and B. Rothera Hydrangeas, 42 Lawton, B. Hibiscus, 46 Lederer, R. and C. Burr Latin for Bird Lovers, 15 Leopold, D. Native Plants of the Northeast, 37 Levesque, M. Revolutionary Yardscape, 60 Liebreich, K., J. Wagner, and A. Wendland Family Kitchen Garden, 26 Little, G. and D. Lewis Garden Gallery, 32 Llewellyn, R. Seeing Flowers, 57 Seeing Trees, 57 Lloyd, C. Christopher Lloyds Garden Flowers, 38 Exotic Planting for Adventurous Gardeners, 46 Locklear, J. Phlox, 40 Lowenfels, J. Teaming with Nutrients, 35

Mellichamp, L. Native Plants of the Southeast, 37 Mellichamp, L. and P. Gross Bizarre Botanicals, 55 Meredith, L. Northeast Foraging, 17 Meredith, T. Bamboo for Gardens, 45 Complete Book of Garlic, 28 Timber Press Pocket Guide to Bamboos, 45 Mickel, J. Ferns for American Gardens, 50 Miller, D. 400 Trees and Shrubs for Small Spaces, 41 Mineo, B. Rock Garden Plants, 51 Moerman, D. Native American Ethnobotany, 52 Native American Food Plants, 29 Native American Medicinal Plants, 52 Morrison, L. Craft Beers of the Pacic Northwest, 63 Moskowitz, D. Wildlife of the Pacic Northwest, 61 Wolves in the Land of Salmon, 61 Musselman, L. Figs, Dates, Laurel, and Myrrh, 56 Nagel, V. Understanding Garden Design, 31 The Professional Designer's Guide to Garden Furnishings, 31 Neuschwander, H. Left Coast Roast, 63 Newcomer, M. Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in the Mountain States, 27 Nichols, B. Down the Kitchen Sink, 58 Laughter on the Stairs, 58 Sunlight on the Lawn, 58 Nichols, B. and R. Dicks Rhapsody in Green, 58

Norris, K. Guide to Bearded Irises, 49 Lowenfels, J. and W. Lewis Teaming with Microbes, OBrien, K. and K. Smith Northwest Green Home 35 Primer, 64 Lowry, J. California Foraging, 17 Ogden, S. and L. Ogden Plant-Driven Design, 31 Lucas, N. Designing with Grasses, 32 MacKenzie, D. Perennial Ground Covers, 38 Malin, E. Northwest Coast Indian Painting, 64 Manning, J., P. Goldblatt, and D. Snijman Color Encyclopedia of Cape Bulbs, 49 Maree, J. and B. van Wyk Cut Flowers of the World, 52 Marshall, R. The Greenhouse Gardener's Manual, 14 Martin, T. Unexpected Houseplant, 59 Mather, J., R. Anderson, and J. Wood Octopus, 55 McDowell, M. Beatrix Potter's Gardening Life, 57 McGregor, M. Saxifrages, 51 McIndoe, A. Creative Shrub Garden, 11 McNaughton, V. Lavender, 29 Meadows, K. Fearless Color Gardens, 32 Waterwise Plants for Sustainable Gardens, 35 Olsen, S. Encyclopedia of Garden Ferns, 50 Oudolf, P. and N. Kingsbury Planting, 31 Page, M. Gardener's Peony, 40 Growing Citrus, 28 Peat, J. and T. Petit Daylily, 40 New Encyclopedia of Daylilies, 40 Phipps, J. Hawthorns and Medlars, 42 Powers, T. Organic Backyard Vineyard, 26 Pridgeon, A. Illustrated Encyclopedia of Orchids, 48 Ravet-Haevermans, A. Art of Botanical Drawing, 60 Read, V. Hippeastrum, 49 Readicker-Henderson, E. and Ilona Short History of the Honey Bee, 56 Reich, L. Uncommon Fruits for Every Garden, 28
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Rendon, J. Super-Charged, 56 Rice, B. Growing Carnivorous Plants, 51 Rice, G. Planting the Dry Shade Garden, 50 Powerhouse Plants, 53 Sweet Pea Book, 40 Richards, J. Primula, 39 Richardson, F. Small-Space Container Gardens, 30 Rife, R. Timber Press Pocket Guide to Palms, 46 Rife, R., P. Craft, and S. Zona Encyclopedia of Cultivated Palms, 46 Robinson, W. and R. Darke Wild Garden, 45 Robson, K., A. Richter, and M. Filbert Encyclopedia of Northwest Native Plants for Gardens and Landscapes, 37 Rogers, R. Coleus, 46 Pots in the Garden, 30 Rogers, R. and R. Cardillo Encyclopedia of Container Plants, 30 Roth, S. and D. Schrader Hot Plants for Cool Climates, 46 Rubin, G. and L. Warren California Native Landscape, 37 Ruk ans, J. Buried Treasures, 49 Crocuses, 49 Sando, S. Rancho Gordo Heirloom Bean Growers Guide, 29 Schenk, G. Complete Shade Gardener, 50 Moss Gardening, 51 Shadrack, K. and M. Shadrack Book of Little Hostas, 50 Shein, C. with J. Thompson Vegetable Gardeners Guide to Permaculture, 27 Siegel, J. Pacic Northwest Nature Sketchbook, 64 Simmons, J. Managing the Wet Garden, 51 Slade, N. Plant Lover's Guide to Snowdrops, 6

Smith, G. and B. van Wyk Garden Succulents Primer, 47 Smith, W. From Art to Landscape, 30 Snodgrass, E. and L. McIntyre Green Roof Manual, 34 Snodgrass, E. and L. Snodgrass Green Roof Plants, 34 Soler, I. Edible Front Yard, 27 Speichert, G. and S. Speichert Encyclopedia of Water Garden Plants, 51 Timber Press Pocket Guide to Water Garden Plants, 51 Starr, G. Agaves, 47 Stearn, W. Botanical Latin, 55 Steiner, L. Prairie-Style Gardens, 32 Stephenson, S. Kingdom Fungi, 55 Sternberg, G. Native Trees for North American Landscapes, 37 Swanson, S. and M. Smith Must-See Birds, 61 Swope, C. Classic Houses of Seattle, 64 Tallamy, D. Bringing Nature Home, 36 Tebbitt, M., M. Lidn, and H. Zetterlund Bleeding Hearts, Corydalis, and Their Relatives, 40 Thayer, J. Portland Forest Hikes, 62 Thompson, P. Self-Sustaining Garden, 32 Toomer, S. Planting and Maintaining a Tree Collection, 42 Towe, L. American Azaleas, 43 Trehane, J. Camellias, 43 Trudell, S. and J. Ammirati Mushrooms of the Pacic Northwest, 61 Tucker, A. and T. DeBaggio Encyclopedia of Herbs, 29 Tullock, J. Growing Hardy Orchids, 48 Turner, M. and E. Kuhlman Trees and Shrubs of th Pacic Northwest, 18

Turner, N. and P. von Aderkas North American Guide to Common Poisonous Plants and Mushrooms, 55 Turner, R. Tall Perennials, 39 Tychonievich, J. Plant Breeding for the Home Gardener, 53 Valder, P. Garden Plants of China, 38 Gardens in China, 50 van Gelderen, C. and D. van Gelderen Encyclopedia of Hydrangeas, 42 van Wyk, B. Food Plants of the World, 29 van Wyk, B. and M. Wink Medicinal Plants of the World, 52 Veron, A. Plant Lover's Guide to Dahlias, 6 Vertrees, J. and P. Gregory Japanese Maples, 43 von Erhardt, W., S. Seybold, N. Bdeker, and E. Gtz Timber Press Dictionary of Plant Names, 55 Walker, T. Plant Conservation, 56 Wallace, I. Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in the Southeast, 27 Walliser, J. Attracting Benecial Bugs, 36 White, R. Daphnes, 42 Whittaker, P. Practical Bamboos, 45 Wiley, K. Shade, 50 Whittlesey, J. Plant Lover's Guide to Salvias, 7 Williams, T. Willamette River Field Guide, 62 Wilson, A. Contemporary Color in the Landscape, 30 Wingate, M. Landscaping for Privacy, 30 Wink, M. and B. van Wyk Mind-Altering and Poisonous Plants of the World, 55 Woele-Erskine, C. and A. Uncapher Creating Rain Gardens,34 Young, B. Naturescaping Workbook, 36

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