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Timber Press in The New York Times!

by Timber Press on December 7, 2011

in Gardening

In the Sunday Book Review of the The New York Times, writer Dominique Browning chose some of her favorite gardening books, just in time for the holiday season. I’m proud to announce that five Timber books were featured in this review! I hope you’ll consider some of these suggestions as possible gift ideas for the holidays–either for yourself or your favorite gardener!

Dirr’s Encyclopedia of Trees and Shrubs

“…belongs on every serious gardener’s shelf…this is a new, spruced-up edition of the bible of the industry, with a cleaner design, wipeable cover, newly introduced plants and changes in plant names. Just in time for a new generation of gardeners, Dirr’s encyclopedia is as charming as it is refined.”

Terrarium Craft

“For gardeners bereft of gardens, this tiny book may save your soul.”

The Timber Press Guide to Succulent Plants of the World

“…excellently thorough, smart, and handsome…offers a trove of jewels for a robust, drought-tolerant garden.”

 The Gardener’s Guide to Cactus

“…offers a clear, helpful, well presented text…along with reliable design suggestions.”

Seeing Trees

“My favorite new book of the season.”

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1 Stephanie Cohen December 7, 2011 at 8:59 pm

No flower books! No perennial books! No design books! Trees and succulents are a very limited palette!

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