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A birdseye view of the gnome’s garden. Included photos by Kate Baldwin and Janit Calvo.

“It was my intention to make miniature gardening as accessible as possible because it is such a fun hobby to take up and it is genuinely feasible for anyone.”

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In possibly the most famous wildfire photograph ever taken, elk observe a wildfire in
Montana’s Bitterroot National Forest. Most animals don’t run from walls of flame, as old
Disney movies might have us believe. U.S. Forest Service, photo by John McColgan.

“While the effects of climate change vary greatly region to region, the entire planet is being affected to some degree.”

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An elegant pergola at Badminton Estate in Gloucestershire, England. All included photos by the author.

“That is what I encourage gardeners to do—make a garden where you create spaces to live in the garden and enjoy times with family and friends.”

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by Timber Press on May 3, 2017

in Food, Gardening


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Photo by Kate Baldwin.

Instead of giving your mother an ordinary bouquet on her special day, why not make an adorable miniature arrangement, or create an entire garden filled with tiny bouquets?

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We always plan to make a thoughtful DIY craft or pamper mom with a home spa day, but inevitably spring gets busy, and we have to make some last-minute purchases. Using some of our favorite Timber Press titles for inspiration, we’re made of list of the best gifts for the gardening, plant-loving moms you’re celebrating:

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Included images by the authors with Sydney Michael and Amanda Brooks for Potted: Make Your Own Stylish Garden Containers.

“To some extent, part of the DIY code is being able to accomplish something at a reasonable cost.” —Annette Goliti Gutierrez and Mary Gray

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Great blue lobelia (Lobelia siphilitica). Photos by the author.

Blue is consistently the color that intrigues humans most, perhaps unsurprisingly because true blue is one of the rarest shades in nature. That rarity gives blue its allure.

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Photo by Mark Turner.

Summer is the ideal time to pack up for a journey from coast to coast. Whether you want to study the diversity of landscapes from the Pacific Northwest to New England (and everything in between), or you’re just enjoying afternoon explorations in your own backyard, our Timber Press Field Guides will inspire and educate. How many of these amazing natural wonders you can see this summer?
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Cooking with local, seasonal veggies is one of the most satisfying ways to celebrate the unique tastes of your region. We asked the authors of our regional Vegetable Gardening Guides to share some of their favorite go-to recipes. To learn more about growing your own regional fruits and vegetables, consult the expert advice in your regional’s Vegetable Gardening Guide!

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