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Books filed under "Alpine"

The Himalayan Garden: Growing Plants from the Roof of the World by Jim Jermyn

Allows lowland gardeners to successfully grow the beautiful plants native to the high Himalayas. $34.95$24.47

Cacti and Succulents for Cold Climates: 274 Outstanding Species for Challenging Conditions by Leo J. Chance

Teaches gardeners how to grow cacti and succulents outside their native homes. $39.95$27.97

Phlox: A Natural History and Gardener's Guide by James H. Locklear

Plant expert James H. Locklear provides a comprehensive horticultural account of the genus Phlox. $49.95$34.97

Crocuses: A Complete Guide to the Genus by Jānis Rukšāns

The complete guide to identifying and growing this extraordinary plant from the leading expert in the field. $45.00$31.50

What's Wrong With My Plant? (And How Do I Fix It?): A Visual Guide to Easy Diagnosis and Organic Remedies by David Deardorff and Kathryn Wadsworth

Diagnose and cure your plant with organic methods. $29.95$20.97

Black Plants: 75 Striking Choices for the Garden by Paul Bonine

Explore 75 dusky denizens of the plant kingdom — plants with black (or near-black) foliage, flowers, or fruit. $14.95$10.47

The Rock Garden Plant Primer: Easy, Small Plants for Containers, Patios, and the Open Garden by Christopher Grey-Wilson

Grow rock garden plants without the rocks. $29.95$20.97

Saxifrages: A Definitive Guide to the 2000 Species, Hybrids & Cultivars by Malcolm McGregor

An enthusiast's tale of saxifrages in the wild and in garden cultivation. $49.95$34.97

Rock Garden Plants: A Color Encyclopedia by Baldassare Mineo

This authoritative text includes rare and unusual plants as well as proven, readily available garden performers. $59.95$41.97

Penstemons by Robert Nold

A look at 270 species of the beloved genus Penstemon, which is the largest genus endemic to North America.

Bulbs of North America by North American Rock Garden Society

Explores the approximately four dozen native North American bulbous genera.