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Books filed under "Evergreen"

Trees for All Seasons: Broadleaved Evergreens for Temperate Climates by Sean Hogan

The ultimate guide to trees that provide four-season beauty. $39.95$27.97

A Natural History of Conifers by Aljos Farjon

A compelling and illuminating account of the extraordinary relatives of ordinary garden conifers. $39.95$27.97

Essential Perennials: The Complete Reference to 2700 Perennials for the Home Garden by Ruth Rogers Clausen and Thomas Christopher

The beauty you want in the conditions you can provide. $39.95$27.97

Powerhouse Plants: 510 Top Performers for Multi-Season Beauty by Graham Rice

Leave the slacker plants behind and get the most of your money and landscape. $24.95$17.47

The Pruning of Trees, Shrubs and Conifers (Second Edition, revised and expanded) by George E. Brown and Tony Kirkham

If you are looking for the ultimate reference on pruning, make it this expanded classic. $24.95$17.47

400 Trees and Shrubs for Small Spaces by Diana M. Miller

Recommends plants and cultivation techniques that excel in small garden spaces. $29.95$20.97

Niwaki: Pruning, Training and Shaping Trees the Japanese Way by Jake Hobson

The ancient Japanese art of pruning techniques that coax out the essential character of garden trees. $34.95$24.47

Kalmia: Mountain Laurel and Related Species (Third Edition) by Richard A. Jaynes

A definitive study of these beautiful shrubs — includes all seven species of Kalmia and nearly 80 cultivars.

Manual of Cultivated Conifers by Gerd Krüssmann

This comprehensive text describes 607 species and 2150 varieties and cultivars of conifers.

Clivias by Harold Koopowitz

The first book to detail the genus Clivia, which are classed among the most desirable of all connoisseur plants.

The Pines of Mexico and Central America by Jesse P. Perry, Jr.

Compiles information on the author's 40 years of researching Mexican pines.

Palms Won't Grow Here and Other Myths: Warm-Climate Plants for Cooler Areas by David A. Francko

Grow palms in temperate climates with the help of firsthand observations and research.