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Books filed under "Ferns"

The North American Guide to Common Poisonous Plants and Mushrooms by Nancy J. Turner and Patrick von Aderkas

How to identify more than 300 toxic plants. $29.95

50 High-Impact, Low-Care Garden Plants by Tracy DiSabato-Aust

The 50 best low-maintenance, show-stopping plants that anyone can grow. $16.95

Managing the Wet Garden: Plants That Flourish in Problem Places by John Simmons

The definitive guide to managing a variety of wet garden sites. $39.95

Shade: Ideas and Inspiration for Shady Gardens by Keith Wiley

This useful guide will help any gardener, experienced or inexperienced, take full advantage of those sometimes tricky shady areas. $19.95

Encyclopedia of Exotic Plants for Temperate Climates by Will Giles

Over 1500 high-impact plants including aroids, bamboos, bromeliads, succulents, yuccas, palms, cycads, and restios. $49.95

Christopher Lloyd's Garden Flowers: Perennials, Bulbs, Grasses, Ferns by Christopher Lloyd

Lloyd's expert opinions about numerous varieties of flowering garden plants. $29.95

Native Plants of the Northeast: A Guide for Gardening & Conservation by Donald J. Leopold

Comprehensive horticultural coverage, unsurpassed by any other single volume. $39.95

Perennial Ground Covers by David S. MacKenzie

Ground covers take on new meaning in this enlightening book designed to make gardeners' work easier. $29.95

Tree Ferns by Mark F. Large and John E. Braggins

Provides detailed descriptions of tree fern families, genera, and species, including those suitable for the home garden.

A Natural History of Ferns by Robbin C. Moran

An entertaining and informative look at why ferns and their relatives are unique among plants.

Ferns to Know and Grow by F. Gordon Foster

A classic — covers identification, propagation, cultivation, and landscape uses of ferns.

Gardening with Native Wild Flowers by Samuel B. Jones, Jr. and Leonard E. Foote

Encourages the garden use of wildflowers native to the eastern and midwestern US.