Books filed under "History"
This third book in Nichols' Allways trilogy is as much about the author's love for plants as it is about the village in which he lived. $24.95
Down the Garden Path has stood the test of time as one of the world's best-loved and most-quoted gardening books. $24.95
The only book that covers the species and cultivars of the genus Hibiscus completely and in detail. $27.95
Discover the unique landscapes traveled by Lewis and Clark. $19.95
A beautifully illustrated treatment of one of the greatest garden genera, including the major taxonomic revisions, cultivation, and propagation. $39.95
Temple courtyards and imperial tombs — a photographic journey through the striking gardens of China. $59.95
More than 300 bamboos are described, from tropical and subtropical species to hardy species with information on size, native range, and landscape use. $45.00
The definitive guide, from roses to peonies — no garden can thrive without plants from China. $49.95
The third in the Merry Hall Trilogy — Nichols' accounts of the rescue and renovation of a rundown Georgian mansion and its garden. $24.95
An extraordinary compilation of the plants used by North American native peoples for medicine, food, fiber, dye, and a host of other things. $79.95
This elegant survey of the orchid treats its place in legend and suggests the impact that these exotic plants had on the temperate European mind.
An intriguing history of books about fruit from antiquity to the Industrial Revolution.