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In Praise of Plants by Francis Hallé

This scholarly yet fun book examines the qualities that make plants unique, so different from animals.

Edible and Poisonous Mushrooms of the World by Ian R. Hall, Steven L. Stephenson, Peter K. Buchanan, Wang Yun, and Anthony L. J. Cole

A well-rounded look at the mushrooms of the world.

Tree Bark: A Color Guide by Hugues Vaucher

Illustrates the rich variety of colors, patterns, and textures of bark from around the world.

The Genus Paeonia by Josef J. Halda, Josef J. Halda, James W. Waddick, and James W. Waddick

A rare work of beauty, science, and practical value, graced with stunning botanical paintings, for peony fanciers.

Penstemons by Robert Nold

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

Columbines: Aquilegia, Paraquilegia, and Semiaquilegia by Robert Nold

A gardener's guide to 65 species of the popular and lovely columbine.

The World of Magnolias by Dorothy J. Callaway

An up-to-date encyclopedic reference to all known species of magnolia, with the most complete listing of cultivars yet published.

Clivias by Harold Koopowitz

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

Maples of the World by D. M. van Gelderen, P. C. de Jong, and H. J. Oterdoom

Every known maple is described, including growth habit, distribution, hardiness, and other characteristics.

Biological Degradation and Bioremediation of Toxic Chemicals by G. Rasul Chaudhry

Explains the use of microbial processes to restore balance to a damaged ecosystem.

An Illustrated Encyclopedia of Clematis by Mary Toomey and Everett Leeds

The first picture encyclopedia on the genus to encompass all the garden-worthy species and hybrids.

The Curious Gardener by J├╝rgen Dahl

One of the world's best-loved garden writers explores the connection between the life of the garden and the life of the mind.