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Dictionary of Birds of the United States: Scientific and Common Names by Joel E. Holloway

The most complete and up-to-date dictionary of names of American birds available.

Hardy Gingers: Including Hedychium, Roscoea, and Zingiber by T. M. E. Branney

A guide to the temperate zone and high altitude ginger varieties that are perfectly at home in cooler climates.

Peonies by Allan Rogers

Captures not only the flavor, charm, and history of the peony but also expert information about the genus and its many cultivars.

A Natural History of Ferns by Robbin C. Moran

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

A Contemplation Upon Flowers: Garden Plants in Myth and Literature by Bobby J. Ward

A survey of plants, with a multitude of references to myth and literature throughout the ages.

African Orchids in the Wild and in Cultivation by Isobyl la Croix and Eric la Croix

This guide, covering sub-Saharan Africa, includes all African orchids available from nurseries.

Garden Open Today by Beverley Nichols

In a departure from his previous gardening books, Nichols distills 30 years of practical gardening experience in an entertaining fashion.

Ferns to Know and Grow by F. Gordon Foster

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

Plant Survival: Adapting to a Hostile World by Brian Capon

The fascinating mechanisms that plants employ to survive in challenging environments.

Manual of Cultivated Conifers by Gerd Krüssmann

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

The Genus Hosta by W. George Schmid

The first complete classification for the genus Hosta, reflecting the author's long fascination with hostas.

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

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