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The Genus Hosta by W. George Schmid

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

Seeds of Woody Plants in North America (Revised and Enlarged Edition) by James A. Young and Cheryl G. Young

An A–Z encyclopedia of woody plant seeds, covering 386 genera.

Carnivorous Plants of the United States and Canada (Second edition) by Donald E. Schnell

Details 45 species and numerous hybrids of carnivorous plants.

Garden Open Tomorrow by Beverley Nichols

In his final garden book, Nichols provides entertaining asides on cats, psychic phenomena, and the use of plants to commit murder.

Ethnobotany: Evolution of a Discipline by Richard Evans Schultes and Siri von Reis

A comprehensive summary of the history and modern state of the field of ethnobotany.

Breeding Ornamental Plants by Dorothy J. Callaway and M. Brett Callaway

Covers the breeding of 15 ornamental plants to encourage specific traits.

Plants and People of the Golden Triangle: Ethnobotany of the Hill Tribes of Northern Thailand by Edward F. Anderson

A study of plant species found in the mountains of Northern Thailand.

The Tropical Look: An Encyclopedia of Dramatic Landscape Plants by Robert Lee Riffle

A unique compendium of nearly 2000 plants that thrive in USDA zones 8–10.

Bulbs of North America by North American Rock Garden Society

Explores the approximately four dozen native North American bulbous genera.

Restoring American Gardens: An Encyclopedia of Heirloom Ornamental Plants, 1640-1940 by Denise Wiles Adams

The history behind the changing plant palette of American gardens.

Trilliums by Frederick W. Case, Jr. and Roberta B. Case

Both field guide and gardener's handbook, this volume covers all 45 species of trilliums worldwide.

Gardening in the Shade by Harriet K. Morse

Gardeners facing the challenges of growing an interesting variety of plants in shady conditions turn to this classic little book for suggestions and solutions.