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Books filed under "Shrubs"

A Natural History of Conifers by Aljos Farjon

A compelling and illuminating account of the extraordinary relatives of ordinary garden conifers. $39.95

Exotic Planting for Adventurous Gardeners by Christopher Lloyd

The last word from one of the 20th century's greatest gardeners. $29.95

Viburnums: Flowering Shrubs for Every Season by Michael A. Dirr

Viburnums are among the most beautiful and versatile hardy shrubs available to gardeners. $39.95

Gardening with Woodland Plants by Karan Junker

A comprehensive plant directory with over 2000 woodland plants, including the newest introductions. $39.95

Pots in the Garden: Expert Design & Planting Techniques by Ray Rogers

The bestselling book on planting gorgeous containers with a designer's eye. $29.95

Hollies for Gardeners by Christopher Bailes

Provides detailed information and planting advice for temperate hollies from all over the world. $34.95

The Jade Garden: New and Notable Plants from Asia by Peter Wharton, Brent Hine, and Douglas Justice

An authoritative guide to 130 ornamentals from "the green mantle" of Asia. $34.95

Dogwoods by Paul Cappiello and Don Shadow

Cappiello and Shadow provide the last word on these superstars of the ornamental garden, from identification to cultivation. $39.95

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

Hydrangeas for American Gardens by Michael A. Dirr

Respected plantsman Michael Dirr explains how to choose from the hundreds of varieties of hydrangeas. $34.95

The Garden Plants of China by Peter Valder

The definitive guide, from roses to peonies — no garden can thrive without plants from China. $49.95

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

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