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A timely and definitive monograph on the most widely grown orchids in today's market.
The renowned landscape architect and horticulturist Joe Hudak provides an overview of design innovations through the ages.
Ruiz's journals of about 2000 plants found in South America.
Out of a lifetime of working with plants, the late Florence Bellis distilled these reflections on the interrelationships of living thin
Gardeners facing the challenges of growing an interesting variety of plants in shady conditions turn to this classic little book for suggestions and solutions.
Both field guide and gardener's handbook, this volume covers all 45 species of trilliums worldwide.
Information on the species origins of Vanda hybrids and all the intergeneric hybrids.
The final volume in Bowles’s survey of his garden through the year; includes a map of the garden at Myddelton House.
The second volume in a trilogy exploring E. A. Bowles' garden throughout the year, and in it he chronicles the charms of peonies, poppies, and others.
An introduction to one of the most distinctive plant families.
A comprehensive treatment on design, styles, materials, and planting, with profiles of a dozen public rock gardens in the US and Canada.
All the species of slime molds one is likely to encounter.