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The first book to detail the genus Clivia, which are classed among the most desirable of all connoisseur plants.
This elegant survey of the orchid treats its place in legend and suggests the impact that these exotic plants had on the temperate European mind.
An up-to-date encyclopedic reference to all known species of magnolia, with the most complete listing of cultivars yet published.
An entertaining and informative look at why ferns and their relatives are unique among plants.
An overview of nearly 700 gardenworthy dahlias for every garden design, complete with notes on their history, awards, and cultural peculiarities.
In his final garden book, Nichols provides entertaining asides on cats, psychic phenomena, and the use of plants to commit murder.
In a departure from his previous gardening books, Nichols distills 30 years of practical gardening experience in an entertaining fashion.
Explores the approximately four dozen native North American bulbous genera.
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