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The Layered Garden: An Introduction

November 13, 2012

I first saw David Culp’s garden twenty years ago, when I was studying horticulture. The garden, though relatively young, was beautiful, a series of traditional flower borders surrounding a stone and timber cottage in the hills west of Philadelphia. Fifteen years later I visited again, while scouting for Martha Stewart Living. The garden was now […]

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Douglas Tallamy on the roots of his obsession

October 3, 2012

Every gardener has a compelling story and we’ve collected thirty of them from some of the most notable gardeners working today. The Roots of My Obsession shows that gardening is a passion and obsession that cannot be conquered or abandoned, only indulged. Gardening with native plants has been criticized as little more than an emotional […]

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Tovah Martin on the roots of her obsession

October 2, 2012

Every gardener has a compelling story and we’ve collected thirty of them from some of the most notable gardeners working today. The Roots of My Obsession shows that gardening is a passion and obsession that cannot be conquered or abandoned, only indulged. Before I could even walk, I was crawling into the garden, I guess. […]

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New Releases for Fall 2012

September 7, 2012

We have a wide variety of books releasing soon, and today I’m sharing a sneak preview of the lineup of our fall titles! You’ll be sure to find something that piques your interest–topics of these soon-to-be released books include coffee, bees, fast-growing veggies, green roofs, and more. Left Coast Roast by Hanna Neuschwander is a caffeine-fueled guide […]

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