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The Anatomy of Sheds

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The Anatomy of Sheds : New Buildings from an Old Tradition
By author: Jane Field-Lewis
Product Code: 47188
ISBN: 978-1-4236-4718-8
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
Binding Information: Hardback
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Next Release Date: March 2017
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Price:  $30.00


Super-cool spaces to relax, work, chill out, or escape.

Over 50 real examples from around the world—some simple and modest and some extravagant—inspire and instruct the reader on how to create their own special space. The owners themselves describe how they have created their own hideaways, and author Jane Field-Lewis provides insightful style notes and comments based on her conversations with owners, architects, and designers. For the interiors, recycled, vintage and precious items are mixed with new, functional and practical ones. Learn how to create your own shed, and then how to make it stylish as well as useful.

Homes are located in San Francisco, Nashville, Seattle, Nova Scotia, and Alberta, among other locales on three continents.

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The Story Garden

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The Story Garden : Cultivating Plants to Nurture Memories
Illustrated by: Ellen Sheppard Buchert   By authors: Ellen Sheppard Buchert, Johanna Buchert Smith
Product Code: 45818
ISBN: 978-1-4236-4581-8
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
Binding Information: Hardback
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Next Release Date: January 2017
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Price:  $19.99


Grow stories and cultivate memories with a Story Garden.

This charming book of lovely tales is about the magic of self-discovery, memory, and human connections transmitted through botany. The stories are supplemented with simple plant propagation how-tos for the plants that connect to the memories. Start a rosebush from the rose in your wedding bouquet, remember Grandma’s hollyhock from a cutting of the plant by her clothesline, enjoy onions in your garden descending from a gift of an onion at a B&B where you spent a week on a romantic holiday, or plant a balsam fir at the end of the driveway to remind you of Christmas.

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The Illustrated Book of Edible Plants

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The Illustrated Book of Edible Plants
By author: Jack Staub   Illustrated by: Ellen Sheppard Buchert
Product Code: 46747
ISBN: 978-1-4236-4674-7
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
Binding Information: Hardback
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Next Release Date: January 2017
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Price:  $24.99


Histories, medicinal uses, and recipe ideas for food plants from A to Z.

Focusing on the most growable vegetables, herbs, and fruits for the greatest number of people, Staub tells the stories of their origins and apprises the home gardener on ways to use them, from the table to remedies and potions. Up-to-the-minute cultivation and culinary advice are delivered with accessibility and wit.

Watercolor art makes the pages beautiful.

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Vintage Roses

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Vintage Roses : Beautiful Varieties for Home and Garden
By author: Jane Eastoe   By photographer: Georgianna Lane
Product Code: 46716
ISBN: 978-1-4236-4671-6
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
Binding Information: Hardback
Availability: In stock.
Price:  $21.99


Romantic blooms for novice, expert, or armchair rose gardeners.

Who wouldn’t be romanced by names like Lovely Fairy, Desdemona, Elegantyne, Anne Boleyn, Leonardo da Vinci, and Blue for You? Vintage roses encompass both the true “old” roses and the best of the “modern” roses, developed to celebrate the classic, ageless, enduring beauty of the old varieties.

The 60 specially selected specimens include those that have the best visual appearance and most fragrant perfume, and are also easy to grow and produce beautiful flowers for cutting.

The perfect mix of engaging, inspirational commentary and no-fuss gardening notes shows that roses can be grown and enjoyed by all—whether a novice, an expert, or an armchair rose gardener.

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Private Gardens of South Florida

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Private Gardens of South Florida
By author: Jack Staub   By photographer: Rob Cardillo
Product Code: 38100
ISBN: 978-1-4236-3810-0
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
Binding Information: Hardback
Availability: In stock.
Price:  $50.00


Escape to 22 lush garden retreats through exquisite photography and delightful stories. This privileged tour guides the reader through the colorful flora of Florida’s best-kept grounds, while homeowners share the history of their uniquely landscaped abodes. Meet the painter-turned-horticulturist who transformed her garden into a mysterious, forest-like escape; the couple who drew inspiration from their travels to the Near East to create an award-winning oasis worthy of Persian royalty; and many more. Take respite in shaded pathways, secluded pools, and enviable ocean views, and take inspiration for a tropical garden of your very own.

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