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75 Remarkable Fruits For Your Garden

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75 Remarkable Fruits For Your Garden
By author: Jack Staub   Illustrated by: Ellen Sheppard Buchert
Product Code: 02507
ISBN: 978-1-4236-0250-7
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
Binding Information: Hardback
Availability: In stock.
Price:  $19.95


In this stunning follow-up to 75 Exciting Vegetables for Your Garden, gardener and garden designer, Jack Staub, brings the same charming detail, quirky and remarkable stories, and lovely writing voice to 75 Remarkable Fruits for Your Garden. After tireless hours of research to bring the most accurate and up-to-date information, as well as the most intriguing facts and historical illuminations 75 Remarkable Fruits for Your Garden provides a history of each plant, thoughts and tips on growing it, and ends with a simple recipe for serving up these mouth-watering fruits in salads, side dishes, breads, and desserts.

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A Nature Lover's Almanac

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A Nature Lover's Almanac : Kinky Bugs, Stealthy Critters, Prosperous Plants & Celestial Wonders
By author: Diane Olson   Illustrated by: Adele Flail
Product Code: 22246
ISBN: 978-1-4236-2224-6
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
Binding Information: Paperback
Availability: In stock.
Price:  $12.99


Did you know that : We all have follicle mites living on our faces? In India, the humble pigeon is a symbol of lust? Jumping spiders sometimes watch TV with you? Healthy garden soil has the same characteristics as a good chocolate cake? The North Pole rarely points north? The caterpillar of the silver-spotted skipper blasts its frass (poop) five feet outside its nest? Fascinating but little-known facts of nature will connect you with the rhythms of the universe and enlighten you every day of the year. Also included are good tips for gardeners as well as a rundown of what constellations you can see in the night sky each month.

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A Time to Plant

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A Time to Plant : Southern-Style Garden Living
By author: James T. Farmer
Product Code: 23465
ISBN: 978-1-4236-2346-5
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
Binding Information: Hardback
Availability: In stock.
Price:  $40.00


A VITAL YOUNG VOICE IN THE GARDENING SCENE teaches a new generation of Southerners to love gardening and to make it a focal point of their lifestyle. James Farmer III teaches respect for the age-old rules of flower and vegetable gardening in the Deep South (e.g., May is the time for pruning), in a fresh voice that resonates love of life and entertaining at home. Also included are delicious recipes for seasonal meals, as well as suggestions for floral arrangements and centerpieces created from the garden.

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Alluring Lettuces

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Alluring Lettuces : And Other Seductive Vegetables for Your Garden
By author: Jack Staub
Product Code: 08295
ISBN: 978-1-4236-0829-5
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
Binding Information: Paperback
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Price:  $16.99


Seventy-five unusual and eminently beautiful vegetables are profiled in this charming book by expert gardener and garden designer Jack Staub. Within these pages, you’ll discover produce not likely found at the supermarket, including the Asparagus Bean, Chinese Rat Tail Radish, Green Zebra Tomato, and Turkish Orange Eggplant. Staub presents the charming history and lore surrounding the plants as well as instructions for growing them outdoors or indoors in containers.

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Ancient Agriculture

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Ancient Agriculture : Roots and Application of Sustainable Farming
By author: Gabriel Alonso De Herrera   Introduction by: Juan Estevan Arellano   Illustrated by: Bryan Romero
Product Code: 01203
ISBN: 978-1-4236-0120-3
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
Binding Information: Hardback
Availability: In stock.
Price:  $24.95


The Art of Agriculture is the first English edition of Obra de Agricultura by Gabriel Alonso de Herrera, an agriculture instruction manual originally written in Granada, Spain, in 1513 and published there in 1539. Herrera, widely considered the Father of Modern Spanish Agriculture, wrote this treatise nearly five centuries ago, thoughtfully recounting traditional farming techniques of the Moors before their expulsion from Spain, the Spanish colonizers in the early 1600s, and the rural Indo-Hispano bioregion spanning northern New Mexico and southern Colorado.

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