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  1. Your Farm in the City


    An urban dweller?s guide to growing food and raising animals. By Lisa Taylor. Urban gardening is a new term for resourceful food gardening in a city setting. Written specifically with city dwellers in mind, this has complete information to help guide you to your own micro-farm, with advice on organic produce, livestock, (including chickens, ducks, rabbits and goats) in any urban environment, from a rooftop, window box or in a city lot or backyard. The techniques in this have been refined and taught at the Seattle Tilth Learning Garden for more than thirty tears and can be used to create a high-yield city farm across the United States and Canada. Even those in more rural settings will benefit from this practical advice. Softcover 336 pp Learn More



    How to grow your own food 365 days a year no matter where you live. By Niki Jabbour. Niki is a garden writer and host of The Weekend Gardener - a call in radio show. The first frost no longer has to be the end of your growing season. Niki gardens in Nova Scotia, where short summers and low levels of winter sunlight create the ultimate challenge, but her simple techniques will have you harvesting throughout the year, no matter where you live. You can master the art of succession planting and make inexpensive structures to protect your vegetables through the colder months. Yes, you can have fresh salads in February! Softcover 256 pp Learn More

  3. Giant Pumpkins


    By Don Langevin. This is the forth book that Don has written on giant pumpkins. Here, Don takes a new, organic approach to growing them and also introduces the concept of the Soil Food Web for maximizing the potential of plants. He gives you a complete history of giant pumpkin growing since the rise in weights in 1857 and the modern history starting in 1976. The lineage of the Atlantic Giant Pumpkin, (which we sell) the only variety used by competitive pumpkin growers, is explored in a way that shows the genetics of the present day Atlantic Giant and also gives information on soil preparation, seed selection, seed starting, protection, critter control, pollination, insects and diseases, estimating weight, lifting and more. Since Langevins first book in 1993, the world record has gone from 827 pounds to 1689 pounds with more that 135 1300 pound pumpkins sanctioned at regional weigh offs. This book also includes many colorful photos of the pumpkins and the people who have grown them. Softcover 194 pp Learn More

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  4. Whats Wrong With my Garden


    By David Deardorff & Kathryn Wadsworth. An easy and informative guide for any gardener to follow! Teaches you how to keep your vegetables healthy so they are less susceptible to disease and pests, and when problems do appear it shows you how to recognize and find the best solution. A wealth of knowledge it will quickly become your go-to book for gardening help. Has detailed information on the most commonly grown vegetables, including growth habit, the plants season, temperature, soil, water requirements and best garden uses and planting techniques. If you care about raising the freshest, healthiest, most problem-free vegetables possible, then this book will quickly become one of your most essential tools! Softcover 252 pp Learn More

  5. Week by Week Guide


    By Ron Kujawski and Jennifer Kujawski. Timing is everything, and whether you start your garden planning as a new year?s resolution or grab some seeds with the first warm days of spring this garden planner can help everyone improve their season. Ron and Jennifer, a father and daughter team, will help you take the guesswork out of gardening with weekly to-do lists that break gardening down into easily managed tasks. This helps both beginner and experienced gardeners by taking them through a week-by-week plan for your growing season instead of a one-size-fits-all approach. They offer easy instructions for setting up a personalized schedule based on your last frost date that will help you know when to start seeds indoors, what day to transplant them into the ground, when to pinch off blossoms and when to pick for peak flavor. This gives a full years worth of great advice for all. Softcover, spiral bound 200pp Learn More

  6. Weedless Gardening


    By Lee Reich The phrase "weedless gardening" seems like an oxymoron, but Lee Reich claims it's possible. Reich, who has worked in soil and plant research for the USDA and Cornell University, spent 20 years refining his system of gardening from the top down. The major components of this system are: 1. Minimize soil disruption, 2. Protect the soil surface, 3. Avoid soil compaction, and 4. Use drip irrigation. Reich does not till soil in the spring; he says that exposes hidden weed seeds to light and oxygen, enabling them to sprout. Instead, he says to prepare soil simply cut down or mow weeds or grass. Then lay down 4 layers of newspaper and cover that with mulch 1-3 inches deep. You actually plant seeds or seedlings in this mulch without making holes in the paper. Reich fills in all the details on his method, including a section that covers individual vegetables. (He doesn't even dig deep for asparagus!) He claims his 2000 sq. foot garden needs less than 5 minutes of weeding per week! Softcover 200 pp Learn More

  7. Water Gardens


    by Yvonne Rees and Neil Sutherland. Water gardens, once a rarity, are available to any energetic do-it-yourselfer. Materials can be obtained at most garden centers or around the house. We like this book because its 16 projects are on the simpler end of the water feature scale. Most are in containers - water gardens, bog gardens and fountains. Others involve adding novelty water features or a waterfall to the garden. The book also has much other useful information for water gardeners. It covers the basics such as styles, liners, edgings, and installing water pumps, filters, and fountains. It also has an extensive plant section beginning with waterlilies, other floaters, and oxygenators and spreading out to the marginal moisture loving plants that help fit the water garden in the landscape. Numerous color photos adorn each page. Hardcover 140pp pub at $22.95 Learn More

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  8. Vegetable Gardeners Bible


    By Edward C. Smith. Edward Smith and his wife, Sylvia, have tended their richly fertile garden in northern Vermont for over three decades. With over 1500 square feet of berries, flowers, herbs and nearly 100 varieties of vegetables using his comprehensive and exciting new system of gardening, that he has been refining over this time. His easy to use system, which he refers to as the W-O-R-D, to remind us of the wide rows, organic methods, raised beds and deeply dug soil that underlie everything Ed does with his tips, insights and suggestions. You will discover these along with the trellises, companion planting and basic crop rotation that all leads to his remarkable harvests. This book contains photos following Ed through the whole year from the first day of soil preparation to putting the garden to bed and also numerous charts, tables and garden plans to help you plan and plant your own vegetable garden. Softcover 310 pp pub at $19.95 Learn More

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  9. Vegetable Container Bible


    By Edward C. Smith This is the newest edition of INCREDIBLE VEGETABLES FROM SELF-WATERING CONTAINERS. Edward takes this edition further, and shows us how to grow a bounty of food in pots, tubs and other containers. Not everyone has a big garden but they would like to have their own vegetables and here, Edward shows you how to grow them even if you only have a patio, deck or balcony. Even someone with a big garden can profit from growing many of their plants in containers and you can end up with more food and less work. Edward gives you choices between traditional containers and his self-contained pots system. The biggest problem with growing vegetables in containers is the soil dries out and loses nutrients quickly. After much experimentation, Ed Smith developed his amazing system to solve those issues. His containers have water reservoirs and false bottoms that separate soil from the water, allowing air to reach the soil. Wicking systems move water from the reservoir to the soil. It?s important to pair the right sized pot and reservoir capacity with the specific crop, along with an appropriate soil mix. Smith details the specific needs of a wide variety of vegetables, offers advice on best varieties for container growing and provides organic pest and disease solutions. Softcover 254 pp Learn More



    By Steve and Dave Maslowski A colorful journal filled with beautiful photographs of a wide variety of North American species. This also combines blank pages for your own journal entries. Hardcover 126pp Learn More

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  11. Bulbs


    By John E. Bryan. John Bryan is a television personality, horticultural consultant and lecturer, and the first American to be elected a Fellow of the Institute of Horticulture in London. Here, between publishing his monthly gardening newsletters and annual tours to Europe and South Africa, he gives us a great guide that provides reference to more than 700 species of cultivars and hybrids and is illustrated with 300 photographs, giving you basic information on cultivation, care, pests, and diseases as well as lists of bulbs for landscaping. Softcover 227pp pub at $19.95 Learn More

  12. The Winter Garden


    by Jane Sterndale-Bennett. During the Victorian era many municipal authorities built huge ornamental conservatories as entertainment venues, and the term winter garden soon began to be applied to these mini palaces. Used for band concerts, dancing and other entertainments, they were filled with exotic plants, often richly scented. Public gardens now have more scope and many are planting special winter borders or entire gardens, no longer under glass, but part of the general garden landscape. With increasing numbers of ornamental plants introduced, we are able to do even more with our home gardens now. Some trees have interesting color and berries that will last throughout the winter. A variety of grasses, evergreens, and some persistent perennials will also give color and structure to your garden through these months. Soft cover 160 pp Pub at $19.95 Learn More

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