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  1. 6 INCH ZINC LABELS (4)

    6 INCH ZINC LABELS (4) - sold out

    These labels will stop the guess work of varieties you are growing without continually referring back to your notes. The shorter ones are primarily for pots and flats while larger sizes serve best in the garden. The zinc nameplates offer a wide 2 1/2" x 7/8" deep writing area that can be marked with a wax pencil or a permanent marker. It withstands many types of weather conditions and will last for years. Overall height is 6". Learn More

    Regular Price: $5.50

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  2. 6 PACK FLASH PACKS

    6 PACK FLASH PACKS

    We found this 6-pack ideal to start a couple of herbs on the kitchen counter or to pot up for a small container. The 6 flexiplugs are contained in a polystyrene base with a plastic bottom tray for water drainage. Double up to line up on your window sill to make an attractive little sampler garden. Measures 3 1/2" X 6 1/2" with tray. Learn More

    Regular Price: $5.99

    Special Price: $4.00

  3. 8 OZ TINS (3)

    8 OZ TINS (3)

    Medium sized tin, 3 1/4 inch diameter and 2 inches high. Great for storing or gifting teas, herbs, spices, and rubs. Use to store craft supplies, etc. Learn More
    $6.98

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  4. A Taste of Heritage

    A TASTE OF HERITAGE **sold out**

    by Alma Snell. What Emma Byler did in Plain and Happy Living (L182) for the Amish, Alma Snell has done for Western Indians. Snell, a crow Indian, relates the traditional wild plant knowledge, herbalism, historic and modern cooking traditions that she picked up throughout her life. She stared early, learning much from her grandmother, Pretty Shield, a midwife who lived from 1856 - 1944. When she met and married Bill Snell, an Assiniboine Indian, she discovered his tribes plant uses as well. The two lived on many western reservations and she continued to learn from each. Snell worked as a cook, so she avidly collected recipes. Her book is divided into two sections - food, and medicinal plants and healing. In the first, she provides numerous recipes for plants gathered in the wild, garden vegetables, fish, fowl, and game animals, along with traditional breads and beverages. Snell adapted the recipes to more practical methods of preparation for easy use. Her section on medicinal plants and healing is outstanding. She describes the plants and exactly how they are applied, with extensive narrative on her experiences using them. All her stories are from personal experience. She has used and administered every plant mentioned and cooked every recipe. This makes her book a truly unique treasure, no to be missed! Softcover 191pp Learn More

    Regular Price: $25.95

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  5. A Time to Blossom

    A TIME TO BLOSSOM **sold out**

    Mothers, Daughters and Flowers. By Tova Martin. Photographs by Richard W. Brown. Brown's photography is exquisite, each photo a carefully arranged tableau evoking romanticized images of young girls, mothers and flowers. Everyone wears vintage clothing (from the 1800s, 40s and 50s). Martin's text is equally evocative as she reminisces about her own childhood and the special place flowers and her mother hold in it. We follow her through the seasons as she delivers May baskets, climbs apple trees, picks lilacs, makes hollyhock dolls, or hangs out in her neighbor Mrs. Logee's nearby greenhouse (lucky kid!). She also includes instructions for mother/daughter projects for the next generation. Hardcover 160 pp. Pub at $35.00 Learn More

    Regular Price: $35.00

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  6. A Year in the Garden

    A YEAR IN THE GARDEN

    by Theodore James, Jr. Acclaimed garden author James and garden photographer Harry Haralambou take us on an enjoyable and enlightening tour of their gardens as they evolve through the seasons. They also share the story of the evolutionary background of these gardens from the time James purchased the one acre Long Island, NY property in 1974. On this property they have put an Alpine, water, shade, perennial, Japanese, shrub, woodland and secret gardens. All come together beautifully to fulfill James' guiding concept that "a garden should be a series of events, spectacles, and occurrences that continue throughout the four seasons." Over 200 color photographs help readers experience all the pleasures of events and seasons in their garden. Hardcover 130pp. Pub at $29.95 Learn More

    Regular Price: $29.95

    Special Price: $4.95

  7. Waves of Grain

    ALL AMERICAN WAVES OF GRAIN

    by Barbara Grunes and Virginia Van Vynckt. Here is a book that introduces you how to buy, store, sprout, grind and cook every imaginable grain. Most refined grains are robbed of their nutrients, fiber and trace minerals which help our bodies digest and utilize all the good parts of the whole grains. With more than 150 recipes for grains both single and in creative combinations, and charts on nutrition and how to prepare and cook all these grains. It has also been thoroughly researched for questions like, how did the Iroquois and Hopi use corn? What are all those different rice varieties on the market, and what’s the best way to cook them? What can you do with millet? A very helpful addition to your healthy cooking collection. Hardcover 314pp. Pub at $25.00 Learn More

    Regular Price: $25.00

    Special Price: $8.95

  8. Along the Garden Path

    ALONG THE GARDEN PATH

    by Jean and Valori Wells. Both gardening and quilting offer the creative soul an opportunity to play with color, patterns, texture, and shapes. Here, patterns from 10 well known quilt designers are featured, along with the gardens that inspire them. Each chapter profiles the designer and offers several pages of color photographs of their gardens. Both gardens and quilts represent many different styles. Gardens range from English cottage to drought tolerant Texas gardens. Quilt styles include impressionistic, bold applique, and traditional patterns with a twist. Great directions and templates where needed. Softcover 144pp PUB at $27.95 Learn More

    Regular Price: $27.95

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  9. American Garden Writing

    AMERICAN GARDEN WRITING

    An anthology edited by Bonnie Marranca. All of us can enjoy the progression of gardening through the year; from colonial times to the present while learning from America's rich history of gardeners. More than 50 selections this anthology combine writings from Thomas Jefferson's Notes from a Garden Book, John Bartram's Selected Letters, Elleanor Perenyi's Womans Place and Jamaica Kincaide's My Garden Book. And whether it is George Washington's Letter to Arthur Young, Bernard McMahon's Advice for the Fall, J I Rodale's Introduction to Organic Gardening in 1942 or Michael Pollan's Compost and its Morale Imperatives, it's sure to intrigue and entertain readers of all ages. Softcover 392pp Pub at $18.95 Learn More

    Regular Price: $18.95

    Special Price: $5.95

  10. Animal Book for Children

    ANIMAL BOOK FOR CHILDREN **sold out**

    By Thornton W. Burgess First published in 1920s, this book is delightfully fresh and relevant today. Thornton Burgess was a naturalist who cleverly wove a wealth of facts about the natural world into his tales for children. Peter Rabbits goes to Mother Nature's school to learn about 73 of his mammal relatives, from Tuffy the Lynx to Flitter the Bat. The original painting are reproduced in black and white. Unique gems for children. Softcover 275 pp. Learn More

    Regular Price: $10.95

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  11. Annuals and Perennials

    ANNUALS AND PERENNIALS

    By Geoff Bryant and Tony Rodd. With all the thousands of annuals and perennials out there to choose from, how do you find the best plants for your garden? This book contains all the information you need to choose the ideal flowers for your garden. It features more than 1,300 carefully researched plants entries, including the characteristics, growth habits, and needs of each plant. It has a detailed plant selection table, making it easy to match plants to your garden conditions, and its handy size (6 ? ?X8 ? ?) makes it easy to take with you to the garden center or plant nursery. Softcover 304pp Learn More
    $19.95

  12. APRICOT SEED 1 OZ

    APRICOT SEED 1 OZ

    This is a small grain exfolient, useful for making your own shower scrubs. Simply add it to liquid glycerin. Learn More
    $1.95

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