Landscaping


Landscaping with Fruit: Strawberry ground covers, blueberry hedges, grape arbors, and 39 other luscious fruits to make your yard an edible paradise.
Beautiful No-Mow Yards: 50 Amazing Lawn Alternatives
New Complete Guide To Landscaping
Stone Landscaping: Ideas and Techniques for Stonework
All New Square Foot Gardening
New Complete Home Landscaping
Blue Dahlia (In the Garden, #1)
Edible Landscaping with a Permaculture Twist: How to Have Your Yard and Eat It Too
Step-by-Step Landscaping
Bringing Nature Home: How Native Plants Sustain Wildlife in Our Gardens
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Sally Wasowski
The Chef's Choice
Native Texas Plants: Landscaping Region by Region
Trellises and Arbors
Permaculture: A Designers' Manual
Dirr's Hardy Trees and Shrubs by Michael A. DirrPest Control for Organic Gardening by Amber RichardsThe Well-Tended Perennial Garden by Tracy DiSabato-AustThe Gardens of Gertrude Jekyll by Richard BisgroveThe Collector's Garden by Ken Druse
Best Books for Gardeners
126 books — 47 voters
Regrow your Veggies by Melissa RaupachSmall Plot, Big Harvest by Lucy HalsallThe Vegetable Gardener's Bible by Edward C. SmithThe Midwest Native Plant Primer by Alan BranhagenChoosing Plant Combinations by Cathy Wilkinson Barash
Gardening Book Display
15 books — 1 voter

Tiny Victory Gardens by Acadia TuckerThe Well-Tempered Garden by Christopher  LloydAround the World in 80 Gardens by Montagu DonThe Gardens of Gertrude Jekyll by Richard BisgroveGreat Gardens Of Italy by Montagu Don
Garden design and history
24 books — 14 voters


Cassandra Danz
The way to get a deciduous hedge for free is to ask a neighbor to let you take divisions from his shrubs. You can take ten or twenty sucker-like shoots with their roots attached before he will notice and start to feel like a sucker himself. Thank him profusely and suggest that you'd love to have him and the wife over to dinner sometime, but don't give a specific date. Perhaps in the winter, you might suggest, when there's not so much work to do in the yard. ...in about three to five years the l ...more
Cassandra Danz, Mrs. Greenthumbs Plows Ahead: Five Steps to the Drop-Dead Gorgeous Garden of Your Dreams

Douglas W. Tallamy
Most yards can support many more trees than they currently do, particularly near the borders of the property, without losing the open feel near the house that people enjoy.
Douglas Tallamy

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