This illustrated reference book is a must-have for gardeners living in the Southwest. With information on when-to and how-to gardening maintenance, complete with photographs, it's a necessary handbook.
A behind-the-scenes look at the history of Claude Monet's garden at Giverny in France which links the world of Monet the artist with Monet the gardener, in a new paperback format.
Building a fort, treehouse or hideaway is part of childhood's imaginary world, where anything might be possible. Forts are universal play places: you can make them almost anywhere, out of almost anything.
The New Wild Garden combines new approaches to a more naturalistic design with the practical side of growing wildflowers and shows how to incorporate wildflowers, real meadows and a looser prarie-style planting into
Grow Native teaches that native plants are gorgeous in traditional, ornamental gardens, and they offer a sustainable, more natural way to garden.