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Grow the Good Life Why a Vegetable Garden Will Make You Happy, Healthy, Wealthy, and Wise by Michele Owens 224 pages Rodale, 2011 List price: $24.99 Some gardening books are how-tos and some are entertaining. The former, I tend to … Read Article
From Seed to Skillet A Guide to Growing, Tending, Harvesting and Cooking Up Fresh, Healthy Food to Share with People You Love by Jimmy Williams and Susan Heeger 176 pages Chronicle Books, 2010 List price: $30.00 With so many books … Read Article
So, you want to garden until the bitter end? Like MIA at the Grammys or Amy Poehler doing the Palin rap? Here’s how.
Garden Up! Smart Vertical Gardening for Small and Large Spaces by Susan Morrison & Rebecca Sweet 224 pages Cool Springs Press, 2011 List price: $19.95 Sears had “The Wish Book.” Many companies have an “idea book.” Garden Up! is both. … Read Article
Sugar Snaps and Strawberries:Simple Solutions for Creating Your Own Small-Space Edible Garden by Andrea Bellamy 224 pages Timber Press, 2011 List price: $19.95 There’s a plethora of edible gardening books on the market today, following the rising trend of growing … Read Article
And I Shall Have Some Peace There: Trading in the Fast Lane For My Own Dirt Road by Margaret Roach 260 pages Grand Central Publishing, 2010 List price: $25.99 In our dream world, while still young and job marketable, some … Read Article
We chose this blogger as the first recipient of the Horticulture Best Garden Blog 2011 award because you would be hard-pressed to come across someone in the garden blogging community who hasn’t known, read, or had the chance to meet her. Read Article
In this age of social media, I’m reaching out here on the Editor’s Blog to see if there is one among you who wants to join a dynamic team of passionate gardeners who are carrying on the Horticulture tradition in the 21st century. Read Article
During this dark season of the year as we move toward the winter solstice, my “gardening” is more about planning than doing, but it saves my soul all the same. Read Article