Specialized information on growing fruit is hard to find. While the vast majority of garden books are focussed on ornamentals and flowers, our unique selection will give you the information you need to grow healthy plants and harvest and use your abundant crops.
By Warren Manhart
Hooray for the Apple! Let's celebrate this All American Fruit! Enjoy learning about modern varieties like Jonagold or Braeburn and classic varieties like Spitzenberg or Cox's Orange Pippin. Featuring beautiful, large, color photos of each variety, Warren Manhart also provides valuable growing tips plus information on rootstocks, pollination, trellising, commercial production, and more. For Apple growers, connoisseurs, or simply lovers of fruit, we highly recommend this easy to read yet authoritative book.
Hardbound, 274 pages
By Ted Jordan Meredith
Exotic in appearance, a valuable food source, and very useful, Bamboos are actually woody stemmed grasses and offer striking foliage and culms (canes), evergreen screening, tasty shoots, and useful wood for stakes, furniture, and other projects. Bamboo expert Ted Meredith gives us a thorough description of Bamboo species with beautiful photographs, information on their characteristics, and how to select, use, and care for them in the landscape. A beautiful book and a great gift for yourself or your Bamboo enthusiast friend or family member.
Hardbound, 406 pages
COUNTRY WISDOM SERIES This inexpensive and concise series offers valuable information to help you grow many of the plants we offer. All are paperback and 32 pages.
By Annie Proulx and Lew Nichols
This useful book thoroughly covers all aspects of making delicious cider. From choosing and planting the best cider varieties to preserving and enjoying the finished product, you will learn how to make sweet, hard, and sparkling ciders and cider-based foods.
6”x9” Paperback, 224 pages
By Lance Walheim
This book offers detailed information on growing more than 100 varieties of Citrus. Learn how to grow your own Oranges, Lemons, Limes, Kumquats and more, plus learn about growing citrus both in the ground and in containers and chemical-free methods of pest control. With over 100 color photos and illustrations, this book is a great gift for yourself or for your Citrus enthusiast friend or family member.
8-1/2"x11" Paperback, 112 pages
By Barbara Baker
Use this friendly book to help you grow your own healthy fruits and vegetables. This book is your complete guide to growing the twelve fruits and vegetables with the most pesticide residues. You can grow a substantial amount of food in a small organic garden, even on a patio or deck!
Paperback, 110 pages.
By Rhonda Hart
Many of our customers struggle to protect their plants from deer damage. This book gives you many useful tips on how to prevent deer damage to your valuable plants. From fencing and garden design, to using deterrents and planting deer resistant plants, you will find many new ideas you had probably never thought of.
Paperback, 156 pages
By Jeff Cox Starting with bare ground and ending sipping your own homemade wine on your deck, this book covers it all. You'll learn about selecting a site for your vineyard, choosing wine grape varieties, growing, harvesting, pruning, and processing your crop, and finally savoring the fruits of your labor.
6”x9” Paperback, 256 pages
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