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A rotating collection of what’s new, useful or just simply inspiring. Great for armchair gardening, and books are always a great gift.
Seattle author Cass Turnbull, founder of PlantAmnesty, teaches the proper way to prune our outdoor plants. Clear instructions and illustrations are intended to help put an end to bad pruning practices and create a more beautiful garden. Easy to follow, one of the best books on the subject and a staff favorite.
Everything you need to know to beautify your home without plants, from choosing to caring for indoor plants and a guide to the easiest care varieties. Plants not only add energy and style to our homes but also bring nature indoors, enriching our lives with their calming, soulful presence.
The complete homeowner’s guide to plant selection, growing advice and style tips specifically for the Pacific Northwest gardener. Portland authors Paul Bonne and Amy Campion share their insider tips on growing a spectacular garden in our region, with all of our microclimates from southwest British Columbia to Washington and Oregon.
Join local author and gardening personality Ciscoe Morris for a humorous look into the joys and challenges of the gardens he has tended. From encounters with wildlife to the secret lives of insects, to the dogs who have joined him on his travels and his adventures as head gardener at Seattle University, these stories are sure to delight gardeners everywhere.
Whether you want to add more monsteras, grow your favorite heirloom tomato, or enhance your front-yard flower show, plant propagation expert Leslie Halleck shows you how to do it right. This charming how-to guide will help you grow your garden indoors and out.
Walking guides to all of Seattle’s best and most scenic places to stretch your legs. Explore hidden gems and community favorites.
Local Seattle author and vegetable gardening expert Lorene Edwards Forkner shares all the information you need to create a thriving garden, from facts about soil and sun to tips on fertilizing, mulching and watering. Includes regional planting charts, and a month-by-month calendar. Whether your garden grows in the ground, on a balcony, or in containers, this is your guide to grow-your-own success.
Author Daryl Beyers, instructor at the New York Botanical Garden, shows new gardeners what it takes to make a garden grow. Learn the hows and whys of gardening from clear, science based instructions. No one is born a gardener, but everyone was born to garden!
Local Seattle author Lorene Edwards Forkner teaches basic skills for the new vegetable gardener, as well as tutorials to improve the skills of more advanced growers. Includes monthly planting guides to show exactly what to do in the garden month by month. An invaluable resource for the region’s tried and tested varieties.