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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.
Loree Bohl, the voice behind the popular blog thedangergarden.com, shows you how to break the rules and create the garden you want. Her own gorgeous home garden inspires through the pages, and showcases her zone-busting ideas and success stories. Be empowered to follow your own path in creating the garden you've always wanted. Curbside pick-up only; item does not ship
Windcliff - A Story of People, Plants and Gardens takes you inside the private garden of Dan Hinkley. Read his personal opinions on plants, gardens and garden design, illustrated with stunning photos by Claire Takacs. Curbside pick-up only; item does not ship
Written by humorist and professional horticulturalist (and our very own staffer) Luke Ruggenberg, this hilarious collection of essays tackles the gardening life from his slightly skewed perspective. You'll be guided through a gauntlet of horticultural mischief and laugh-provoking scenarios...and you'll never look at the garden in the same way again. A great gift for gardeners!Curbside pick-up only; item does not ship
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.Curbside pick-up only; item does not ship
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.
Written by the Chairman of the Japanese Society for Forest Medicine, this book explain some the art of Shinrin-Yoku, or how trees can help you find health and happiness. Curbside pick-up only; item does not ship
Learn simple steps for selecting, planting, and caring for organic fruit; over 75 cultivars of fruit trees and berries that thrive in the Pacific Northwest; and 10+ master recipes with variations to preserve your harvest. Curbside pick-up only; item does not ship
A comprehensive guide to organic gardening in the maritime climate of the Pacific Northwest. This new 35th edition has been completely updated. This indispensable guide addresses soil, seeds, compost, planning, harvesting, pests, and watering - as well as guides for growing hundreds of plants. Curbside pick-up only; item does not ship
Learn to turn your brown thumb green with this useful guide that covers everything you need to know about successfully growing houseplants. A great source for watering tips, symptoms and solutions to common problems, and general cultural needs of a wide variety of tropical plants. Curbside pick-up only; item does not ship
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. Curbside pick-up only; item does not ship
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. Curbside pick-up only; item does not ship
Learn to take cuttings, cultivate runners and offsets, divide plants and even grow brand new root systems in the air. Multiply and share your houseplant collection with the help of these knowledgeable authors.Curbside pick-up only; item does not ship
Walking guides to all of Seattle’s best and most scenic places to stretch your legs. Explore hidden gems and community favorites.Curbside pick-up only; item does not ship
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. Curbside pick-up only; item does not ship
Jennifer Jewel, host of public radio’s award-winning program and podcast Cultivating Place, introduces 75 women bound to inspire you. Working in wide-ranging fields including botany, floral design, landscape architecture, farming, herbalism, and food justice, these influencers are creating change from the ground up. Rich with personal stories and insights, these portraits remind us of the profound role of plants in our world - and our lives.Curbside pick-up only; item...
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!Curbside pick-up only; item does not ship
Seattle's Tilth Alliance is a must-have resource for edible gardening in our region. Includes a detailed monthly planning calendar, year-round planting and harvesting guides, organic gardening techniques, as well as garden planning and design ideas. Seattle Tilth has been leading the way for organic gardeners in our unique climate for decades. Curbside pick-up only; item does not ship
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. Curbside pick-up only; item does not ship