For anyone who has ever wanted to tend a little piece of ground but wasn’t sure where to begin, GrowVeg offers simple recipes for gardening projects that are both attainable and beautiful. Benedict Vanheems, editor of the popular website GrowVeg.com, guides aspiring green thumbs to success from the start, no matter what size gardening space you have.
Vegetables from your own farm to your own table
Your Backyard Bounty Awaits!
You can grow beautiful, healthy, delicious veggies and herbs right from the start—just follow the trustworthy advice found in The Beginner’s Guide to Growing Great Vegetables.
Renowned interior designer and tastemaker Charlotte Moss celebrates flowers and offers endless inspiration in their use as glorious additions to decorating, entertaining, and everyday living.
Capture the beauty, fragrance, and power of herbs in these delightful crafts for home and garden.
Why craft with herbs? They're easy to grow, beautiful, fragrant, full of health benefits, and are incredibly versatile!
“Reminds us that the best way to get to know a garden is through our senses. Don't expect to make it through many pages before you feel an urge to run outdoors to reintroduce yourself to your own landscape.” —Michelle Slatalla, Gardenista
So much of gardening is focused on seasonal to-do lists and daily upkeep.
This book is the visual resource for anyone looking for garden inspiration, showcasing image after aspirational image of garden designs and solutions.
Design a beautiful and self-sufficient garden; learn the secrets of heirloom vegetables, herbs, and flowers; and enjoy 55 seasonal recipes featuring the fruits of your labor--all with one book!
A beautifully illustrated and unique history of the “queen of flowers” in art, medicine, cuisine, and more
Few flowers have quite the same allure or as significant a place in history as the rose.
Climate activist and farmer Acadia Tucker fell in love with container gardening after glimpsing its potential to produce food--lots of food. By applying select growing practices, and managing for square inches rather than square feet, she has come up with instructions for growing a small-scale farm in your patio, on your stoop, or in your dining room.
Create a floral haven with help from a celebrated garden designer and flower lover.
Fill your garden with native plants, not deer
The benefits of growing natives are plentiful—less upkeep, more pollinators, and a better environment. In Deer-Resistant Native Plants for the Northeast, Ruth Rogers Clausen and Gregory D.