How to keep alive 119 gorgeous indoor plants, then help them bloom and thrive.
You’ve welcomed a plant into the home: Now what? Your first job is to keep it alive, then after that help it bloom and thrive. Learn all the tips and tricks you need to become a proud plant parent—of more than 100 different plants (if you’re up for it)!
Plan your garden and track your plants throughout each growing season with this comprehensive gardening journal—perfect for beginner and seasoned gardeners alike!
Whether you’re new to gardening or an experienced green thumb, this gardening journal from Sarah Simon (@themintgardener) and Colin Simon will help you get a head start on next season’s harvest.
A gorgeous visual guide to designing jaw-dropping botanical arrangements from world-renowned floral artist Kiana Underwood.
Filled with photos of hundreds of lush arrangements and expert wisdom from floral design star Kiana Underwood, this imaginative guide provides all the secrets and visual inspiration to create your own spectacular flower arrangements for special occasions.
Uncover Darwin’s most important writings about plants with this important collection featuring expert interpretations and rare illustrations.Charles Darwin is best known for his work on the evolution of animals, but in fact a large part of his contribution to the natural sciences is focused on plants.
The Complete Practical Guide to Growing Vegetables Year-Round in Northern Climates for Local Markets
MANY SMALL FARMS shut down during the dark winter months. Yet with the right techniques, equipment, and cultivars, year-round growing can produce the highest quality and tastiest fresh local vegetables, all while banking a profit.
Introduces an original take on floral design that teaches us to see the world anew
Based on Lindsey Taylor’s popular Wall Street Journal column ‘Flower School,’ on its surface this book demonstrates how Taylor creates stunning but achievable floral arrangements inspired by works of art.
Today there are 1,775 botanic gardens around the world, forging the way in conservation efforts and scientific research, but the roots of these horticultural institutions are much older.
From Calvert Crary and Bruce Littlefield, The Encyclopedia of Cut Flowers is a comprehensive, gorgeously visual guide that answers every question you've ever had (and a few you didn't know to ask!) about buying, caring for, and prolonging the lives of more than 140 different varieties of commonly available cut flowers.
The Encyclopedia of Cut Flowers
The ultimate celebration of England’s most gorgeous gardens, showcasing their enduring appeal from historic masterpieces to individual creations of today
The English Gardener’s Garden spans seven centuries to spotlight over 60 of England’s finest gardens.
A Field Guide to Succulents introduces you to over 200 popular succulent and cacti species including many you've never seen before
Chronicle life in your garden with this elegant 5-year journal full of tracking tools, planning space, gardening guidance, and inspiration.
Compiled by garden personality and QVC host Linda Vater, The Garden Journal is an essential record-keeping tool for every gardener, no matter what you grow.
As featured in New York Times, Gardens Illustrated, and Sunday Times
A richly illustrated survey celebrating humankind’s enduring relationship with the garden, explored throughout art, science, history, and culture
Garden takes readers on a journey across continents and cultures to discover the endless ways artists and image-makers have foun