At Clay Bottom Farm, author Ben Hartman and staff practice kaizen, or continuous improvement, cutting out more waste--of time, labor, space, money, and more--every year and aligning their organic production more tightly with customer demand.
Following up on 100 Years, 100 Buildings, author John Hill steps outside to present a century's worth of the most breathtaking and significant landscape designs around the globe.
A do-it-yourself guide to a complete garden rehab
A modern guide to the fashionable world of prickly, spiny houseplants.
What's the best way to nurture your green thumb when you don't have a yard or space? Houseplants This is your guide to raising the best, healthiest, and happiest potted plants nature has ever seen.
An in-depth exploration spanning 800 years of the art, essence, and enduring impact of the Japanese garden.
Get a little greenery in your life with this beautiful, practical guide to decorating with houseplants. At Home with Plants helps you select, plant, and display an array of easy-to-source, easy-to-care-for botanicals.
Be inspired to imagine the garden of your dreams with this guide that will help you plan, build, and plant your perfect outdoor space.
From the best flowers to plant to encourage the industrious honeybee, to the right soils for your plants, from the easiest-to-grow varieties of courgette, to planning out your garden, RHS expert Guy Barter has curated a selection of graphics to instruct and inspire the green-fingered enthusiast.
A gentle book that compares various plants to stages in a woman's life, exploring issues of life and belonging. Women of all ages can relate to how we change and grow with our various roles, but adds a contemporary twist. DuBois' style combines deeply serious yet comic moments, and helps readers move to a new understanding of building their own lives.
Most of us lump plants together in one big family, and when pressed can only explain their grouping by what they're not--not an animal, not a mineral, and so just a plant. In reality, there are hundreds of different plant families, each grouped logically by a unique family history and genealogy.
Following the success of Plants You Can't Kill, Tornio now takes a look at those plants that can actually kill you if you're not careful. This book will offer up information to gardening enthusiasts of all levels about common plants that are toxic, poisonous, and even deadly.