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The Undaunted Garden

The Undaunted Garden Author : Lauren Springer
Release : 2000-07-26
Publisher : Fulcrum Pub
ISBN : 9781555910075
File Size : 64.29 MB
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From "bulb lawns" to "the never summer garden," from "perennials with fortitude" to "annuals that span the seasons," Lauren Springer delivers us the stalwart garden. With infectious enthusiasm, she offers down-to-earth advice and recommendations for sturdy, effortless, and beautiful plants and how to compose them with style.

The Undaunted Garden

The Undaunted Garden Author : Lauren Springer Ogden
Release : 1994
Publisher : Fulcrum Pub
ISBN :
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Offers advice on planning a garden that is attractive during all four seasons, and recommends a variety of plants that offer beauty and resilience in a variety of conditions

Garden Musings

Garden Musings Author : James K. Roush
Release : 2009-04
Publisher : James Roush
ISBN : 1440137854
File Size : 44.58 MB
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In the first essay in "Garden Musings," this gardening writer states, "The evidence keeps racking up that I, the Hoosier-born offspring of several generations of farmers, chose through ignorance to garden in a delightful area combining the world's worst soil and an exasperating climate, all augmented by various man-made and natural catastrophes such as tornadoes, droughts, prairie fires, hail, drenching rains, ice-storms, late freezes, boiling summers, and seventy mile per hour winds. " Gardening, with all the pressures of struggle between the environment, wild animals, and the gardener, and particularly in the harsh Kansas weather, is not for the faint-hearted as demonstrated by the many essays in the book including Sweet (Corn) Pain, Weather-Weary, Midden Misery, and Soil Sorrows. While the essays are full of useful personal observations about gardening style, plant information, and garden practices, the author also turns his wry eye on tumbling a number of gardening tenets and institutions as he turns his attentions on composting, lawn maintenance, and landscape designers who work primarily in junipers, Japanese barberry and Stella de Oro daylilies. The timing and content of programming of the Home and Garden Television Network and the lack of availability of G-rated gardening statues are other topics that don't escape this garden curmudgeon. Gardeners searching for practical advice or simply for winter-reading pleasure will all find fulfillment within these pages.

The Earth in Her Hands

The Earth in Her Hands Author : Jennifer Jewell
Release : 2020-03-03
Publisher : Timber Press
ISBN : 1604699833
File Size : 70.87 MB
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“An informative and celebratory resource.” —Booklist In this beautiful and empowering book, Jennifer Jewell—host of public radio’s award-winning program and podcast Cultivating Place—introduces 75 inspiring women. Working in wide-reaching fields that include botany, floral design, landscape architecture, farming, herbalism, and food justice, these influencers are creating change from the ground up. Profiled women include flower farmer Erin Benzakein; codirector of Soul Fire Farm Leah Penniman; plantswoman Flora Grubb; edible and cultural landscape designer Leslie Bennett; Caribbean-American writer and gardener Jamaica Kincaid; soil scientist Elaine Ingham; landscape designer Ariella Chezar; floral designer Amy Merrick, and many more. Rich with personal stories and insights, Jewell’s portraits reveal a devotion that transcends age, locale, and background, reminding us of the profound role of green growing things in our world—and our lives.

The Monk in the Garden

The Monk in the Garden Author : Robin Marantz Henig
Release : 2000
Publisher : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN : 9780618127412
File Size : 52.62 MB
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A fresh study of the groundbreaking work in genetics conducted by Gregor Mendel, acclaimed as the father of modern genetics, argues that the Moravian monk was far ahead of his time.

Gardens Across America, West of the Mississippi

Gardens Across America, West of the Mississippi Author : John J. Russell
Release : 2006-03-03
Publisher : Taylor Trade Publishing
ISBN : 1461708915
File Size : 88.54 MB
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Gardening is one of America's most popular hobbies, and attendance at public gardens and arboreta continues to rise. Gardens Across America: Vol. II is a comprehensive guide to nearly 1,000 gardens west of the Mississippi. Each entry in this state-by-state guide contains such basic information as hours of operation and directions as well as a listing of activities, educational programs, and unique botanical features.

Passionate Gardening

Passionate Gardening Author : Lauren Springer
Release : 2000
Publisher : Fulcrum Publishing
ISBN : 9781555913489
File Size : 46.75 MB
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For over a decade, Lauren Springer and Rob Proctor have been good friends and garden writing colleagues. In Passionate Gardening, readers will be entertained, informed, and inspired by the pair's practical wisdom, wit, and tales of perseverance. Gardeners who live in challenging climates where extremes of temperatures, wind, and more are the norm. Garden success depends on on the most appropriate plant selections, the best gardening techniques, and maximizing the seasons. Every subject the authors tackle?from early snows to slugs, from bulbs to botanical Latin?urges readers to make the most of the gardens they tend. Passionate Gardener takes the gardener through the season in a most comprehensive, yet pleasurable and accessible way, as the authors celebrate a diversity of plants for every site and every season. The champion sound, ecologically friendly gardening techniques, from soil and water issues to pest management. They also offer up stories of their horticultural adventures as their personal gardens have evolved, making this lively, information-packed reading with a personal, real touch. Hailed by critics and fellow garden writers as among the top American garden writers of today, Lauren and Rob have translated their shared passion for gardening into gardens that thrive beautifully and into a new book that will raise the spirits, expectations, and results of all those who read it. With its mixture of sparkling essays and lush photographs, Passionate Gardening is an indispensable guide for both budding and seasoned gardeners.

The Zen of Gardening in the High and Arid West

The Zen of Gardening in the High and Arid West Author : David Wann
Release : 2003
Publisher : Fulcrum Publishing
ISBN : 9781555914578
File Size : 35.5 MB
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Drawing from his own considerable gardening experience and expertise, as well as leaning on the wisdom of the people he calls "The Zen Masters of the Western Garden," David Wann gathers a mix of stories, how-to advice, and simple, doable projects that are ideal for gardeners in the high and arid landscapes of the West. This covers topics such as strategic gardening (how to coax fruits and vegetables from a sun-parched garden), pest-proof planting, choosing the right varieties of edibles for the region, how to become a seed-starting maniac, a Farmer's Almanac approach to gardening (plant peas when the first cottonwood leaves appear!), as well as profiles of colorful local gardens and gardeners.

Taylor's Master Guide to Landscaping

Taylor's Master Guide to Landscaping Author : Rita Buchanan
Release : 2000
Publisher : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN : 9780618055906
File Size : 20.96 MB
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Reveals the vital components of landscape design, offering advice on choosing a site, selecting plants, creating garden accessories, and maintaining a landscape.

Garden Design

Garden Design Author :
Release : 1997
Publisher :
ISBN :
File Size : 26.93 MB
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Maids in a Market Garden

Maids in a Market Garden Author : Richard Dehan
Release : 1894
Publisher :
ISBN :
File Size : 39.59 MB
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Cutting Edge Gardening in the Intermountain West

Cutting Edge Gardening in the Intermountain West Author : Marcia Tatroe
Release : 2007
Publisher : Big Earth Publishing
ISBN : 9781555663872
File Size : 48.24 MB
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A guide to gardening in the Intermountain West, which includes parts of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, Montana, Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming.

Missouri Botanical Garden Bulletin

Missouri Botanical Garden Bulletin Author : Missouri Botanical Garden
Release : 1918
Publisher :
ISBN :
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The January number of early volumes contains the reports of the officers of the board and the director.

The Complete Stories of Robert Louis Stevenson

The Complete Stories of Robert Louis Stevenson Author : Robert Louis Stevenson
Release : 2011-07-13
Publisher : Modern Library
ISBN : 0307796841
File Size : 36.81 MB
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The complexity and range of Robert Louis Stevenson’s short fiction reveals his genius perhaps more than any other medium. Here, leading Stevenson scholar Barry Menikoff arranges and introduces the complete selection of Stevenson’s brilliant stories, including the famed masterpiece Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, as well as “The Beach of Falesá” and Stevenson’s previously uncollected stories. Arthur Conan Doyle has written that “[Stevenson’s] short stories are certain to retain their position in English literature. His serious rivals are few indeed.” This Modern Library Paperback Classics edition includes explanatory notes, a Scots’ Glossary, and a unique appendix dedicated to Stevenson’s influence on the Oxford English Dictionary.

Undaunted

Undaunted Author : Zoya Phan
Release : 2010-05-04
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
ISBN : 9781439134733
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Once a royal kingdom and then part of the British Empire, Burma long held sway in the Western imagination as a mythic place of great beauty. In recent times, Burma has been torn apart and isolated by one of the most brutal dictatorships in the world. Now, Zoya of the, a young member ofthe Karen tribe in Burma, bravely comes forward with her astonishingly vivid story of growing up in the idyllic green mansions of the jungle, and her violent displacement by the military junta that has controlled the country for almost a half century. This same cadre has also relentlessly hunted Zoya and her family across borders and continents. Undaunted tells of Zoya’s riveting adventures, from her unusual childhood in a fascinating remote culture, to her years on the run, to her emergence as an activist icon. Named for a courageous Russian freedom fighter of World War II, Zoya was fourteen when Burmese aircraft bombed her peaceful village, forcing her and her family to flee through the jungles to a refugee camp just over the border in Thailand. After being trapped in refugee camps for years in poverty and despair, her family scattered: as her father became more deeply involved in the struggle for freedom, Zoya and her sister left their mother in the camp to go to a college in Bangkok to which they had won scholarships. But even as she attended classes, Zoya, the girl from the jungle, had to dodge police and assume an urban disguise, as she was technically an illegal immigrant and subject to deportation. Although, following graduation, she obtained a comfortable job with a major communications company in Bangkok, Zoya felt called back to Burma to help her mother and her people, millions of whom still have to live on the run today in order to survive—in fact, more villages have been destroyed in eastern Burma than in Darfur, Sudan. After a plot to kill her was uncovered, in 2004 Zoya escaped to the United Kingdom, where she began speaking at political conferences and demonstrations—a mission made all the more vital by her father’s assassination in 2008 by agents of the Burmese regime. Like Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Zoya has become a powerful spokesperson against oppressors, undaunted by dangers posed to her life. Zoya’s love of her people, their land, and their way of life fuels her determination to survive, and in Undaunted she hauntingly brings to life a lost culture and world, putting faces to the stories of the numberless innocent victims of Burma’s military

Records

Records Author : Geological Survey of Victoria
Release : 1917
Publisher :
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