Garden Books on My Bookshelf
AS A GARDEN WRITER, I meet a lot of other garden writers, and am lucky enough to have the opportunity to review a lot of gardening books.
Below are garden books that I really like.
(These aren’t here for referrals to Amazon: they’re here simply because I like these books.)
BUT…before you read about these other garden books,
check out No Guff Vegetable Gardening.
ZESTFUL, FUN, INFORMATION-PACKED, OPINIONATED—even slightly irreverent—this graphic-novel-meets-gardening-book empowers readers to make their own decisions in the vegetable garden because the authors, two garden coaches, talk frankly about issues…and don’t always agree.
Click here for loads of great gardening advice on the website for No Guff Vegetable Gardening..
Asian Vegetables: A Guide to Growing Fruit, Vegetables and Spices from the Indian Subcontinent
Chelsea Green, 2009
Incredible Edibles: 43 Fun Things to Grow in the City
Firefly Books, 2010
The Resilient Gardener: Food Production and Self-Reliance in Uncertain Times
Chelsea Green, 2010
Simply in Season
Mary Beth Lind
Herald Press, 2005
Landscaping With Fruit
Storey Publishing, 2009
The Untamed Garden
McClelland & Steward Ltd., 2011
A Recipe for Continuous Bloom
Plant Paradise Country Gardens, 2011
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