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The term poisonous plants isnīt as simple as it seems. It might be more accurate to call them harmful or toxic.
Dealing with Poison Ivy and Poison Oak
Poison ivy and poison oak pose serious problems for some gardeners. While some people can touch the plants without getting a rash, others aren't so lucky.
Perennials Book Reviews
Perennials are among the most versatile plants. They can even be used in container gardens. Here are some books that will help gardeners choose and grow these plants.
Color Trends in the Landscape
Our landscapes are influenced by contemporary color trends.
Garden Structures Book Reviews
Garden structures serve many purposes. These garden projects require careful planning. For that reason, I recommend the following books.
Landscaping trends reveal gardenersī varied tastes and interests.
Small Garden Book Reviews
Small gardens present unique challenges and opportunities for gardeners. The basics of good garden design still apply. Here are some books with sensational ideas for small gardens.
Japanese Gardens Book Reviews
The first thing to consider before starting a landscape project is the garden style. For meditative and contemplative purposes, the Japanese garden canīt be beat. Here are some books that will inspire gardeners.
Flowers for Fall
Something old or something new. Which do you prefer when it comes to fall-blooming plants? Some like the old reliables, the tried and the true ones. Among these would be the mums, pansies, ornamental cabbage and kale, and a few others.
Heirloom Plant Book Reviews
As a living legacy, heirloom plants bring the past to life. Often, these are herbs or edible plants. Here are some books focusing on heritage plants.
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