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Books with Fall Landscaping Projects
Fall is the perfect time to start some of those landscaping projects you´ve been putting off. Here are some books that will help you plan for the new gardening season.

Choosing Plants for Flower Beds and Borders
Picture-perfect flower beds don´t spring up like mushrooms on a lawn. They´re the result of careful thought. Here are some books that will help you design and plant beds and borders for your particular situation.

Converting Lawns to Gardens
Thus far in 2007,huge areas of the country are experiencing drought, including the Southeast and West. In this day and time, it is certainly unwise to be using our scarce water resources for watering lawns.

Books on Edible Crops
Vegetables were among the earliest crops to be domesticated by humankind. While veggies and other edibles have traditionally been grown in separate areas of the landscape, this is by no means necessary.

Fall is Bulb Planting Time
Hardy bulbs are virtually foolproof. They´re the perfect plants for beginners. Busy gardeners also appreciate them. It´s almost impossible to make a mistake so long as you plant them at the right depth and mulch them well once winter arrives. Every landscape should include lots of spring flowering b

Bonsai Book Reviews
Bonsai never seem to go out of style. These are certainly among the most admired plants. These species require careful attention to detail, and that's where books on bonsai come in handy.

2008 All-America Selections Winners
When it comes to choosing garden plants for 2008, you won´t be disappointed with the new All-America Selections winners.

Fall is the Best Time for Planting
Though spring is the time we associate with planting our landscapes, fall is really the best of all. The plants get off to a better start than they do in the spring.

Books on Plant Propagation
Propagating your own plants is so rewarding. Whether you´re using seeds or cuttings, the joy is indescribable.

Books on Container Gardens
Container gardens allow us to use all those out-of-the way spots on the landscape that would ordinarily go to waste. So here are some books that will help you plan and care for your container plantings.

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