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Books for Gardeners
Books are an ideal gift, especially for gardeners. If you arenīt sure what title the recipient would like, why not buy a gift card or gift certificate?

Landscaping Books as Holiday Gifts
Books remain one of the top-ranking items for holiday gifts year after year. It is easy to find titles to suit every interest.

Gifts for Gardeners
It is so easy to find suitable gifts for gardeners. Youīll find many wonderful ideas at local garden centers and nurseries as well as online.

Oh! Christmas Tree
For most people the holiday season really begins when they buy their Christmas tree whether it is a cut or a live tree to be planted later in the landscape.

Holiday Plants
Celebrate the holidays in style. Christmas decorations are an important part of that. One quick and easy way to decorat is with holiday plants.

Fall Gardening Chores
Fall is a busy time for the landscape. Itīs one of the best times for planting in many areas.

Japanese Gardens Through the Seasons
Landscapes are a place where we can wind down after a busy day at work.

Landscapes for Birds and Wildlife
The goal of habitat landscaping is to attract birds, butterflies, and/or wildlife to the landscape. We do this by offering htem food, shelter, and water. A lot of people begin by adding a bird feeder to the landscape, and expand their offerings as time goes on.

Ants in the Landscape
Though homeowners donīt like to see ant nests in the landscape, the fact remains that these insects arenīt all bad. In fact, they are considered beneficial in some respects.

Getting Closer to Nature
Over 250 years ago, Henry David Thoreau wrote, "But now, by means of railroads and steamboats and telegraphs, the countryside is denaturalized." Substitute the word freeways and interstates and you have a description of modern life. For some the antidote is to explore the infinite beauty of nature.

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