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Flower Garden Book Reviews
Though vegetable gardening may be on the rise, this doesn't mean folks are giving up on flowers. In fact, perennials remain quite popular. Here are reviews of some excellent books on perennials.

Flowering Geraniums
Flowering geraniums are a great flowering pot plant for indoors during the winter months as well as being a good outdoor landscape plant.

Flowering Sages
One of my favorite herbs is the sage for its crinkled gray leaves are so attractive.

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.

Focus on Indoor Plants
During the winter, I welcome the chance to focus attention on my house plants. The summer months are filled with work on the outdoor landscape.

Focus on Indoor Plants
During the winter months when itīs too cold to spend time in our outdoor landscapes, the ideal activity is to get involved with indoor plants.

Foliage Beats Flowers
Here in western North Carolina, the mountains will soon be greening up. The covers will shimmer and shine with the native wildflowers.

Folklore in the Landscape
Before humans invented alphabets, there were storytellers who transmitted the legends and traditions to each new generation. In our landscapes, garden folklore works much the same way.

Food Gardens Book Reviews
With edible landscaping the goal is to harvest your own fresh produce. Here are some books that can help those planning food gardens.

Food Plant History Books
The more we know about plant history, the more interesting gardening becomes. Rich folklore surrounds our garden plants.

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