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Indoor Plant Book Reviews
Winter is a trying season for gardeners. Thatīs when houseplants come to the rescue. This is great opportunity to expand our horizons. Here are some books that can help.

Indoor Plant Projects for Winter
With the onset of winter, I find I have renewed interest in my indoor plants. This is the time to focus on the indoor landscape.

Indoor Plants Purify the Air
The benefits of landscaping are many, and this extends to the use of indoor plants for health purposes.

Influential Gardener Empress Josephine
Napoleon may have cast Empress Josephine aside for a trophy wife. Yet, he couldnīt erase her influence in the world of gardening. To this day, we still have plants named in her honor.

Insect Books
Gardeners are often looking for books on insects. Here are some of my favorites.

Insects and Diseases of Melons
All types of melons generally can suffer from the kinds of insect and disease problems. This includes watermelons.

Interior Landscaping
Interior landscapes call for exceptional plants. Now, there are some perennials that are suitable for both indoors and out.

Introduction to Mulberries
Mulberries are native to Africa, Asia, and North America. Most originated in Asia. Two are native to America.

Introduction to Rhubarb
Rhubarb is often associated with spring because it is one of the earliest plants to begin sprouting earlier than most garden plants.

Introduction to the Beautyberries
The very fruitful beautyberries are best known for the luminous purp0le to amethyst berries. The genus name refers to the beautiful fruits.

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