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New Books from Llewellyn
Llewellyn Worldwide is a leading publisher of calendars, almanacs, astrological, and self help guides. For 2009, they've released a number of titles that will be of interest to gardeners.

New Bulbs for 2007
For the 2007 gardening season, a number of new bulb varieties are being introduced.

New Garden Quilt Books for Gardeners
With the gardening season drawing to a close, gardeners can find many ways to bring the beauty of the garden indoors. Garden crafts and garden quilts are ideal ways to decorate the home with flowers.

New Herbs for 2006
It is never too soon to begin planning the 2006 gardening season. Here are some wonderful new herb varieties that can be used throughout the landscape. They are suitable for mixed borders, flower beds, and herb gardens.

New Herbs for 2007
In 2007, a number of new herbs for the landscape will be introduced as seeds or plants.

New Perennials for 2007
For 2007, a number of new perennials will be available for growing in perennial beds and borders, and mixed borders.

New World Grape History
There are a number of native grape species in America. In addition the European grapes were also introduced to the New World by the Europeans.

Nitaka and Orcas Pears
Pears are a good choice for many areas of the country. Both the heirloom and modern varieties, such as Nitaka and Orcas, are good for landscapes.

Numerous Kinds of Wassail
Wassail has evolved over the years with many kinds of ingredients being added.

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.

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