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Japanese Gardens Book Reviews
The first thing to consider before starting a landscape project is the garden style. For meditative and contemplative purposes, the Japanese garden canīt be beat. Here are some books that will inspire gardeners.
Japanese Gardens Through the Seasons
Landscapes are a place where we can wind down after a busy day at work.
Jewels of Summer
With few exceptions, flower beds and borders deserve a place in every landscape. Naturally,those with limited space need to be more selective when choosing perennials.
Joe-Pye-Weed as Landscape Plants
The native joe-pye-weeds are excellent choices for wildflower gardens.
Jump Into Fall
Nothing ever stays the same,and thatīs a good thing. By the time weīre weary of the summer heat and humidity, fall is just around the corner.
Kerr and Oregon Crab Apples
While some crab apples are native, others are cultivated varieties. Here are some great ornamental crabs with excellent quality fruits for culinary purposes.
Gardeners can choose form nany kinds of fruit trees for their landscapes. Pears, such as the Kieffer, is a good choice for many areas of the country.
Kitchen Garden Book Reviews
The quality of home grown produce can't be beat. With that in mind, here are reviews of some vegetable and kitchen gardening books that will appeal to gardeners.
Kitchen Garden Cookbooks
Kitchen gardens offer bountiful harvests throughout the growing season. Kitchen gardeners will find the following cookbooks to be particularly useful.
Koroneiki, Picholine, and Other Olives
A number of olive varieties are suitable for American gardens. These include Koroneiki, Picholine, and others.
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