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Selected Pomegranate Varieties
A number of pomegranate varieties are available in North America. Among these are popular types, such as Wonderful and Eversweet pomegranates.

Sewing and Quilting Books for Gardeners
Decorate the home and outdoor living areas with beautiful garden appliqued projects. Here are some recommended sewing and quilting books with projects that will appeal to gardeners.

Sheldon and Other Pears
Many kinds of pears are suitable for the fruit garden. The Sheldon and Shin Li Asian are highly recommended.

Shinseiki and Other Pears
Fruit trees deserve a place in the edible landscape. Here are profiles of the Shinseiki pear and others.

Shrubby and Tree-like Plants for Warm Climates
Gardeners in warmer areas can choose from a number of shrubby and tree-like plants, such as rosemary.

Siberian and Southern Crabs
When one is choosing a species of crab apple, there are many wonderful kinds available. The Siberian and Southern crab apples are especially ornamental and bear edible fruits.

Skirret Uses and History
Skirret has been used as a human food since ancient times. This largely neglected vegetable originated in Eurasia.

Small Garden Book Reviews
Small gardens present unique challenges and opportunities for gardeners. The basics of good garden design still apply. Here are some books with sensational ideas for small gardens.

Small Trees for the Small Landscape
When choosing trees for small landscapes, here are some things to consider.

Snowberries and Coralberries
At first glance, you might think the ghostly white snowberries and the coralberries have nothing in common. In fact, these are related species. They´re in the same group known as Symphoricapos. These versatile shrubs can be used in various ways throughout the landscape.

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