Gardening Books

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Absolutely beautiful containers: the ABCs of creative container gardens. Sue Amatangelo. 635.986 Amatangelo

Before and after garden makeovers.  Vickie Webster. 712.6 Webster

Big gardens in small spaces: out-of-the-box advice for boxed-in gardeners.  Martyn Cox. 635.967 Cox

Cool plants for hot gardens: 200 water-smart choices for the Southwest.  Greg Starr.  635.9525 Starr

Designing with succulents.  Debra Lee Baldwin.  635.9525 Baldwin

Drip irrigation for every landscape and all climates: helping your garden flourish while conserving water: outwit droughts with expert guidance.  Robert Kourik.  635.0487 Kourik

The Ever-blooming flower garden: a blueprint for continuous color.  Lee Schneller.  635.9 Schneller

Front yard gardens: Growing more than grass.  Liz Primeau.  635.967 Primeau

Gardening basics for dummies. Steven A. Frowine.  635.2 Frowine

Golden Gate gardening: the complete guide to year-round food gardening in the S.F. Bay Area.  Pam Pierce.  635.0979 Pierce

Green places in small spaces: a practical guide to designing and planting a small-space garden. Kerwin Fischer.  712.6 Fischer

Growing Chinese vegetables in your own backyard: grow 40 vegetables and herbs in gardens and pots.  Geri Harrington.  635 Harrington

Hardscaping: how to use structures, pathways, patios and ornaments in your garden.  Keith Davitt.  717 Davitt

Japanese gardening in small spaces: step by step illustrations.  Isao Yoshikawa.  712.0952 Yoshikawa

My garden.  Jamaica Kincaid.  635 Kincaid

The New low maintenance garden: how to have a beautiful productive garden and the time to enjoy it.  Valerie Easton.  712.6 Easton

A Practical guide to Japanese gardening: from design options and materials to planting techniques and decorative features.  Charles Chesshire.  712.6095 Chesshire

Stonescaping: a guide to using stone in your garden.  Jan Whitner.  717 Whi

Tough plants for California Gardens: low care, no care, tried and true winners.  Felder Rushing.  636 Rushing

Death in the orchid garden. Ann Ripley.
Louise Eldridge has a date with murder when she discovers the body of an arrogant botanist and must sift through a wealth of suspects to catch a killer. M Ripley, A.

Garden spells. Sarah Addison Allen.
Successful caterer Claire Waverley prepares dishes using plants from a family garden rumored to be endowed with mystical powers. When her rebellious sister Sydney suddenly returns home with a young daughter, Claire's quiet life is turned upside down. Fic Allen, S. 

Holly blues. Susan Wittig Albert.
After taking in her husband's troubled ex-wife, Sally, China Bayles begins receiving menacing phone calls that may be connected to the murder of Sally's parents ten years ago, and must weed out the truth on her own. M Albert, S.W. 

In the garden of Iden.  Kage Baker.
Mendoza is sent to Elizabethan England to collect samples from the garden of Sir Walter Iden all in an effort to save the Company. But her quest is jeopardized by a man who stirs unfamiliar emotions within her about her future. S Baker, K. 

Julie & Romeo. Jeanne Ray.
Meet the Cacciamanis and the Rosemans, rival florists and bitter enemies for as long as either family can remember until one fateful day when divorced Julie Roseman and widowed Romeo Cacciamani meet by chance at a small business seminar in Boston. Fic Ray, J. 

Lilies that fester. Janis Harrison.
While attending a florist convention in Branson, Missouri, Bretta Solomon, flower-shop owner, is asked to solve a mystery. M Harrison, J.