The Sibley Guide to Trees – Written and Illustrated by David Allen Sibley

A beautiful, masterful, and much-needed work that will henceforth be our guide to North American trees.” — Edward O. Wilson

Precise illustrations, clear descriptions, and invaluable information. Flexi-cover.


The American Woodland GardenCapturing the Spirit of the Deciduous Forest. Alphabetical listing of woodland plants offers useful advice for every garden, emphasizing native trees, shrubs, vines, ferns, grasses, sedges, and flowering perennials that fit the forest aesthetic. 700 stunning photos show both the natural plant in the wild and the effects that can be achieved with them in garden settings. Information on planting, soils, and maintenance, 376 pages, full-color photographs, hardcover,

$49.95. Rick Darke

Growing and Propagating Wild Flowers An Easy-to-Use Guide for All Gardeners
By Harry Phillips “With this book in hand, any gardener can effectively have a wildflower garden without robbing a single plant from nature. . . . You will find this book helpful no matter where you garden,” – Southern Living.


Cultivating Delight – A Natural History of My Garden. Diane Ackerman delights in her garden through all the seasons. Written in sensuous, lyrical prose, Cultivating Delight is a hymn to nature and the pleasure we take in it. Hardcover,


Mason Bees, Gentle-Natured Garden Caretakers – Raising mason bees is easy, but gardeners new to these gentle pollinators will appreciate our How-To Guide pamphlet. Easy to read, this 16-page pamphlet is a quick reference guide to help your gardeners be successful with both spring and summer mason bees.
* Discussion of which bee fits your needs – An overview of what you need in your yard
* Time tables for both spring bees and summer leafcutter bees
* An overview of pests and what to do about them
* A summary of bees, nesting material, houses, and accessories .


Outwitting Deer 101 Truly Ingenious Methods and Proven Techniques to Prevent Deer from Devouring Your Garden and Destroying Your Yard – By Bill Adler, Jr. – As adaptable as squirrels, deer will jump fences, trample flowers, even enter your house-all in search of a good meal. Adler offers over one hundred truly ingenious methods for outwitting these voracious ungulates. Armed with Outwitting Deer, you will keep your gardens and backyards safe from the armies of these lovely but ravenous animals.


Wildflowers of the Eastern United States
  “An excellent guidebook” – Bowling Green Daily News
  “The serious horticulturist, the devoted gardener, the occasional gardener, and even the interested novice will benefit from this book.” – Southern Living
   “Impressive . . . A must-have book on the shelf of anyone interested in nature in Florida.” – Tampa Tribune-Times

Hardcover $29.95,  Paperback $24.95