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A great source for many of the gardening tips I have shared with you. Also contains great gardening calendars.
Ever wonder where I got my old-time tips? This is the book. It's great fun to read, and there are some wonderful tips that are still very useful today.
This has so much great stuff in it. This is the paperback version of the one I have. Should be a lot cheaper.
Another source for many of my tips. This contains some of the best recipes for dealing with pests of all types.
Treasury of Gardening I confess, I got mine at Wal*Mart at a steal of a price. And I use it a lot. Want a particular look in your garden? This book will help you select colors, locations, everything.
A gardener's easy reference guide to growing more than 500 flowers and herbs from seed. Very well written.
Advice from two gardening experts on growing 1000's of annual and perennial plants. Low on pictures, but very high in content.
This is a great "by plant" list of symptoms for the more common (and a few uncommon) diseases and insect problems. All natural controls.
OK. If you live in Georgia, this book might not be very helpful to you, but it should be included in every gardener's library in the Pacific Northwest. Written by people who KNOW the specific problems (and joys) of gardening in the PNW. Trees for seaside gardens, roses that work as groundcovers, good shrubs for the best cut flowers, vines for soggy sites, and lots more! Includes sources for many of the plants.

Rodale's Successful Organic Gardening Series

You can buy these from Rodale, but they are pricey. Go with Amazon.com and buy the paperback versions. They are extremely good quality at about half the price of the hardbacks from Rodale (I really hate it when the publisher charges you full retail value and make you think it's a good deal.) If you insist on Hardcover, buy from Amazon.com and save some money on each. Each book contains more information than most of us will ever use, and they are very comprehensive in their plant encyclopedias. Much of the data I get regarding my plant pages comes from these books. I love them!

Annuals and Bulbs Hardcover
Annuals and Bulbs Paperback

Companion Planting Hardcover
Companion Planting Paperback

Controlling Pests and Diseases Hardcover
Controlling Pests and Diseases Paperback

Controlling Weeds Paperback (Hardcover out of print)

Fruits and Berries Hardcover
Fruits and Berries Paperback

Herbs Hardcover
Herbs Paperback
  Houseplants and Container Gardens Hardcover
Houseplants and Container Gardens Paperback
  Improving the Soil Hardcover
Improving the Soil Paperback
Landscaping with Perennials Hardcover
Landscaping with Perennials Paperback
Lawns, Grasses and Groundcovers Hardcover
Lawns, Grasses and Groundcovers Paperback
Low Maintenance Landscaping Hardcover
Low Maintenance Landscaping Paperback
Perennials Hardcover
Perennials Paperback
  Pruning Hardcover
Pruning Paperback
Trees, Shrubs and Vines Hardcover
Trees, Shrubs and Vines Paperback
  Vegetables Hardcover
Vegetables Paperback
     

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