The following publishers were inadvertently omitted from our March 17 listing of 2003 gardening titles.
Cool Spring Press
In the following January titles (all paperbacks at $12.99 each), author Melinda Myers promises to turn those front yards into veritable vistas of verdure—The Perfect Illinois Lawn: Attaining and Maintaining the Lawn You Want; …Indiana Lawn…; …Iowa Lawn…; …Michigan Lawn…; …Minnesota Lawn…; …Ohio Lawn…; and …Wisconsin Lawn…. Also out in January were three new titles in the comprehensive Gardener's Guide series (paperbacks at $24.99 each)—Arizona Gardener's Guide by Mary Irish; Mid-Atlantic Gardener's Guide by Andre and Mark Viette with Jacqueline Heriteau; and New England Gardener's Guide by Jacqueline Heriteau and Holly Hunter Stonehill. Revised additions to the series are Louisiana Gardener's Guide by Dan Gill and Joe White and Dale Groom's Texas Gardener's Guide by Dale Groom. Mary Irish covers everything from annuals and perennials to trees and groundcovers in Month-by-Month Gardening in the Desert Southwest (Mar., $19.99 paper). More regional horticulture is addressed in Month-by-Month Gardening in Tennessee (Aug., $19.99 paper) by Judy Lowe. Those gardeners who want to plant it and forget about it might consider the 120 species in Tough Plants for Southern Gardeners: Low Care, No Care, Tried and True Winners (June, $24.99 paper) by Felder Rushing. Advice and wisdom from seasoned gardeners can be found in Gardening Through Your Golden Years (June, $19.99 paper) by Jim Wilson.
More than a million visitors annually admire the famous gardens that weave through Temple Square, the 35-acre Salt Lake City complex that's home to the LDS Church headquarters, the world-famous Salt Lake Temple and the Tabernacle (where the Mormon Tabernacle Choir performs). Now three Temple Square gardeners (plus national gardening guru Larry Sagers) share the gardens' history and offer expert advice based on some 50 years of cumulative experience in Temple Square Gardening (Mar., $26.95) by Christena Gates, Diane Erickson, Shelly Zollinger and Larry Sagers.