Tabletop Fountains (Oct., $9.95) by Philip Swindells gives advice and suggestions for bringing water garden ambience inside the home. Advertising.
(dist. by Princeton Architectural Press)
Garden Art 2001: Potsdam--National Horticultural Show (Sept., $42) by Michael Kasiske and Thies Schröder is the authorized catalogue for the German garden design extravaganza.
BROOKLYN BOTANIC GARDEN
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The Potted Garden: New Plants and New Approaches for Container Gardens (Sept., $9.95), edited by Scott D. Appell, presents innovative designs, materials and plant combinations.
Summer-Blooming Bulbs: 60 Spectacular Bloomers for Your Summer Garden (Nov., $9.95), edited by Beth Hanson, includes foolproof advice on cultivation and care.
The Gardener’s Book of Charts, Tables, and Lists (Feb., $19.95) by Nancy Ballek MacKinnon organizes plants and flowers by their growing attributes.
Paradise Found: Growing Tropicals in Your Own Backyard (Feb., $18.95) by Norman Winter gives instructions for planting and maintaining more than 200 varieties.
Easy Guide to Perennials (Feb., $16.95) by Elizabeth P. Stell features growing information, design tips and advice on renovating an established garden. 20,000 first printing. Ad/promo.
Home Landscaping: Northwest Region (Feb., $19.95) by Roger Holmes and Don Marshall shows a range of tasks, from plant selection and care to building walks, walls and fences. 20,000 first printing. Ad/promo.
Herbs: The Complete Gardener’s Guide (Dec., $24.95) by Patrick Lima and Turid Forsyth focuses on aromatic and medicinal plants.
Easy Ikebana: Floral Accents for the Home (Sept., $14.95) by Reiko Takenaka explains how to create arrangements using branches and foliage from the backyard.
(dist. by Trafalgar Square)
Matthew Biggs’s Complete Book of Vegetables: The Practical Sourcebook to Growing, Harvesting and Cooking Vegetables (Sept., $24.95) by Matthew Biggs includes 150 recipes and more than 500 color photos.
Botanica’s Gardening Encyclopedia (Sept., $19.95) by Botanica editors covers all aspects.
MEREDITH/BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS
Better Homes and Gardens Container Gardens (Sept., $16.95) offers DIY projects and plant recommendations for creating gardens in even the smallest space. 50,000 first printing.
Insect, Disease, and Weed I.D. (Nov., $24.95), revised by Linda A. Gilkeson, edited by Jill Jesiolowski Cebenko and Deborah L. Martin, is an updated edition of the classic "pink" book.
You Bet Your Tomatoes! (Feb., $12.95) by Mike McGrath is a witty and practical guide to growing organic tomatoes.
Midwestern Landscaping Book (Jan., $29.95) by Sunset magazine editors offers information and advice based on the climate, soil and topographic challenges of Midwest growing. 40,000 first printing. $50,000 ad/promo.
Landscaping with Ornamental Grasses (Jan., $14.95) by Sunset editors describes how to integrate grasses in situations ranging from woodland to desert. 40,000 first printing. $50,000 ad/promo.
Beyond the Rose Garden: New Ways to Design with Roses (Feb., $27.95) by Jeff Cox. An expert teaches how to incorporate roses into landscapes and gardens.
Reprints: The Gardener’s Guide to Growing Hellebores (Oct., $19.95) by Graham Rice and Elizabeth Strangman
The Year in Trees: Superb Woody Plants for Four-Season Gardens (Sept., $24.95) by Ki E. Tripp and J.C. Raulston.
Garden Talk: Ask Me Anything (Nov., $27.50) by C.Z. Guest compiles gardening advice from more than 25 years of columns.
UNIV. OF WISCONSIN PRESS
Natural Landscaping: Designing with Native Plant Communities (Feb., $24.95) by John Diekelmann and Robert M. Schuster. Back in print, this guide approaches landscaping with natural ecosystems in mind.
The Bountiful Container: How to Create Container Gardens of Vegetables, Herbs, Fruits, and Edible Flowers (Feb., $16.95) by Rose Marie Nichols McGee and Maggie Stuckey is a plant-by-plant guide by two seasoned gardeners. 10-city author tour.
Volume 248 Issue 33 08/13/2001
Fall 2001 Trade Paperbacks: Gardening