BALL PUBLISHING (dist. by IPG)
Wonders of the Winter Landscape: Shrubs and Trees to Brighten the Cold-Weather Garden (Oct., $24.95) by Vincent A. Simeone, photos by Bruce Curtis, captures the beauty of gardens in winter.
KYLE CATHIE (dist. by Trafalgar Square)
Thoughts on Garden Design: Inspiration, Style, Structure, Color, Planting (Sept., $35) by Marylyn Abbott encourages gardeners with design ideas and photographs that showcase Abbott's style.
DUKE UNIV. PRESS
Montrose: Life in a Garden (Oct., $34.95) by Nancy Goodwin, illus. by Ippy Patterson, is a month-by-month account of the author's garden in Hillsborough, N.C.
The Welcoming Garden: Designing Your Own Front Garden (Jan., $29.95) by Gordon Hayward offers ideas for creating inviting front yards.
P. Allen Smith's Color for the Garden: Creating the Color Scheme for Your Garden (Feb., $32.50) by P. Allen Smith demonstrates how to transform gardens into living works of art.
Practical Science for Gardeners (Aug., $24.95) by Mary Pratt identifies what plants need to survive.
Flora's Orchids (Sept., $59.95) by Ned Nash and Isobyl La Croix. This slipcased volume is a reference to more than 1,500 orchids, with photos of each.
Planting Design: Gardens in Time and Space (Oct., $34.95) by Piet Oudolf and Noël Kingsbury uses superimposed images to show the growth of a landscape.
Irises: A Gardener's Encyclopedia (Oct., $49.95) by Claire Austin contains more than 1,100 color photos.
The Art of the Japanese Garden (Sept., $40) by Michiko Young and David Young showcases 25 Japanese gardens.
UNIV. OF MASSACHUSETTS PRESS
Henry Shaw's Victorian Landscapes: The Missouri Botanical Garden and Tower Grove Park (Oct., $39.95) by Carol Grove is an illustrated history of the St. Louis garden and park.