ALLISON & BUSBY (dist. by IPM)
View from a Shed (Sept., $15.95) by Michael Wale. A British sports anchor tells of a year spent tending to a London community garden.
BROOKLYN BOTANIC GARDEN (dist. by Sterling)
Native Alternatives to Invasive Plants (Sept., $9.95) by C. Colston Burrell explains how to find and destroy the top 100 least welcome perennials, grasses, shrubs and trees.
Food, Not Lawns: How to Turn Your Yard into a Garden and Your Neighborhood into a Community (Oct., $30) by Heather C. Flores inspires readers to apply the principles of the paradise garden to all aspects of life.
Complete Home Gardening (Dec., $24.95) by Miranda Smith shows both novices and experienced gardeners how to grow flowers, vegetables and more with less effort and better results.
100 Orchids for Florida (Oct., $16.95) by Jack Kramer demonstrates how to grow these flowers, which thrive in Florida’s subtropical environment.
SILVERLEAF PRESS (dist. by IPG)
The 5-Minute Gardener: How to Plan, Create, and Sustain a Low-Maintenance Garden (Feb., $15.95) by Brenda Little recommends easy-to-follow strategies.
Down & Dirty (Jan.; $19.95, cloth, $30) by Ellen Zachos combines irreverence and horticulture to cover all aspects of the new, hip gardening style.
The Organic Lawn Care Manual (Feb.; $19.95, cloth $29.95) by Paul Tukey urges readers to think of their lawns as places to enjoy, not merely maintain.
The Essential Garden Maintenance Workbook (Sept., $34.95 by Rosemary Alexander allows gardeners of all levels to confidently tackle wide-ranging maintenance tasks and develop new skills.