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Beautifully illustrated cards with line drawings of flowers, plants, animals, and garden scenes printed on sturdy ivory card stock. They are 5½” x 4¼” and come in sets of 6 with envelopes
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The Potted Herb
Our Price: 9.95
Building Stone Walls
Our Price: 11.95
By Abbie Zabar. Filled with engaging text and charming drawings, this is an award-winning classic guide to growing herbs. The Potted Herb has information on 22  varieties of herbs suitable for containers gardening, instructions for creating herb wreaths, topiary and other projects, and recipes for preparing delicious dishes flavored with herbs. Soft cover. 104 pages. This two CD set contain a generous offering of the wonderful gardening stories found in the quarterly publication “Greenprints - the Weeders Digest”. The stories are performed by Pat and Becky Stone and will make you laugh while confirming the joys and trials of gardening.
Greenprints Companion Vol. 1: A Bounty of Friends Classic Greenprints stories including warm memories of “Burning of the Leaves”; a wife’s hysterical plant-shopping trip entiltle “Don’t Worry Dear”; a wonderful “Garden Meditation” comparing friends to plants, plus poems, quotes and even some songs! 17 tracks in all.
Greenprints Companion Vol. 2: Good Will Gardening
More GreenPrints Greats, including the hilarious Greek oracle’s answer to “Why Did My Plant Die?”; the tender tale “I’ll Plant Patience”; “New Year’s Resolution”; ”The Most Important Tool” (it’ll surprise you); and more 13 tracks
Stone wall expert John Vivian tells you all you need to know to build a handsome and durable stone wall. The book explains and demonstrates with clearly detailed drawings how to move massive rocks safely, how to employ simple tools to split stones, and how to construct gates, stiles and stone fences. A fine gift for anyone who owns more than 500 square feet of land. 108 pages, 6" x 9", over 70 illustrations, photographs and diagrams.
Deerproofing your Yard and Garden Book Earthopoly Board Game
Solving Weed Problems
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Earth-opoply
Our Price: 14.95
Author, editor and Master Gardener, Rhonda Massingham Hart offers many methods to help us deerproof our landscape. In this resource book she gives us a thorough understanding of animal’s behavior. Then she gives suggestions for surefire plants deer truly hate. She also gives information on homemade and store-bought deterrents that really work. Deer fencing and netting options are discussed and actual landscaping options that might deter deer entry. This book gives many strategies that the reader can choose from that apply to their particular deer problem. Peter Loewer, author and illustrator of The Wild Gardener and 30 other beautiful and informative gardening books gives the gardener an elegantly illustrated handbook. It helps gardeners identify the weeds they have and how to eliminate them. Mr. Loewer gives important facts on the pollination and germination of weed seeds. One needs to know how they got there and why they continue to survive in order to eradicate them. He also tells us how to effectively use herbicides (chemical and organic), when to call the extension service and when just plain hard work will do the trick. This is a book every gardener should have in his or her reference library. An green property trading game that will grow on you! Players buy reefs, deserts, concrete jungles, forest, collect carbon credits and trade them for clean air.So step away from your TV and computer, choose a token (pieces of stone, wood, shell) and advance to Go Green!. Soon you may be loading your backpack and heading to the Friendly Forest... or you may be sent to the DUMP.  Ages 8 to adult.
Guy Wolff's Book: Guy Wolff: Master Potter in the Garden Deerproofing your Yard and Garden Book A Year In My Rose Garden Book
A signed copy of Guy Wolff's book: Guy Wolff: Master Potter in the Garden.

If you mention Guy Wolff to a serious gardener, that gardener will almost certainly admit to either owning a Guy Wolff flowerpot or coveting one.

Wolff is probably the best-known potter working in the United States today. In gardening circles, he is a highly revered horticultural icon; His work also appeals to lovers of design and fine arts: visit the personal gardens of landscape designers, and you will see Guy Wolff pots. Step inside the gates of estate gardens, and you will see Guy Wolff pots. Yet he is a potter’s potter. He’s a big ware thrower, a skill few have today. He thinks deeply about what he calls the architecture of pots and the importance of handmade objects in our lives.

Whether you are a longtime collector of Wolff’s pots, anxious to buy your first one, or simply intrigued by the beauty and practicality of hand-crafted goods in our fast-paced era, you’ll want to add his illustrated and signed book to your collection.

Guy signing books for Garden Talk Catalog.

A Year in My Rose Garden is about Teresa Mosher's personal journey and what she has learned and do each month in her rose garden. It’s filled with very helpful rose caring information, photos, information on ordering roses, a list of tools and supplies, books recommendations, rose terms, Teresa's favorite roses and much more. It's a great month to month guide. Makes a great gift for the rose lover or gardener.

About the Author

Teresa Mosher is one of the leading Garden and Rose Consultants in New England. Her passion for flowers, especially roses started as a child when her dad would start seedlings and plant them in the family garden every spring. Even though he worked long hours, he took the time to care for and grow fruits, vegetables and flowers, teaching his family important life lessons in the process. The garden became a place to relax and enjoy life where she and her dad felt most at peace. A native of Methuen, Massachusetts, Teresa has raised two sons with her husband of 36 years. She is currently the President of the prestigious New England Rose Society and spends her free time as a Horticulture Rose Judge and Consulting Rosarian for the American Rose Society. An author and owner of Purple Roses Publishing, Teresa love for flowers also drives her to volunteer, consult and teach others to care for them year-round. She truly enjoys sharing her knowledge and passion for gardening with others. Experience: Over 30 years as an avid gardener for her three-quarters of an acre home in Methuen, Massachusetts, Cares for and maintains 40 flower beds, over 250 Roses, over 2000 perennials, shrubs and trees in her garden. Served as a past Judge in Floral Design and Horticulture for the Massachusetts Garden Federation, Designed and maintained gardens in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Certifications/Awards: Master Landscape Consultant - Massachusetts Garden Federation, Master Garden Design Consultant - Massachusetts Garden Federation, Consulting Rosarian - American Rose Society, Horticulture Judge - American Rose Society, Bronze Honor Medal for Outstanding Service, 2012 - American Rose Society, Outstanding Horticulture Judge, 2016 - Yankee District, American Rose Society Positions Held: President of the New England Rose Society - 2012-present, Horticulture Rose Judge American Rose Society, Consulting Rosarian American Rose Society, New England Rose Society Vice President - 2011-2012. Member of: Various Garden Clubs Committees, Hybridizers Rose Association, Heritage Rose Foundation, Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Life member of National Garden Club, Garden Study Council and Landscape Design Council.

A Year in My Rose Garden is about Teresa Mosher's personal journey and what she has learned and do each month in her rose garden. It’s filled with very helpful rose caring information, photos, information on ordering roses, a list of tools and supplies, books recommendations, rose terms, Teresa's favorite roses and much more. It's a great month to month guide. Makes a great gift for the rose lover or gardener.

Comes packaged with 6 Rose Notecards & Envelopes. Notecards are blank on the inside.

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About the Author

Teresa Mosher is one of the leading Garden and Rose Consultants in New England. Her passion for flowers, especially roses started as a child when her dad would start seedlings and plant them in the family garden every spring. Even though he worked long hours, he took the time to care for and grow fruits, vegetables and flowers, teaching his family important life lessons in the process. The garden became a place to relax and enjoy life where she and her dad felt most at peace. A native of Methuen, Massachusetts, Teresa has raised two sons with her husband of 36 years. She is currently the President of the prestigious New England Rose Society and spends her free time as a Horticulture Rose Judge and Consulting Rosarian for the American Rose Society. An author and owner of Purple Roses Publishing, Teresa love for flowers also drives her to volunteer, consult and teach others to care for them year-round. She truly enjoys sharing her knowledge and passion for gardening with others. Experience: Over 30 years as an avid gardener for her three-quarters of an acre home in Methuen, Massachusetts, Cares for and maintains 40 flower beds, over 250 Roses, over 2000 perennials, shrubs and trees in her garden. Served as a past Judge in Floral Design and Horticulture for the Massachusetts Garden Federation, Designed and maintained gardens in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Certifications/Awards: Master Landscape Consultant - Massachusetts Garden Federation, Master Garden Design Consultant - Massachusetts Garden Federation, Consulting Rosarian - American Rose Society, Horticulture Judge - American Rose Society, Bronze Honor Medal for Outstanding Service, 2012 - American Rose Society, Outstanding Horticulture Judge, 2016 - Yankee District, American Rose Society Positions Held: President of the New England Rose Society - 2012-present, Horticulture Rose Judge American Rose Society, Consulting Rosarian American Rose Society, New England Rose Society Vice President - 2011-2012. Member of: Various Garden Clubs Committees, Hybridizers Rose Association, Heritage Rose Foundation, Massachusetts Horticultural Society, Life member of National Garden Club, Garden Study Council and Landscape Design Council.