1. Designing an Organic Garden
  2. Organic Prevention and Management of Powdery Mildew on Plants
  3. RHS ranking reveals pests and diseases rife in UK gardens
  4. How to Grow Organic Medical Marijuana at Home
  5. Are organically-produced raw vegetables any better than those produced in the traditional ways? [NO!]

  1. The 50 Mile Bouquet:
  2. A Handbook of Medicinal Plants: A Complete Source Book
  3. Beginner Gardening for Canada
  4. Vegetable Gardening for British Columbia
  5. Incredible Edibles: 43 Fun Things to Grow in the City

  1. Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guide to
    ORGANIC PEST AND DISEASE CONTROL: How to Grow a Healthy Problem-Free Garden
    by Barbara Ellis
  2. Taylor's Weekend Gardening Guide to
    The Complete Guide to Organic Low-Maintenance Lawns by Barbara Ellis
    Controlling Garden Pests Organically by Rhonda Massingham Hart
    The Indispensable Resource for Every Gardener edited by Fern Marshall Bradley & Barbara Ellis
    A Master Manual of Tools & Techniques for Home & Market Gardener Revised by Eliot Coleman fwd by Paul Hawken

  1. Mike's Garden Guide
  2. Greenwood Nursery
  3. Seed Company -
  4. John and Bobs Organic Soil Conditioners
  5. The Daily Gardener

  1. annuals/perenials
  1. RE: problems with bugbane
  2. Compost Contamination
  3. RE: Mold on soil?
  4. RE: Is Miracle-Gro safe to use near a lake?
  5. RE: Is Miracle-Gro safe to use near a lake?


Bookshelf: Gardens in Art, Literature & Other Writings:

Loves Me, Loves Me Not
Ever since Victorian times, flowers have allowed us to express ourselves without uttering a single word. With intriguing stories and stunning full-color illustration, Loves Me, Loves Me Not (Cool Springs Press, $12.99) introduces readers to well-known flowers that have been conveying messages for centuries.

Author and artist Peter Loewer explores the fascinating history of floral messages. Each page digs deep into the intriguing world of plant lore with unexpected historical connections and the simple beauty of color illustrations that re-introduce us to fifty flowers in a unique way.

In the words of Peter Loewer: “The language of flowers is a delightful idea. In the world of cell phones and mass communications, sending a simple bouquet that tells a tale of love and affection seems to be a great idea whose time has come again.” Did you know you could use a flower to show patriotism? Express loyalty? Signal retaliation? Who needs email when a flower can say:

- Thinking of You (Pansy)

- You're making the right choice (Lily of the Valley)

- You Are Lovely (Gardenia)

- Love that conquers all (Daisy)

Loves Me, Loves Me Not shows how to express yourself in an unforgettable fashion with the hidden language of flowers:

- Confess unrequited love with a daffodil.

- Show happiness with primroses.

- Make your declaration of love. Not with a rose-but with a tulip!

Loves Me, Loves Me Not is the perfect gift for everyone who loves flowers. ### About the author:

Peter Loewer’s extensive background in horticulture, the biological sciences and art history is demonstrated in the over 30 books he has written on gardening, native plants, wildflowers, and the natural sciences. Most recently he authored Native Perennials for the Southeast. His book The Wild Gardener (1991) was selected as one of the American Horticultural Society's top 75 gardening books of the 20th century. He has contributed to numerous magazines and newspapers and hosts The Wild Gardener radio show on public radio.

About Cool Springs Press: Cool Springs Press is a leading publisher of regional and national gardening books from recognized experts who inform and inspire gardeners to create beautiful spaces in their home and garden.

Loves Me, Loves Me Not (ISBN –13:978-1-59186-298-7) is now available from Cool Springs Press.

Author : Peter Loewer
ISBN : 139781591862987
Publisher : Cool Springs Press
Sugg. Retail Price : $12.99
Available in Softcover

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