Seasons and Special Occasions
Here are some gift ideas that would appeal to gardeners.
Quilting Books for Gardeners
Gardeners who quilt will be thrilled with the new Love to Quilt series from American Quilter's Society. The series includes 24 booklets, many of which feature garden themes.
2008 Calendars and Almanacs for Gardeners
Calendars and almanacs make great gardening gifts. Here are some that will be of interest.
2010 Almanacs and Garden Planners
With the year drawing to a close, it's time to think about buying calendars and almanacs.
2011 Almanac and Calendar Reviews
Llewellyn is a leading publisher of almanacs and calendars. Some of these will have special appeal for gardeners.
2011 Garden Calendar Reviews
Before the holiday rush begins, buy your 2011 garden calendars now. Purchase some extras for holiday gifts.
2013 Garden Wrap-Up
The garden is pretty much cleaned up, and the spring bulbs are plants. I'm almost ready for winter.
2014 Almanacs and Calendars for Gardeners
Beat the holiday rush and shop early for those almanacs and calendars. These make great gifts for gardeners. Keep extras around for hostess gifts during the holiday season.
A New Garden Season
Certain colors are traditionally associated with each of the seasons. Fall has always been thought of as the harvest season,and the colors of autumn reflect that.
A New Garden Season Awaits
As the garden season comes to an end, this is a good time to consider changes you want to make in the landscape and garden for next year.
A Review of the 2013 Gardening Season
Now that the 2013 gardening season is behind us, I will remember it as one of the wettest on record for western North Carolina. All in all, things weren't ideal. Yet, I enjoyed months of reliable color and beauty.
A Traditional Christmas Tree
A real Christmas tree beats an artificial one hands down whether you buy a cut tree or a live tree to plant in the landscape after Christmas.
Additional Quilting Books Gardeners will Love
The following quilt books are part of the American Quilter's Society's series, called Love to Quilt. Many of these feature quilts with garden-related themes that will appeal to gardeners.
Adornments for Holiday Wreaths and Greenery
Simplify your holiday decorating by purchasing ready made wreaths and garlands, and adding your own finishing touches.
Affordable Gardening Gifts
Choose affordable gifts that enrich the gardener's life throughout the year.
Affordable Holiday Gifts for 2006
Withthe cost of so many things going up in 2006, it´s nice to know there are still affordable, tasteful holiday gifts. Here are some ideas for the holiday season.
All Hallow's Eve or Halloween
Whatever you choose to call this holiday, it´s become a fun-filled time. A recent survey found that over 60% of people plan to celebrate. On the average, each consumer is expected to spend around $45.
All-Occasion Gifts for Gardeners
For those special occasions throughout the year choose inspiring and practical garden gifts.
Arm Chair Travel for Gardeners
My favorite time for travel is normally the spring and fall. During those periods, temperatures tend to be comfortable and lots of things are in bloom.
Banish the Late Winter Blahs
The weeks of late winter seem to just drag on. This can be especially trying for gardeners. We´re eager to get started on those landscaping projects. Meanwhile, here are some tips on weathering the winter blahs.
Banish Winter Blahs
The winter blahs aren´t inevitable. Gardeners can find a number of ways to cope.
Bat Face Cuphea
In 2020, I grew a number of different kinds of cupheas. These included bat face cuphea.
Beauty of Christmas Greenery
Displays of Christmas greenery are an integral part of the holiday season. These arrangements can be used indoors and out.
Best Seller Bedding Plants for 2020
A survey by USDA revealed the best selling annual bedding plants for 2020. These are petunias, geraniums, pansies, and begonias.
Black Pearl and Black Olive Ornamental Peppers
Black Pearl and Black Olive are two outstanding award winning ornamental pepper varieties with dark foliage.
Books for Holiday Gifts
Gardeners love to receive books on all kinds of garden-related topics. Here are reviews of some recommended titles.
Books for Holiday Giving
For many people on your shopping list, the perfect gift may be a book on their favorite subject. When choosing a book, it is easy enough to find that special title of interest. And matching the book's price to your budjet isn't really a problem.
Books for Orchid Lovers
Orchids have become very trendy plants in recent years. So here are some gift books that would be great holiday gifts for gardeners.
Broadleaf Evergreens for Holiday Decorations
Add a natural touch to your holiday decorating scheme with fresh greenery. A number of broadleaf evergreen plants are suitable for holiday decorations.
Bulbs for Warm Climates
Low chill or no chill bulbs are suited to warm climates where most spring flowering bulbs can't thrive. Examples include the paper whites and certain tulips.
Celebrate With Holiday Plants
Nothing says Christmas like the pungent smell of pine resin. But quite a few flowering plants are also associated with the holidays. Depending on the species, these can be used indoors or outdoors for seasonal interest.
Celebrating Home Book Review
Decorating shouldn´t be reserved for Christmas. Whatever the occasion, "Celebrating Home" is the essential guide to seasonal and holiday decorating.
Chase Away the Winter Blahs
You don't have to put up with the winter blahs. Here are some things that can help chase them away.
Chinese and Black Hungarian Ornamental Peppers
Chinese, Black Hungarian and Mohawk peppers are some highly recommended varieties for the home garden.
Chocolate in England and the U.S.
The English were able to enjoy chocolate decades before it was manufactured in the U.S.
Chocolate in Europe
Chocolate has been around in Europe for over 400 years. It first reached the Spanish.
Choosing a Christmas Tree
When it comes to choosing a real Christmas trees, you'll find there are many kinds available. Some of these are available as live trees that you can plant in the landscape after the holiday.
Choosing Gift Plants
Gift plants are suitable for most any occasion. They make especially good holiday gifts.
The winter holidays may look different this year, but there will still be observances of Christmas, Kwanza, and others.
Christmas Garden Book Reviews 2009
With holiday shopping in full swing, here are some recommended books for those gardeners on your holiday shopping list.
Christmas Greenery among Early Christians
The early Christian church authorities sought to suppress the use of Christmas greenery but later lifted the ban.
Christmas Greenery History and Use
Christmas greenery use in Europe pre-dates the arrival of Christianity.
Christmas Rose or Black Hellebore
Christmas rose was a popular plant for the Christmas season.
Conifers can be relied on to bring four seasons of interest.
Czech Black and Rooster Spur Peppers
Czech Black pepper and Rooster Spur pepper are two highly recommended heirloom pepper varieties. Aurora ornamental pepper is also an outstanding plant.
Daffodils in Ancient Times
Daffodils symbolized self love and the underworld in ancient times.
Daffodils in Late European History
The tulips appear to dominate garden history in Europe partly due to tulipmania. However, in fact the daffodils have played a rich role in European garden history.
Decorating for the Holidays
There is any number of ways to decorate for the holidays using greenery and other plant material from the garden.
Decorating for the Holidays
Holiday plants play a crucial role during Christmas. Gardeners can find many ways to use the plants as well as their images as part of their holiday decorating scheme.
Early Christmas Shopping
The dog days of summer offer a good opportunity to start those garden craft projects you want to use for holiday gifts and shop for early gardening related gifts.
Early Christmas Tree History
The use of Christmas trees is an ancient one. It dates back to ancient times
Fall Gardening Chores
Fall is a busy time for the landscape. It´s one of the best times for planting in many areas.
Fall Gardening Report for 2009
As we enter a new gardening season, this is a good time to take stock and review the gardening year.
Fall is a New Season
Spruce up the landscape for fall. A great place to start is with those container plantings.
Fall is the Best Time for Planting
Though spring is the time we associate with planting our landscapes, fall is really the best of all. The plants get off to a better start than they do in the spring.
Fall Planting of Evergreens
As fall approaches, it will bring cooler temperatures. This means it will be a great time for planting most evergreens. There are fewer heat-related stress problems on transplants during this time. They will need less watering than spring transplanted ones.
Father's Day Gifts
So far as spending is concerned, Mother's Day and Father's Day are about equal. Most people will spend around $100 for gifts.
Flowering Plants for Christmas
A number of flowering pot plants are available during the holiday seasons. They're mostly used for indoor displays unless hardy species are selected.
Flowers for Fall
Something old or something new. Which do you prefer when it comes to fall-blooming plants? Some like the old reliables, the tried and the true ones. Among these would be the mums, pansies, ornamental cabbage and kale, and a few others.
Frankincense Tree and its Use
Frankincense is one of the plants that are honored at Christmas.
Garden Activities for Fall
Fall is finally here, bringing a new season to the garden.
Garden Books for Your Holiday Shopping List
This year simplify your holiday shopping by giving garden books as gifts. Here are some recommended titles.
Garden Catalog 2020 Roundup
Here is a look at additional garden catalogs with special items of interest.
Garden Catalog Spring 2019--White Flower Farm
Although White Flower Farm is probably best known for its perennials, the catalog offers so much more than that.
Garden Catalogs 2019--Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
Gardeners will be delighted with Baker Creek's free shipping for all orders in North America. The catalog features seeds, plants, bulbs, books, and gardening supplies.
Garden Catalogs 2019--Bluestone Perennials
The Bluestone Perennials catalog lists so much more than just perennials for the company also sells trees and shrubs as well.
Garden Catalogs 2019--Burpee
Burpees catalog is bound to please every gardener for there is something to suit every gardening interest.
Garden Catalogs 2019--ChilePlants.com
The Chile Pepper catalog is a must have for gardeners who are serious about chiles and peppers.
Garden Catalogs 2019--Fedco Seeds and Supplies
The Fedco seed catalog is truly one of my favorites. They also have a tree and plant catalog with the deadline placing orders from that catalog being March 1, 2019.
Garden Catalogs 2019--Fedco Trees
Orders from the Fedco Trees catalog must be placed by March 1, 2019. In addition to trees, this offers so many other kinds of plants--both edibles and ornamentals.
Garden Catalogs 2019--Johnny's Selected Seeds
Johnny's catalog is a must have for novice gardeners.
Garden Catalogs 2019--Park Seed
Anyone who is serious about gardening will find the Park Seed catalog a must have. This big catalog with nearly 150 pages has something of interest to every gardener.
Garden Catalogs 2019--Stokes Seeds
The Stokes Seed catalog 2019 is especially useful for novice gardeners because it features detailed instructions on growing plants from seed along with many fine varieties of fruits, vegetables, herbs, and flowers of all sorts.
Garden Catalogs 2019--Territorial Seed
Territorial Seed is a great source of seeds and plants as well as gardening supplies.
Garden Catalogs 2019--Tomato Growers Supply Co.
The Tomato Growers Supply Co.'s 2019 catalog features so much more than just tomatoes. The company also sells seeds of other edible crops along with gardening supplies.
Garden Catalogs 2019--Twilley Seeds
Twilley is a great source of seeds for both home gardeners and farmers. They sell treated and untreated seeds.
Garden Catalogs 2020
The garden catalogs have been arriving since December or so. Here are some highlights that I noticed in checking out the catalogs.
Garden Catalogs 2021--Jung Seeds and Plants
Gardeners will find about everything they need for the garden in the Jung Seeds and Plants 2021 catalog.
Garden Catalogs 2021--Kitchen Garden Seeds
The John Scheepers Kitchen Garden Seeds catalog is the perfect choice for tose gardeners with edible gardens.
Garden Catalogs 2021--Seeds n Such
Gardeners will find all sorts of treasures in the 2021 Seeds n Such catalog.
Garden Catalogs 2021--Territorial Seed
The Territorial Seed catalog is one of my favorites. It is really hard to beat.
Garden Catalogs 2021--White Flower Farm
When it comes to ornamentals, it is hard to beat White Flower Farm. They have choices for every situation and season.
Garden Catalogs Winter 2018--Raintree Nursery
The Raintree Nursery catalog is a must have for those wishing to grow fruit trees, berries, and other edibles.
Garden Catalogs--Logees Early Spring 2019
Logee's specializes in novel and exciting new plants in almost all categories. They have plants suitable for landscapes, patios, sunrooms, and indoors.
Garden Kits for Holiday Gifts 2009
For those gardeners on your shopping list, garden kits are a great gardening gift idea. There's one to suit every taste and interest.
Garden Quilt Books
Any time of the year is great for starting those garden quilt projects. Here are some books that will inspire gardeners.
Garden Travel Books
Though the dog days of summer aren´t a great time for gardening, this is a perfect opportunity to begin planning those fall garden tours. Here are some books that will help.
Garden Wrap-up for 2019
Fall is in sight, so this is a good time to review the 2019 gardening season.
Gardening Books Cure Winter Blahs
The hours fly when I'm reading a gardening magazine or a good gardening book. These are perfect cures for the late winter blahs.
Gardening Catalogs 2019--Jungs
Now that the gloom of January is upon us, gardening catalogs will come to rescue us from the winter doldrums. Here are some highlights from the 2019 Jungs catalog.
With weeks to go before Christmas, now is the time to begin shopping for those gardening gifts. Gardeners prefer useful items, such as the following.
Gardening Gifts for 2009
For the 2009 holiday season give gardeners practical holiday gifts they can use.
Gardening Gifts for 2012
Simplify your holiday shopping with these gift ideas for gardeners.
Gardening Gifts for Mother's Day 2008
Show your mom you care with very special gardening gifts.
Gardening Kits as Holiday Gifts
When it comes to gift ideas for gardeners, gardening kits are always a great choice. There is one to fit every budget and interest.
Garlands and Wreaths History
Garlands and wreaths have been around for thousands of years.
Geranium and Cheerfulness Daffodils
Geranium and Cheerfulness daffodils are some very reliable heirloom varieties. These deserve a place in the garden.
Get Organized for Gardening
The cooler weather of fall renews our spirits. Fall is a perfect time to get organized and accomplish those unfinished garden projects.
Getting Ready for Spring
Weeks before the last frost of the spring, I´m eager to get things planted. Yet I don´t feel safe in refurbishing the whole landscape with new bedding plants and the like. The solution is to get all the windowboxes and container gardens ready to go.
Gift Basket Book Review
With Mother´s day coming soon, this is an excellent time to begin setting aside gardening items for a gift basket for your mom. Now there´s a book that will help you create a perfect gift.
Gift Books for Bird Lovers
Gardening and bird watching go together like peanut butter and jelly. So here are some bird books for those bird lovers on your holiday shopping list.
Gift Books for Gardeners
There are all kinds of gifts that gardeners would love to receive. Here are reviews of some highly recommended books and publications.
Gift Ideas for Gardeners 2009
Give gardeners items that they can use throughout the year. Here are some ideas.
Gift Ideas for Mother's Day
With Mother´s day being one of the most important holidays of the year, here are some gift ideas.
Gifts for Gardeners 2006
For 2006, it´s easier than ever to find suitable gifts for gardeners. Gardening kits like the one described below are ideal.
Gifts for Gardeners 2007
Shopping for gardening gifts is so easy. These folks like practical and inspirational items.
Gifts for Mother's Day
Now´s the time to begin thinking about those gifts for Mother´s Day. In 2004, consumers spent around $100 with over a third of that going towards flowers and plants.
Gifts from the Garden 2009
Gifts from the garden are meaningful. They show you care.
Green Holidays Book Review
There's a wonderful new green living holiday guide from Chronicle Books.
Growing Cacao or Chocolate Tree
The cacao or chocolate tree is of tropical origin.
Growing Mistletoe and its Toxicity
It is possible to plant mistletoe. This is regarded as a toxic plant.
Growing the Christmas Rose
Christmas rose is also known as black hellebore, This perennial is hardy to zone three.
Hand Crafted Gifts for Gardeners
If you want to give something different to those gardeners on your holiday shopping list, create one-of-a-kind gifts. Here are some craft books featuring projects with floral and gardening motifs.
Handcrafted Holiday Gifts
Give the gift of gardening by creating handcrafted holiday gifts with garden themes for those on your shopping list.
When you´re seeking shelter from the heat and humidity of dog days, begin creating handmade holiday gifts for loved ones.
Handmade Gifts for Gardeners
All sorts of garden craft techniques can be used to create unique holiday gifts for gardeners.
Hassle-Free Holiday Decorating
The holiday season is hectic enough, so why not choose a simple and easy approach to holiday decorating?
Hinkelhatz and Bolivian Rainbow Ornamental Peppers
Hinkelhatz and Bolivian Rainbow ornamental peppers are two wonderful heirloom varieties. These are highly recommended.
History and Lore of Holly
Holly has been endowed with a rich history over the years. particularly among the pagans and early Christians.
History and Use of Myrrh
Frankincense and myrrh are rather inseparable in their history and use as a Christmas plant.
History of Christmas Tree in Europe and England
The origins of the modern Christmas tree began during the 16th century.
History of Some Small/Minor Bulbs
The history of the small/minor hardy bulbs receive much less attention than that of the tulips with their tulipomania.
History of the Cacao or Chocolate Tree
Cacao was apparently used by the Mayans about two thousand years ago in Mexico and Central America.
History of the Yule Log
The Yule log was likely a pagan custom adopted by the early Christians.
History of Tulips
Most tulips are native to Asia. They are widely grown in the West.
Holiday Gift Books for Gardeners
There are so many garden books that are suitable as holiday gifts. Here are just a few titles to consider for that gardener on your list.
Holiday Decorating Book Reviews
For those needing ideas for holiday decorating this year, here are some wonderful books from Oxmoor House that will make it so easy.
Holiday Decorating for Gardeners 2009
There are many ways to decorate for the holidays. Nothing beats the beauty of plants and decorations made with plant materials.
Holiday Decorations Indoors and Outdoors
Holidays are for our enjoyment. Decorate both indoors and out with all sorts of greenery and garden materials.
Holiday Gift Ideas for Gardeners
Gardeners like useful gifts they can use throughout the yeaer. Herea are some suggestions.
Holiday Gift Ideas for Gardeners
Give gardeners gifts that they can enjoy throughout the year. This can include plants, gardening supplies, and books.
Holiday Gifts for Gardeners
For many people, shopping for holiday gifts is a real chore. Luckily gardeners are very easy to please. There are many handmade and other items they would love to receive.
Holiday Gifts for Gardeners
Gardeners love to receive practical holiday gifts they can use throughout the year. Here are a few ideas.
Holiday Gifts for Gardeners 2018
For most gardeners, practical gifts are by far the best choices.
Holiday Guide Book Review
If you need ideas for holiday decorating, holiday gifts or yummy holiday recipes, "Gooseberry Patch Christmas 10th anniversary has the answer. This hoiday guide was released by Leisure Arts.
Celebrate the holidays in style. Christmas decorations are an important part of that. One quick and easy way to decorat is with holiday plants.
Holiday decorating is easy when you use live plants. There are so many types that add color during the holiday season.
Holiday Plants and Their Stories
During the winter months the landscape is transformed with the use of holiday plants. Here are the stories behind their use.
Holiday Time and Holiday Cheer Ornamental Peppers
Holiday Time and Holiday Cheer ornamental peppers are two varieties that were named All America Selections winners years ago while Numex Easter is a newer addition to the lineup.
Holly Among the Ancients and Early Christians
The idea that holly has special powers is an ancient one. It has been considered sacred since ancient times.
Holly and Ivy
There is a rich folk lore concerning the safe use and disposal of ivy and its rivalry with ivy.
Holly in Britain
English holly plays an important role in Christmas decorations in Britain.
Ideas for Christmas 2019
Amaryllis and other plants associated with the holiday can serve as holiday décor and gifts for gardeners.
Ivy and Its Historical Use
Ivy has long served as a decoration for many kinds of celebrations.
Jump Into Fall
Nothing ever stays the same,and that´s a good thing. By the time we´re weary of the summer heat and humidity, fall is just around the corner.
Landscaping for Winter Interest
With proper planning, our landscapes can provide four seasons of interest. Here are a few tips on planning winter gardens.
Landscaping Related Gifts for Mother's Day
Shopping for Mother´s Day has never been easier. When your mom is a gardener, there are so many suitable gifts.
Late Summer Garden-Related Activities
The dog days of late summer are a trying time for gardeners. Hot, muggy weather makes it hard to keep up on garden chores. So, wait until fall for those big projects. Meanwhile, here are some garden-related activities you can do indoors.
Living Christmas Trees
If you´re tired of cut Christmas trees and can´t bear the sight of artificial ones, try a living Christmas tree.
Looking Ahead to 2020 Gardening Season
Autumn is a good time to look ahead to the new gardening season 2020.
Looking Ahead to the 2018 Gardening Season
As the 2017 gardening season draws to a close, this is a great time to look at the new year ahead.
Looking Ahead to the 2019 Gardening Season
Before the frenzy of the winter holidays begin, now would be a good time to begin planning for the 2019 gardening season.
Masquerade and Candlelight Ornamental Peppers
Masqquerade and Candlelight ornamental peppers and Cayenneta hybrid pepper are highly recommended varieties for the home landscape.
Medusa and Lemon Drop Ornamental Pepper
Medusa and Lemon Drop ornamental peppers are outstanding varieties. Medusa is suitable for growing indoors.
Mistletoe As a Sacred Plant
Mistletoe has long been revered as a sacred plant.
Mistletoe Species and Host Plants
There are numerous species of mistletoe around the world. These have many host plants.
Mistletoe's Ties to Peace and Romance
Mistletoe has long been a symbol of peace and romance.
Mother's Day Gifts for 2010
When moms are gardeners it is so easy to choose appropriate gifts for Mother's Day.
Mother's Day Gifts for 2013
When your mother is a gardener she loves to receive time and labor saving gardening items.
Norfolk Island Pine as a Christmas Tree
The Norfolk Island pine is a living Christmas tree that can be grown as a house plant in cold climates. In warm regions, this is a suitable landscape plant.
Numerous Kinds of Wassail
Wassail has evolved over the years with many kinds of ingredients being added.
Oh! Christmas Tree
For most people the holiday season really begins when they buy their Christmas tree whether it is a cut or a live tree to be planted later in the landscape.
Onyx Red and Chilly Chili Peppers
Onyx Red, Chilly Chili, and Black Hawk are three wonderful varieties of ornamental peppers.
Outstanding Heirloom Daffodils
Quite a few heirloom daffodils are available. These include Yellow Cheerfulness and Flower Record daffodils.
Outstanding Ornamental Peppers
Some outstanding varieties of ornamental peppers are available. These include Cayenne Purple as well as the ones in the Explosive series.
Pheasant's Eye and the Poet's Dafffodils
The pheasant's eye daffodil and the poet's daffodil are heirlooms with similar looking blossoms.
Planning for Spring 2014
Banish those winter blahs by planning for the new gardening season.
Plants for Biblical Gardens
A large number of plant species are suitable for Biblical gardens. Here are some suggestions.
Poinsettia and Numex Twilight Ornamental Peppers
Poinsettia and Numex Twilight ornamental peppers are two gorgeous varieties for the landscape.
Poinsettias-the Ultimate Holiday Plant
Poinsettias bring everything one could want in a Christmas plant.
Power and Rituals of the Yule Log
The Yule log has long been a tradition in the West. Various beliefs and rituals surround the custom.
Raising Buckwheat for Animal Feed
Buckwheat is a worthwhile crop for home gardeners and homesteaders to grow when enough land is available. This is often used as an animal feed.
Red Flowered Heirloom Tulips
Gardeners can choose from many kinds of heirloom tulips. Here are profiles for some red flowered ones.
Rosemary as a Christmas Plant
Of all the plants associated with Christmas, the rosemary is by far my favorite.
Routine Plant Care for Summer
With summer in full swing, it is important to budget enough time for routine care throughout the season.
Seasonal Decorations with Holiday Plants
Christmas is a wonderful time to be a gardener because so many plants are associated with this holiday.
Signs of Spring
Gardeners are ready for spring after a long hard winter.
Small/Minor Heirloom Bulbs
Many kinds of small or minor hardy bulbs have been grown for hundreds of years. These include favorites, such as the English bluebell and the crown imperial.
Some Craft Books for Gardeners
Winter is a trying time for gardeners. Use this opportunity to start those garden-related craft projects. Here are some excellent books.
Some Craft Books with Gardening Projects
Nothing says you care as much as a handmade gift. When someone on your holiday shopping list is a gardener, handmade craft items with garden themes make very good gifts. Here are a few books to get you going.
Some Delightful Ornamental Pepper Varieties
Cappa Top Fruit ornamental pepper, Cheyenne pepper, and Little Elf ornamental peppers are only some of the many varieties that are available to home gardeners.
Some Excellent Garden Gift Books
With the holidays being such a stressful time, simply your gift shopping by giving books. Gardening books make great gifts.
Some Flowers for Cottage Gardens
Many kinds of flowers are suitable for cottage gardens. These include the following.
Some Foolproof Landscape Gifts
If you´re looking for some affordable items to use as last minute gifts, here are some foolproof landscape and garden-related ideas.
Some Gardening Books for Holiday Gifts
Whether you need stocking stuffers or hostess gifts during the holidays for gardeners on your shopping list, books are an excellent choice. Here are some gift books for holiday giving.
Some Gift Books for Gardeners
For those gardeners on your holiday shopping list, consider books on gardening and related subjects. Here are some recommended titles.
Some Gift Books for Gardeners
With the holiday season approaching quickly, here are some gift books that are ideal for gardeners.
Some Gifts for Gardeners
For the most part, gardeners prefer practical holiday gifts. Here are some affordable gifts that won´t break your budget.
Some Gifts for Gardeners
Gardeners like to receive practical and inspiring gifts for the holidays. Here are reviews of some books that are sure to please.
Some Heirloom Parrot Tulips
The parrot tulips are generally quite spectacular as the name implies. These tulips began to appear around 1620 or so.
Some Highly Recommended Ornamental Peppers
Of the many kinds of ornamental pepper varieties that are available, the following are highly recommended.
Some Holiday Gifts for Gardeners
Give heartfelt gifts those gardeners will appreciate. There are suitable ideas whethery they garden indoors or out.
Some Needled Evergreens for Holiday Greenery
The narrow leaved evergreen boughs are a mainstay when it comes to holiday decorating. It doesn't feel like Christmas without a wreath made from these materials.
Some Pastel Heirloom Tulips
When it comes to white or pastel colored tulips, there are many varieties in this color range. Some of those are heirloom tulips.
Some Quilt Books for Gardeners
Garden quilts are eye candy. They bring the beauty of gardens indoors for gardeners to enjoy throughout the year. Here are some inspiring books with garden quilt projects.
Some Rose Colored Heirloom Tulips
Tulips come in about every color in the rainbow. Here are profiles of some heirloom varieties with rose colored blooms.
Some White/Mostly White Daffodils
A number of pure white or mostly white daffodils are readily available. These include the lovely White Lion daffodil.
Some Wonderful Ornamental Pepper Varieties
Fish and Numex Twilight ornamental peppers are two wonderful varieties that will delight home gardeners.
Special Books for Garden Gifts
If you´re looking for a really outstanding holiday gift for that special gardener on your shopping list, here are some suitable books for garden gifts.
Spring is a time of renewal. Before the last frost, we can plant cool season spring-flowering annuals to provide color in the landscape.
Sure Cures for the Winter Blahs
The cloudy, dismal, late winter days seem unusually cold. Seemingly lasting for weeks, they bring on the winter blahs.
Sweet Pickle Pepper and Pumpkin Pepper
Sweet Pickle pepper and the pumpkin pepper are beautiful plants for the landscape.
The Best Season
Fall really can be the best season in the landscape. I prefer it to spring because during the spring there is always such a rush to get everything done. And the vibrant colors of autumn are certainly as enjoyable as the early show of spring flowers.
The Botany and Names of Holly
Holly is often used for Christmas decorations. This plant is known by many common names.
The Cacao or Chocolate Tree
The cacao or chocolate tree originated in South and Central America.
The Christmas Rose
Long associated with Christmas, the Christmas rose isn't really a rose after all. Various folk legends describe its role at Christmas.
The Christmas Tree in America
The Christmas tree was first used in the early 1800s in America by German settlers.
The Herbs and Spices of Christmas
A large number of plants are associated with the holiday season, including some herbs and spices.
The Lodgepole Pine and other Kinds of Christmas Trees
From the lodgepole pine to the white pine, our landscapes offer all sorts of plants that can be used as Christmas trees.
The Modern Christmas Tree History
The modern Christmas tree originated in Germany around four hundred years ago.
The Ornamental Peppers
When passing through the floral department of the supermarket, I am inevitably attracted to the lovely ornamental pepper plants.
The Story of Fall Foliage
The foliage of trees and shrubs begin to change color during the fall from their mostly greens to a range of colors from oranges and reds to golds.
The Use of Mistletoe
Mistletoe is a common decoration during the Christmas season.
The Versatile Pumpkin
Fall wouldn´t be complete without pumpkins. These are one versatile vegetable.
Tiny Samoa and Pretty Purple Ornamental Peppers
Tiny Samoa and Pretty Purple ornamental peppers are two very beautiful varieties for the landscape.
Trifetta and Tricolore Garden Ornamental Peppers
Trifetta, Purple Flash, and Tricolore Garda are all wonderful ornamental peppers for the home garden.
Tulips in Europe
The first tulips arrived in Europe in the 1550s and swept in a new era of gardening history called tulipomania.
Tulips in Turkey and America
The modern history of tulips began in Turkey where they were widely cultivated. In the 1600s they were introduced to America.
Twp Toned Heirloom Tulips
Many kinds of heirloom tulips are available. A number of these have two-toned blossoms. Here are profiles for some of those.
Valentine's Gift for Gardeners
Despite the economic downtown, there are many affordable Valentine´s gifts for gardeners.
Valentine's Gifts 2012
Cut flowers and pot plants are by far the most appropriate Valentine's gifts.
Vermillionaire Cuphea and Mexican Heather
Gardeners can find various kinds of cupheas are available at nurseries and garden centers. Two of my favorites are Vermillionaire cuphea and Mexican heather.
Wassail and its History
One of the customs in the Christmas season is drinking wassail. This has a long and rich history.
Weathering the Dog Days of Summer-Part I
The dog days of summer seem to have arrived early this year. Short of moving to Alaska or other cooler areas, what can we do to keep our sanity? This is Part I of a two-part series.
Weathering the Dog Days of Summer-Part II
This is the final article of a two-part series on weathering the dog days of summer.
Yatsafusa and Super Chile Peppers
Yatsafusa and Super Chile peppers are two outstanding pepper varieties with great ornamental value.
Yellow and Orange Flowered Heirloom Tulips
Gardeners can choose from hundreds of tulip varieties. There are a number of excellent heirloom tulips with yellow and orange blossoms.
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