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  1. Diane Matthews It is concluded that interplanting may influence insect populations. However, some insects may not be repelled by interplantings but may in fact be attracted to them. It must not be assumed that because a plant species smells aromatic to humans that it will be effective in pest control....
  2. Cathy Cromell et al Everything you need to know to grow fresh, tasty vegetables, fragrant herbs, and colorful flowers is included in Desert Gardening for Beginners. The authors, all life-long gardeners, have tralated the most current horticultural information from University of Arizona researchers into...
  3. Maggie Stuckey, Rose Marie Nichols McGee Clear and easy directions.Vegetables for every season: 21 varieties of beans, including favas and haricots verts; peppers from sweet orange Valencias to fiery Thai Dragons (scorchers at 60,000 Scoville units); dwarf eggplants; fingerling potatoes; 17 terrific tomatoes; lettuces; and Asian greens...
  4. Better Homes and Garden A Guide to growing chemical-free flowers, vegetables, and herbs.
  5. Richard E. Nicholls This updated edition of the classic guide to hydroponics provides a thorough introduction to soilless gardening for beginners and home gardeners. The science, history, and mechanics of hydroponics and aquaponics Basic and experimental methods of hydroponic gardening (including water culture,...
  6. Michel Fanton & Jude Fanton The founders of Australia's Seed Savers' Network show how gardeners can protect the global food heritage - and eat it too. The seeds and growth cycles of 117 vegetables, culinary herbs and edible flowers are described in detail. The book begins with eight chapters on the issues around seeds...
  7. Renee Shepherd et al This book includes almost three hundred recipes for a great variety of vegetables, fragrant herbs and edible flowers.
  8. Andrew W. Lee Discover how easy and profitable it is to grow and sell vegetables, fruits, flowers, herbs and small livestock from your own Backyard Market Garden.
  9. Xerces Society The first simple step toward protecting our pollinators is to provide the flowers they need, using no pesticides. With abundant native wildflowers, your task is even simpler: don't mow them down! This field guide identifies the plants that honey bees and native bees- as well as butterflies,...
  10. Jeff Cox A guide to organic gardening features comprehensive coverage of chemical-free gardening techniques, chapters on planning and planting, easy-to-use hints and tips, and information on growing herbs, vegetables, fruits, flowers, trees, shrubs, and more. Organic Gardening Main.