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  1. The way we currently produce our food is damaging both to ourselves and our planet. There is therefore a need to create gardens, woodlands and farms which are in harmony with nature. Natural ecosystems are good models, but many of the plants they contain are not necessarily edible. What we need...
  2. Information about propagation and cultivation of native species can be hard to come by. Field guides can help you identify a plant, but they don't tell how to grow it. This guidebook tells how to identify, where to use and how to take care of 40 native trees, shrubs, groundcovers and vines. It...
  3. 2015-01-01 Because of Florida's tropical and subtropical climates, it is especially important for the state'sgardeners to incorporate areas that provide refuge from the heat and sun. Yet little is available about how to garden effectively for shade so that the end result is varied, attractive, and...
  4. This book is no longer in print. It discusses native Floridian plants - ferns, palms, wild flowers, shrubs, trees, water plants and vines. A Florida gem.
  5. 2003-01-01 "This beautifully illustrated book is loaded with practical information that professionals and homeowners will find very useful."--Jeffrey G. Norcini, University of Florida "Gil Nelson's book provides a very good selective overview of native plants readily available in the nursery trade that can...